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The Frog Blog. Eco-Talk!
FrogBook.com is a blog that discusses the latest news on the environment, wildlife, animal rights, and science in general; their political and social implications will be deconstructed and debated - hopefully with a degree of frog-humor. Post your comments!
Miss Ellen's Music Books and More for Piano Students!
I created this page for my piano students, (ages 4 & up), but it's for music students everywhere! Easily order piano music books you need-they're pictured so you know you're getting the right one. Music for Little Mozarts,ages 4-6; Alfred's All In One Course for Children; Alfred's Prep Course A-F; Alfred's Piano Solo Books-pop hits of today students love to play; Christmas music-all ages & levels; Faber Piano Adventures Popular Repertoire; Harry Potter music; show tunes; movie music; popular children's songs; pop music; beginner classical; rock; blues; band music; sheet music search & more.
The mission of Digital Tutor is to create an online repository of resources for parents,teachers and educators.The vision of Digital Tutor is to create a community where people can come together to help each other and their children get through the day to day trials and tribulations of the current academic environment.The value of Digital Tutor is in the time saved by having all resources in one place and having a support system available at the times when it is needed the most.
Integer Jim's Math Squad
Tons of creative ideas and lesson materials for teachers looking for adventure projects to help motivate students. This site is maintained by an award-winning teacher in a Christian school.
Garner Rix and the Royalton Raid - 1780
Garner Rix was 12 when he moved with his family from a farm in Connecticut to a log cabin on the banks of the White River. Captured during the Royalton Raid he was taken to Montreal and sold to a French woman who kept him safe until he could walk home a year later. Learn of his life and times.
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