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Review Excerpt: Available as a Flash website or as an app, and designed specifically to deliver free curriculum with the side benefit of building an email list of schools for the publisher,  ...
Review Excerpt: Roblox is both an online community for kids ages 8-16 and a set of game generation tools. The Roblox site (www.roblox.com) contains a collection of home-made games that ...
Review Excerpt: Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum https://www.rijksmuseum.nl is a free, online archive of 125,000 high resolution images. Each image gives you the ability to zoom in, making ...
Review excerpt: Scoot & Doodle works specifically with Google Hangout (you need a G+ account to use it) so that children can draw and doodle, with up to ten other people — ...
Review excerpt: MathBlaster.com is a 3D virtual world where you are sent on various missions. The idea is to join the Intergalactic Space Patrol (ISP), a team of Blasters sworn to explore ...
Review excerpt: This subscription-based curriculum for preschool through kindergarten lets children explore a wide variety of content in a structured way. After you log in, and pay ...
Review excerpt: Early World of Learning, found at http://www.worldbookonline.com/ewol/home, is a collection of several hundred flash-based stories, animated poems and simple games. ...
Review excerpt: This year’s edition is based entirely in Flash, so no downloads or installations are needed. All you need is a Mac or Windows computer and a speedy web connection.There’s ...
Review excerpt: Mission US is a free (grant funded) adventure game that teaches US history. In Mission 1: For Crown or Colony? you help Nat Wheeler, a 14-year-old printer’s apprentice ...
Review excerpt: The LPSO Starter Pack includes a 1 inch tall¬† rubber figurine, with a code that you type in at www.LPSO.com to upgrade your membership from “basic” to “premium” ...
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