Here is a collection of links for those of you who want to learn something new. There are lots of links here. Haven’t you often wondered where your birthdate is in pi? You can find it here!
Why start with a search engine, when you can find a pathfinder to fit your needs at 42eXplore? When learning something new, it’s nice to have more than one resource to explore. This web project provides “four to eXplore” for each topic. On each page you’ll find definitions, activities, the 4 good starting points, and many more links and resources for the thematic topic.
Here is a site for anyone wanting to learn more about “The Seven Wonders of the World”. First you will have to decide which seven wonders you are looking for. There are also maps of the locations of “the wonders” and a link to an online atlas that is pretty helpful.
Handwriting for kids. Free handwriting lessons to teach kids and adults how to write alphabets, numbers, sentences, bible school, scriptures, and even their name! Interactive math such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Coming soon: Fractions.
I’ve used this site before for animated guides on script and cursive handwriting for kids. They have added lots of new stuff to their site! Practice writing Spanish! Create math worksheets. There is also “Resources” and “Videos” sections with more help for teachers and parents.