Tag Archives: Free Resources

The Arts of the Islamic World – Smithsonian

One of my favorite ways to study history is through the arts. What better resource than the Smithsonian and their art exhibits? The Smithsonian Museum of Asian Arts provides a cornucopia of resources, including teacher’s guides and online tours. Today … Continue reading

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Lesson Plans for Spiderwick Chronicles

Here are some links to Spiderwick Chronicles lesson plans and worksheets. From the publisher, Simon and Schuster: Some nice suggestions for various projects you can pick and choose. I especially liked the one about making a faerie house from natural … Continue reading

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Buddhist Studies

Buddhanet.net is an extensive site filled with well laid out variety of resources for the study and practice of Buddhism. From their site: BuddhaNet is a non-sectarian organisation, offering its services to all Buddhist traditions. It aims to facilitate a … Continue reading

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Website: The White House

I’m still on a high from yesterday’s inauguration – the long sustaining high that comes from inspiration and commitment. Not just the temporary sugar high of excitement, although, I confess, at this moment I feel that, too! At 12:01 P.M., … Continue reading

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Reminder: Great Backyard Bird Count

Don’t forget, the Great Backyard Bird Count is in session now! You can still participate. It runs February 15 through the 18th. And you don’t have to do it all four days. Just taking the time to stop once and … Continue reading

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