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Sites – April 2008

April, 2008
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Pitara – Poems for Spring

Pitara’s Tale Spin section is a nice addition to any young English learner’s arsenal, and quite a joy for children in general. It’s bright, positive and intelligent at the same time, with an assortment of poems that covers topics like summer, sunflowers and kindness to animals. Besides, Pitara is shaping up to be a potent resource for parents, so head on over.

www.pitara.com/talespin/poems.asp

 

 

 

 

 

flower pictures

Flower Pictures

This site is very literally about flowers. Well, also other growing things, and gardens. It’s all very fresh and bucolic, and a must for those who want to learn more about the growth aspect of spring. There are thousands and thousands and images to look at, almost all available to save as wallpapers, and many can be made into e-cards quite easily. The best part is that most pics are accompanied by information on the flowers and plants displayed, so this qualifies as a learning experience!

www.flowerpictures.net

planetpals

Planet Pals

Although not updated very often, Planet Pals is a cute site that sends environmental messaged the child-friendly way. Just check out the lineup of official Planet Pals mascots – characters like Fluffy, Sunnyray and Moonbeam are enough to make anyone into an ecological ambassador. On a more serious note, this site possesses a wealth of information on the environment, and is well linked to more “mature” resources. 

www.planetpals.com

 

Family Fun – Spring Recipes

Just look at all these food ideas for spring. Unbelievable that they’ve compiled so much – cakes, salads, off the grill and even fruit-based gourmet. Wow – each recipe has detailed instructions, pictures and comments from fellow readers. This is a bona fide culinary nexus, and there are even quite a few videos in case you want to watch rather than read about making your own spring delight. Our fave are the Earth Day bars. Yummy. 

www.familyfun.com

primary games

Primary Games – Spring Games

Put together just a few weeks ago, this page has the games you need to keep yourself and the children busy as those tasty treats from the page above are simmering, baking, grilling etc. There are ten games here, all simple, easy to pick up and unassuming, but before you cry “it’s not enough!” let us tell you we thought the same, and a couple hours later we were still going at it. Spring Simon Says is particularly cute. 

www.primarygames.com

dressup

Dressup Girl – Spring Fashion

What a spectacular site – although for teenagers only and not for the really little ones, Dressup Girl is a simply indispensable resource for young ladies who want to keep up with fashion and look good while they’re at it. The site, which is very active with its own community, includes dozens of dress up games where you can play around with an entire wardrobe of the latest threads and accessories. Amazing. 

www.dressupgirl.net

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