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Automatoon- Easy Animation For The Web! Free Printable Children's Books. contributed by Leanne Guenther Make these free printable children's books to encourage your kids to read. There are a variety of themes to choose from -- the majority of the books target younger readers (preschool, kindergarten and early grade school) although a few of the books are a bit more challenging. The "custom stories" and holidays themed stories are especially popular! The printable books come with suggestions for complimentary activities and/or worksheets to reinforce the stories. Alphabet Stories: Here's a suggestion from JoAnna: "I was trying to keep my 5-year-old busy the other day and came up with a fun craft reading project. Here is a suggestion from Carlene and Paris: "Being an avid quilter, I came up with my own way of putting the mini books together. Here is a suggestion from Carol: "If printer resolution is high enough, the mini book pages can be reduced to 70%-75% before printing each page. For more reading reinforcement, also check out:

10 Amazing Google Earth Add-Ons - PCWorld Google Earth puts an entire planet's worth of useful, relevant, and just plain weird content at your fingertips. As you saw in "The Strangest Sights in Google Earth," some things in this world are simply out of this world. To find such wonderful sights, you can call on a large library of Earth add-ons. As authors of the Web site Google Sightseeing, we see a lot of these add-ons and collections. What follows is a list of 10 of our favorites. Note that some of the links go straight to .kml or .kmz files, which Google Earth can read.

ToonDoo - World's fastest way to create cartoons! Books to Make with Children | Creative Teaching « “Things to do Instead of Watching TV” Book Books to Make with Children Jo - Saturday, October 25, 2008, 12:02 amCategories: Holidays, Homeschooling, Lesson Plans, WritingTags: accordion, book, craft, envelope, flip, Holidays, journal, mini, November, peek-a-boo, peek-over, pop-up, shapes, templates, theme, Web site, Writing November includes many special days, including “Children’s Book Week”. There are tons of different types of books you can make with your children. The following are different types of “books” you can make with children: Here is a list of useful resources for making books with children: If you liked this post, please share it: No related posts. Liked this post? Types of Poems » Comments 2 Responses, Leave a Comment Minda Gauthier 22 July 2012, 7:05 am Excellent site. Leave a Comment: Name * Mail (hidden) * Website Privacy Policy

Everest Posted by admin on Feb 10, 2011 in All Podcast Episodes, HD Episodes, Season 5, Everest 2010 Trek & Photography Workshop, Stereoscopic 3D Episodes | 0 comments A New Dimension In The Himalayas. Season 5 of The Rest of Everest begins this week with a special episode of the podcast. This is definitely a first because everything you’re about to see was filmed in 3D. I’m very proud to be able to offer this new kind of video and excited that this is the first 3D material to be filmed in Tibet. There’s palpable texture to the episode that is unlike anything I’ve ever released before. This episode provides a brief summary of our trek to Everest’s wild East Side (The Kangshung Face) but I have so much more footage of the experience. To get the most out of this 3D podcast you’ll need red and blue “anaglyph” glasses. If you’re not interested or 3D simply gives you a headache, jump to the middle of the episode where all of the video repeats in standard 2D just as normal. Enjoy! Jon Miller

Create Animation - Sketch Star Information Tyrannosaur 3D Models These are some of my 3d models designed specifically for viewing in Google Earth. All were modelled using the free version of Google SketchUp St Martin in the Fields A fully textured SketchUp model based entirely on a 19th century print. This is a 3D model of the church ‘St Martin in the Fields’ in Trafalgar Square, London. Read more and download… Turning Torso Santiago Calatrava’s unique residential skyscraper, overlooking the Oresund Straits in Malmo, Sweden, which gradually twists around through 90 degrees over its 190m height. Read more and download… King’s College Chapel The huge gothic chapel of King’s College Cambridge, built over a hundred years starting in 1446. Read more and download… The Armadillo Armadillo shaped concert hall at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre in Glasgow. Read more and download… Swiss Re Building Otherwise known as the ‘Gherkin’ or 30 St Mary Axe. Read more and download… Needles Lighthouse Read more and download… Osaka Dome Read more and download…

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