ClipArt ETC: Free Educational Illustrations for Classroom Use Alphabets The Alphabets ClipArt collection offers 1,193 illustrations arranged in 43 galleries including decorative letters and numerals, complete alphabet sets, and several sign language systems. If you are looking… American History and Government The American History and Government ClipArt collection offers 2,515 illustrations arranged in 26 galleries. The images range from exploration and Colonial America, to the American Revolution and Civil… Dont Pay for Technology: 25 Freebies for Students Jun 29, 2009 In today's economic climate, paying for technology isn't prudent, and for some students, it isn't even an option. Fortunately, there are plenty of freebies on the web that can help with document creation, research, writing, storage, collaboration, studying and more. Here are 25 free web apps and software programs that may be useful to students. Document Creation
NASA Kids' Club Skip to main content NASA Kids Club › Text Only Site Let's Go to Mars! The 30 Harshest Author-on-Author Insults In History [Editor's note: While your Flavorwire editors take a much-needed holiday break, we're revisiting some of our most popular features of the year. This post was originally published June 19, 2011.] Sigh. Authors just don’t insult each other like they used to. Sure, Martin Amis raised some eyebrows when he claimed he would need brain damage to write children’s books, and recent Pulitzer Prize winner Jennifer Egan made waves when she disparaged the work that someone had plagiarized, but those kinds of accidental, lukewarm zingers are nothing when compared to the sick burns of yore.
Wolf and Willow - design, style, fashion, diy projects + daily inspiration: Prints + Patterns Darlings, I know I've been neglecting you. What with Toffee magazine launching in just five sleeps, and my art exhibition coming up, I've found it so hard to keep up my regular posting schedule. So, in the hopes that you'll forgive me, here's something extra special. Making Study Plan, Study Schedule A very well-known saying is, “He who fails to plan, he plans to fail”. Planning is very much important, if you want to be a successful student. A schedule helps you in utilizing your time more productively. Things to Do - Things to do with Kids in New York City Things to do with kids in New York, including events this week, free things to do, fairs and festivals, story time, theater for kids, and kids' entertainment. Top stories for NYC families Things to do with kids this season Central Park New York's lush backyard is the ideal spot for spring family fun.
List of inventors killed by their own inventions Franz Reichelt (d. 1912) attempted to use this contraption as a parachute. Reichelt died after he jumped off the Eiffel Tower wearing his invention, which failed to operate properly as a parachute. This is a list of inventors whose deaths were in some manner caused by or related to a product, process, procedure, or other innovation that they invented or designed. Direct casualties Automotive Owl Lover 2012 Calendar My name is Shivani and I am the author of My Owl Barn. Owl Lover 2012 calendar project is the encore of our last year's "Owl Lover" calendar project - a collaborative project between My Owl Barn and 30 international artists. The project was featured on several reputed blogs like decor8, poppytalk, and the calendar was downloaded by almost a hundred thousand owl lovers all over the world.
Rebus Puzzles: Smart-Kit For decades, parents and teachers have been designing these word picture puzzles for their kids and students. Rebus puzzles are a great way to get children (and adults!) to exercise and train their brain to improve intelligence and thinking ability. Smart-Kit's online rebus puzzles range from easy to hard, and many are colorfully illustrated. Since they're printable, they can easily be used in classrooms to jumpstart students' brains before the day or regular lesson begins.