|Chapters by Chance: Here are some chapters from six of Max Elliot Anderson's adventure books! Read the chapter! Think about what must have happened before that chapter! Think about how the story ends! Or just get your folks to buy you the books and read the whole thing later!
Chapter 5 from North Woods Poachers!
Chapter 7 from Secret of Abbott's Cave!
Chapter 15 from Legend of the White Wolf
Chapter 7 from Big Rig Rustlers!
Chapter 6 from Mountain Cabin Mystery!
Chapter 8 from Newspaper Caper!
Think you can't have fun learning statistics? Think again. The Manga Guide to Statistics will teach you everything you need to know about this essential discipline, while entertaining you at the same time. With its unique combination of Japanese-style comics (called manga) and serious math content, the EduManga format is already a hit in Japan.
10 Painless Planet-Savers ... Would you take shorter showers to save the planet? Check out these ideas!
If you’re a middle school or high school student interested in logic and debate, you might like to read 10 Logical Lies and 10 Good Arguments.
|THE MOD MOM SHOW:
Web Radio for Moms!
60 Second Tips to Live a Better Life... from Real Time Moms!
Children's Museums "Exhibit" Educational Outreach
If you aren't lucky enough to have a children's museum nearby, you might be surprised to discover that many museums dont just open their doors to actual students and teachers; they also reach out to those who can't visit in person
.A Parent Engagement Model That Works
Parent engagement efforts have resulted in the formation of school/community gardens, increased affordable housing opportunities, safer neighborhoods, better economic opportunities, and increased student achievement.
Rafe Esquith on Raising Extraordinary Kids
Parents must be the people they want their children to be. We parents and teachers need to understand that we cannot be in front of a television set and command our kids to go to their rooms and read. Never underestimate the power of a role model.
-- Education Accountability Version 2.0:
A Letter to the Next President
Enjoy your visit! If you have any ideas for items you'd like to see, just write firstname.lastname@example.org and put "At Home" in the subject line!