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Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Informative Free Sites III

  • Inside the Brain: An interactive Tour - What happens in the brain of a person with Alzheimer’s disease? This tour explains how the brain works and how Alzheimer's affects it. Taking the tour: There are 16 interactive slides. Move forward or back one slide at a time by clicking on the arrows. You can also jump to any slide by clicking on its number at the top of each page. As you view each slide, roll your mouse over any colored text that appears on each page to highlight special features of each image.
  • Alphabet Soup - for the young and the "young at heart"! Alphabet Soup contains thematic units, holiday units, games and activities for kids; teacher and parent resources; and crafts, humor and recipes for all! Be sure to check out the Kindergarten Kafe, recipes dictated by 5-year-olds! Includes plenty of free printables!
  • The Complete Review - A Literary Saloon and Site of Review. A selectively comprehensive, objectively opinionated survey of books old and new, trying to meet all your book review, preview, and information needs.
  • The Museum of Online Museums - Here, you will find links from our archives to online collections and exhibits covering a vast array of interests and obsessions: Start with a review of classic art and architecture, and graduate to the study of mundane (and sometimes bizarre) objects elevated to art by their numbers, juxtaposition, or passion of the collector. The MoOM is organized into three sections;1)The Museum Campus, 2)The Permanent Collection, and 3)Galleries, Exhibition, and Shows.
  • Mohenjo Daro - or "Mound of the Dead" is an ancient Indus Valley Civilization city that flourished between 2600 and 1900 BCE. It was one of the first world and ancient Indian cities. The site was discovered in the 1920s and lies in Pakistan's Sindh province. Only a handful of archaeologists have excavated here, described in the introduction and illustrated essay Mohenjodaro: An Ancient Indus Valley Metropolis.

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