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Published On: Jun 21, 2006 05:51 AM
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Mon - June 19, 2006

Link of the Week: 6/19/06

The Fairy House books by Tracy Kane

This week, the multi grades got together for learning! My group read Fairy Houses by Tracy Kane, and then made them! Check back for photos!

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Mon - June 5, 2006

Tue - May 30, 2006

Link of the Week: 5/29/06

We discovered this great site/work when we went to USM to present for the MLTI:

Colonial Cobblestone by King Middle School in Portland, ME

Take a step back to Colonial Times!

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Mon - May 22, 2006

Tue - May 16, 2006

Mon - May 8, 2006

Mon - April 24, 2006

Link of the Week: 4/24/06

Good Stuff? A Behind-the-Scenes Guide to the Things We Buy

"The Purpose of this Online Guide
Have you ever wondered where chocolate comes from, if antibacterial soap is good for your family, or how to recycle an old computer? If you've had these or other questions about the environmental and social impacts of the products you buy and use, Good Stuff is for you. It contains many of the tips, facts, and links you'll need to start making more informed purchases that benefit your health and the environment."

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Mon - April 10, 2006

Link of the Week: 4/10/06

Here's one for the girls:

Girls Go Tech!

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Tue - April 4, 2006

Link of the Week: 4/3/06

American Folklore

"This folklore site contains retellings of American folktales, Native American myths and legends, tall tales, weather folklore and ghost stories from each and every one of the 50 United States. You can read about all sorts of famous characters like Paul Bunyan, Pecos Bill, Daniel Boone, and many more. So grab a cup of coffee, pull up a comfy chair, and stay awhile."

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Mon - March 27, 2006

Link of the Week: 3/27/06

Long Elementary Podcasts

"It all Started With a Picture....
After students in Mr. Pantaleo’s fourth and fifth grade split classroom completed an author study on the children’s author Chris Van Allsburg, students used his picture book, Mysteries of Harris Burdick, as inspiration to write their own stories.  Mr. Pantaleo chose three stories to feature on the Podcast.  The student authors drew pictures to go along with the story and read their story for the Podcast."

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Mon - March 20, 2006

Link of the Week: 3/20/06

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Mon - March 13, 2006

Mon - March 6, 2006

Mon - February 27, 2006

Mon - February 13, 2006

Link of the Week: 2/13/06

Let the Games Begin!

Olympic Links!

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