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Art
Great Links for Kids

ART:

Louvre Museum - www.louvre.fr - Virtual tour of the famous art museum in Paris, France

National Gallery of Art - www.nga.gov/education - resources for art education, opportunities

CREATIVITY:

CyberKids - www.cyberkids.com - creative activities, student publishing and other creativity-stimulating options

EDUCATION:

Smithsonian Institute - www.smithsonianeducation.org/students - wide scope with interesting topics

National Geographic - www.nationalgeographic.com/expeditions - there is an art contest for the latest badge!

HISTORY:

American Memory: Historical Collections - www.memory.loc.gov - very rich site for history buffs with lots of details

The Learning Network, On This Day - New York Times - www.nytimes.com/learning - plug in a date and find out what has happened!

National Park Service Museum Exhibits - www.cr.nps.gov/museum/exhibits - visionaries, American Revolution, Civil War, Paleontology, Southwest, American Heritage, Museum Techniques, NPS Web Museum links.

Museums in the US -  http://museumca.org/usa  - virtual library

 

 

G/T Books

Books in the gt library in my classroom are available for check out by parents. 

Among those books are:

Upside Down Brillance by Linda Silverman

The Highly Sensitive Person by Elaine Aron

Great Books for Girls by Kathleen Odean

Great Books for Boys by Kathleen Odean

Some of My Best Friends are Books by Judith Halsted

The Out-of- Sync Child by Carol Kranowitz

How Jane Won by Sylvia Rimm

Empowering Gifted Minds by Barbara Gilman

Parenting Gifted Kids by James Delisle

Parents' Guide to Raising a Gifted Child by Jame Alvino

Smart Kids with School Problems by Priscilla Vail

The School Survival Guide for Kids with LD by Rhonda Cummings

Raising Your Spirited Child by Mary Sheedy Kircinka

The Optimistic Child by Martin Seligman

Best Books for Kids WhoThinkThey Hate to Read by Laura Backes

Losing Our Minds-Gifted Children Left Behind by Deborah Ruf

Managing the Social and Emotional Needs for the Gifted by Judy Salbraith

Perfectionism--What's Bad About Being Good by Miriam Adderholdt-Elliott

Guiding the Gifted Child by James Webb

Your Child's Growing Mind by Jane Healy

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