Internet Adventures for Young Children: 101 Websites and Hands-on Activities ebook
by Catherine Halloran Cook,Janet McGinney Pfiefer,Janet McGivney Pfeifer,Jennifer E. Janke,Gayle S. Harvey
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This book contains 101 age-appropriate internet sites, which explore categories of high interest to young children. These activities will engage children to use the information they learned at each site. General topics covered include: animals, art and music, education, entertainment, just for fun, geography and trave This book contains 101 age-appropriate internet sites, which explore categories of high interest to young children.
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