Funschooling and Recreational Learning: SpidermanBiographical information about the Amazing Spiderman, plus coloring pages, puzzles and videos. Links and videos offered.
- Engineer Pierre Charles L’Enfant born 1754
Funschooling and Recreational Learning: Watermelon Day – Watermelon resources include: Research questions, information about watermelons and Watermelon Day, recipes, health information, activity suggestions, and crafts.
Still Learning Something New: Louis Armstrong – Links to Biographical information, achievements, a photo gallery, Jazz slang, greatest hits playlist and more.
Biography: Louis Armstrong – Biographical information about this amazing musician.
Funschooling and Recreational Learning: Neil Armstrong – Learn about Neil Armstrong via links, videos and fun activities. & Phases of the Moon – Moon Resources Include: Moon cycles, names, tides, videos and more.
Sneak Some Zucchini Onto Your Neighbor’s Porch Night
Still Learning Something New: Peanuts
Funschooling and Recreational Learning: Play In The Sand – Fun activities you can do with sand. Links and videos.
Still Learning Something New: Elephants – Links to information about African and Asian elephants, myths and folklore, jokes and more.
Funschooling and Recreational Learning: Annie Oakley – Learn about the life and accomplishments of Annie Oakley. Links and videos.
Still Learning Something New: Annie Oakley – Links to biographical information, quotes, videos and more.
Wikipedia: Wiffle Ball – Information about the history of the game.
Funschooling and Recreational Learning: Chocolate – Learn about the history of chocolate, recipe for an old fashioned chocolate egg cream, chocolate puzzles and links to other chocolate related resources, including chocolate chips.
Reader’s Digest: Jokes – 1000’s of clean, funny jokes, one-liners and riddles.
- Black Cat Appreciation Day
Funschooling and Recreational Learning: Black Cats –Find why black cats are considered good luck to some and bad luck to others and do a balancing activity.
History.com: Guglielmo Marconi – Biographical information about the man who broadcast the first transatlantic radio signal. Article format.
Funschooling and Recreational Learning: Hawaii: Information about Hawaii. Links and videos about the history, culture and attractions. &
Ukulele: Links to the most popular songs, tuner, and info. Videos include: The history of the ukulele, how to make one, and play one.
Funschooling and Recreational Learning: Play With The Wind – Activities you can do with wind power and information about National Ride The Wind Day.
NASA: What is Pluto? – Article explains what Pluto is, what it’s like, and how it is being explored today.
Funschooling and Recreational Learning: Joshua Lionel Cowen – Learn about the American inventor who co-found Lionel Corp and the Lionel Train.
Still Learning Something New: Lionel Trains – Biographical information about Cowen, links to train related activities, and videos about Lionel’s Train Factory.
Still Learning Something New: Mother Teresa – Kid friendly biographical information, timeline info, quotes and more.
- 1st Tarzan Story Published, 1912
Gutenberg Project: Tarzan – Choose a story you want to read or listen to!
Wikipedia: Edmond Hoyle – Short biography about the man who wrote the rules down for many of the well known card games we play today.
Funschooling and Recreational Learning: Mary Shelley’s FrankensteinBiographical information about Mary Shelley, and links to her literary works, including her most well known novel, Frankenstein.
Funschooling and Recreational Learning: Kinetoscope – Kinetoscope resources include, links to informative sites and videos.
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