Monday, July 5, 2021

June, July, and August 2021 Infotopia/Kidtopia Newsletter

Our June, July, and August Infotopia/Kidtopia Newsletter is online as a PDF.

This month's issue has a number of recommended websites for exploring, how to take a virtual trip around the world with Airpano, resources for balanced information on climate change, how to practice your French, Spanish, German or English with an amazing site that includes stories and language lessons, and finally, an update on, a web site for new and experienced teachers.

Please share with your friends and colleagues.

Sunday, May 30, 2021

May 2021 Infotopia/Kidtopia Newsletter
Our May Infotopia/Kidtopia Newsletter is now online as a PDF. This month includes:
Geography and Foreign Language resources
Educational Games
Coding for Students
SAT and ACT Prep Resources
Share with your colleagues!

April 2021 Infotopia/Kidtopia Newsletter
Our April 2021 newsletter is now online.
 This month's issue includes the following:
-online reading for kids
-how to create your own citations online (for free)
-all about our new coding resources
-social studies resources for kids
-April is poetry month and lots of resources
-mythology resources

March 2021 Infotopia/Kidtopia Newsletter

The March 2021 Infotopia/Kidtopia newsletter issue includes the following:

• Mathematics resource recommendations for all grade levels
• Read Across American ideas (for Dr. Seuss’s birthday)
• Our most popular keyword searches from Infotopia, VLRC and Kidtopia
• All about endangered animals, mammals and dinosaurs from Kidtopia
• How to create cool text for a report, presentation, document or a web page for free!
• Visit NASA’s Visible Earth to find images of the earth as a blue marble, see the night sky, and much more.

Tuesday, February 23, 2021

February 2021 Infotopia/Kidtopia Newsletter


Our new February 2021 Newsletter is now online at:
This month's issue includes the following:

   - New recommendations for valuable websites for students, including the
   new 2021 CIA World Factbook, Google Arts and Culture, Smithsonian Open
   Access, and more.

   - How to easily find information about English literature (for advanced
   students) on Infotopia, Virtual LRC, or Infotrek.

   - How to look up the origin and meaning of idioms and expressions in
   English. (such as "Bob's your uncle.....)

   - Kidtopia--all about animals

   - How to create strong passwords that can't be hacked.