From There to Here,
From Here to There.
Funny Things are Everywhere!
Cyberspace is not always a good place for kids -- but there's some great
stuff "out there!" These 119 links take you to places we think
you will like. Of course, we hope that you think the Dragonfly Web
pages are the best. Come back often! Special
thanks to Rachel Penix and Shannon Plummer.
The Children's Gallery
Artwork from children around the world.
Native-American and Russian
Children's Art An art exchange between Native Amrican and Russian children.
The Minneapolis Institute of
Arts They have over 85,000 objects
spanning 4,000 years. You can see some of them in the exibitions and
galleries. There's also a museum shop, educational and general info,
and other resources.
Graphics Great set of links (with icons) to places like
MiraLab Computer Graphics & Animation Group, Electronic
Visualization Laboratory, The University of Manchester Computer
Graphics Unit, Graphics, Visualization, and Usability Center, Thant's
Animations Index, 3D WEB, UBC IMAGER Computer Graphics Lab,
NASA Scientific Applications and Visualization Branch.
The Nine Planets - The Nine Planets describes each of the 70
planets and moons in the solar system with text, pictures, sounds,
occasional movie and links to other related net resources.
A Comet hits Jupiter - Pictures, observing information,
links to other sites.
Space Telescope - Handbooks and guides for proposing,
and data reduction. Plus info on the telescope's instruments,
pictures, and links.
APOLLO 11 THE MOON MISSION
Mission highlights, milestone, pictures, and detailed quotes from the
Eclipse See and learn about the most recent lunar eclipse in the northern
Audrey Wood and her clubhouse.
Author and Illustrator Biographies from Scholastic Internet
Excerpts from Meet the Authors and Illustrators, volumes 1 and 2.
Fairrosa's Lewis Carroll page-- A different approach to Lewis
texts and information compiled by fairrosa, a regular contributor to
children's literature discussions on the Net.
Diane Duane and Peter Morwood - The Owl Springs Partnership
Fantasy and Science Fiction writers Diane Duane and Peter Morwood
have set up this Web page with information about themselves and
their writing. It's great fun.
Madeleine L'Engle Papers (Wheaton College)- Biographical
information and finding aids describing the materials deposited by
Madeleine L'Engle at Wheaton College Archives and Special
Kindred Spirits: Frequently Asked Questions-- Kindred Spirits is
electronic mailing list for the discussion of Lucy Maud Montgomery,
her books and related material, including the TV movies and
children's series "Road To Avonlea." The Frequently Asked Questions
list (FAQ) covers a wide range of information about L.M.
Montgomery, her books, and media adaptations.
Dr. Seuss-- The beginnings of a World-Wide Web page about Dr.
The J.R.R. Tolkien Information Page-- An enormous amount of
information about Tolkien and the world of his novels.
Dinosaurs in Hawaii! - Exhibits include Triceratops Skull,
Tyrannosaurus rex Head, Stegosaurus Skeleton, Baby Hypselosaurus
Field Museum - Take an
interactive tour of their newest public exhibit, 'DNA to Dinosaurs'.
Theodore Tugboat Children's Activity Center - The Canadian TV
series about a cheerful tugboat who likes to be friends with
everyone. Includes an interactive story book based on characters from the show,
well as pointers to other Internet resources of interest to children,
parents, and teachers.
Rupert Bear-- A discussion of the British comic-strip character.
Wonderful Wizard of Oz
Frequently Asked Questions List,
which includes information about the books, the movie, and The
Ozian Times (an e-mail discussion list for fans)
Puzzles - Puzzles and brain teasers archived from the
rec.puzzles and categorized by subject. Both the puzzles and their
solutions are given.
WebMind - A Web version of the classic MasterMind game. The
idea is to figure the sequence of colors. Has four levels from
to expert. You can even see an example game before you play.
Peg - A game where you try to remove more pegs from the
than the computer you're playing against.
strategy game from LavaMind.
Math Forum Student Center-
Swarthmore College's page devoted to helping students with math ("Ask Dr. Math")
as well as providing exciting challenges.
Everything you ever wanted to know about a great mathematician.
Mega-Mathematics! An exciting
math page created by Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Mathematics Education Resources.
Math Pages Created by Cynthia
The Global Cycling Network - Info on bicycling organizations,
newsletters, ride calendars, mailing lists, and links to the VeloNet
Gopher and WWW page, and more.
Stereograms - A page with links to dozens of stereograms, and
link to a similar page with previews (takes longer to load). These
sites have been selected and been given a rating out of 5 based on
the following criteria: appearance, content, ease of use,
relevance, suitability for a young audience.
Boomerang Page - Info on tournaments, how boomerangs work
how to use them, as well as resources, books, etc.
Writings By Children
Alaska Created by and for kids in Alaska
KidPub is a place for children to publish stories on the World
Wide Web and to read stories published by other children. This is a
free service sponsored by En-Garde Technical Comunication.
An electronic magazine created for and by children ages 10-15.
The Hole Dewey Dug
Texas Folktales from Spring Branch ISD, Houston, Texas
Parodies of children's stories, written by children and given a
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