Build Your Wild Self

What a fun online activity for kids (and adults!) from the New York Zoos & Aquarium. Apparently I’m a Hiss-Bird! 🙂 Found this site on the ALSC blog post The Latest Additions to Great Web […]

KidLib Camp 2009 – August 13

Don’t miss this unconference! KidLibCamp – for librarians interested in youth service in school & public libraries. KidLibCamp 2009 is a place for youth services librarians to get together and talk about topics that are […]

Fun READ posters from the “If the light’s on, we’re home…” library

The kids and teens at the  Stillwater (NY) Free Library have a created a great set of READ posters as part of their summer reading program. Great example of a fun, creative project on a […]

Scratch Day: May 16, 2009

Do you know kids who would like to create their own online games, stories, animations and more? Who doesn’t! Then take a look at Scratch – a wonderful free programming tool “designed to help young […]

Scratch: Imagine, Program, Share

Scratch, from the MIT Media Lab, is a programming tool “designed to help young people (ages 8 and up) develop 21st century learning skills. As they create Scratch projects, young people learn important mathematical and […]

Glogster: taking posters to a whole new level

Glogster for Education lets you create online posters with graphics, photos, text, video and audio. Wow, what a great tool for student projects. I can see lots of other fun uses for this in public […]