This is a list of links as they appear in my blog. They are in no particular order.
Every once in a while I come across some interesting sites that, while they're lots of fun and have some sort of educational value, I just am not sure how to categorize them. That's what this list includes.
Last updated 10/23/2012
Orienteering : An article I wrote regarding orienteering.
Warfare By Duct Tape - site with e-books for sale on how to make historical duct tape weapons.
this instructable on how to make a sword and this instructable on how to make a battle axe. with duct tape.
NSA site for kids - includes code breaking fun, puzzles, listen to morse code, cryptograms, coloring pages. Also, work study and scholarship program information available.
Storyline Online - kids can click on a story and have it read to them. A pop-up survey may appear after the story.
Barnes and Noble online storytime.
PBS kids - PBS site for kids with lots of games and fun things to do.
Tangram Along with instructions on how to make your own tangram pieces, it contains lots of puzzle shapes to work from.
Balloon Animals - a page with a list of links on how to make balloon animals.
Seven Lies About Homeschooling post with YouTube video.
Vi Hart's blog - Interesting and entertaining videos presenting various math concepts.
Conceptis Puzzles - Logic puzzles to play around with such as Sudoku, Calcudoku, Hitori, Slitherlink, and more.
Worksheet Works.com : Worksheet site with various worksheets available including puzzles, polyhedra models, and more.
Indinanapolis Children's Museum game site: Lots of different interactive games to play, all with educational content, of course. Science related.
Playing History.org lists all sorts of places on the web where one can find history related games to play