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All the world's a stage, and the men and women merely players. The Folger Shakespeare Library presents Shakespeare for Kids at www.folger.edu/template.cfm?cid=588. Get an inside look at the life and times of William Shakespeare in Fun Facts. You can impress your friends with Shakespearean quotes, or put on a play of your own using Shakespeare Scripts for Kids in Words Words Words. Brush up on your Shakespearean knowledge as you attempt to identify the speakers of some very famous lines in Shakespeare Challenges. To view or not to view, not even a question.
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Travel to the farthest reaches of Kidspace at http://thelibrary.springfield.
missouri.org/kids/kids.cfm. Do a little site seeing around the Book Planet where the current Caldecott, Newbery and Coretta Scott King books are located. In the Homework Station's Searchasaurus, you can view thousands of articles from magazines, news- papers, encyclopedias and books. Check out the Galaxy of Fun for some Poetry Fun or view the latest Design-a-Bookmark contest winners. When you need to take a rest from your travels, Dial-a-Story is available anytime. Launch yourself into a good book.
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Go fishing for a great book with Book Hooks at www.bookhooks.com. Sink your bobbin' mind into reviews for hundreds of books such as "My Brother Sam Is Dead" or "The Lost Boy." If you have recently finished reading a book, express your opinion about it by writing your very own book review. You can browse the Most Popular Genres or play the Feature Word Game. Then, improve your writing skills at the Elora School for Young Writers, which offers online courses for 12- to 19-year-olds. Catch you later. (Disclaimer: This site now contains advertisements.)
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Analyze accents and alliteration at www.ancientscripts.com. At this site, you can learn about the history of written language and its many forms. Check out the origins of writing with awesome illustrations of Cuneiform and Hieroglyphs in Writing Systems. Phonetics has information on the sounds and tones your voice makes when you read different letter combinations. You can learn how to say a few basic words in lots of languages and see how closely related languages are when you explore Historical Linguistics. No matter how you say it or write it, this site is guaranteed fun.
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Become a bookworm at www.starfall.com where you can learn the basics of reading step-by-step. Begin with the alphabet to get a handle on each letter and its sound. Learn to Read lets you use the letter sounds to make whole words by playing games, listening to songs and watching videos. It's Fun to Read puts your word knowledge to the test as you begin to put words together to make stories. Finally, I'm Reading combines all the skills you have learned with more advanced reading activities. And if you don't know a word, just click on it for help.
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