Talula’s Barefoot Books Blog

A running commentary on life as an online bookstore owner after 25 years in Early Childhood Education.

Talula’s Resources

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This page is dedicated to all things literary and family-friendly for Grown-ups.

I WILL BE USING THIS PAGE TO BRING RESOURCES AND LINKS TO TEACHERS AND PARENTS FOR BOOKS, TOYS, EDUCATIONAL WEBSITES AND CLASSROOM RESOURCES IN ADDITION TO THOSE IN MY CLICKABLE LISTS AT THE RIGHT! 

I even have candy M&M’s in my links SINCE I will be posting for your nibbling pleasure!  

FIRST NOTES:

1) Teacher Created Resources – Spring 2008 Content: Classroom materials

      Site: www.teachercreated.com <click here.

2) community playthings – January 2008 – Content: Wooden high-quality furniture & toys (USA made)

      Site: www.CommunityPlaythings.com <click here

3) Environments – Spring 2008 = Content: Materials, Equipment, & Furniture for Classrooms Or Homes

     Site: www.Environments.com <click here 

4) MindWare “Brainy toys for kids of all ages” – January 2008- Content: Great Stuff for Math, Science, Lang. Arts

     Site: www.mindwareonline.com <click here

5) Focus The Nation “Global Warming Solutions for America” – January 2008 – Content: Films/event ideas for kid’s enviromental awareness    Site:    www.focusthenation.org <click here 

6) Live Earth Org.    -January 2008- Content: CDs, Film Shorts & other materials created from the concerts and partnerships stemming from the 2007 ‘Live Earth’ event for use in enviromental awareness for business, education, and individual solutions to help folks “Go Green”. Site:   www.livearth.org   <click here

FYI: Future Resources & links will probably be listed in regular posts with this title “Talula’s Resources” and the current date!

Ta Ta! From Talula! 

Email: rxhamann@mybarefootbooks.com  

“Treasure the children in your life along with your family,  friends and a good book today!”

3 Responses to “Talula’s Resources”

  1. Very nice site you have here, Ms Talula!
    Seems we have numerous connections..ta, ta for now. 🙂

  2. bosskitty said

    My mother and grandmother used to read to me from “Highlights Magazine”, point to the pictures and discuss each story. They told me they started reading to me when I was 18 months old. My favorite flash back is being stretched out on GrandMa’s bed, looking up at the ceiling fan and listening to her voice describe the latest story. This began my nap time for years, then she made me read those stories to her. They created a hopeless bookworm. Result; I measure my reading by the pound.
    My solution to America’s literacy problem is Read To The Children until they can read back to you.

  3. Allison said

    What a wealth of resources you have here! It will take me awhile to get through them all, but I’m excited to have it all at my fingertips!

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