4Kids: Cool school of the Month

March 14, 2001


Congratulations to Woodstock Elementary School, Woodstock, Ky., www.4Kids.org's Cool School of the Month. Join the Woodstock Wildcats at their virtual school at www.pulaski.net / wes. The site is maintained by fifth-grade teacher and technology coordinator, Mr. Joey Simmons. You'll find excellent class pages highlighting the work of these talented students. Also, the school's entire library collection is cataloged online. Woodstock features a Student Technology Leadership Program in which students can become certified to be peer technology tutors.

Nominate a cool school at www.4Kids.org / nominations / .

Kid Quest: How many books are cataloged online in Woodstock Elementary School's media center?


Go back in time with History For Kids! at www.historyforkids.org. Read how to cook ancient food, make ancient Egyptian paper or papyrus, draw mosaics and design seals to inscribe your work. Discover ancient civilizations from Egypt to Rome to Western Asia. Learn about ancient religion, science, war and literature.

Kid Quest: What was the first civilization to develop written laws?


Celebrate one of the world's most famous artists at Explore Monet's World. Grab a brush and paint your way to events.fleet.com. You'll find a guided tour through Claude Monet's life, including his time spent in London, Venice and his hometown of Giverny, France. Each section contains puzzles, games and fact sheets about Monet's life and works.

Kid Quest: How many works of art did Monet create in 70 years as an artist?

To complete the Kid Quest Challenge, visit the Web sites in this issue to find the answers to the questions, then go to www.4Kids.org / kidquest / .

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