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The Field Museum Issue Date: 02-09-1997

Cool Spots imageHave you ever wanted to walk among the dinosaurs or go digging for the artifacts of early human cultures in Amazon caves? At the Field Museum On-line, you can do exactly that and more. Chicago's Field Museum of Natural History hosts exhibits, pictures, movies and games for the explorer in all of us. Go for a run with a saber-toothed cat, feed the camels, or slum around with a giant sloth! If jungle rock is your thing, you can even listen to mammoth bone music! Take your outback gear to www.fieldmuseum.org and trek out on your own adventure. Don't forget to pack some snacks for the dinosaurs or maybe you will become a dinosaur snack yourself.

Visit: www.fieldmuseum.org
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Beam Me Back to the Stone Age, Scotty Issue Date: 12-29-1996

Cool Spots imageWith a click of the mouse, you can send yourself to http://museums.ncl.ac.uk/flint/menu.html and head back to the Stone Age. Take the timeline link and read a scroll of Stone Age accomplishments to find how far back in history you've gone. Then imagine a time when large ice sheets covered the land and the sea. In order to survive, you had to hunt for game and gather fruits and berries along with the herds of animals your tribe followed. Do you think you would make a good gatherer of food? Which berries or mushrooms taste good and are nutritious? Beware, some of them are not safe to eat. Staying alive takes more wit than simply digging through the refrigerator for a snack. This site clubs the myth that Stone Age people were the dim-witted, hairy brutes we have been lead to believe.

Visit: http://museums.ncl.ac.uk/flint/menu.html
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The WebMuseum Issue Date: 11-10-1996

Cool Spots imageThe WebMuseum, Paris is open 24 hours every day for your viewing pleasure. In this museum you can step up close to the paintings and view them for as long as you like and there will never be a tourist bus full of people in your way. It houses hundreds of Europe's most famous paintings from the Gothic to Modern periods as well as paintings from countries like the U.S. and Japan. The paintings are in thumbnail size to load quickly, but you can click on them to see a larger version. If you want information for a school report or project, each page contains good descriptions of the artist, the painting and the period in which they lived. If you get tired of being inside, you can take a tour of Paris. Float down the river Seine and see the Eiffel Tower. You can see all of this and more when you visit the City of Light at WebMuseum, Paris at www.ibiblio.org/wm.

Visit: www.ibiblio.org/wm
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Kids' Art on Display On-line Issue Date: 11-03-1996

Cool Spots imageWhether it's a single painting or your entire Web site, here's your chance to strut your stuff on the Web. Go to www.telenaut.com/
gst
and see what other kids from age 0-17 have put on exhibition. Global Show-n-Tell is an award-winning example of a corporation providing server space on which kids can display their talent. The challenge is for you to send the artwork to them. If the artwork is done on paper, you'll need to scan it to get it into digital form. Once you are ready, you can send small files (under 200K) via e-mail, or ftp larger ones. Don't worry, there are instructions on the Web site to help you!

Visit: www.telenaut.com/gst
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Oh, Go Make a Kite Issue Date: 07-14-1996

Cool Spots imageWith paper, tape and string, you can make 20 kites from 20 pieces of standard typing paper. Fly over to the Big Wind Kite Factory in Molola'i, Hawaii http://
planet-hawaii.com/bigwind
for the complete plan and instructions, or you can build the Basic Sled Kite with the instructions from www.ex.ac.uk/~jastaple/kites/projects/sled/sled.html. Advanced kite making instructions can be found at http://moreinfo.com.au/aks/
yatko.plan.html
. (Disclaimer: The first and third sites are no longer available.)

Visit: www.ex.ac.uk/~jastaple/kites/projects/sled/sled.html
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