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The ChildrenÕs Book Store
Toronto, ON
Phone: (416) 480-0233 or toll free 1-800-265-5622ÊFax: 480-9345
    ChildrenÕs Task Force on Agenda 21
    Packed with important facts, poems, stories and illustrations, this book will help children understand the document called Agenda 21 which came out of the Earth Summit held in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. Paperback $14.95.

Acorn Naturalists
Tustin, CA
Phone: 800-422-8886
  • A GUIDE TO NATURE IN WINTER. This 375-page resource is packed with activities. Study snow ecology, winter bird behaviour or find evidence of insects, locate animal tracks and signs, winter weeds and wildflowers.
    Cost: $11.65.

Optilearn, Inc.,
StevenÕs Point, WI
Contact: Laura Detwyler
Phone: 1-800-850-9480 Fax: (705) 344-1066
  • ENVIRONMENTAL VIEWS SERIES CD-ROMÕs enable Macintosh users to customize presentations and give slide shows using full-colour photos and text frames from OptilearnÕs Environmental Views Series. Created by educators and content experts, the series provide images and information to supplement environmental, earth and life science courses. (Grades 9øcollege).

The Evergreen Foundation
Toronto, ON
Phone: 1-(416)-596-1495
  • THE OUTDOOR CLASSROOM is a bilingual newsletter focusing on school ground naturalization. Features articles by parents, educators and schoolchildren describing projects in their own communities around Canada. Lists many useful resources, including books, training sessions, and grant information.

Discovery Communications, Inc.
Florence, KY
Phone: 1-800-889-9950
  • CONNECTIONS. In this CD-ROM experience, the links between people, events and ideas have fractured, and students must battle to restore order. Based on the critically acclaimed television show of the same name, players are placed in one of five worlds and challenged to solve puzzles concerning inventions that link to one another, like carbon paper to dynamite.

Sterling Publications 1997
by Roy Richards
  • 101 SCIENCE SURPRISES: EXCITING EXPERIMENTS WITH EVERDAY MATERIALS This book includes experiments and activities. Grades 3-5.

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