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2Learn.org

Name: 2Learn.org Brief Description of the Site: Games, tools, a Word Find, coloring pages for younger children, and a learning style quiz (not to be reproduced) are available at this site. This site also has fee-based products including a comprehensive learning plan to create online for individualized
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Name:2Learn.org

Brief Description of the Site:
Games, tools, a Word Find, coloring pages for younger children, and a learning style quiz (not to be reproduced) are available at this site. This site also has fee-based products including a comprehensive learning plan to create online for individualized instruction. There's also an auction section, but read the information carefully before agreeing to the terms.

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The Just For Fun section includes links to many math activities. Students can use an online calculator, find all a number's factors by just filling in a number, play games, use a variety of different types of calculators, and use the periodic table to learn about elements. There is also a small gallery of free graphics with brief instructions on how to save files.

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Linda Blumenthal

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