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EduHound and EduPuppy

Name: EduHound and EduPuppy Brief Description of the Site: This site is for teachers and children grades K-12. It has student and teacher resources and has all kinds of different subjects such as music, arts, mathematics, and others to help you with your homework. Edu Hound is a reference site for educators of
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Name:EduHound and EduPuppy

Brief Description of the Site:
This site is for teachers and children grades K-12. It has student and teacher resources and has all kinds of different subjects such as music, arts, mathematics, and others to help you with your homework. Edu Hound is a reference site for educators of k-12, but Edu Puppy is for early childhood.

How to use the site:
First, click on a category. Then choose a topic to learn about it. You can also type a keyword in the search box to learn more about it. Once you click on a topic, then that topic becomes the heading with a whole list of sub topics below it. Several references will appear as links to other resources to explore.

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Katherine Kuang

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