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Zoom School

Name: Zoom School Brief Description of the Site: Zoom School's online school has a lot of wonderful information, printouts, and quizzes for geography / social studies, science / biology, and language arts. Subjects include dinosaurs, rainforests, biomes, butterflies, oceans, sharks, whales, astronomy, animals,
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Name:Zoom School

Brief Description of the Site:
Zoom School's online school has a lot of wonderful information, printouts, and quizzes for geography / social studies, science / biology, and language arts. Subjects include dinosaurs, rainforests, biomes, butterflies, oceans, sharks, whales, astronomy, animals, birds, explorers, inventors, crafts, rhymes, coloring pages, and even activities for pre-readers and early readers.

How to use the site:
Students can use Enchanted Learning's Zoom School's alphabetical listing to find resources they'll enjoy using and learning from. Zoom School's pages are set up in an easy to use frame format, filled with hyperlinked words that add to student knowledge at every click.

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