Nesmith Library

Windham, New Hampshire

Kids' Links from A to Z

Here you will find links from art to zoo!

NEW!  We recently had a suggestion to add a link to Birthday Confectionery Crafts (confectionery is another word for candy).  It was suggested by the kids of Colonial Academy (if you go to the Colonial Academy site you'll find many useful links there, too).

Links from A to Z:

© BBC Worldwide Limited / Nikki Waldron

  • ElectricityElectricity for Kids--fun experiments, free games, cool projects, and more.
  • Ferris Wheel.  Ferris Wheel history is found here.  Ride the Giant Sky Wheel at nearby Canobie Lake Park.
  • Girls.  A Mighty Girl: Best of A Mighty Girl features lists of great books starring girls.
  • Hands.  Hands are for making things.  They're also for speaking to people who are hearing impaired.  Learn American Sign Language by watching videos!  Don't forget that Windham Helping Hands works to provide school supplies and holiday gifts for those who may be in need of assistance.
  • Ice Cream.  Make your own ice cream using a large plastic bag, click here to find out how.  And, if you like your ice cream on a cone, The Great Idea Finder will tell you everything you would ever want to know about ice cream cones!
  • Juggling.  Practice, practice, practice!




Drought Outlook

  • X-Rays.  X-Rays have been used for a hundred years to help doctors repair broken bones.  A man from The Netherlands, Arie van 't Riet, was a scientist who studied radiation.  He is now using X-Rays to create art and to reveal the insides of some surprising creatures!
  • Yellow (and other colors)Learn about Color! with the Metropolitan Museum of Art.  Older kids may enjoy Pigments through the Ages, which is a history of color and how humans use it.
  • ZooSan Diego (California) Zoo is a fabulous place to visit.  It also has a great site with tons of information about animals.  Catch some animal action through live cams and videos that let you watch animals from the comfort of your own home!

If you have a site you would like to recommend to Windham kids, send a link here.