Here is this week’s edition of “The Weekly Click”! Take a look at this week’s interesting links and continue the conversation. Enjoy! What FableVisionaries are clicking on, reading, and talking about this week:
Children’s Television Separated by a Common Language: Sesame Street Great blog that focuses on the differences between the language/culture in the United States and Great Britain. This post has some interesting discussion on children’s books and television programs from the two countries. (The blogger’s daughter is named Grover, which can make things confusing!)
Child Development/Education iPad 2 Could Level Playing Field For Learning Interesting article on how the iPad 2 might have a unique impact on education in the future.
Cool New Apps/Games URL Hunter Game New game that uses the URL bar as the game screen! (Requires modern browser - Safari, Chrome)
BrainFreeze Entertainment Launches Children’s Reader App New app “Goosed Up Rhymes” creates a fully animated, highly interactive experience that will raise the bar and deliver lots of entertainment.
Design/Animation Comic Strip Based On Roald Dahl’s Matilda Cartoonist Aaron Renier created this comic based on Roald Dahl’s Matilda. A great tribute to the original illustrations done by Quentin Blake.
2011 Interactive Annual Winners This year’s winners of the Communication Arts annual interactive competition. The winners fell into the categories of Advertising, Information Design, Entertainment, Self-Promotion, and Experimental.
Flash Adobe Releases Flash to HTML Conversion Tool A new tool from Adobe (pre-release) called Wallaby that can convert files from Flash to HTML5. Definitely something to keep an eye on!
Grab Bag! Ultimate Pirate Ship Bedroom One of the coolest bedrooms that we have ever seen, complete with a spiral slide!
Cool Schooling: Education Around the World Blog by FableVisionary Bill’s niece Aminah for her 6th grade class focusing on “Students Around the World”. Check it out! And if you have any children in grades K-12, have them fill out her survey here: Students Around The World Survey