Kids Explore, Express and Exchange on the Internet

Berger, Pam
December 2004
Information Searcher;2004, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p1
Academic Journal
Presents information about the Web site MaMaMedia.com that is dedicated to children between the age 5 and 12. Icons with small caption explaining what they contain; Tools for kids to create their own stories, plays, artwork, inventions and characters; Contention that kids are motivated by sharing their creation with others; Advantage of kids' natural passion for learning and discovery; Claim that the Internet can be an ideal learning environment for open-ended discovery; Expansion of the notion of a tool into infinite dimensions with its veritable warehouse of creative instruments.


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