A Holocaust Mini-Catalog: Children of the Holocaust, Tools for Teachers is full of classroom resources for teachers interested in developing lesson plans about the Holocaust years.
Sponsored by the Anti-Defamation League, the catalogue has ordering information for publications, books written for and by children, videos, curriculum guides, newspapers, magazines, and CD-ROMs containing stories of children who were hidden during the Holocaust. For a free copy, call 800/343-5540. Fax 201/652-1973.
Learning Art Early
Young Children and the Arts: Making Creative Connections, offered by the Council of Chief State School Officers, can help parents and teachers develop art-based early childhood programs. $1.50 per copy for up to 10 copies. For details, call 202/336-7016. On the Web, go to http://aep-arts.org and look for "Arts Education Partnership" in the Highlights section.
Concerned about impact of TV violence and commercialism on kids? Check out the Family and Community Critical Viewing Project's new videos and workbook, offered free.
Contact your local cable company or write to the National Cable Television Association, 1724 Massachusetts Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20036. On the Web: www.pta.org/ programs/cvday.htm.