LINKS & RESOURCES
Ballet schools in the United States (Wikipedia)
Joffrey Ballet School – only ballet school in New York City that offers a well-rounded dance curriculum that includes serious training in both classical ballet (technique, pointe, variations, adagio, men’s classes) and contemporary ballet (technique, improvisation, partnering).
New American Youth Ballet – Small classes, personal attention, expert teaching. Expertly directed by Elizabeth Flores, who was voted 2008 Dance Teacher of the Year by Dance Teacher Magazine
Buying Ballet Clothing and Ballet Slippers
Background of Ballet – history of ballet dance form including classical, neoclassical and contemporary ballet.
American Ballet Theatre – all about this renowned theatre company that plays at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City and other venues.
Girls Hoops Online – online basketball training and information resource
U.S. Junior Championships – USJN is one of the longest-running organizations in girls’ basketball, running tournaments across the country since the 1980s
Basketball Summer Camps for Kids and Teens at “MySummerCamp.com”
Pirates of the Caribbean
Piratesinfo.com – Everything you’d want to know about the history of piracy along with books, multimedia, community and forums.
Annie Silverjinks’s Pirate Kingdom, the Pirate Site for Kids
KidznSnow – Winter Family Travel & Adventure including kid’s winter gear for skiing, snowboarding, cross country skiing and sledding.
Detective/Spy Information – buying detective paraphernalia for the amateur detective and spy artifacts
Private Eye Detective Party – instructions and suggestions for having your own private eye party.
The Spy Corner – spy paraphernalia
Mystery Detective Kit – analyze evidence through scientific testing. Learn how to identify mysterious substances. Perform chromatography and use litmus paper to test for acids and bases. Investigate crime scene clues, identify suspects and analyze motives with this fun and mind expanding kit!
International Spy Museum — The International Spy Museum is the first and only public museum in the United States solely dedicated to espionage and the only one in the world to provide a global perspective on this all-but-invisible profession. It features the largest collection of international spy-related artifacts ever placed on public display. The stories of individual spies, told through film, interactives, and state-of-the-art exhibits, provide a dynamic context to foster an understanding of espionage and its impact on current and historic events.