Hey, ya'll. What do you use for the little ones? I'm a big fan of the uptoten.com site (Boowa and Kwala in particular!--their free "200 activities in 50" lessons is free for schools simply upon email request) and as many freeware solutions as I can get my hands on. DrawingForChildren for art, MoSoft's Tangrams (no longer free but acquired free years ago) and StackerBlocks for visual manipulation, and our "webliographer" for an interactive links database that serves as the start page for my kids in the lab and at home.
I'm reeeeeeeeeeeeeeally glad you're here and I hope to take part in an upcoming 'cast. Google those podcasts in my sig if you want to know more about what I'm up to. Cheers!!!