Tag Archives: WildTangent Studios Wednesdays

WTS Wednesday – Classic Literature – Free For You And Your Kids! (And Perfect For Your Next Road Trip)

Hello ‘Tangenter! Did you know that there is an easy and free way to find great literature to read and it’s accessible right from home?! Welcome to Project Gutenberg! Project Gutenberg is an amazingly liberating idea. Their goal is to make classic, public domain works available to everyone*! How cool is that?   They even […]

WTS Wednesdays – Want To PlayThe License Plate Game?

Hi ‘Tangenters, Even though summer (in the Northern Hemisphere) is ending… we still have some road trip fun up our sleeves. Maybe you can use the road trip activities when visiting family for the holidays. Or, for keeping the kids occupied as you drive around town! I’m sure everyone, at some point, has played the […]

WTS Wednesdays – It’s WildTangentian – A Secret Language!

Hello, ‘Tangenter! Did you ever speak pig latin as a kid and think it was the coolest thing? It was a fast, easy secret language that… well, that everyone knew! Practicing and speaking a super-secret language is a fun activity for a road trip… and it doesn’t require any supplies! It’s great for someone who […]

WTS Wednesdays – I Bet You’ve Seen A Black Arrow-Headed Snake!

Hello, ‘Tangenters! Who’s going on a road trip this year? Road trips are fun, economical goodness. Y’know, with all the creepy rest stop bathrooms that should require a hazmat suit (and so you choose to hold it or sneakily go in the bushes, instead) and all the are-we-there-yets and the guarantee that someone will get carsick. In my […]

WTS Wednesday – What Does A Seattle Local Eat For Lunch?

Hello ‘Tangenter! Have you ever daydreamed about being a Seattleite? Let me tell you – it’s all about socks with sandals, jeans at the opera, coffee jitters 24/7, Gore-Tex and squinting in confusion at the sun when it does come out. It’s glamorous. Now, the most important thing – what do real Seattleites eat? Take […]

WTS Wednesdays – Penguins! and Polar Bear Trivia! – 7/10/13

If you’re an animal nut (or know someone who is) then you’ll love the University of Michigan Animal Diversity Web. They’ve done an amazing job of collecting information and photos of different animals from all over the world. And, you can see how they’re classified and what the naming conventions are. So cool! Can you […]