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  • 2Simple Early Learning Software Center
    2Simple Early Learning Toolkit is an award winning suite of software designed to support children from age 3 to 7 as they explore drawing, writing, graphing and charting in an easy to use manner. Mircosoft Office for the kindergarten! Call sales office on 989-835-3526 for more information.

  • Computer Education For Kids
    Young children will typically begin to show an interest in the home PC by their toddler years. While it is may be a good idea to begin introducing your toddler to the computer in very short sessions, most children can began to learn and understand a computer’s functionality by preschool age.

  • Computer Lessons About Hardware and Software ...
    Grab your pencil and test your knowledge of computers with these challenging worksheets!

  • Computers and Young Children
    The effect of computer software on preschool children's developmental gains.

  • CyberGarden - Computer Education for Kids
    Computer education for children ages 3-12. Upgrading your child's future. Providing quality, technology education to children since 1997.

  • Kids and Computers
    The Kids and Computers page is a collection of resources for designers, producers, researchers, and practitioners of interactive media for children and adolescents.

  • KidsVision.com
    KidsVision specializes in high quality, secure Internet video products and services developed specifically for parents and child care providers.

  • SurfBuddies Internet Access Products for Kids
    SurfBuddies specializes in the creation of Child Safe internet access products. Our products are designed with total child internet safety in mind. Just as important is the fact that they are fun and easy for a child to use.

  • Filtered Internet Access For Families
    A family filtered ISP. We block offensive material at the server before it enters your home. Includes screening of web sites and email. Keep your kids safe. Keep childrens and whole family free of offensive materials on the internet.

  • A Parents' Guide to the Internet
    The one-stop for parents, teachers and educators, librarians, law enforcement, journalists, child advocacy who want to enjoy cyberspace, safely. Huge women news field resource.

  • Buddy Project
    Buddy2 develops and facilitates leading edge learning projects in K-12 school communities to increase student achievement using technology in anytime, anywhere settings.

  • Computer Clubhouse
    The Computer Clubhouse provides a creative and safe after-school learning environment where young people from underserved communities work with adult mentors to explore their own ideas, develop skills, and build confidence in themselves through the use of technology.

  • Computer Ergonomics for Elementary Schools
    Computer Ergonomics is about things that you can do to make working on a computer more comfortable and better for your body.

  • Custom Computers for Kids
    Custom Computers for Kids is a consulting service that deals solely with the computer needs of children. The company handles hardware/software selection and purchasing, custom configurations, home delivery & setup, plus ongoing technical support. Services are provided to both a local and national clientele.

  • Education & Computer Connection
    Education & Computer Connection Newsletter is a valuable source of information for educators, parents and students who use technology and the internet to enhance learning.

  • Education World
    Discover 'What's in the Box?' Programs that teach students how to build, repair, and maintain computers have become more commonplace as school officials discover the growing need for workers with hands-on technical skills. Learn about some of those programs in this Education World story. Included: Four programs that work!

  • Futurekids International
    Futurekids, Inc. is a leading educational technology solutions provider offering services in the U.S. and 75 countries worldwide. Using its proprietary technology curricula, its technology infused content-based curricula, and its 18 years of experience in teaching children, teachers and adults to use technology to improve their respective lives, the company now works directly with schools as well as through learning centers operated by affiliates and partners to effectively integrate technology for the direct purpose of improving student performance.

  • Kids, Computers and ergonomics
    Children in elementary schools may be placed at risk by computer workstations that have been designed with little or no regard for musculoskeletal development, according to a Cornell University study.

  • Learning.Com
    Learning.com is committed to helping K-12 students gain vital computers skills. The EasyTech Instructional System gives students hands-on experience with computer technology while fully aligning with the National Educational Technology Standards (NETS).

  • Learning Technology Partnership
    Arizona's Learning Technology Partnership is a stakeholder coalition organization under the umbrella of the Governor's Strategic Partnership for Economic Development (GSPED) that is dedicated to revitalizing learning throughout Arizona with advanced education technologies.

  • Magic Math Kingdom
    The kids can learn mathematics in a friendly atmosphere accompanied by natural animals and/or worms. In addition, the overall comprehensive game is provided, which work to enhance children's motivation and lead to effective CAI.

  • National Center to Improve Practice
    The National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (NCIPC) is the lead federal agency for injury prevention, NCIPC works closely with other federal agencies; national, state, and local organizations; state and local health departments; and research institutions.

  • National Educational Computing Association
    National Educational Computing Association (NECA) is to advance educational philosophies, practices, policies, and research that focus on the appropriate use of current and emerging technologies to empower all individuals to reach their full potential. The primary vehicle is the National Educational Computing Conference (NECC) for those interested in improving teaching and learning with technology in K-12 and teacher education.

  • Net Nanny
    Learn about Net Nanny, a popular filtering software that keeps kids from seeing sites believed to be inappropriate by their parents and the online community.

  • Safe Kids Online
    Welcome to SafeKids.Com where you'll find tips, advice and suggestions to make your family's online experience fun and productive!

  • Software Rating Guide
    How We Rate Software: About the Ratings, and CSR's Software Evaluation Instrument Here's the evaluation instrument that we use to do our full-length reviews (below). The six categories help you keep in mind what it takes to make a quality children's software title.

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