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  • Adventures with Posnayko
    Adventures with Posnayko - an online educational magazine for children 4 - 7. A fun way to learn - cool games, stories, pictures, jokes, and music. A family friendly site - no chat, no violence, and no advertising. Kids and parents love it!

  • ARTS EDGE
    ARTSEDGE: Linking Arts and Education Through Technology. The National Arts and Education Information Network helps artists, teachers, and students gain access to and/or share information, resources, and ideas that support the arts as a core subject area in the K-12 curriculum. Site includes news, curricula, interactive opportunities for students, and a searchable database of arts education directories.

  • Colorwize FREE Career and Personality Test
    Find out the top 40 careers (of 430) that correspond with your exact color signature. Also your personality type. Based on 14 years of research.

  • Culture for Kids
    Culture for Kids! We are committed to making your educational efforts easier. Our mission is to be the best global resource for teaching about languages and cultures.

  • David's Workshop for Math
    David's Workshop for Math provides interactive drill in basic arithmetic, from simple addition to long division including optional decimals and signed numbers. It is designed to replace paper arithmetic assignments and remove a layer of tedium from the learning process for both the teacher (or parent) and student.

  • Digital Kidz - Big technology for Little people!
    Digital Kidz is dedicated to providing technology to children to stimulate their learning experience and meet their growing needs.

  • FunBrain
    FunBrain.com is the location for interactive, educational games for children of all ages. FunBrain also offers teacher/parent guides to FunBrain games, and free downloads. Search for a game by grade level (Pre-K - 12), title, and subject (math, science, reading). FunBrain's educational resources utilize games and tools to teach everything from how to build Web pages in HTML to how to spell with Spellaroo.

  • gokidding
    has a collection of games,puzzles,coloring sheets, activities,downloadables, math learning and more.

  • Greeting India
    This site is an introduction for kids and adults alike. It provides information on India, including the country's government, history, food, culture, art, economy, and much more. There are also maps, quick facts, and Indian recipes to try.

  • Kid Fun
    Free children's crafts, coloring pages, worksheets, and lesson plans.

  • KidSafe USA - Teaching Child Safety
    Teaches personal safety education to kids,teens, and parents

  • Kids Cafe
    PatentCafe is to deliver the world's absolute best information and resources related to the creation, protection and comercialization of intellectual property.

  • Kids Castle
    Access articles, facts, and photos for kids relating to famous figures in the arts. Learn about music, sculpture, painting, creative writing, and other arts.

  • Learning with Googol Kids
    Googols of fun for the whole family. The Googol Power Math Series provides educational audio CD's and DVD's teaching children math (and more) in an amazing musical approach to layered learning.

  • Magic Lark Learning
    Resources to help make learning fun, including a free quarterly online journal of poetry and stories for children.

  • PAPA INK
    The International Children's Art Archive. Papalink collects and exhibits historical collections of children's art, works by contemporary children worldwide and the childhood works of professional artists.

  • Play Time Canada
    Play Time Canada is a site for kids to have fun, read, play and colour.

  • Preschool Learning & Childhood Development
    Preschool learning online provides preschool learning activities for kids, lesson plans for kids, coloring pages and printables, professional preschool curriculums, preschool art, science and more for teaching kids.

  • Reading and Writing With KidAuthors
    KidAuthors.com allows kids to post their stories and poems on the world wide web and also allows them to read other stories and poems posted by children around the world. This encourages kids to be creative, improve their reading and writing skills and allows them to show of their work to friends and family around the globe.

  • SMITHSONIAN EDUCATION ON THE WEB
    This site, for teachers, parents, students, emphasizes inquiry-based learning with primary sources and museum collections. Lessons and activities are for upper-elementary and middle school students.

  • The Bully
    Bullies are a growing problem in our schools and neighborhoods. The Bully addresses the issue of bullies in the school and gives helpful suggestions to both parents and children on how to deal with the stressful situation in a positive manner. The Bully book is illustrated with child-oriented graphics that encourages children to read the book for themselves, and it includes a short quiz with helpful feedback for both parents and children. The pages can be printed and used as a coloring book while the material is discussed in a non-threatening manner.

  • The Chevron Cars Learn Section
    The Chevron Cars Learn section is a fun and educational based site for children, parents and educators alike. The site offers over 1,000 educational articles that have been categorized into subjects. Questions have been written to coincide with these articles and 2 games are offered to excite children (and adults) about learning. In the Know-It-All section, you can grow your brain and print certificates of achievement for your progress. The Answering Machine game awards a prize to the top scorer every month.

  • worksheets and arts and craft kits for preschoolers
    worksheets for every letter of the alphabet, upper and lower case, numbers and counting coloring pages, coloring books about animals, calendars to color and learn about the days, weeks and months, colorful shape books, stickers, toys and arts and craft kits ordered through Oriental Trading. It is season appropriate and holiday appropriate based on the individual child. Personalized for your child.

  • YouthPlay--How I Choose to Play is Serious Business
    Resources for young people and adults who are involved in the development of youth of all ages. YouthPlay is a hub that links to hundreds of Internet resources (almost all free) targeting the development of young people. These resources include math, science, reading, language arts and social studies skill development; career exploration; training and education; financial aid; good, safe, fun stuff; guidance for adults; and more.

  • 10 Acres Backyard
    Learn all about a Dairy Farm - 10 Acres Backyard - Bringing our farm to everyone. This is a family dairy farm in Kentucky . The cows are real and the records on them are accurate . They are tested monthly and that is when the newsletter is sent out . Our main goal with this website is to teach you more about a farmers life , the good and the bad and maybe have a little fun in the process . Five generations ago my family moved to Kentucky from Maryland and have been milking cows here ever since . My name is Stuart Mattingly , I am 38 years old . My wife and I run this farm now along with our four kids . My father is retired but still helps out alot . The idea of the family dairy farm is becoming a thing of the past . Farming has become more of a big buisiness and it's getting tougher for the smaller guys like us to stay profitable . But God willing we will be milking cows here another hundred years.

  • AADAC Teen Drug and Alcohol Site
    Great on-line interactive site with loads of fun games and animation for teens dealing with issues of drug and alcohol abuse prevention

  • ABClassroom
    ABClassroom and Kelsea's Classroom are programs to help children improve their computer, mouse and keyboard skills along with an alphabet learning experience.

  • About Light Houses
    Facts, photos and more about Light Houses.

  • About's Language Arts for Kids
    Learn all about language, literature, reading, writing, spelling, grammar and more for kids. You can also find free post cards, daily quotes and prompts, a place to publish original work, forum, free newsletters, lesson plans, and many more.

  • A Bus Load of Links For Kids
    Christian Links, Cooking, Craft Links, Educational Links, Fun Links, Magazine Links, Museum Links, Mystery Links, Outdoor Links.

  • Africa Online
    A wonderful resource for kids who want to learn about Africa.

  • Air Force Crossroads
    Welcome to the Teens & Youth section of Air Force Crossroads. Hope you came ready to have fun because this section has tons to offer both kids and teenagers alike.

  • A Kids Eye Safety Guide
    An interactive guide for kids to learn how to prevent eye Injury.

  • Amanda Bennett's Unit Study Adventures
    Amanda Bennett has designed unit lessons specifically for home-schoolers, but helpful to any teacher. Do you want to teach your children about computers, baseball or gardening? Find out how to make unit studies exciting and challenging.

  • Amazing Kids!
    Amazing Kids! is dedicated to inspiring excellence in children. We base this mission on the belief that every child has the potential to be "amazing" in her or his own way. We believe it is through the realization of this potential that children will be able to live more productive and satisfying lives.

  • A School Zone
    A collection of links to help with the homework.

  • A to Z Kids Stuff
    Welcome to The A to Z Kids Stuff site. On this site you will find activities for Pre-School and School-Age children.

  • A to Z Kids Stuff
    Great and varied learning activities - animals, gardens, science - for the pre-school crowd.

  • Awesome Library
    The Awesome Library organizes the Web with 14,000 carefully reviewed resources, including the top 5 percent in education.

  • Babloo
    BABLOO Site for kids and adults with a kid in them.

  • Be A Creature!
    To make your own personalized creature adventure, all you need to do is enter in the words of your choice according to each description. The results are sure to be surprisingly funny!

  • Ben's Guide To U.S. Government
    A tutorial about the U.S. government designed for young kids.

  • Bible Quizzes
    The following is a complete list of the available quizzes.

  • Bing Puddlepot
    Find Things for kids to read, do, and use.

  • Blue Mountains for Kids
    At Blue Mountains for Kids you will find fascinating information and fun, educational activities in the Blue Mountains for families and schools, especially written for children by a teacher.

  • BrainPOP - Health
    For kids - all about your body and how it works.

  • Brain Pop - Technology
    All about technilogical discoveries, inventions and innovations.

  • Building Rainbows Book Reviews
    Children can read and contribute book reviews for books that they have read.

  • Bureau of Labor Statistics
    Kids can select an area that interests them to find information about job requirements and where to find more information.

  • California Dreaming Kids Site
    California Dreaming entertainment presentation for kids. featuring free kids clipart, free kids animations, free kids software, and free kids games.

  • CBC 4 Kids
    CBC4Kids is an Educational & Fun site for Kids. It includes details of the television show and a video clip.

  • Celebrating Peace
    Awesome peacemaking resources for children and their families.

  • ChennaiKids.com
    Chennaikids.com is a content rich web site with a lot of useful, meaningful and valid information for and on kids primarily upto the age of 12.

  • Child Friendly Initiative
    Child-Friendly means welcoming children into the community: the stores, government offices, public transit and other public spaces that make up our cities and towns.

  • Children's Magazine Guide
    Children's Magazine Guide, a Subject Index to Children's Magazines & Web sites, has long been the ultimate magazine index for elementary and middle-school students, but our website is brand new! Coverage now includes 58 popular children's magazines and every issue includes citations to carefully selected Web sites. For example, references to magazine articles on fairy tales are accompanied by annotations recommending the fairy tale section of Childrenstory.com. Children might also be alerted to additional information about prevention of drug abuse at www.dare.com. This popular skill-building resource quickly guides children to the magazine articles and web resources they need for school assignments...or just for fun! They feel confident using it and take pride in finding information on their own!

  • ChildrensMinistry.net
    The Biggest and Best Children's Ministry Resources on the Web.

  • Children's Playroom
    A general children's educational/entertain website.

  • Christmas - From Worldbook
    Christmas is a happy, festive time filled with great spiritual significance. Next to Easter, Christmas is the most important holiday of the year for Christians. Customs differ around the world for observing Christmas, but they all center on celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ.

  • Christmas Traditions in France and Canada
    All about French and Canadian family celebrations, religious ceremonies, communal festivities, and the origins of Christmas.

  • Cleanup for Kids
    If you're a student who'd like to learn more about oil spills or hazardous chemical accidents, here is information we hope you'll find helpful.

  • Climb Creative Learning in My Backyard
    An Ohio Group dedicated to enriching childrens lives thru education and activities. Field trips, educational links and calendar of events.

  • Come to Your Senses
    Click any of the links on the navigation bar located on the left-hand side of your screen. You can click on Mr. Potato Head's eyes, nose, hands, mouth or ears to learn more about each of the five senses.

  • CTW Family Workshop
    Stories, games, puzzles and more can be found at the Official Home of Sesame Street on the Web. This place makes learning fun.

  • CTW - Kid City
    This site is just for kids from The Children's Television Workshop.

  • Culture/Knowledge Games
    A variety of educational games for kids of all ages.

  • Cyberbee Curriculum Ideas
    Now that I have a connection to the Internet, what do I do with it? This is a very valid question that is asked hundreds of times on listservs, at conferences, and in school faculty meetings. Common statements range from I don't have time to do one more thing to where do I go for examples? This page is dedicated to examples of how the Web can be used in the classroom.

  • Cyber Citizen Awareness
    The Cybercitizen Awareness Program educates children and young adults on the danger and consequences of cyber crime. By reaching out to parents and teachers, the program is designed to establish a broad sense of responsibility and community in an effort to develop smart, ethical and socially conscious online behavior in young people.<

  • CyberSchoolBus Elementary Planet
    Lots of fun games about our planet and the people and all the countries from the United Nations web site.

  • Discovery Kids
    Real Kids, Real Adventures. These true stories tell of brave, ordinary kids who have come face-to-face with danger and taken bold action to save themselves or others.

  • Discovery Kids
    Welcome to Discovery Kids. When we said The Adventure Starts Here we weren't kidding. We've put together a whole site about adventure and the adventures we think you should try.

  • Doodle Studio
    A great Art Educational site for children, parents and teachers that is unlike any other educational site on the web.

  • Dositey Education Learning Site
    Dositey.com is an educational website serving the students, teachers, and parents of the K-12 community.

  • Double JH Educational Resource Links
    Help with lesson plans, webquests, and other resources for busy teachers and homeschooling parents. Student homework help, kid's acvtivities, and games, too.

  • Dragonfly
    The Dragonfly learning Web Pages. .

  • Drawing Lessons for Homeschooling
    HomeSchoolArts is dedicated to the teaching and instruction of the visual arts on line to all that would be interested be they a, beginner, intermediate or advanced student.

  • Dr. Labush's Links to Learning
    Over 1000 well-organized links for teachers, students and parents. Including an original enrichment program, LEARN A LITTLE MORE. Activities and ideas provided. Other pages include EARLY LEARNING, REFERENCES, ANIMALS,and EVERGLADES

  • Earth Words - educational
    Do you know what a bicycle is in Russian? Choose from 20 languages, and learn 10 words in it...very basic language translation.

  • EasyType
    EasyType is a new, free, comprehensive, online typing instruction program. It's a great way to learn to type for kids of all ages!

  • EBD Kids Activities
    Numerous educational and fun activities for children. Brought to you by Education By Design.

  • Education 4 Kids
    Come and play educational games at this site just for kids. These practice drills for math, language arts, history and science will help you study in fun and exciting ways.

  • Education by Design Online Activities for Kids
    Interactive, educational activities for kids. Scrambler puzzles, publish stories and jokes online and play maths games.

  • Education Place
    Welcome to Education Place, the comprehensive Web site produced by Houghton Mifflin School Division which publishes a variety of educational materials, including textbooks, resource materials, and technology, for K-8 teachers and students. Launched in January 1996, Education Place is the longest running Web site of any educational publisher. With more than 18,000 pages of engaging content to explore, visitors to award-winning Education Place can delve further into the subjects they most enjoy to find helpful teaching resources, educational games, discussion forums, and more.

  • EduFly
    Welcome to EduFly, a unique, ever-growing resource hub, constantly being improved upon and added to by you, the educator.

  • Enchanted Learning
    A fun and educational site dealing with animals, mammals, dinosaurs and more.

  • Energy Quest
    A kid-oriented learning site about energy issues.

  • EveryDay Spelling
    Great tips to improve your spelling, broken down by grade level.

  • Explore the States
    Click on the name of the state you want to explore and learn all you want about it.

  • Exworthy Educational Links
    Exworthy Educational Links is a searchable library of Web resources for parents, teachers, and students. Updated regularly, this site contains detailed site descriptions and integration ideas for technology coordinators, staff development presenters, homeschoolers, Web site creators, and K-12 teachers.

  • EZ School.Com
    Makes learning fun for kids with interactive games, tutorials, individual and group assignments. Focuses on improving students' grades, with easy assessment, communication and accountability.

  • EZSchool - The Premier Education Portal!
    Provides free worksheets, games, tutorials and online activities for kids, teachers and parents.

  • Fables Online
    Fables Online has been created to be both an educational and entertaining website. Through our Five major areas (Myths And Legends)(Heroes And Villians)(Fun And Games)(The Reading Room)(The Internet) we hope to get all of our visitors excited about literature and the enormous worlds of Knowledge and Imagination contained within Books.

  • Fact Monster
    Fact Monster combines essential reference materials, fun facts and features,and free, individualized homework help. From the dinosaurs to the stockmarket to the latest on Harry Potter, Fact Monster has the information kidsare seeking, all in one easy-to-use, searchable site.

  • FamilyEdge
    FamilyEdge provides today's busy parents and caregivers with a one-stop solution that helps simplify their lives without compromising the quality of their guidance.

  • FDA Kids' Page
    Information about animal care, food safety, vaccines and much more about the Food and Drug Administration.

  • Fitness Fever
    Play games, activities, and puzzles while learning about fitness, strong bodies, and healthy living for kids.

  • Flossie's Smile and Tooth Fairy Clip Art
    Flossie's pages contain smile, dental and Tooth Fairy related graphics, clip art, pictures, animations, art & drawings that you may use in your school reports, non-commercial web pages, etc.

  • Freedom Knot
    A cool interactive site using "flash technology," to teach children to tie their shoes.

  • Fundooz
    Fundooz.com is a premier Kids portal. Here you will find information related to kids and some online games , contests , place where you can send your contribution, manage your diary and learn more from Fundooz

  • Fun For Brains
    Fun For Brains is full of learning activities, games, songs, stories, videos and so much more!

  • GameGoo - Learning that Sticks
    Gooey characters to play games that help students in grades K-2 develop early reading skills.

  • Garden of Learning Developmental Center
    Site for homeschool and daycare resources. Lots of fun activities ,worksheets, coloring pages, ABC's, 123's etc.

  • Global Study Hall
    A site with information for students. It has education news, links to research sites, WebEx web conferencing links, discussions groups, and a whole lot more help for the older student.

  • Good Green Fun
    Music and rainforest ecology for children of all ages.

  • GPUKids
    GPU is proud to present our popular interactive web site designed specifically for teachers and students. This site features energy-related games, activities, experiments, downloadable teaching modules and lesson plans on a variety of energy, electrical safety, energy conservation and environment-related topics.

  • Grab A Bag & Go
    Grab a Bag & Go was created by Gay Evans, Kindergarten teacher and mother of four. The purpose of creating these packets was to provide children with fun, developmentally appropriate "homework activities," that would extend and reinforce classroom curriculum. A mentor teacher with emphasis in early learning and child development, Gay's vision is to provide teachers, and/or "home school" parents with a learning resource for students in Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, and First Grade.

  • Grammar Bytes
    Grammar explanations, handouts for teachers and students, and interactive exercises.

  • Great Sites For Kids
    Great Sites For Kids was created to help parents and teachers find fun and educational websites for kids.

  • Green Park Gang
    George is helping his friends in the Green Park Gang to learn all about SAFETY and he would like YOU to learn about SAFETY too.

  • Grid Club
    A site for 7-11 year olds with free educational games, an online thesaurus, dictionary and atlas, plus online clubs for children to chat safely to other kids who share their interests.

  • Growing Pains
    Growing Pains is the most enlightening 10 part series for kids ages of 5-12. It is an interactive mode of learning with parents and educators planfully working with children to plant the seeds of their future successes.

  • Homeschool Huskies and Ponies
    This is a great study program for one child, a large family or a group Co-Op. Your homeschool student(s) can study history and science in a club-like atmosphere, complete with iron-on merit patches, crafts and learning activities. It works similar to boy/girl scout merit patches, but is a serious study of history and science

  • Homeschool of Fish
    JUMP into HOMESCHOOLING with us Fishies! Homeschoolers "swim" in a different ocean!

  • HomeworkCentral
    HomeworkCentral.com will make up the "Best of Web" portion of bigchalk.com, and will continue to build the best Internet study, research and resource collections.

  • How Do You Feel?
    Often our faces also help to show how we feel. Here is a face you can change to show different kinds of feelings. Click on the eyebrows, eyes, and mouth to see the different ways a face can look.

  • How to Study
    Clear information on study skills - preparing to study, developing better reading and listening skills, guidelines for creating flash cards, suggestions for further reading.

  • Human Body Unit
    For kids - information and learning links about the human body.

  • InfoKids EasySites
    Family site for kids, teens, parents and the whole family combining information on fun, games, stories, and homework helper.

  • InfoPlease.com
    Complete on Line Almanac and Information Center for Kids, great for homework.

  • Inquire Ohio
    A click on the compass moves you around a virtual laboratory where kids encounter numerous fascinating subjects.

  • Interactive News For Kids
    Welcome to iNK Interactive News For Kids

  • Interweb Schoolhouse
    We do striveto select up-to-date educational, professional, and wholesome, family-oriented links and resources

  • Jiskha Homework Help
    Homework help, school help, reference, experts, guidance, advice, and more.

  • John Deere: Kids Corner
    Storybooks and coloring pages from this company that makes tractors.

  • Junior Achievement
    Junior Achievement educates and inspires young people to value free enterprise, business and economics to improve the quality of their lives.

  • KBears.com
    kbears.com has fun interactive worlds, fun, online, educational games.

  • Kidde Safety Education Center
    Captain Kidde teaches kids about home fire safety and prevention through interactive games, puzzles, and quizzes.

  • Kidd Safety
    Play games with Kidd Safety while learning safety tips for home and play. From the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

  • Kiddy Network
    Kiddy Network provides online learning, educational resources, games and community tools. You will find rich contents and learning software to help children in their study and self-improvement

  • KidExplorers
    The Kid Explorers Rain Forest is educational, nonprofit and kid safe

  • KidGrid
    General resources for parents and kids.

  • Kids Active Uk
    Kidsactive - homepage - play and opportunity for disabled children

  • Kids Can Learn
    Helping parents, teachers, and homeschoolers help kids become motivated students--from kindergarten to primary to secondary schools!

  • Kids' Class Mate
    Provides colorful math, science, communication, and music activities designed for pre-schoolers.

  • KIDSCLICK
    Developed and organized by librarians, KidsClick! contains over 1800 links.

  • Kids Edge
    Our mission is to help children build the fundamental skills they need to succeed in school and in life, and to provide caregivers (parents, grandparents, and teachers) with state-of-the-art tools to help children realize their potential.

  • Kids Excellent Web Links
    A huge collection of safe links for children, families and schools, broken into categories, created by a very enthusiastic teacher!

  • Kids Fun Zone- Downey Adventist Church
    Welcome to Kids Fun Zone. Have Fun.

  • Kids Khazana
    elcome to the Fun and Learning Zone of Kidskhazana.com

  • Kids Korner Network
    A safe, educational, entertaining website for children, ages 0-12.

  • Kids Link UK
    KIDSLINK is a Safe Haven with over 11,000 educational safe internet links for Kids and Teens, to - homework,schoolwork,teacher resources,fun and games etc.

  • KidsNewsRoom.com
    Kidsnewsroom.com provides children with a safe, kid-friendly Internet site loaded with stories, pictures, contests and opportunities for learning.

  • Kids Next Door
    Where Kids can learn miore about been good citizens.

  • Kids Online Magazine
    The magazine where kids write the stories! Kids can read stories and see artwork by other kids, and then send in their own. There's also fun contests to participate in.

  • Kids Only Page for Learning
    Super places to find the help you need for your homework, papers, etc.From grades K thru college! Choosing from over 300 web sites and e-mail addresses, users can find experts to answer questions on everything from the Amish to zookeeping.

  • Kids' Place
    Free games, activities, and resources for students studying math, reading, social studies, and science.

  • Kids Playroom
    Welcome to a Universal World of Fun where your imagination is the limit! Come along with Woody Woodpecker and his friends in a wide assortment of fun-filled games for the entire family!

  • Kids Recess
    Recess is dedicated to providing children with a safe place in which to explore the internet.

  • Kids Voting
    KIDS VOTING is an innovative non-partisan nonprofit program for all Mecklenburg County students in grades K-12. Kids in 200 public and independent schools learn about citizenship, public policy and the election process through KIDS VOTING lessons in school.

  • Kids Web
    Kid's Web goal is to present students with a subset of the Web that is very simple to navigate, and contains information targeted at the K-12 level. Each subject section, contains a list of links to information that is understandable and interesting to school kids.

  • Kids World
    Children will have fun learning about the Environment, Rainforests, Endangered Species and our Universe.

  • Kid Wizard
    Welcome! Kid Wizard is a fun, educational place where kids ages six to twelve can play games, solve mysteries, make decisions in the interactive story, and find out that magic does exist.

  • Kidz Eyes
    Kidzeyes.com, where kids tell us what's on their minds--and get free stuff for doing it! With each survey you complete, you'll earn valuable points that you can turn in for cash and/or prizes .

  • Kidzone Fun Facts For Kids
    This is a very educational and enjoybale activity site for kids: learn and play with animals, planets, magic, words, etc..

  • Kinderart Littles
    Early childhood activities and lessons designed to help bring out the creativity in your little ones as they learn. Choose from a wide variety of theme based ideas including: Alphabet/Pre-Writing, Color, Imagination/Play, Music, Numbers/Math, Oceans/Lakes, Recipes, Safety and Science/Nature.

  • Kinder Klicks Newsletter
    A daily newsletter for preschoolers through age 7 and their parents. We offer lessons, games, crafts and other links to safe sites on the web that will assist the young child in educational development.

  • Know It All
    This is the place to be when your next homework assignment comes along! You can find out things like, "How gasoline makes its trip from deep in the ground all the way into your gas tank."

  • KnowledgeBears.com
    Play games, discover the animal world, and a fully interactive universe and a place to discover artists.

  • LanaKids
    Did you know that your dog can give you poison ivy? Or, that you attract mosquitoes with every breath you exhale? Maybe this all sounds a little buggy, but I know something for sure - there's definitely a buzz in the air! That's because all of those pesky bees and mosquitoes are back for the warm weather! But, take it from me, the skeeter expert who knows how to outsmart these little critters, there is a way to avoid them and other "pests" throughout the spring/summer season: knowledge. (Information about the kinds of things that may cause you to itch and scratch during the summer)

  • Language Adventure Quiz
    Choose your language quiz. Then you will hear a word or phrase in that language. Click on the picture that matches what you hear. Very basic for young language learners.

  • Learn English, Learn Spanish, Learn Chinese, Learn Japanese
    FREE easy, fun,multimedia online games for learning ABC's and foundational vocabulary. Kids master White through Black Belt in a gentle 'martial arts school for the mind' . Great for beginner language learners of all ages (we even play it with our 2 year old!) . 4 to 5 year olds can play on their own. Subscriptions available (starting at only $5.50 for 3 months)

  • Learning Partners
    Simple approaches to teaching your child a number of topics from math and history to using the library and geography.

  • Learning Web
    Welcome to the Learning Web, a portion of the USGS web dedicated to K-12 education, exploration, and life-long learning.

  • Learn It On The Web
    Reviews of well designed, well constructed websites with substantive educational value. Most sites reviewed include interactive lessons with real time scoring, teacher and student feedback, etc.

  • Learn to be Healthy
    LearntobeHealthy.org, a free, online, health education resource was created to help teachers communicate important health concepts to students in grades K-6, in order to inspire them and their families to make healthy choices that will last a lifetime. Educators and parents have access to an abundance of innovative educational material, including lesson plans, interactive games and activities, webquests and more.

  • Lists of Capital Cities
    Lists of capital cities for all countries in the world and the 50 US states. 1200+ quizzes on these world capital cities and the 50 US states.

  • Lycoszone for Kids
    A very broad educational/entertainment site for kids - includes an encyclopedia, a dictionary, and an atlas.

  • MegaFile
    Educational freeware and shareware games for children who do not read.

  • MiKids
    Mikids.com provides links to many educational sites for kids.

  • Mildan Bear and His Friends
    A safe site for kids to learn and have fun with Mildan Bear and his friends.

  • Miss Finchum's Class
    Kindergarten classroom web page with resource links for instruction and learner activities

  • Montana Kids
    Montana Kids is a Fun page that will teach you more about the state of Montana.

  • Moore Education for Kids
    A place for kids to have fun learning.

  • Mrs. Stevens Kids Corner
    This page by an elementary teacher features biographies, Bible stories, and songs for children.

  • Museums and Learning
    A Guide for Family Visits

  • Myschool
    This is an excellent site for pre-schoolers who will learn here ABC's, 1 2 3 's, rhymes and much more. Enjoy your alphabets and rhymes. Happy learning !!!

  • National Agricultural Statistics Service
    National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) conduct hundreds of surveys and prepare reports covering virtually every facet of U.S. agriculture -- production and supplies of food and fiber, prices paid and received by farmers, farm labor and wages, farm aspects of the industry.

  • National Flag Day Foundation
    The National Flag Day Foundation vision is to educate all Americans of the unifying and patriotic significance of the annual National Pause for the Pledge of Allegiance.

  • Netfundu Fun School
    Fun-Learning hangout for children and young adultes in cyberspace.

  • NetsurfLearning
    Learn English with Interactive Worksheets! 10 Levels from Beginner to Advanced

  • Passport Kids
    What are kids like in other countries? Do they think the way you think? Do they like what you like? Here's your chance to find out. Site in several languages. Kids, ask your parents before signing up for this exchange.

  • Personal Educational Press
    This web site lets you turn your computer and printer into a printing press for free educational materials such as flashcards and game boards. This online tool runs directly off your browser - there are no plug-ins to install, no software to buy. Personal Educational Press can help you teach reading, whether you are a parent, teacher, or tutor.

  • Planet Zoom
    PlanetZoom.com is dedicated to the establishment of entertaining and educational content suitable for children on the Internet. Started in October 1996, PlanetZoom.com currently provides a web site for children consisting of hundreds of pages of content.

  • Playtime for Kids
    Links to sites with information on weather, science, and space.

  • Pre-K Smarties
    An online rsource for parents who want to teach their preschoolers at home with tips for early reading, links to online learning tools, children's software reviews, articles for moms and more.

  • Presidential Trivia for Kids
    Kids, here's a game about the Presidents of the United States. If you get the right answer, you will see one of our art projects.

  • President's Day Websites
    Websites for Teachers, Parents, and Students

  • Project Happy Child
    This directory leads to hundreds of free educational resources on the Internet, including math worksheets, reading systems, accelerated-learning lessons and technology lessons. For homeschooling and other educational learning areas.

  • Public BookShelf
    Public Bookshelf is a collection of books that have passed into the public domain. They are here for your enjoyment! You can download the books in their entirety or skim through the section titles.

  • Rainbow Raccoons
    The Rainbow Raccoons. Fun for Children, educational messages, stories and pictures with four colorful raccoons

  • Readthebooks.com-3D Video Book Reviews for Kids!
    This site offers 3D video book reviews presented by 3d-animated characters. Kids! - Learn about the latest and greatest books from these entertaining hosts!

  • Renis Kids
    Reni's Kids - The CPK Preschool

  • Room 108
    Room 108 is an educational activity center for kids. The kids stories make this site unique. The stories have sound and animation. There is lots of fun for children but all with an educational focus. The children's stories have animation and sound. All the games are fun but educationally based. There's songs, art, math, kids games, children's stories and much more.

  • Santa B. Claus
    This is also my Santa B. Claus homepage

  • SchoolWork.org
    Here you will find a collection of links for researching your school work.

  • Second Grade Fun and Activities
    Second graders can enjoy educational activities at this virtual schoolhouse. Activities include telling time, a word scramble, coin counting and math games. Kids can also print pages so they can work on activities themselves.

  • SmartFun Online
    SmartFun Online is an interactive classroom resource for teachers, media specialists, and students using images, objects, and documents from the collections of Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village.

  • Spelling and Vocabulary
    Spelling and Vocabulary helps students learn developmentally appropriate spelling principles and patterns while introducing them to reliable strategies that they can apply to both familiar and unfamiliar words. Here you will find a variety of engaging word games, exercises, and activities that allow students to practice and review spelling words.

  • Sports - A to Z Kidstuff
    Sport-themed fun/learning activities for pre-schoolers.

  • SuperKids Vocabulary Builders
    Looking for an easy way to improve your students' (or your own) vocabulary? These should help - and hopefully be fun, too! Try Word-of-the-Day by grade level, Hangman by subject, Hidden Word Puzzles, and our Word Scrambler!

  • Tale of Discovery Fill in Fun!
    To make your own personalized creature adventure, all you need to do is enter in the words of your choice according to each description. The results are sure to be surprisingly funny!

  • TeachersFirst's Weekly Brain Twisters
    TeachersFirst now offers two versions of its weekly Twister challenge. Each version is available in middle school and elementary versions. We invite students to play the Brain Twister game individually or in teams. The game presents questions one at a time. (educational)

  • Teaching Treasures
    Quality unique teacher resources with educational online projects and worksheets for K-10 students, all subjects. Hundreds of topical resource links listed alphabetically. Pages updated regularly.

  • Teach the Children Well
    A collection of nearly 800 links on over 60 topics selected for use by children in grades K-4 as well as their parents and teachers.

  • TERA Planning - educational
    Environmental quiz for kids - how green is your home?

  • The African-American Mosaic
    This exhibit marks the publication of The African-American Mosaic: A Library of Congress Resource Guide for the Study of Black History and Culture. A noteworthy and singular publication, the Mosaic is the first Library-wide resource guide to the institution's African- American collections. Covering the nearly 500 years of the black experience in the Western hemisphere, the Mosaic surveys the full range size, and variety of the Library's collections, including books, periodicals, prints, photographs, music, film, and recorded sound.

  • The American Experience: Technology Timeline
    Timeline of important American inventions - from the lightening rod to the Hubble telescope.

  • The Charlie Horse Music Pizza
    The official PBS website about Shari Lewis's educational music program. Includes a section for parents and one for kids.

  • The Donut Man
    The Donut Man - is known for his fun Bible story-songs presented via video tapes, audio tapes and live concerts. Visit the site and have Fun.

  • The Greatest Places
    The Greatest Places is a large-format film playing worldwide. This website is intended to extend inspiration and education about the geographically diverse regions and cultures related to the film.

  • The Healthy Kids
    Healthy Kids page has games, puzzles, an art gallery,and a coloring book, all aimed at showing kids how they can stay healthy and safe.

  • The Heart: An Online Exploration
    Explore the heart. Discover the complexities of its development and structure. Follow the blood through the blood vessels. Wander through the weblike body systems. Learn how to have a healthy heart and how to monitor your heart's health. Look back at the history of heart science.

  • The History of Pickles
    Not important, but just in case somebody wants to know -"THE HISTORY OF PICKLES!".

  • The Homework Machine
    This site aims at helping every student harness the power of the internet in their struggle against ever increasing homework.

  • The Human Body
    Come with us as we take a tour, Just follow our Lizard friend; As we learn about the human body And each organ for which we depend. Pick a system to start, To begin and explore The amazing human body And its' wonders galore.

  • The Kiddy House
    Resource Center for Kids and Teachers.

  • The Kids on the Web
    This is an on-going list of sites that offer information for and about kids. Among other things, it includes a lot of stuff for them to play with, information for adults, and info about schools and education.

  • The Learning Center
    A Web site for the K-12 community with curriculum-related Web sites, frequently asked questions, and other previously asked questions.

  • The Learning Odyssey
    ChildU's "The Learning Odyssey" provides educators, parents and students with a comprehensive, individualized curriculum for grades one through eight delivered entirely over the Internet!

  • The Learning Web
    The Learning Web, a portion of the USGS website, is dedicated to K-12 education and life-long learning. Explore things on, in, around and about the Earth such as land, water, plants and animals, and maps.

  • The Men That Made the Water Closet
    The history of the toilet bowl from (who else?) Theplumber.com.

  • The Peanut Adventure Game
    EPIC has designed a virtual, interactive Elephant Tour for children ages 6 - 10. The tour is actually an exciting on-line adventure game designed for environmental education and entertainment. Children will enjoy playing on-line activities as they venture through the site which will teach them about plastics, the environment and the 3Rs.

  • The Premier's Kid Zone
    A virtual tour of Ontario, a trivia game, history, and a simple explanation of how Canada's government works.

  • The Resource Room
    The Resource Room is a website with links and resources for learning, especially for people who learn differently or who have "learning difficulties" or specific "learning disabilities."

  • Thinkquest.org
    Educational site for students, parents and teachers.

  • Tiger on the Loose
    Beginning with a newspaper account of a disappearing tiger, this is interactive game that teaches a great deal about tigers. Connects to the searchable tiger information center

  • Tiki the Penguin
    This website is very unusual because it's the first ever to be made by a Penguin. I've made it because I'm very worried by what's happening to our home, the planet Earth. I want to do something to help kids see what the rest of us animals have always known and some grown-up people seem to have forgotten: how to live life without ruining and wasting the Earth.

  • Time Warp
    "The history of inventions that have affected our lives everyday."

  • Tolerance 4 Kids
    Welcome to a very special web site just for you! On this web site you will find a lot of things to do, read, and learn.

  • Toon University
    ToonUniversity.com is an elementary education portal for K-8 students. In addition to our free educational resources we have learning games by subject for private, public and home schools.

  • Totcity.com
    Welcome to TotCity! A site created by parents, for parents. Here you will find free resources, and access to real people, that you can use everyday without having to browse for hours. We'll keep your info private too. Explore the site and join for free.

  • Transportation Wonderland
    Leran How We Move Everything, Everywhere.

  • Traveling Travis Turtle
    TRAVIS TURTLE TRAVELS TO...? To find out, visit this educational, kid friendly web site the entire family can enjoy. Follow T.T.'s adventures as he travels and learns about people, and the places they live. Also, check out "T.T.'s Activity Page for Kids" for fun activities and stories, or participate in "T.T.'s Kid to Kid Card Campaign", benefiting hospitalized children.

  • Tutor Center.com
    TutorCenter.com A center for FUN Learning.

  • United Nations Cyberschoolbus
    The United Nations Cyberschoolbus is a website about global issues and the UN, for students ages 5-18 and their teachers.

  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Kids Pages
    The U.S. Patent Office has several excellent projects and Internet resources including a fine primer on the patent process. The activities are colorful and inventive.

  • VidKids
    "The goal of the media literacy curriculum must be to develop a literate person who is able to read, analyze, evaluate, and produce communications in a variety of media ( print, TV, computers, the arts, etc.)." Most often, "the media" are lumped together as a single entity. But "the media" are actually many forms of communication...including newspapers, magazines, and billboards, radio, television, videocassettes, video games, and computer games. Since the students participating in VidKids are primarily engaged in television viewing (most of them are too young to read newspapers and magazines), our activities focus on video and TV.

  • Vocabulary
    Find all kinds of word puzzles and games at grade level that can be played on line or printed off.

  • Walk in My Shoes
    Walk in My Shoes is an activity project that reaches across generations and teaches young people about growing older and the physical changes that occur with age.

  • Web Kids Network
    A Fantastic World With Lot Of Fun Entertainment In Addition To Knowledge And Education Especially Design For Kids. Exciting Films In The World Of Cartoons.

  • Web Smart Kids
    WebSmart Kids is an educational initiative created by a group of partners to help you teach your kids to evaluate the information they find on the web in the same way you've taught them so many things: model the skill, give them practice and support them as they learn.

  • Welcome to Great Web Sites for Kids!
    This web site is an easy-to-use, practical guide to informational, educational, and recreational services on the Internet. It was designed to provide children, young adults, and families with hours of productive learning time.

  • What is Your Biodiversity IQ?
    Here's your chance to find out what you know about the world's diverse plants, animals, and natural places! For each question, select all the correct answers.

  • Whelmers. Demonstrated experiments for all ages
    Science activities that will catch the eye and mind of even the most indifferent student! These hands-on science activities are based on Steve Jacobs' Whelmers. They have been adapted to the McREL Web site and have been aligned with the National Science Education Standards (National Research Council, 1995) by the staff of the Eisenhower High Plains Consortium for Mathematics and Science.

  • Windmills
    Since ancient times, man has harnessed the power of the wind to provide motive power for transportation. Likewise, the technique of grinding grain between stones to produce flour is similarly ancient, and widespread. Quite where and when these two came together in the first windmill is unknown, but a likely scenario suggests a Persian origin, from where (tradition has it) the knowledge spread back into Northern Europe as a result of the Crusades. (Of course wind was not the first non-human power source applied to the task of grinding corn - it was preceeded by both animal power, and in all probability by water power).

  • Winslow Press
    Children's book publisher site extends popular stories and characters through entertaining games, activities and informative links.

  • Wonder Korner Kid Friendly Links
    We make every effort to maintain a family-friendly environment, but please get involved - and stay involved - in your child's online exploration.

  • Words and Pictures
    A fun packed site for 5-7 year olds with poems, games and activities to help with reading and writing.

  • YoungBiz
    YoungBiz is all about the business of being young. As a teenager, there are tons of decisions you have to make every day, decisions that can be as small as what cereal to have for breakfast to which college you want to attend.

  • Zippers and Velcro
    The zipper was patented on August 29, 1893 by Whitcomb Judson, a Chicagomechanical engineer. In 1948, a Swiss mountaineer named George de Mestral was walking through the woods and was very frustrated by the burs that clung to his clothes. While picking them off, he realized that it may be possible to use this principle to make a fastener to compete with the zipper.

  • Zoom School
    Visit this online classroom for fun, facts, and help with Science, Geography, and Language Arts topics. Get help with reports and try the activities too.

The following links are in Dutch

  • Die Blinde Kuh
    Die Blinde Kuh ist eine deutschsprachige, nicht-kommerzielle Suchmaschine speziell für Kinder. Nebst Suchmaschine gibt es 100e Themen und Sachen wie die Kinder-Post.


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