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  • 4Kids Treehouse- a fun place for kids and parents. Things you will find include - movies, cartoons, space, places, and animals.

  • ALFY - ALFY describes itself as a Web portal for kids. The idea is to encourage children ages 3-10 to explore the Web by clicking on pictures instead of words. And it comes with a big assortment of online games.

  • the art room - bring your crayons, construction paper and glue.

  • Aurthor Corner, The - a place for students in the middle grades (Grades 3-8) to meet Mid-Atlantic authors and illustrators of children's books

  • Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids - site introduces children to how the government works. It covers the U.S. Constitution, how laws are made, the branches of government, and citizenship.

  • Bonus.com - the SuperSite for Kids

  • Buddy's SUPER Home Page - "A great place for kids, but adults have fun here too!"

  • Carlos' Coloring Book

  • Children's Accessing Controversial Internet Information

  • Children's Literature Web Guide

  • Children's Museum - San Francisco Exploratorium

  • Coloring.com - Select a picture, choose your color from the Crayon box, click the area of the picture, and--voila--you've colored that area perfectly, without a stray mark. And when you're finished, you can e-mail your creation to anyone on the Internet.

  • CyberKids - "Kids'll Love It!"

  • Department of the Interior Kids Page - links to the kids pages created by the various agencies of the U. S. Department of the Interior, pointing to information on wildlife species, wildflowers, butterflies, and geology.

  • Dinosauria Online - reference information, drawings, articles, maps and links to other sites about dinosaurs

  • Disney Online - Web Site of Disney Land

  • Dr. Seuss's Seussvile! - "The Cat in the Hat, Sam-I-Am,Horton and the Whos, and the rest of the Seuss characters welcome you to Seussville, Dr. Seuss's playground in cyberspace. You can play games, chat with the Cat in the Hat, win prizes, find out about new Dr. Seuss books and CD-ROMs, and much, much more! What are you waiting for? Let's play!"

  • EERE - Kid's Stuff - Department of Energy's Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Network page for kids

  • Fact Monster - Includes searchable information related to sports, entertainment, geography, history, biography, education, and health.

  • FirstGov for Kids - This site was developed and is maintained by the Federal Consumer Information Center. It provides links to Federal kids' sites along with some of the best kids' sites from other organizations all grouped by subject.

  • GusTown- hosted by Gus and the CyberBuds. The site is chock full of fun learning activities, games and the ever-popular CyberBud Club.

  • How Stuff Works Express - Colorful graphics make learning about science and technology fun. Designed for teachers and students in 4th through 8th grades. Includes experiments and teacher support materials.

  • Ingenius - children-focused multimedia company.

  • Kid's Alamnac - Yahoo! has rendered a more kid user-friendly version of the popular Information Please Kids' Almanac.

  • KidCity Virtual Village

  • KidLink

  • Kids Connect @ California Libraries

  • Kids Domain - "Kids Domain promises to provide a safe-surfing experience that's fun not only for children but for adults. A wide variety of free software programs to download, along with online games and crafts."

  • Kid Info - starting point which allows students, teachers, and parents to spend quality time on the web.

  • Kids on the Web

  • KidsCom - A Communication Playground for Kids Ages 8 - 14

  • Kids' Money - A resource for parents interested in helping their children develop successful money management habits and financial responsibility

  • KidSurf Online

  • Kidworld - A meeting place for all kids under 16, where they can exchange artwork, writing, and ideas.

  • Learning About Leonardo - site compares the work of Dr. Lillian Schwartz and Rina de Firenze, author of Mystery of the Mona Lisa.

  • Little Explorers - a website that lets preschoolers and elementary school students surf the web easily. Children use a picture dictionary format to link to over 400 carefully chosen, fun educational activities

  • NASA Kids - Designed for students from Kindergarten to 8th grade, this site has sections on Space and Beyond; Rockets and Airplanes; Projects and Games; and Pioneers and Astronauts. Loads of child-friendly information on a myriad of scientific and technical subjects, such as space, space suits, living in space, sundials, weather, the water cycle, careers, and astronomy.

  • Nucleus Kids' Page - fun and interesting sites for Kids.

  • Neuroscience for Kids

  • React - The Magazine Where Teens Make News

  • Sesame Street - Sesame Workshop's (formerly CTW) official site contains free games and print-off activities, featuring the show's main characters. Parenting section includes advice and tips on parenting your child from a baby until they've become a toddler, as well as child-friendly recipes.

  • Science and Nature for Kids - The Mining Company

  • Social Security: Kids Stuff

  • Starcraft Time Portal - site predicts how art will influence our lives in the next hundred years.

  • Star Child

  • ThinkQuest

  • WWW Roller Coaster Compendium

  • White House for Kids

  • World Almanac for Kids

  • Yahooligans! - Yahoo!'s new web guide for kids.

  • YoungBiz.com - presents business, investing and entrepreneurial ideas toyoung people. With features for teachers as well as students, the site includes portfolios, profiles of young entrepreneurs, message boards and more.

 

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