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A Girl's World Online Clubhouse
A Girl's World Online Clubhouse is an award winning magazine entirely written and edited by girls and teens from around the world. Features movie previews and entertainment news, tech tips for girls, penpals, chatrooms, message boards, contests, fun party ideas, recipes, games, crafts and stuff to do including interactive games and quizzes!

ALSC Association for Library Service to Children

Children's Books On-Line For FREE
Editec Communications' library currently houses 2,000 antique children's books published in the 19th and early 20th century. We shall be publishing our entire collection under the banner of our not-for-profit corporation: Children's Books Online: the Rosetta Project in the very near future. We plan to include translations of these books into the world's languages, and to include sound files so that all children, no matter their mother tongue, can both read and listen to these stories.

Children's Butterfly Site
Children's Butterfly Site contains information about butterflies and moths, butterfly life cycle, coloring book pages, butterfly images, butterfly photographs, Frequently Asked Questions about Butterflies, links to butterfly sites, list of reference books and videos.

CLWG: Children's Literature Web Guide
The Children's Literature Web Guide is an attempt to gather together and categorize the growing number of Internet resources related to books for Children and Young Adults. Much of the information that you can find through these pages is provided by others: fans, schools, libraries, and commercial enterprises involved in the book world.

Crayola Creativity Central
Kids, parents and educators find creative solutions, colorful ideas and fun development ideas at

Dan's Wild Wild Weather Page
Hi, I'm NEWSCHANNEL 19's, Chief Meteorologist Dan Satterfield. WELCOME to my WILD WILD WEATHER PAGE.
I've put these pages together for Kids between 6 and 16 years old and for their Parents and Teachers, too!

Dav's Starting Page
Award winning childrens book author/illustrator Dav Pilkey offers his Web Site O-Fun as silly fun for kids of all ages. It includes interactive games, fun things to print and many other wonderfully goofy things.

DiscoverySchool's Puzzlemaker allows kids to make crossword puzzles online.
Puzzlemaker is a puzzle generation tool for teachers, students and parents. Create and print customized word search, crossword and math puzzles using your word lists. Build your own maze or print our specialty hand-drawn mazes created around holidays and classroom topics.

Dr. Seuss's Seussville!
Cat in the Hat, Hooray for Diffendoofer Day, Green Eggs and Ham, Geisel, ABC, Grinch, Sam I Am, Horton, Lorax, Sneetches, Thidwick, Who, Whoville, Yertle the Turtle, Suess, Dr. Suess, Oh the Places You'll Go, Hop on Pop, Fox in Socks, One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish, My Many Colored Days, The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss.

Electric Soup
ELECTRIC SOUP, Hunterdon Central Regional High School's cyber-mag, is based upon a belief in the energy and importance of words. This literary magazine project utilizes technology to deliver electronic impact to words. Electric Soup has received a 1996 NJ Best Educational Practices Award, and has been cited as one of New Jersey's best web sites.

Fact Monster: Online Dictionary, Encyclopedia, and Homework Help
Fact Monster is the largest free reference site just for kids! Get homework help & find facts on thousands of subjects, including sports, entertainment, geography, history, biography, education and health. Grammar Gorillas
The Grammar Gorillas is gives fun sentences and asks you to find the noun, verb, etc. It's a parts of speech game.

Fun Games and Activities
Welcome to the Fun-Attic Game and Activity Guide. Here you will find great game ideas that are ideal for the entire family. Some games can be adapted for indoor play. Please feel free to print them, play them and share them with your friends.

historyforkids! is a new service for kids, parents and teachers. We have lots of information, all specially written for middle school students by experienced university professors. The site is kid-friendly and kid-safe (though we cannot guarantee the sites we link to). Lesson plans, gifts, and craft projects are also available here.

Hotlist: Kids Did This!
From The Franklin Institute.

Internet Kid's Web
Dinosaur Links.

KIDLINK: Global Networking for Youth through the age of 15
Kidlink is a non-profit grassroots organization working to help children through the secondary school level be involved in a global dialog. Homepage features writing by kids and for kids from around the world.

Using the Internet as a forum for communication between children, Kids' Space aims to: Foster literacy, artistic expression, and cross-cultural understanding. Break down cultural, religious, ethnic and racial barriers between children of the world by promoting cross-cultural collaboration in creative projects.

An introduction to the many ways children can interact with plants and the outdoors.

Linkopedia.: Kids/Coloring Books
We are a Canadian based company that provides very selective links to family oriented sites. Kids
McAfee launched the Kids Internet Safety Web site as a vehicle for parents, teachers, gardians and students to learn Internet safety, practice responsible Web surfing and identity age - and content - appropriate web sites for children.

MidLink Magazine:
This Award-Winning Magazine is a nonprofit educational project sponsored by SAS inSchool, NCSU, and UCF.

Mr. Roger's Neighborhood
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood is a "television visit" between Mister Rogers and his young viewers. With his caring and trusting ways, Mister Rogers has created a calm, safe place for children to learn about themselves, about others, and about the world around them.

Mrs. Claus's Workshop
This is a web-based learning activity written for elementary students about reindeer, Christmas, holiday customs, Mrs. Claus. It is for students in K-3 grades. It contains an interactive quiz on reindeer, true facts about reindeer, recommended literature for K-3 students, craft ideas, recipes, letters for classrooms about holiday customs.

Neuroscience for Kids
This home page has been created for all students and teachers who would like to learn more about the nervous system. Enjoy the activities and experiments on your way to learning more about the brain and spinal cord.

Optics For Kids
A NOTE TO PARENTS AND TEACHERS: Elementary school children might enjoy this quick look at some optical basics, especially if coupled with some experiments from the Optics Discovery Kit from OSA. There's also a bit of a pep talk on science and engineering as careers.

PBS Kids!
Welcome to PBS Kids Online. With thousands of pages to explore, you'll have loads of learning fun.

PBS Kinds: Arthur: The World's Most Famous Aardvark
From WGBH - Boston.

ROSCOE's Recycle Room
This interactive Web site is designed to teach children about the importance of recycling and solid waste management (or how we take care of our garbage!).

Scholastic's The Magic School Bus
Scholastic's The Magic School Bus®, based on the award-winning book series by Joanna Cole and Bruce Degen, features a wacky science teacher named Ms. Frizzle who takes her class of enthusiastic, inquisitive students and playful sidekick, Liz, the lizard, on educational field trips in her magically transformable bus. P-I News for Kids
© 1998 Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
(This site tells current news stories in a very attractive cartoon format...really nice.)

Sesame Workshop

Sites for Parents, Caregivers, Teachers...—Sites for Children
...sites are recommended for children from preschool through age 14, their parent, and other caregivers.

Stein's Virtual Insectary
Insect pictures with descriptions and links to food and habitats where they are found.
(As it says at the bottom of the page: "Other pictures: The Virtual Herbarium and Tour of Egypt", and as I say: This is one fantastic site.).

Surfing the Net with Kids: Guide to the BEST KID SITES for kids of all ages
Welcome to my vision of what's wonderful on the Web. Welcome parents, kids, teens, grandparents, teachers, librarians and the incurably curious. I am a syndicated newspaper columnist, mother, wife and Net surfer supreme (not listed in order of importance, of course). There are many sites to choose from on the Internet, but searching for educational content takes patience. Maybe getting there is supposed to be half the fun, but for my kids, it's the destination that counts. Here are my favorite destination sites for kids. They are reviewed, rated and organized by subject.

We want to share our stories with you--stories about life in Alaska and at University Park. We also want to share our microcopia. What is a microcopia? It's a large collection of information about a small topic, especially a topic that might be hard to find out about in much of the world.

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. (From: The Franklin Institute Online.)

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 New York Times Learning Network
The New York Times Learning Network is a free service for students in grades 3-12, their teachers and parents. The site is updated Monday through Friday throughout the year.

The Rainy Day Resource Page
An Online Guide to Activities for Children.

The Space Place
(Galaxies, Gravitational Waves, Hexadecimal numbers, Imaging radar, Infrared light, Interferometry, Ion engine, Ions, Jupiter, Launch window, Lens (telescope), Mirror (telescope), Nanorover (robot), Neptune, Relief maps, Rings, Rockets, Saturn and a whole lot more.)

The Virtual Schoolhouse
(The main point of interest here is in the 'Visit other Schools on the Web'.)

United Nations CyberSchoolbus
The United Nations Cyberschoolbus is a website about global issues and the UN, for students ages 5-18 and their teachers.
Welcome to WebTv 4 Kids - Your online directory of WebTv pages for kids.

Welcome to Earth Force - GREEN
Earth Force's GREEN program helps youth monitor water quality and solve environmental problems in their communities. Online catalog offers affordable water monitoring kits and equipment.

Welcome to Goosebumps!
The Homepage of Scholastic's Goosebumps Web Site.

Welcome To!
Welcome to the new and improved All the links that used to be here can still be accessed from our Links section. In order to enjoy many of the new additions to our site, we ask that you sign up for a membership. Membership is free to all kids 14 and Under.

Welcome to the USGS Learning Web
Welcome to the Learning Web, a portion of the USGS web dedicated to K-12 education, exploration, and life-long learning. Visit often and explore things on, in, around, and about the Earth such as plants and animals, land, water, and maps. Learn how Biology, Geology, Hydrology, and Geography can help us understand our changing world.

Welcome to Thinking Fountain!
From the Science Museum of Minnesota.

World Kids Network, Inc.
Welcome to World Kids Network where you will find virtually everything for kids.

World Surfari @ - Award-winning education site for students, teachers, and parents
Award winning education site for students, parents and teachers takes you on a virtual surfari to a new country each month.

Web Search for Kids!

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