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Here are a few fun and safe sites for kids. Some teen reference sites are
also listed. If you have other suggestions,
please contact us.
This site lets you discover art and animals, and then helps you write a story about
The Science Guy
Bill Nye the Science Guy makes learning about science fun, and shows you neat
science experiments you can try at home.
The animated educational site for kids. Learn about everything from the Harlem
Renaissance to the electromagnetic spectrum, movies, comics, and interactive
Science For Curious Kids
If you're a curious kid looking for cool science facts, this is the place for
This site follows the Discovery Kids TV channel. You can learn everything
from climbing a wall to riding a camel.
Fact Monster is a reference center that is searchable by keyword or subject. The
site is colorful, eye-catching, and easy to use.
The top-rated Internet educational site for kids. Geared for kids grade
K-8, it is educational and fun. There are also teacher resources
The official kids site from the U.S. Government. Come explore this site if
you are looking for information on almost every topic you can think of�from art,
music and animals, to homework help, history, how to fight crime, and computers!
Find out how to be a healthy kid at this site. There is information on eating
healthy meals and snacks and keeping fit. You can also ask questions like "What
causes hiccups?" or "How does the brain work?" Or, you can read the questions
other kids have asked and the answers.
A symphony of sight and sound. More than 140 instruments from around the world
to see and hear.
Geographic For Kids
There's lots of cool science stuff just for kids from National Geographic.
Corps For Kids
Learn about Peace Corps activities around the world, about countries where
volunteers have made a difference, about what it's like to live in a different
country, and about storytelling from about the world.
Links to kid-friendly, easy-to-search dictionary, and encyclopedia.
This site is from the animal magazine, Zoobooks, but you can enjoy it without a
subscription. Find out tons of information about your favorite animals, like
what and how they hunt, where they live, even what they sound like!