Internet For Kids

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Search the Internet

Children's Literature Web Guide -- Looking for something to read? You can also find information about your favorite authors!

Great Web Sites for Kids -- Many amazing, spectacular, mysterious, wonderful web sites for kids and the adults who care about them recommended by children's librarians.

KidsClick! -- A great guide to the web, especially for kids. You can search for topics like Weird and Mysterious, Current Events, Science, Popular Entertainment, Sports and Recreation, and lots more.

Linkasaurus has links to sites about TV and movies, entertainment, sports, science, reference, zoos and aquariums and more. Use Linkausaurus to find a fun Web site you'd like to visit.


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Online Homework Helpers

Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids -- This government-sponsored site provides lots of helpful information about our government, for all ages.

BJ Pinchbeck's Homework Helper -- Helpful for kids and their parents, this site has links to many websites for math, science, English, foreign languages, computers, social studies, art & music, and so much more.

Fact Monster - a kid-oriented version of the popular Information Please almanac.

Fact Monster Homework Center -- a specially-designed site to help you answer your homework questions.


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History Links

American Memory Project - This Library of Congress site has lots of great information about the history of the United States. The 70 online collections are worth looking at, and the Learning Page has sample lesson plans.

The History Place -- A well-designed site including such features as Photo of the Week, This Month in History, and Personal Histories - recollections of the people who lived through history in the making.

This Day in History - Find out what happened around the world on this day in history. You can also search for events that happened on a particular day (for instance, a child's birthday).


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Math Links

A+ Math Flash Cards for Kids - Kids can do math problems online. You can specify what skills you want to work on.

Elementary Math Problem of the Week - Every week during the school year, a new math problem is posted, and kids can solve it and e-mail their solutions. An archive of past math problems is available.

Khan Academy -- a great resource for independent study for kids and adults. If you create a login, you can chart your progress.


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Craft & Science Projects for Kids

Caron's Kids Projects -- Choose from dozens of unique projects to get kids interested in crafts and stitching.

How Stuff Works -- A good place to find explanations (including photos) of how all sorts of things work, including machines such as cranes, computers, and more.

Proton Don's Elements Game -- A fun game to help kids learn the periodic table of elements. Funbrain.com also has lots of other educational games for kids.

Science Fair Resource Guide -- The Internet Public Library's guide to choosing a science fair project.


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This Page Last updated: 19 June 2014

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