Internet For Kids
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Ask Jeeves for Kids -- A fun place to visit. Type in any question and Ask Jeeves will find the answer! You can even see what other kids are asking right now.
Children's Literature Web Guide Looking for something to read? You can also find information about your favorite authors!
Great Web Sites for Kids -- 700+ amazing, spectacular, mysterious, wonderful web sites for kids and the adults who care about them; a great site which links to great sites 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.
TeenHoopla: An Internet Guide for Teens -- A web page that links to sites of special interest to kids age 12 to 18.
Yahooligans -- A kids' subject guide to the Internet. It's a good starting point to find Web sites that you will enjoy!
For more information about searching the Internet, check out the library's Tools for Searching the Internet.
Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids -- This government-sponsored site provides lots of helpful information about our government, for all ages.
B.J. Pinchbeck's Homework Helper —- This site's motto is "if you can't find it here, you can't find it anywhere!" You can search for homework tips in all subjects. Have fun!
Find Articles -- a free online article-search service. Covers over 300 magazines!
Fact Monster —- a kid-oriented version of the popular Information Please almanac. There is also a Homework Center specially designed to help you answer your homework questions.
Homework Helpers -- Check out this site from Yahooligans for information about where to go for answers to tough homework questions.
Schoolwork.ugh -- for kids in grades 7 and up. The site provides links to subject-specific resources and you can also ask a question and get a response within 48 hours.
Caron's Kids Corner -- Project ideas include God's eyes, Easter chicks, and more.
Cyber-Fair -- A resource for elementary school students on how to get ideas for, and prepare, a science fair project. Also includes some sample projects.
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.
Kids' Domain Craft Exchange -- Includes projects for different times of year (including holidays), ideas for using recycled items in projects, 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.
Beanie Babies Home Page —- Visit your favorite pals online.
Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids -- Choose a grade range and prepare to take a guided tour of our Government! Games & activities are also available.
Boy Scouts of America -- Look here for lots of interesting information about Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, Explorers, and more.
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)'s site for kids -- Special section of their web site for kids age kindergarten through 5th grade. Kids can take an "FBI Field trip" and play fun games. Also check out their Youth Site for teens.
GirlTech -- "Creating a world for the adventurous spirit."
Girl Scouts of America -- The official Girl Scouts Web site, containing information about many interesting topics, including Technology and Girl Scouting.
Goosebumps Home Page -- Online scariness, spiders, TV and book summaries, a biography of R.L. Stine, and lots more can be found here.
gURL.com -- A place for teen girls to hang out online.
If You Like Harry Potter -- So many Harry Potter sites these days. Check this one out. (To be continued...)
Kids Astronomy -- find out what the skies will look like tonight, take a free online astronomy class, or learn about cool things like quasars, black holes, nebulas and more.
Learning Planet -- Fun educational activities and online games to play.
Pokemon World -- All sorts of information about Pokemon can be found here!
Young Investor -- This is a good place for kids who are interested in learning about money.
|This Page Last updated: 20 May 2005|