The Kids on the Web: Fun Stuff II
is a fun, very visual, interactive news magazine for kids. An educational
tool in disguise, it includes jokes and news stories. Ever seen a Yak
wink at you? You might here...
is a cool place where kids can meet online and share
their stories, their illnesses and their challenges.
Greece, NY elementary school has set up an
Exhibit of Artwork
by their elementary students. You can see paintings, chalk renderings,
computer grahpic designs, and more by students in grades K-5.
Winnie the Pooh -- an Expotition
lets you travel through Hundred Acre Woods, use a coloring book, and more.
Explore information on the many museums, galleries, and research centers
offered by the Library of Congress, will let you search through all sorts of
texts and other archived materials from the library, browse
through its various collections, or learn how to really use the whole
is the Web version of the old, ever popular family MasterMind game, where the
objective is to find right combination of colours.
Learn about all kinds of animals when you visit the
You can make a splash and help
Give Water A Hand!
Join young people from around the country who are learning about water in
their communities and what they---and you!---can do!
is designed to be like a fictitious starship named Jaguar. There anyone under
18 can join the crew and participate in their adventures. Its mission is to
boldly go where no kid has gone before.
Shows, games, questions, and things about CBS kids' shows are available in the
Kyle's Kool Kid's Stuff
has a great collection of homework helpers, college and career information as
well as a lot of random fun stuff.
Not just adults do it,
too! A Silicon Valley site will let you do things like take part in the
presidential elections, learn about how voting actually works, or visit an
interactive chat room where students can debate issues that are important to
Supersite for Kids
has games, coloring books, puzzles, animals and much more.
Josiah's Home Page
is quite the site, with games, a guest book, sports, and other fun features.
site is full of fun stuff for kids! It has reviews, cartoons, films,
makeovers, books, great links, games, online activities and recipes. Rudy is
getting lots of good mail from kids and schools everywhere.
Mall for Kids
has a trading post (cards and collectibles), contests, games, and stores with
products for kids.
is a fitness clown who teaches kids that healthy living and fitness is fun.
The pages include lots to see and do.
is a kids palace and especially designed for children! Your very own place to
visit with your friends, classmates, and to meet friends from all over the
world. They offer games, safe Internet chat, and a study area where you can
find different resources that are available out on the Net. You have to
download some software to be able to use it, though.
If you've seen Sesame Street, you definitely know
one of its loveable characters. This page dedicated to him has picture
gallery, sounds, quotes, color in pages, info and book reviews.
is a safe online virtual village where kids can play and explore. Hosted by
the popular Gus and the CyberBuds this site offers several shockwave games,
quicktime cartoons, original songs and lots of fun activities.
Cloud 9 Interactive
has a site based upon their two ``edutainment'' CD-ROM games for children,
``How to Draw the Marvel Way'' and ``Wanna Be a Dino Finder''. Characters
from the titles host games, puzzles and contests for children, as well as a
section for parents and educators on teaching kids about paleontology.
is the world's second largest WWW site of Scouting resources.
You can find gross songs, campfire songs, skits, shaggy dog stories, and a new
games resource as well.
likes animals so much, he has pictures of cute animals, a ``Jungle Jim'' song,
games to play, or even better, will take questions about animals, and try to
find the answer for you. You can look at the letters and drawings of animals
from other kids as well.
does special things for holidays. It was designed for folks with young
children or children with special needs.
A set of pointers to Web sites just for kids has been put together by
Walker Elementary School.
You'll have a lot of fun checking out their choices. (This page is even one
of them, believe it or not!)
Warner Bros. Kids Page
sports information about movies, TV shows, cartoons, you name it.
You can visit your favorite Warner Bros. cartoon characters, including Bugs
Bunny, Daffy Duck, all of them!
chronicles the adventures of Hopper, a young fairy with an unusual problem:
his feet are so large he is unable to fly! Owlsly, a girl fairy, tells you
the story of her very unusual friend.
Created for elementary and secondary school students and teachers who would
like to learn more about the nervous system,
Neuroscience for Kids
includes experiments and activities, lets you explore the nervous system, and
find other resources for teaching neuroscience.
are similar to the Yahooligans---everything you might want to find for
fun on the Internet, all gathered together in one well-organized setting.
site will tell you about the shareware and freeware that's out there. You can
find commercial demos, reviews of children's programs, and even games. The
programs listed are recommended by parents and teachers, and often tested by
their own family.
You've heard of Curious George, right? If you check out
Houghton Mifflin Interactive,
a publisher of quality interactive CD-ROMs for all ages, you'll find things
about our favorite monkey, learn about the Awesome Monster Archive, and see a
collection of stuff about The Polar Express.
Professor Bubbles' Bubblesphere
to see the award-winning bubble show.
Jason and the Kodikats
is a fantasy written for children who are still living in make believe
or who are still able to make believe. You can download a zipped-up
copy of the unpublished manuscript that was created with Word 6.
The KID List
is a list of a number of links that kids and their parents might enjoy.
(KID stands for Kid Internet Delight.)
a virtual place for kids to share their thoughts and ideas
with each other.
Kids in school are invited to
Help Build A Better Theme Park.
"Designers" are invited to develope exhibit/attraction proposals for
FUTUREPLACE!, a fictitious chain of international theme parks.
Susie Hodges has set up the
a great word games page.
Heather, 9 years old, has
her own home page,
offering a lot of ``kid-type'' links.
Want to go on an underwater diving adventure in the
Galapagos? Escape the deadly chomp of the scariest sharks in the sea? Help
some freaky fishes finish their family album? Visit an aquarium in
cyberspace? Go to
and bring your fastest fins!
is a place for children to publish stories on the World Wide Web and to
read stories published by others. There are some real gems here, written by
some very gifted kids.
A site along the same lines---kids writing for kids---is available by reading
the electronic magazine for kids in the middle grades.
Along with Uncle Bob's page, for an absolute blast, look at
The Children Page
in Italy. It was written and designed specifically for kids to enjoy.
Splash Kids Online Magazine
is a funny, fast-paced environment where new things happen every day. It is a
place where kids can come to play games, expand their minds, and make new
Walt Disney Company
has a web site for many of their movies, including movie clips, still
pictures, and tons of information related to them.
The Canadian TV series
is about a cheerful tugboat who likes to be friends with
everyone. Life in his playful Big Harbour community is always changing, and
whatever each new day brings, Theodore likes to do the things that friendly
tugboats do. There's lots to do and see here about Theodore and his many
What, you can find out about
on the Internet?? Yes, believe it or not.
is a a virtual village on the World Wide Web where children can explore
Japanese language and culture. This multimedia, educational homepage uses
colorful pictures and audio throughout the site for easy navigation as well as
for encouraging children to learn about foreign cultures.
Most kids have heard about it (or maybe even seen a movie about it); now you
can visit the
US Space Camp/US Space & Rocket Center
online before you go there in the summer!
As a play with their imaginations, perhaps they'll be intrigued by
Choose Your Own
Kidlopedia you'll find
a global children's encyclopedia written by kids for kids.
The Global Show-n-Tell
virtual exhibition will let kids show off their favorite projects,
possessions, accomplishments or collections to kids (and adults) around
There's a new Wings exhibition, which offers links to information about
a few of the many endangered bird species, which complement wonderful artwork
from some very talented kids.
Information Superhighway" is a program to increase computer awareness
and scientific interest among 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students through
hands-on computer activities, innovative videos, and exciting demonstrations.
From Give Children a Chance
you can visit a Wooden toys exhibit, volcanoes, The Marvelous Land of OZ,
and more. This is a great collection of sites gathered together with children
Carlos' Coloring Book
you just pick a picture, pick a color, and then click where you want to
color. In an instant, your mouse becomes a virtual crayon and part of your
picture is filled in! If you don't like it, you can change it. When you're
done, you can save it.
Cyberspace Middle School
you travel around the Internet in style. Take a spin on Navigating the
Information Super Highway by clicking on a street signs. There are also
Topics of Interest for kids, linking you to sites where birds, reptiles and
In Britain, you'll find the
Children's Page: Stories, Poems, Pictures and Sounds,
a fun page put together by an entire family.
In the Netherlands, you can find Kermit, Miss Piggy, and all the rest of
Onramp Access Kids Page
for stuff about different cartoon shows, images of a live iguana, learning
about the solar system, and more.
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