The Kids on the Web: Fun Stuff III
For a really awesome cyberspace adventure, drop by the
Nabisco® Kids Home Page.
you can fly through time, speak your mind and hang out with your buds.
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
is the official home page of Mister Rogers!
A great thing to do in the summer is to go to a summer camp. A few even have
Web pages! For example, you can learn about
Camp Winding Gap
in the US in North Carolina.
With your parents, you might be interested in dropping by an
online toy store.
Check out the radical super hero cartoon characters drawn by
You can also use a coloring book, check out a worm puzzle, or learn how to
draw horses in motion.
Hands On Children's Museum
in Olympia, Washington, is a fun place for kids 10 years old and under.
Meet Casbah the Camel, go through a maze, or play the wildlife matching game!
offers a collection of pages of different topics, often oriented towards
a certain location. They also offer the National Children's Coalition,
High School Central, Teen of the Year, and Kid of the Year.
Macquarie K*I*D Dictionary
is a dictionary that is totally written by kids. It contains words of children
and teenagers from all over the world. These are your own words IN your own
words. Now you can leave your mark on the world of words forever!
Rhinos and Tigers and Bears
-- Oh My!
If you go to the Knoxville Zoo, you might well see a tiger over a barrel. But
don't worry---that tiger isn't in trouble.
Spidey's Web - A Playground for all ages,
you can have fun with card collecting, learning, visit sites about movies and
TV shows, sports, and games to play.
Another collection of fun and interesting places to visit is the
is the first page for kids developed in Portugal. It's dedicated to
toys and to be explored by kids who love toys. You can listen to other kids
about what they think are the best toys, voting by categories on particular
toys, and other things. You can get the page in portuguese and english, and
a bunch of other languages.
If you enjoy playing chess, Southern California's chess club for youth,
Chess For Juniors,
may be of interest. They also offer a National Chess Camp every summer.
a monthly contest is held in the Club Think area for kids, with prizes
including free software. There are other fun activities which are continually
With a visit to
you can explore JumpStart Elementary, a learning system that integrates the
core components of elementary education; find out about Knowledgeland, the new
3-D world; play games, sample activities from their products, and use a free
Reference Library. Don't miss the fun!
Collaborative Book Review Project
brings school classrooms from every province and territory in Canada together
electronically to review a recent book. Their work in progress can be read on
their bulletin board. Their final reviews will be published on their Web site
as well as in CM magazine.
Books A to Z has put together a set of links
especially for children,
with some really helpful pointers!
Perhaps you might give a listen to the
Elk Creek Family Band.
Their music is homegrown, old-time, lively, fun, and original. Mandolin,
banjo, guitar, bass, harmonica, tamborine, and jug... played by mom,
dad, and kids. Take a minute and have some fun!
Hands On Children's Museum
is a fun place to be for kids 10 years old and under. Sign in on their guest
book (and read the stuff put there by others!), go on an ocean odyssey, say hi
to Casbah the Camel, or go through a maze! There's so much there, you'll go
exploring through the museum for hours.
If you go visit the
you'll find a bunch of things to do. Would you believe there's a
coloring page? Or maybe one for the
All kids love to play! They can try
Tic Tac Toe,
(Hangman is my favorite.)
Originally from England, the
Games Domain has another
great catalog of games that you can search just by typing a name.
A launch pad in cyberspace,
The Internet For Kids
is for young folks who want to get right into the fun and fantasy of the
Internet without all the hassles. You can name a puppy, go
to the Squirrel Cam, or have fun & games.
has stuff about entertainment, reading, science, and a playroom.
you can post messages, send in your ideas and stories.
You'll be able to learn all about Bart and the rest of the family at the
The Simpsons Archive.
for expert advice (including Penelope Leach), reviews (tv, movie, web sites,
software, etc.), local events calendars, fun family activities, holiday
specials (advent calendar, etc.), daily news briefs, and more!
Learn more about math with
and economics with a
In Jean Armour Polly's
Top Fifty Extraordinary Experiences for Internet Kids,
you can get a feel for the sort of stuff that's available in her great
book, The Internet Kids Yellow Pages.
In Fairbanks, Alaska,
The Falcons' Nest
has a lot of stories to share--stories about life in Alaska, stories from
their imagination, and stories in pictures and sounds. They'd like to hear
your stories, too.
If you're not able to travel to San Francisco,
is still well within your reach.
World Surfari, created by Brian, a 10
year-old boy, lets you learn about Kenya, Japan, and Italy, and has some
really cool features, like a spinning globe.
Eastchester Middle School Home Page
contains information about the school, fiction and opinion pieces written by
the students, and student artwork of planetary systems and impressionistic
reproductions. There are also numerous links to home pages designed by the
students and to other school sites.
Also, Stephen Savitzky created
a kids web page
originally for his daughter Katy that offers a variety of toys and web pages
put together by kids.
go down under to Australia
to colour in a rainbow lorikeet, make a sugar glider fly,
complete the dot-to-dot to find a cuddly Australian animal,
or make a hopping kangaroo. You can even hear a kookaburra laugh!
The Froggy Page
contains links images, sounds, stories, and songs all about frogs.
There are even instructions to make an origami jumping frog.
Take a look at
Sammy's Guide to the Jewish Holidays,
where you can see Sammy and his family, learn about the holidays, or check out the CD-ROM of Sammy instead!
For some fun, visit
the digital home of Dr. Seuss. It's got stories and contests and will
even let you chat with the Cat in the Hat!
Check out a
especially for kids, parents and teachers from KSTW-TV weather forecaster Nick Walker.
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