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    Between the Lions
This early literacy site, for children ages 4-7, is a tie in for the award winning television program. Appealing characters, terrific songs, and fun games combine to offer great online experiences.
    Download a Dinosaur
Looking for a quick kids’ craft activity (try saying that five times fast)? Look no further.
  Fun with Spot
Fans of Eric Hill's Spot books will enjoy playing these games and reading the animated versions of some of these books. Shock wave plugin required.
    Goodnight Stories
This is the place to come if you want to curl up with a good cyber book or just play a game.
    Little Explorers
Click on a letter of the alphabet and connect to, not one, but many, many pictures of works with that letter and hot links to Web sites about that word.
  Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood
Includes activities for kids as well as show related information for kids and parents.
  My Kids Corner
Originating from the United Kingdom and filled with a variety of activities for kids, this site will provide hours of fun. Included are stories, rhymes, games, puzzles, and more. There is also a special section of interactive stories that allow kids to enter their own names to become part of the story.
Nickelodeon Jr
From the people who bring you the Nickelodeon Channel, this site is created for younger children and has a variety of games, activities and fun.
    Pauly's Playhouse
Games, sounds, and a gallery of cartoons mostly for very young Web surfers with a high speed Web connection. The site also includes links to shopping and travel sites for parents.
  Play Kids Games
Check out math, alphabet, and logic games designed for younger children and their parents.
  Playhouse Disney
Games, songs, and activities feature characters from the Disney network.
  Sesame Street Central
The kids’ activities page with your friends from Sesame Street. Play games with Prairie Dawn, Elmo, and the Cookie Monster.
    Teletubbies
Official Teletubbies website, includes videos, nursery rhymes, and magical events.
    The Crayola Home Page
Everything you always wanted to know about crayons.
    The World of Victor
Have fun with Victor, a toddler on the move. There are lots of games and sounds to play with, including puzzles, music, coloring, and mixed-up animals. Available in English, Japanese, Spanish, and French.
  Thomas the Tank Engine Page
Calling all Thomas the Tank Engine fans! Stories, games, and fun.
  Tiny Planets
Tiny Planets. Bing and Bong, aliens from the Tiny Planets, offer games related to technology, nature, light, and color.

 

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Cool Sites for Kids      
An ALA page that offers links for reading, writing, learning and "Just for Fun".
Kidding Around      
Another ALA site for kids.
KidsClick.org      
Lists more than 6400 sites picked by Librarians.
Ask for Kids      
Jeeves the Butler will answer your questions (as best as he understands them!) For kids 7-14.
Nickelodeon Games      
 Free single-player and multi-player games. Many games feature Nickelodeon characters such as Jimmy Neutron and Spongebob Squarepants.
Gisele's Big Back Yard    
 Educational games, videos, contests and activities for preschool kids aged 2-5.
homework zone.      
Homework Zone has the best free educational games, videos and printables for kids aged 6-11. All content on Homework Zone follows the Ontario Ministry of Education curriculum.
Peep and the Big Wide World    
The animated series PEEP and the Big Wide World gives wings to the innovative idea of teaching science to preschoolers. Wry and distinctive visual humor, charming plotlines, and lovable characters combine with a comprehensive science program to attract and engage kids three to five years old.
Learn to Read    
Founded in 2002, Starfall is made possible through the vision of the Polis-Schutz family. Dr. Stephen Schutz and poet Susan Polis Schutz founded Blue Mountain Arts publishing company in 1970 and together with their son, Jared Schutz, created the popular electronic greeting card company, bluemountain.com. The Polis-Schutz family shares a passion for education. Susan Polis Schutz was a teacher in New Jersey and New York City in the 1960s, while Jared Schutz Polis served on the Colorado State Board of Education.
Kids.gov
Brought to you by USA.gov, Kids.gov is the official kids' portal for the U.S. government. We link kids, parents and teachers to U.S. government information and services on the web from government agencies, schools, and educational organizations, all geared to the learning level and interest of kids.
Gamequarium Jr  
For preschool through second grade
PBS Kids      
Educational games and videos from Curious George, Wild Kratts and other PBS KIDS shows!
Amazing Travel Bureau (National Geographic)      
Kids can journey into some of the world's fascinating places and play interactive games.  We dare you! Join WORLD magazine's Travel Bureau kids on an adventure into a Maya temple. Can you unlock the secrets of the tomb?
Arthur's Page      
For Arthur fans everywhere! This site, maintained by PBS, features games and children's art. A very popular site for younger children who love the character created by Marc Brown.
Jan Brett's Page      
At this site, you can send cyber-postcards, download artwork and activities designed by author-illustrator Jan Brett, find recipes, read about Jan Brett's books and much more. If you admire her detailed style, you can now access her art and also e-mail her through the Web. With over thirty seven million books in print, Jan Brett is one of the nation's foremost author illustrators of children's books.   Jan lives in a seacoast town in Massachusetts, close to where she grew up.   During the summer her family moves to a home in the Berkshire Hills of Massachusetts.
KidLink      
Kidlink Project is run by a Swedish non commercial organization called 'Kidlink Association'.  The project helps children understand their possibilities, set goals for life and develop life-skills. The educational projects are free. The projects do motivate learning, by helping teachers to relate to local curriculum guidelines and to student's personal interests and goals. Kidlink is open for all children and youth in any country up to the age of 15, and for students that are attending secondary school. Most users are between 10 - 15 years of age. Since the start in 1990, children from 176 countries participated in Kidlink projects.  The US Department of Education recommends Kidlink in "Teacher's Guide to International Collaboration on the Internet."
Learner Online Exhibits Collection      
Interactive exhibits inspired by video series in the Annenberg/CPB Multimedia Collection; especially suitable for middle school students. Take a particular look at the Volcanoes and Middle Ages exhibits.
Education Place      
Free games, activities, and resources for students studying math, reading, social studies, and science.
Scholastic      
The popular educational magazine website with all sorts of activities and fun.
McGruff, the Crime Dog    
Find out about child safety and find fun activities at McGruff's Site. Just to let you know the entrance is FLASH heavy and will take a moment or two to load on your computer.
SlimeKids    
Packed with book trailer, Search Engines, authors, reference, book reviews and games.

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