4Kids.org is a team of educators, writers, technology specialists and students that produces weekly articles and links demonstrating how online learning can be a safe, fun and adventurous activity.
|50 States and Capitals|
Provides key information on all the states.
700+ Amazing, Spectacular, Mysterious, Wonderful Web Sites for Kids and the Adults Who Care About Them - The largest juried collection of children’s sites in cyberspace, this site includes links to online resources for fun and learning reviewed and organized by children’s librarians. Compiled by the Association for Library Service to Children, a division of the American Library Association.
|A Rainbow of Frogs|
Observation and discussion game for parent and child involving colors and cute frogs
Explore the geography of the Ecuadorian Amazon through online games and activities. Learn about the rainforest, the people who call it home, and much more.
Documents and historical materials that portray the people and events that have made our nation what it is today. From the Library of Congress collection.
The Animal Planet site has video's, pictures and lots of information about animals big and small.
A website with pictures, puzzles and links to other animal sites.
|Animals of the World|
See how few clues you need to guess the animal in the picture - mammals, birds, insects, reptiles, amphibians and fish categories
|Ask Jeeves for Kids|
A fast and easy place for you kids to ask the questions they need answered.
|Ask Jeeves for Kids|
A safe Web search tool that allows young people to ask questions in everyday language.
|Association for Library Service to Children|
Association for Library Service to Children, a division of the American Library Association - Lists of Newbery, Caldecott, and other award-winning and notable books, recordings, videotapes, Web sites, and software for children.
|At the Tomb of Tutankhamen|
The National Geographic’s Web site is a “you-are-there” look at the unearthing of the boy pharaoh’s tomb.
|Audrey Wood’s Website|
Author/illustrator Wood and her husband Don have created an interactive look into the many books they’ve created. A great site for the Woods’ many fans.
|B.J. Pinchbeck’s Homework Helper|
Need some help with your homework and research? Maybe you should visit 10-year old B.J. Pinchbeck and his father. They have found close to 400 sites on the Internet that can help you find the information you need.
|Bigchalk, The Education Network|
A site that has homework help, study aids, and more for Elementary, Middle School, and High School.
|Bill Nye the Science Guy|
Nye applies his entertaining approach to science to the Web with a Demo of the Day, highlights from the day’s television episode, and a chance to e-mail your own query.
This Black History site explores African-American issues on the Web through a full range of activities.
Teaches kids how to use the library to find the books and information they need.
A unique collection of puzzles, games and optical illusions.
An award-winning news service featuring news for young people as reported by young people.
|Common Errors in English|
Hundreds of examples of misused words.
|Creature or Not?|
Click on the map, hear about a creature, and then decide if it's a real animal or not!
Visit the Detroit Zoo online with links to other Detroit area animal attractions.
|DK E ENCYCLOPEDIA|
Encyclopedia including subjects such as space, earth, nature, human body, science & technology, people & places, society & beliefs, arts & entertainment, and history.
|Elements of Style|
Proper grammar punctuation.
On-line site with information about just about everything.
|FEMA for Kids|
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) helps people who have been in a disaster. They also teach people what to do during a disaster and what to do BEFORE a disaster happens.
Match animals, instruments, numbers, good food, junk food, flowers and more in this multi-level matching game.
Great fun! These learning games are divided into age categories and are the Internet’s more advanced cousin to old-fashioned flash cards.