Ask Jeeves Kids
The best search engine for answering simple kid questions like,
"How does an iceberg form?" or "What causes hiccups?"
DiscoverySchool offers word search maker tools so kids can create
their own word puzzles.
Cool Math for Kids
Games, brain twisters and colouring-book activities for a variety
of age groups help make math fun. A great site for kids who are
struggling with multiplication and need to practise their
Discovery Channel School
The creators of the popular Discovery channel initially designed
this site with parents and teachers in mind - but the fun
activities have major kid-appeal too. A favorite feature is the
learning adventures that let kids explore everything from
Cleopatra's palace to the space station.
This is a one-stop reference source of kid-friendly facts and
articles. The award-winning site also has loads of interactive
tools that encourage kids to improve their math, spelling and
Interactive tools and games like Grammar Gorillas and MathCar
Racing entice kids to learn.
A great place for kids to find things to do - not just at the
computer, but anywhere. The million and one games, magic tricks,
recipes, experiments and craft projects will put a stop to the
"Mom, I'm bored" syndrome.
How Stuff Works
This award-winning site clearly and concisely tells kids (and
adults!) how different things work - from the everyday (how
automobile engines run) to the unusual (how Jell-O sets).
This site was created by a group of US librarians so kids could
find age-appropriate Web content on everything from science to
health to popular entertainment. All links are non-commercial and
Kids Know It
The best place on the Web for kids to find information about their
favourite books and authors, including excerpts from the hottest
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
A perfect place for budding astronomers to learn about the galaxy.
Kids can receive up-to-the-minute bulletins about space programs or
use the multimedia section to view current images in space.
National Geographic Kids!
The best part of this all-round great site is the current affairs
section, written in easy-to-understand language, so kids can keep
on top of new archaeological digs and historical discoveries.
The activities and games on this award-winning site feature many
of the characters from kids' favorite TV shows, including Caillou,
Clifford, Barney and Oscar the Grouch. Easy navigation makes it
friendly for young and first-time Internet users. There's also an
extensive resource section for parents and teachers.
Science Made Simple
This no-frills site helps kids learn science the easy, hands-on
way with clear, detailed answers to their questions and lots of fun
projects and experiments.
United Nations Cyber School Bus
Translated into six languages, the rich content and resources on
this United Nations-sponsored site let children participate in a
global community over the Web.