This is the most likely the only search page you need. For older children or adults, try Best Search Tools.
Homework Helper will allow you to input a problem and your answer. It will then figure out if your solution is correct.
Search engine for Kids.
This great site features an almanac, atlas, dictionary and encyclopedia made especially for kids. You'll also find a daily famous birthday, event in history, a quiz, interesting topics in the spotlight, plus Funbrain.com games, and a homework help center. The Fact Monster is part of the InfoPlease.com Student area. Site has ads.
Who would have thought that a dictionary could be so much fun! Word Central is online student dictionary. It also features a kid's word of the day with audio pronunciation and vocabulary | building games and word puzzles. From Merriam | Webster.
Play a couple of games, learn about history and art history while you create your own pictures and stories. Unless you save each sticker book page, the only way you can move forward is to add a new page. Click on "Discover More" to read more information. If you register, you can save your pictures and share them with friends. For children up to age 12. Requires Shockwave.
Kids Hub is a fun learning center for elementary school and middle school students. It features free online interactive lessons, educational games, puzzles, and quizzes.
Great for early readers and phonic support. They will also send free resources to teachers.
Come and explore Birdwell Island with Clifford and his friends.
Launch FrizTV to help Ms. Frizzle size up some BIG dinosaur facts. Visit the Art Gallery to chill out at the WINTER gallery and create some FOOD art! Soar through the air in Taking Flight. Have you been to the Lab lately? There're lots of games to explore!
Dear America invites you into the personal experiences of girls from different times in American History.
If you're looking for more BSC fun, you've come to the right place! Enjoy these online games and helpful tips, and get information on the CD | ROMs and other cool BSC stuff.
The Cat in the Hat, Sam | I | Am, Horton and the Whos, and the rest of the Seuss characters welcome you to Seussville, Dr. Seuss's playground in cyberspace. You can play games, chat with the Cat in the Hat, win prizes, find out about new Dr. Seuss books and CD | ROMs, and much, much more!
Join Tippity Witchet at her windmill house as she shares 4 very nicely illustrated stories with you. Also includes a number of preschool activities.
Contains a wealth of illustrated stories in a variety of different subjects.
Based on the PBS children's series, this great site features an entertaining new story each week for you to read. You'll also find story | related games, a "word helper", literacy tips, an extensive collection of things to print, and lots more.
Read fairy tales, interactive stories, nursery rhymes, and holiday stories. Some of the stories can be read to you if you have the Real Audio Player.
Join Bunny the stuffed animal and his toy friends Mugsy, Blue Penguin, Sharky, Fred | 2000 and others, for a cute collection of stories written for 3 to 9 year old children. Colorful illustrations accompany each of Bunny's exciting adventures.
Visit the animated land of CYKE and learn about emotions at Adventure Station, read interactive stories at Mullet Point, or visit other areas to learn about animals, US states and presidents, parts of the body, and much more.
Read funny poems, see how fast you and your friends can read a tongue twister, enter poetry contests, or challenge yourself with fill | in | the | blank poems. Includes tips on how you can become a "giggle poet" too!
A nice collection of silly poems, songs, and stories, complete with attractive illustrations. Also includes a section with tips on how to write poems.
Read along as you listen to Rick Miller tell the tale of four animal friends in The Bremen Town Musicians. As you read, press the "Play" button on each page to activate the nice animations that accompany the story.
Lil' Fingers Storybooks is a great collection of animated stories that parents can read with their toddlers. Each story includes child | friendly features and introduces subjects like counting, colors, shapes, facial expressions, and more. A fun assortment of games and activities is also included.
Join Merpy and her friends for a fun new interactive adventure every month. Each is wonderfully animated and is accompanied by a delightful musical score. Stories in Spanish are also available.
Nana wants to help get kids interested in reading with her collection of short stories. Titles include Maxie the Mutt, Tommy the Tomato, Billy the Class Bully, plus many others. Nicely illustrated by Nana's granddaughters.
The nicely made animated stories are the main focus of this site, but you'll also find games, educational activities, music, a pen pal section, and more.
Here's a great story site for preschool and elementary age children! Currently there are 7 stories available for preschool readers and 1 for older children, with more promised. Each has great graphics, animation and sound effects. Activities, both online and and "take home" are included. A must | see! (Flash required)
Mysteries to solve, scary stories, magic tricks, and contests. Contains a new mystery every week. Enter a writing contest and you could win a prize.
Geared for grades 4 and above, this site first asks you for nouns, verbs, and other words which it then enters into a story. A wacky tale is the result!
WonderVista's goal is to get children reading, and they do so with a nice assortment of stories, a new one appearing each week. An activity page, containing coloring pages, dot | to | dots, mazes, and other fun stuff, is included after each story.
Hundreds of pages of Basic Math Skills. Interactive Practice on every page. An Explanation of the math topic on each page. Several Challenge Games on every page. Math Problems are randomly created.
Play a couple of games, learn about history and art history while you create your own pictures and stories. Unless you save each Sticker book page, the only way you can move forward is to add a new page. Click on "Discover More" to read more information. If you register, you can save your pictures and share them with friends. For children up to age 12. Requires Shockwave.
Convert measurements of all types at ConvertIt.com. The site also has currency exchange calculators, world time zone information and various topical calculators
John Banfill, a former math teacher, provides interactive exercises about basic math concepts and methods. Nicely designed activities for up to seventh grade are arranged by grade level.
Play games like bingo, discover hidden pictures, test yourself with flashcards and use the homework helper that will tell if your answers are correct. For elementary age children. Site has banner ads.
Solve math problems about story characters, holidays, magic, and more. Problems are sorted by topic and level of difficulty, and each worksheet can be printed. Answers are also provided. Created by Ashok Bansal, a former teacher, for kids in grades 1 to 8. These math problems are intended to be used by teachers.
Fleet Kids teaches you how to earn, spend and save money through games. Manage a pretend company so you can make enough money to build a roller coaster, spend coins wisely in order to make it to the finish line, count out the correct change at a virtual cash register, and more. You must sign up first, so you can keep track of your scores. Requires Shockwave.
Solve these weekly brain teaser math puzzles. Brain teasers are arranged by grade level and include hints in case you need some help. From Houghton Mifflin's Education Place.
Math.com is dedicated to providing revolutionary ways for students, parents, teachers, and everyone to learn math. Math.com was born out the need for improved math education throughout the world and the incredible power of the Internet.
Do you want to learn about spreadsheets? In this website you’ll learn about the history of spreadsheets, how to use them, and vocabulary. You will find out how spreadsheets can be used in a variety of school subjects and how they can help you organize information and practice skills. There are also some cool quizzes and puzzles.
You may know that a doe is a female deer, but did you know that a female swan is called a pen? You'll find many more names for animals, their babies and the groups they live in at this site, plus information printouts on each.
No matter what your favorite animal is, there's a good chance you'll find it at Animal Planet. Explore animals by subject, learn more about your dog or cat with the pet guides available, play fun games, and much more.
At this site you can learn about mammals, reptiles, insects, birds, and fish, and then play games to test your knowledge.
If you love animals, you'll find a lot to like about this site! Read animal stories, watch a cartoon, or get tips on how to take care of your pet with one of the many pet care guides available. You'll also find games, news, and articles about careers in the animal field.
Learn about bats, where they live, how they help humans, common bat myths, what they eat and lots of other batty facts.
Learn about animals like hippos, cheetahs, koalas, and more at this great National Geographic site. You'll find lots of fun facts on each animal, plus pictures, videos, and even postcards you can send to a friend.
The American Museum of Natural History presents an exhibition which lists endangered animals, and discusses the causes for their disappearance.
Did you know that the ancestors of modern frogs roamed the earth for 190 million years? Learn more about frogs, the myths surrounding them, the research done by scientists, and more, at this information | rich site.
Do fish sleep? Are sharks always hungry? You can find the answers to these and hundreds of other interesting questions at this site.
Like frogs? Then you're in luck, because we've got a great site for you! You'll learn all kinds of fun frog facts, find tips on how to care for a pet frog, play games, read a frog fable, view frog art, color, and more. Leap on over!
Want to have some fuzzy fun? Preschoolers can join these kittens for games and activities, and can send a kitty postcard to a friend.
Timothy Treadwell has lived among the Alaskan grizzly each year during the spring to autumn months since the late 1980s. Learn about the animals he studies and see his photos and videos. Includes a special kids section, bear safety tips, and more.
Did you know that a cheetah can run nearly 70 miles per hour? Learn more about the cheetah and other wild animals through facts and photos, play games and color online, and learn about the threat of extinction some animals face. From the Wildlife Conservation Society.
Explore the fascinating and funny 'creaturnalities' of creatures the world over. Includes an episode guide, creature of the week quiz, and more.
Puzzles, facts, animals, science activities, jokes, fun and more with age specific areas for kids and parents.
Each week, PBS presents an excellent web piece based on the TV series Nature. Subjects cover all aspects of nature, animals, and even pets. Included are teacher's guides, videos, games, previous features, and more.
Visit this site to find thousands of pet photos and descriptions, along with tips on grooming, care, and the costs associated with owning a specific pet.
This National Geographic coloring book site has dozens of great animal pictures for you to color, featuring everything from owls to octopuses, and cheetahs to chimps!
Includes thousands of cartoons covering almost anything you'd like to know! Originally drawn over a period of 14 years for the Observer newspaper, you'll find information on animals, art, entertainment, music, science, sports and 16 other subjects.
This is an online dictionary of art terms. It is very comprehensive!
A virtual learning environment for exploring the world of art.
View children's art work from around the world.
Students follow the expertise of detective A. Pintura as he tries to discover a mystery artist by exploring paintings and their styles.
Create your own improvisational jazz music with members of an animal band.
Click on this link to go to an excellent interactive fingering chart!
I really, REALLY like this site! It shows you how to play and provides backing music & tunes for you to play along too!
Resource of 6,900 classical music files in MIDI format from 525 Composers. Search for a composer or play a random song.
What is music? Is birdsong music? How about the tap-tap-tap of a hammer, or the wail of a creaking door? Is playing a garbage can different than playing a drum?
This site lets kids easily create and experiment with music and rhythm by drawing their compositions on a "Musical Sketch Pad". Also includes musical puzzles which challenge users to put melodies in the correct order, and other fun activities.
Contains a collection of MIDI files of Disney songs and tunes heard throughout the Disney theme parks. (not affiliated with Disney)
50 step | by | step lessons show you what you need to know to play the guitar. Also contains helpful information on what to look for when buying a guitar, useful quick | reference charts, and much more.
At this site for 3 to 10 year old kids, there are fun sounds to be played and simple stories to be made! Children can choose from 6 activities like 'Sounds of the Street', where they can improvise and record musical sequences.
Presents an introduction to the most important topics related to reading music in a very easy to understand way.
Fill a bunch of bottles with different amounts of water and what have you got? (Hint: Tap them to find out!) Play a song by tapping the bottles online, or follow the instructions for filling your own bottles at home.
Listen to and learn about instruments in the string, woodwind, brass and percussion families.
Learn about and hear samples of the more popular musical genres like jazz, rock, classical, reggae, celtic, country, and blues.
Take an A to Z tour of a variety of different instruments. See how they look and what they sound like. (Real Audio required to hear instruments)
Learn about and listen to instruments in the string, woodwind, brass and percussion families. Includes Shockwave games.
Build a skeleton or take a virtual tour of your digestive track. It's all here.
This is a health, science and technology site for kids ages 6 to 14. It presents animated movies, comics, experiments, quizzes and fun facts that make learning fun. This is a colorful, but busily designed, site with a lot of quality information. Includes advertising. Developed by Dr. Avraham Kadar.
The best place for science entertainment, Yucky style. From the Discovery Channel.
An amazing, online destination for anyone who wants to know how anything works! Originally started by author and entrepreneur Marshall Brain as an entertaining and fascinating place for people to learn about the world we live in, the site has grown to be one of the top 500 Web sites in the United States.
Our purpose is to develop a fun and different Web site about the Earth and Space sciences. Windows to the Universe is graphics intensive!
MadSci Network represents a collective cranium of scientists providing answers to your questions. For good measure we provide a variety of oddities and other ends as well.
World’s largest nonprofit scientific and educational organization.
Meet the people of NASA and look over their shoulders as they make NASA's goals a reality. Whether in the area of aerospace design or training for space walks, NASA Quest is a rich resource for educators, kids and space enthusiasts who are interested in meeting and learning about NASA people and the national space program.
Explores how the laws of physics play a role in the design of amusement park rides. Design a roller coaster, determine the outcome of bumper car collisions, and more.
What will the next thousand years hold in store for us? See what futurists are predicting and give predictions of your own.
Budding artists and anyone interested in color will want to see how color affects our mind and body, its use in design and art, plus lots more. Explains additive and subtractive color systems, how the eye sees colors, and how other cultures view and use colors.
Includes five interactive activities for kids. From the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
Investigate interesting (hence the name) and unusual scientific topics. Includes 'Ask Dr. Bob' and 'Did You Know' sections.
Where is the deepest spot in the ocean? Which creature is the strongest? Want to know what the fastest land animal is? Take a look at this site for answers to these and other scientific record | breakers!
A fun | filled science site that explores energy and other basic scientific principles. Topics include sections on "super bugs", photosynthesis, marine science, and more. Know | it | all tortoise, Dr. Galapagos provides humorous and insightful answers to science questions.
At Funology, science is all about having fun! But that's not all. Besides fun facts and experiments you can perform, you'll also find crafts, recipes, magic tricks, jokes, and a whole lot more.
Take your pick and study the anatomy of the human body or learn about the inner workings of an automobile. Each of the detailed graphic images has 'hot spots' that you can click on for more information.
Join Earthman, Sunnyray, Fluffy, and the rest of the Planetpals gang to learn all about our planet, weather, and ways you can recycle and conserve the earth's resources. You'll also find sections with crafts you can make, games, coloring pages, and lots of other fun stuff. Like the Planetpals say, "a friend for earth is a friend for life!"
You'll always find plenty of cool and interesting things to read at Popular Science Magazine's web site. Articles on science, space, the Internet, computers, and more are all here to help keep you informed of the latest advances in technology.
Includes thousands of cartoons covering almost anything you'd like to know! Originally drawn over a period of 14 years for the Observer newspaper, you'll find information on animals, art, entertainment, music, science, sports and 16 other subjects.
Using common household items, make a salt volcano, a roto | coptor, or one of over 25 other projects at this nice site.
Do you have a nose for news? Time Magazine's site for kids has science, entertainment, and world news, along with research and homework help, places to explore, online games, and more!
Simple answers to common science questions, plus fun science projects, experiments, and science news.
Join the Exploratorium and San Jose Sharks as they explain the science behind the equipment used in the game, how to slap a puck 100 miles per hour, how players stay in shape, and more.
Learn about our solar system, take a star tour, see how gravity and inertia work, play a fun lunar lander game, and more at this site by the makers of CoolMath.com.
Take your pick and explore the beauty of the sea, or the wonders of the universe. Sea and Sky is an incredible resource, providing extensive information on the mysteries of each in amazing detail.
Learn how volcanoes form, see what happens when a volcano erupts, and find out what scientists are doing to better understand and predict when a volcano will erupt.
Take off for fun and adventure with Arty, the part | time astronaut. Nice animation guides you through this site as you learn about our solar system, and play online games and activities. Includes a printable teacher's guide for use at home or in the classroom.
Take a journey through the stars and visit the planets, solve word search puzzles, or send a friend an out | of | this | world postcard.
Astronomy lovers will find a lot to like at this site! Run a multitude of Java programs that let you create your own solar system, view the moons and their orbits around their planets, learn about astronomical distances, and much more. You can even send a rogue star buzzing through our solar system to see the havoc it would create!
If you'd like to see how astronauts see the earth, this is the place to go. You might even be able to see how your own city looks from space!
How big is the universe? How is clean air produced on the International Space Station? Can we make Mars a more comfortable planet for humans to live on? Learn the answers to these questions and more, plus use J | Track, and other tracking programs to find out where the Space Station and other spacecraft and satellites are right now.
Learn about space, rockets, and astronauts, color pictures, play games, look at space art, and read stories by other kids.
View hundreds of pictures of the earth and space in the Image Gallery, learn about the birth of stars, facts about our sun, the earth, and many other subjects. Includes fun activities, teacher's guides, plus much more.
Preparation for a career as an astronaut starts in elementary school, and this site shows what is needed. Discover the odds of becoming an astronaut, the work schedule, even how much astronauts get paid!
Do you think you have the right stuff to explore outer space? Go to Space Camp, a five | day program where you can train just like real astronauts.
Take a fun interactive trip to Mars, visit the Brain Warp section for puzzles, send a friend a postcard, and play Shockwave games like Planet Surfin'.
Make futuristic things like a Balloon | powered Asteroid Nanorover, solve puzzles, learn facts about space, and more.
Click on a section of the Space Shuttle to get an up | close look at its many components. Also includes shuttle facts, questions and answers, orbiter processing details, and more.
Start the countdown and blast | off for fun and learning at this stellar site! Take a virtual tour of the solar system, play games, view space pictures and movies, get up | to | date space news, and more.
A site where young astronomers can learn about the solar system, the universe, and other 'space stuff'. Includes 2 levels for different age groups.
Do you know how big the universe is? How far away the stars and galaxies are? How long it took for life to form on earth? Visit this site for a tour of the universe, and learn the answers to these and many other questions!
A fantastic site from National Geographic with a vast amount of information about our solar system. With the Viscape SVR plug | in you can take a fly | by tour of the sun and each planet, but even without the plug | in the site is a must | see for space buffs.
Learn about the planets in our solar system and the spacecraft we send out to explore them. From NASA.
The history of Harriet Tubman, who led 300 slaves to freedom on the Underground Railroad. Includes quiz, timeline, pictures and more.
Over 100 years ago, the first Labor Day was observed. This PBS web site explains how the holiday was born, and how it's celebrated today.
Historic articles, documents, photographs, movies, maps and sound recordings. A great source for a look at America's history.
Homework help for students. Free maps for teachers.
Read feature articles, play the games, visit the Girls' Zone, and catch up on basketball league results and top teams.
Keep up to date on Little League news and play games too. FAQs, summer camp, and World Series info, with news releases and merchandise.
Visit all of the teams from this site!
The ultimate basketball destination.
Looking for a fun way to stay fit and healthy? Jumping rope is a great way to do it! Learn basic jump rope skills then move up to intermediate and advanced for a real challenge. Includes health facts and quizzes.
This site links to every sport you can think of from Major Leagues to College, from Soccer to Auto Racing!
A fun, daily quiz designed for kids between the ages of 8 and 18. After a teacher registers your school, kids are provided with a daily quiz question about nutrition, health, physical activity, sports, and a host of other topics and trivia. Kids getting the correct answer are eligible to win prizes in a weekly drawing.
A very unique virtual sports site put out by the The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Lots of links to crafts, coloring pages, mazes, word puzzles, clip art, stories, and shareware games. This site has ads.
NeoPets.Com is a Virtual Pet Site and offers cool things such as chat, games, auctions, shops, greetings, and much, much more.
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