Reader Reviews

April 2008

English Dictionary

April 30, 2008 -- From Keli, a teacher, from Istanbul, who is not affiliated with the site.

English Dictionary offers thesaurus, definitions, synonyms and sample sentences.

Rummi the Parrot and Friends

April 30, 2008 -- From Captain Dave, a teacher, from Tampa, Fl., who is affiliated with the site.

Join Captain Dave and Rummi the Parrot as they teach kids about the environment, give out awesome prizes and play great music even the parents can enjoy! While on the website watch Rummi TV and play fun games too!

The Zoo Online

April 29, 2008 -- From an anonymous reader, who is not affiliated with the site.

Every zoo on the planet is on this site and more. The Zoo Online is the essential guide to the zoos and wildlife collections of the world!

Launch Pad: Where Young Authors and Illustrators Take Off!

April 28, 2008 -- From Paul, a reader, from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, who is affiliated with the site.

Launch Pad publishes fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and artwork by children ages 6-12. The magazine is an open access resource, and we do not charge parents, teachers, or children any sort of publication or submission fees.

Seasonal Kids Activities

April 28, 2008 -- From Shannon, a parent, from New York, who is affiliated with the site.

This site provides fun kids crafts, a variety of coloring pages, easy recipes and simple project ideas to celebrate the holidays, the seasons and every day!

Egyptian civilization

April 28, 2008 -- From Mikel, a parent, from Egypt, who is not affiliated with the site.

This site is about Egyptian civilization and education and is for all ages.


April 26, 2008 -- From Anthony, a teacher, from Malta, who is affiliated with the site.

iBot2000 is about the fascinating world of Robotics of the Past, Present and Future, including the latest discoveries in technology, which will allow parents an insight into the revolutionary new world their children will be exposed to in the very near future. Created byTony Dyson, the man who built R2-D2.

The idea is built around a free publication which we call a Botcard, a clever piece of software which the student can edited easily by adding a picture and text about any specific robot, this is the first phase which encourages the student to search the Internet for the latest robots to create a simple record utilizing the botcard. Other features include, a built in e-mailer for sharing your collection with friends, just like collecting base ball cards.

Spelling City

April 25, 2008 -- From Kerry, a reader, from North Carolina, who is affiliated with the site.

Spelling City is a groundbreaking new website designed for parents, students, and educators. It used a real human voice to help students improve their spelling skills by practicing, playing games, and testing their knowledge. Users can import their own spelling lists, or use one of the thousands of word lists already available. Best of all, the site is completely free to use.

April 25, 2008 -- From BJ, a reader, from Webb City, Missouri, who is affiliated with the site.

We have developed as an alternative to other popular video sharing sites which are appealing to kids but may not be the safest place for them to spend their time online. We are a new site, but growing very quickly. The best thing about is we are very strict about monitoring every single video submission that is sent in, and making sure it is quality kid-friendly content before posting it on the site.

Military Kid Zone

April 22, 2008 -- From Shadrack, from San Diego CA, who is affiliated with the site.

This is a great alternative to Myspace. I am a military parent and this site allows my children to go on to the internet and enjoy the perks of social networking. Another great thing about the site is it will allow children to keep in touch with their friends when their parents move as well as it allows them to make friends before they arrive at their new home. The site is closely monitored and is completely COPPA compliant so it is safe and does not require any personal information.