What Kids Are Saying offers kids educational games including the funny things kids say, their thoughts and help in improving their computer knowledge.
January 29, 2009 -- From Pat, a reader from PA who is affiliated with the site.
What child doesn’t love to have fun? Nursery Rhymes and poems and stories for kids are fun – priority #1. For the parent, though, they are a perfect way to introduce the early reader to language while sprinkling a bit of fertilizer on a healthy, growing imagination. Quality time well spent.
January 29, 2009 -- From Jan, a reader, from Milwaukee, WI, who is affiliated with the site.
KidsCom.com is an eco-friendly virtual world where kids play free educational/fun games to save the fictional Planet Sarillion and animals. With game points they can buy free food and power-items to care for their (free) virtual pets; buy energy-efficient items to decorate their (free) virtual playhouse and much more! A paid upgrade membership is available for more benefits.
January 28, 2009 -- From Brownielocks, a reader, from USA, who is affiliated with the site.
Children are so wise! Enjoy the world through their eyes.
January 27, 2009 -- From Guido, age 17, from Peru, who is not affiliated with the site.
Spanish School, Curiosities on Latin American, Argentine Culture and Learning Spanish Testimonials
January 27, 2009 -- From Sean, a reader, from New York, USA, who is affiliated with the site.
SKS Science Products is an online distributor of labware. Featuring science fair project ideas with video demonstrations for your class curriculum.
January 27, 2009 -- From Pamela Olvera, a reader, from France, who is affiliated with the site.
This site is for young teenagers between 10 up to 16 years old, where they can create their own cartoons for free. It is educational, creative and fun!
January 27, 2009 -- From Dave, a reader from Cambridge, UK, who is affiliated with the site.
Over a hundred science experiments, ranging from how to make a bowl disappear to making a light bulb light up with no wires. How to do the experiment is explained, what to expect is illustrated with photos and diagrams, and what happened is explained in detail and illustrated with loads of diagrams so you know what happened and more importantly why.
January 26, 2009 -- From Regan, a reader, from Anchorage, AK, who is affiliated with the site.
Please take a moment to check out this wonderful project. Written and narrated by high school students from Boston, MA, the Urban Bird Sounds Project is an audio guide to the songs and calls of common urban (and suburban) birds. The guide features recordings of birds, tips and tricks for learning bird sounds, information about each of the 18 species featured, and short quizzes to help you review. There are also many photos of the birds as well as easily downloadable lessons and activities for teachers and students. The whole guide is available for download (for free) on the website (www.urbanbirdsounds.org) or you can order a CD copy (also free)!
January 25, 2009 -- From Pat, a reader, from United States, who is not affiliated with the site.
Original articles and pictures covering many North American butterfly species.