Reader Reviews

January 2009

EngineEd.com

January 25, 2009 -- From Engine Ed, a parent, from California, who is affiliated with the site.

EngineEd.com offers free math, spelling and concentration/matching games for children (and adults) ages 3 and up. Parents and children can have fun playing academic games while sharpening their computer skills. There are also free downloads like a maze, word search and coloring page. EngineEd.com where “Ed” means “Education.”


Free American Flag Decals

January 25, 2009 -- From Mike, a reader, from Binghamton, NY, who is affiliated with the site.

American flag stickers. Kids love stickers. USA Traffic Signs will send you 10 free American flag decals by sending in a SASE.

Zilladog.com

January 25, 2009 -- From Christine, a reader, from USA Washington state, who is affiliated with the site.

Check out Zilladog.com’s free email service just for kids. ZillaMail is spam filtered, parent password protected and fun for kids. And did we mention it’s free? Zilladog.com also offers links to popular websites for kids to make a homepage environment. At Zilladog.com you can see movie trailers for the latest kids movies and listen to music on radio Disney.

Pier2Pier

January 24, 2009 -- From Jamie, a teacher, from Tavares, Florida, who is affiliated with the site.

Pier2Pier is a website which offers information about helping protect wild dolphins and manatees. Pier2Pier is an international education and awareness campaign initiated by a Florida teacher and her students.

A Children’s Story

January 24, 2009 -- From Shoban, a parent, from Cambridge, Massachusetts, who is affiliated with the site.

A fascinating fairytale for young children illustrated with numerous moving pictures on every page. Large font for kids who can read. There is nothing like it in the Internet.

Stamp Collecting – Doing it for enjoyment, not for profit

January 24, 2009 -- From Shoban, a parent, from Cambridge, Massachusetts, who is affiliated with the site.

The site is aimed at beginners in stamp collecting and teaches them the basics of the hobby. It also teaches them how to make this hobby enjoyable and interesting at a next to nothing cost. Kids can also swap stamps with other collectors through the site. The site is illustrated with over one hundred beautiful stamp images. Having fun with the hobby is the theme of the web site.

Ask a Firefighter

January 24, 2009 -- From Firefighter Dayna, a reader from Clarksville, Arkansas, who is affiliated with the site.

Children from across the United States are invited to participate in the Ask a Firefighter Program. Launched in October 2008, the program is hosted by firefighter and fire safety educator Dayna Hilton. The Ask a Firefighter program helps promote fire safety, shares information about fire departments and firefighters.

Children are invited to submit their question about firefighters, fire safety or the fire service and their question will be answered by a real live firefighter.

Firefighter Dayna

January 24, 2009 -- From Firefighter Dayna, a reader, from Clarksville, Arkansas, who is affiliated with the site.

Firefighter Dayna’s website is an interactive fire safety site for children and their caregivers. The website includes fire safety videos, coloring pages, activity pages, fire safety craft ideas and much more.

Children are invited to submit their videos, coloring pages and fire safety craft ideas. Children are welcome to send fire safety related questions and Firefighter Dayna will individually answer each question.

Sparkles the Fire Safety Dog

January 24, 2009 -- From Firefighter Dayna, a reader, from Clarksville, Arkansas, who is affiliated with the site.

Sparkles the Fire Safety Dog loves helping teach fire safety! Sparkles’ website features activities for children, including fire safety videos, activity sheets, fire safety tips and much more!

Adjustable Calendar in Paper Crafts

January 24, 2009 -- From Katae, a reader, from Chiangmai, Thailand, who is affiliated with the site.

Adjustable calendars in paper crafts. Easy hobby on your own.