Reader Reviews

January 2012

Make Me Genius

January 31, 2012 -- Submitted by Seema Arora, a reader from India, who is not affiliated with the site.

A good site,with lot of science education videos, power point lessons & compilation of interesting facts. Examples in videos are related to daily life of kids so that they can easily understand concepts of different topics

Tutorhub Online Tutoring

January 31, 2012 -- Submitted by Jon Ellis, a parent from UK, who is affiliated with the site.

Tutorhub is a homework help and online tutoring website. What is different is that it provides a place for collaborative learning (which is free), where students can ask questions and work together to answer them. For those needing extra help, it also allows students to chose and contact online tutors and arrange private one to one online tutoring support.


January 31, 2012 -- Submitted by Bompy, a reader from Serbia, who is affiliated with the site.

There are hundreds of free jigsaw puzzles with your favorite cartoon movie or game characters, waiting for you.
There are no annoying misleading ads, they are reduced to a bare minimum to keep the website operational and there are no ads at all once you start solving your puzzle.

Math and English Worksheets

January 23, 2012 -- Submitted by Jeremy, a teacher from Los Angeles, who is not affiliated with the site.

This is a great site for creating free math worksheets for you child to practice. They provide free addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division worksheets.

Happy 200th Birthday, Charles Dickens-Webqueset

January 23, 2012 -- Submitted by Gail Hennessey, a teacher who is affiliated with the site.

I was wondering if you might be interested in posting my webquest on Charles Dickens as a resource. With the 200th birthday of Charles Dickens, I thought young people could use this fun and informative webquest to learn about this very famous writer.


January 23, 2012 -- Submitted by Michael Estela, a teacher from Alabama, who is affiliated with the site.

As a high school teacher, it is my passion to help students achieve their academic potential and engage them to appreciate the importance of Math in our everyday life. I created to provide students additional learning resources that will supplement class lectures and guide them in solving math problems in a straightforward way. Math resources in this site cover various algebra topics such as equations, inequalities, radicals, lines, matrix, logarithms, polynomials, and functions. It also includes handwritten worked examples available for students to print or download.

Little Space Heroes

January 23, 2012 -- Submitted by Paul Gray, a reader from Sydney, Australia, who is affiliated with the site.

Little Space Heroes is a virtual universe – we say universe intentionally. Unlike most other virtual worlds out there, in Little Space Heroes kids can explore an entire galaxy rather than just one land or world. Little Space Heroes is designed for kids aged 6-12 and is free to play worldwide. In the game kids create their own heroes and can go on quests, make new friends, play mini-games and earn badges as they seek out Shadowbot. For kids and families that want unlimited adventure we do offer premium memberships.

A Young Scientist

January 16, 2012 -- Submitted by Jerry, a reader from New England, USA, who is affiliated with the site.

A kid-safe website dedicated to encouraging a love of science in young people and their parents. You’ll find experiments and projects for kids of all ages as well as selected videos from across the web. Come check it out!

Beat the Chess Computer

January 10, 2012 -- Submitted by Baron, a reader from Somerset, United Kingdom, who is affiliated with the site.

Designed for kids – beat the online chess computer from ChessBaron. Free, with settings for Easy, medium and difficult. No ads, no signup – just go to the URL and start playing.

Distance between cities

January 2, 2012 -- Submitted by Allen Knor, a parent from Mountain View, CA, who is affiliated with the site.

Distance between cities is a free tool that allows kids to discover how far away are cities from each other within the US. It also gives information about how long it may take to drive from one city to another one and draws on a map the best travel route by car.
Teach your kids more about US geography while they have fun discovering interesting facts like which are the most separated cities in our country, how far away does grandma live, etc.