Reader Reviews

January 2013

Lulek and Rosie

January 28, 2013 -- Submitted by Daria Modelska, a reader from Poland, who is affiliated with the site. is a miniature, animated kingdom of Lulek and Rozie in which there are a lot off educational games, colouring games and stories of different types. The service provides the pre-schoolers with a broad range of games and entertainment connected with education in safe and friendly conditions which are also adjusted to the developmental needs of the youngest children. The story line of the games is set in 10 fairy tale lands: Littleland, Countryside, Castle, My House, Marine Expedition, Forest, Music Station, Railway Station, My Little School, Creative Land. The child may enter them safely without using the game catalogue and not requiring constant assistance of an adult.

Stories for Kids

January 28, 2013 -- Submitted by Andrew Ziola, a reader who is affiliated with the site.

Tons of wonderful free stories for kids ebooks are available to read at


January 14, 2013 -- Submitted by Rachel Tringali, a reader from New York, NY, who is affiliated with the site.

Calling all SciGirls…! Every girl can be a scientist, tech guru, engineer or mathematician with the interactive SciGirls website that aims to transform the way tween girls look at science, technology, engineering and math (or STEM)! The fun, informative and very engaging site works hand-in-hand with the groundbreaking, Emmy Award-winning SciGirls TV series airing on PBS stations from coast-to-coast. Today, it’s especially important to foster girls’ interest in STEM since total employment in science and engineering occupations will increase at nearly double the overall growth rate for all jobs between 2004 and 2014. Sadly, women currently represent only a quarter of the college-educated workforce in science and engineering positions (even though they comprise nearly half of the workforce with degrees!).

Deutsch für Kinder

January 14, 2013 -- Submitted by Amir, a teacher from Tehran, Iran, who is not affiliated with the site.

Deutsch für Kinder is a website for the beginner young learners of German. It provides the learners with the very basic vocabulary classified by topic in a picture dictionary format, together with the English equivalents. It also includes different kinds of exercises to practise the language.

How Do You Play

January 7, 2013 -- Submitted by Joe Stakis, a teacher from Sacramento, CA, who is affiliated with the site.

How Do You Play is a guide with instructions to many icebreakers, teambuilding activities and fun games. All games are family friendly, free, and meant to foster a positive experience that promotes teamwork, creativity, collaboration, or friendly competition. Useful for classrooms, parties, camps, youth groups, clubs, and businesses, the games are playtested and vetted by editors. Users can also submit game ideas.