Have you found (or created) a terrific site for kids? Please share it with us by submitting a reader review. If accepted for publication, your site review will be posted here.
April 30, 2013 -- Submitted by Jenny, a parent from Los Angeles, who is affiliated with the site.
Free Printables Online is a fantastic resource for teachers, parents and students/children. They offer hundreds of free printables, ranging from worksheets and lesson plans, to kids activities, arts and crafts, cards, invitations, calendars, games and much more. I think this site is perfect for teachers and parents for the fact that it’s completely free of charge, and it allows them to utilize educational content instead of having to purchase them.
Posted in Printable Games
April 23, 2013 -- Submitted by James Lord, a parent from New York, who is not affiliated with the site.
Today, I was browsing your website! And I found some really good websites for kids, which could help my kid in her education. And by the way, I’m following such similar resources for some years on JumpStart Preschool Games which helped my kid in her subjects. So I believe, adding these links in your website’s appropriate category, will be definitely helpful to your visitors, especially for the kids and parents. Have a great day!
Posted in Games for Preschoolers
April 23, 2013 -- Submitted by Jennifer Frost, a teacher from Bangkok, Thailand, who is affiliated with the site.
It checks for grammar and spelling mistakes, also gives alternative wording suggestions, and – of course – is free to use. I also do have a blog with daily updated English grammar lessons and exercises. Both sites are very easy to use, especially for the younger crowds.
Posted in Grammar, Grammar
April 8, 2013 -- Submitted by Darren , a parent from Atlanta, GA, who is affiliated with the site.
A Kids Photo is a kid safe stock photo website. The website provides free photos for the general public but emphasis free photos for kids and teachers.
Posted in Back-to-School Clipart, Clip Art, Free Clip Art
April 8, 2013 -- Submitted by Bakers Corner, a reader from Australia, who is affiliated with the site.
Are your kids often bored after school and always looking for something to munch on? Gather them around for a spot of family baking. Together with a range of baking products that are perfect for kids, Bakers Corner family friendly recipe database has a number of easy and hands-on recipes for your kids to enjoy.
Posted in Kid Friendly Recipes
April 8, 2013 -- Submitted by Silvia, a reader from Spain, who is affiliated with the site.
Vocabulary tool that teaches up to 5000 words of the most common 10 languages in an interactive way. Words are presented with flashcards, pronunciation and music, repetition intervals are optimized to improve the learning process.
Posted in Learning Spanish Verbs, Vocabulary Activities, Vocabulary Games
April 8, 2013 -- Submitted by Marcel van de Wouw, a reader from Oisterwijk, Netherlands, who is affiliated with the site.
If you want to discover the world with puzzles this is the site for you. Digipuzzle.net provides photo puzzles with photos of the world wonders, world cities and national parks. You can pick a puzzle from a list or from the world or USA map. On each place you can play multiple photo puzzles games like jigsaw, 15-game, photo-mahjong, photosearch, memory, etc. But also a sudoku or a word game like wordsearch or hangman (with for example the countries of the world or US places) The site is still developing so more places (cities, wonders, park, etc) will follow. Also some educational games will be added in the future.
Posted in Jigsaw Puzzles, Jigsaw Puzzles
April 2, 2013 -- Submitted by Janine Eshelbrenner, a reader who is affiliated with the site.
Creative sweets made simple. Learn how to make cake pops, decorated cookies, and other sweets through step-by-step tutorials and recipes.
Posted in Cake Pops, Kid Friendly Recipes
March 11, 2013 -- Submitted by Rufus, a parent from Boston, who is not affiliated with the site.
HeadBodyFeet is based on an old drawing game. A piece of paper is folded into thirds and one player draws a head on the first section. The paper is then turned over and the next player draws the body on the next section without seeing the head. Same for the feet, and then the paper is unfolded to reveal how it all fits together. This app is the same but with players across the web (although it can be used with three people at the same computer).
Posted in Drawing Cartoons
March 11, 2013 -- Submitted by James Lord, a parent from New York, who is not affiliated with the site.
Today, I was browsing your SurfNetKids website! And I found some good resources about the readers reviews of different websites, which could also help my kid in her online education. And by the way, I’m following such similar resource for years on kids educational games – http://www.jumpstart.com & http://www.knowledgeadventure.com which helped my kid in all her subjects.So I believe, giving a review to this websites, will be definitely helpful to your visitors, especially for the kids & parents.
Posted in Easy Online Games, Games for Preschoolers