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Things That Go TV!

February 19, 2015 -- Submitted by Rosie Baker-Smith, a reader from London, UK , who is affiliated with the site.

Things That Go TV! is a channel for children (2 to 6 years) to discover and explore the world around them. Introduced by Reggie the Roo, Things That Go TV! profiles scenes from the park, road, building site, waterways and illustrates anything that moves including tractors & trucks, cars & bicycles, boats & trains and diggers!

Fuel the Brain

February 19, 2015 -- Submitted by Lee Thach, a reader from North Carolina, USA, who is affiliated with the site.

Fuel the Brain was created to provide free and inexpensive resources to elementary educators.

The website was launched in February of 2009 with two games and ten printables. Since then we have added numerous games, printables, interactives and more.

We strive to provide high-quality and fun games and activities that address the current core standards. All of the games and activities on this site were developed by us to provide a comprehensive collection of teaching aids and activities that enhance the curricula.

Witty Lens

August 2, 2014 -- Submitted by Kizito, a reader who is affiliated with the site.

A fun blog, filled with Interesting, Unbelievable, Weird, Fun, Amazing, and Awesome Facts.

Huge Puzzles

October 12, 2009 -- From John, a reader, from Boston, who is not affiliated with the site.

This is a great and simple site to enjoy puzzles on the web. It has an easy to use interface and several puzzles (e.g. soduko, jigsaw, crossword). The puzzles change on a daily basis and supply fun for the whole family.


October 11, 2009 -- From North 49, a reader, from Vancouver, British Columbia, who is affiliated with the site.

Newzmash provides a website with age appropriate current news and information for pre-teens and young teenagers.

The objective is to provide young viewers with daily news about the world around them. Even if they read one current event each day, they are better informed and better equipped to understand and interact with the world around them.

New content is added daily, and all articles, information and facts, are interesting and easy to understand.

The Learning Kingdom

June 15, 2000 -- From Julia C., 9 years old from Califorina, USA who is not affiliated with the site

This site gives you daily history info.