October 19, 2008 -- From lsmpascal, a reader from Aix en Provence, France, who is affiliated with the site.

A lot of educational geographic games. Countries quiz, cities quiz, USA states quiz and more.
A good site to learn with fun.

PBS Africa for Kids

May 5, 2006 -- From Edward Gregory, a reader from New York who is affiliated with the site

This new site lets kids play a thumb piano, make a Dogon Rabbit mask, hear an interactive Swahili folk tale, and more. In the ‘My World’ section, students from different regions, such as the students at West African Secondary School in Ghana, have posted photographs to offer insight into their lives. Young visitors can e-mail questions and learn more about the lives of African students.

Fin, Fur and Feather Bureau of Investigation

November 24, 2004 -- From Sarah Clark, a reader from New York who is affiliated with the site

WGBH’s Fin, Fur and Feather Bureau of Investigation takes kids online with geography-themed interactive stories set in Tokyo, India’s Bollywood and Australia’s outback. Kids learn and then use geography skills to solve international detective stories.

University of Texas Online

February 17, 2002 -- From Shel, a teacher from Daytona Beach, Florida, who is not affiliated with the site

This site has wonderful current world maps with the countries labeled. It’s perfect for studying. Some of the maps were large, but most could be printed out with just a little adjustment.

National Parks Conservation Association

December 26, 2001 -- From Gaby, a reader from Washington, D.C., who is affiliated with the site

With more than 80 million acres and 385 units (including parks, monuments, preserves, trails, and battlefields), America’s National Park System is the biggest in the world. At, you can take virtual visits to the parks; learn about endangered species, biodiversity, threats to the environment and how you can help; read articles from National Parks magazine; and see lots of great pictures of America’s magnificent parks. Recommended by USA Today Education and Newsweek, brings the national parks to your computer.
Puzzle Maps

May 14, 2001 -- From Lisa L. Kirchner, a parent from Pittburgh, PA who is affiliated with the site

Complete puzzles depicting land forms and world geography, hear and see animations that give more detail, then send your “passport” to friends and family. Or check your knowledge with a quiz. Geography has never been this fun AND effective.

Adventure Learning Foundation

April 24, 2001 -- From Donald Greene, a reader from Prescott, AZ who is affiliated with the site

These online learning expeditions take students and teachers on virtual journeys around the globe. Provides lesson plans and activities while promoting a greater understanding of different cultures.