Reader Reviews

Online Playgrounds

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Captain Bootsie’s Magic Time Portal

May 2, 2008 -- From Lady J, a reader, from Menaggio, Italy, who is affiliated with the site.

Captain Bootsie Bear and His Fearless Crew are time travellers from another galaxy. Their mission on planet Earth is to explore adventures past, present and future and have a jolly good time. An educational adventure for all the family.

Rummi the Parrot and Friends

April 30, 2008 -- From Captain Dave, a teacher, from Tampa, Fl., who is affiliated with the site.

Join Captain Dave and Rummi the Parrot as they teach kids about the environment, give out awesome prizes and play great music even the parents can enjoy! While on the website watch Rummi TV and play fun games too!

Rummi .com

April 2, 2008 -- From Kelly, a reader, from Tampa, Fl, who is affiliated with the site.

We are a Children’s Internet Network featuring Rummi the Parrot and Captain Dave. Teaching kids age 3-7 about the environment and playing music that even parents will enjoy!

Educational Games for kids

March 3, 2008 -- From Julie, a reader, from Montreal, who is not affiliated with the site.

Game for preschool kids featuring the joyous and highly original cat Gofrette.


July 25, 2007 -- From Ginger, a parent, from Florida, who is affiliated with the site.

The Games area has online educational activities to help preschool children learn concepts such as numbers, letters, shapes and colors. The Stories area has several multimedia picture books including several of Marc Brown’s Arthur books. And Music includes songs and videos from groups such as The Wiggles, Hi-5, Barney and Buck Howdy.


July 6, 2007 -- From Shirt, a reader, from Vancouver. BC, Canada, who is affiliated with the site. is a wonderful new website in a unique format. This living cartoon offers a safe place for 2 to 9 year olds to play. We have no links to outside sites, offer full screen presentation and will never advertise or sell to your child.

The 51 citizens of Oville tell stories, read poems, sing songs, and play in a joyful, wholesome environment. Magic and fantasy thrive in this make believe world. And like all the wonderful places on Earth, Oville is growing and growing.


February 18, 2007 -- From Rhonda, a reader, from USA, who is affiliated with the site.

Great children’s interactive website with lots of puzzles, games, learning tools and pages designed just for boys and girls.

Princess And Henry’s House

February 18, 2007 -- From Paul, a reader, from Adelaide, Australia, who is affiliated with the site.

Princess and Henry’s house is full of fun things to do every day! You can help Princess decide what to wear to the ball, find out how naughty little Henry is annoying his big sister, read jokes and stories, colour in some great pictures, visit Princess and Henry’s cute pets page and much much more! Once you’ve come for a visit, you won’t want to go home!

Pitara Kids Network

February 16, 2007 -- From Arti, a reader, from Gurgaon, India, who is affiliated with the site.

From India and countries nearby, Pitara features hundreds of stories, poems, features, games and activities for children between the ages 4 and 14. Stories that bring alive the sub-continent, features that unravel the marvellous tapestry of our festivals and folklore, and games and activities that get the mind ticking. With 15,000 pages of content, and growing, Pitara (a Hindi word which means “a chest full of surprises”) is the World Wide Web’s most comprehensive, and safe, resource for children, parents and educators looking for culturally rich and diverse material.

The Toy Review

August 30, 2006 -- From Emma, a reader, from England, who is affiliated with the site.

The purpose of the site is to allow children from all over the world to upload reviews and images of their own toys. Not only will this give them a great introduction to using the Internet, but will help develop their thoughts, opinions and creative skills. The website uses a Wiki (which means it is simple to add articles or edit existing ones) and there is a simple user guide for children to follow.