A kid friendly website where anyone from ages 5-18 can share their fantasy stories and original artwork.
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What Kids Are Saying offers kids educational games including the funny things kids say, their thoughts and help in improving their computer knowledge.
December 30, 2008 -- From Penspace, a reader, from India, who is affiliated with the site.
Penspace is an online magazine targeted at young readers. The magazine publishes articles on a wide range of topics of interest to our audience such as history, hobbies, books, and people. The articles are written with a view to entertain and educate young readers.
August 12, 2008 -- From Perry, a reader, from Boston, who is affiliated with the site.
KidPub is the oldest and largest web site promoting reading and writing skills for kids aged 7 to 14. Kids post their stories, poems, plays, reviews, and other creative writing to a worldwide audience of thousands of readers every day. Although there is a small membership fee to post, everyone is welcome to come and read the amazing writing by our kid authors!
May 9, 2008 -- From Neal, a parent, from Boston, MA, who is affiliated with the site.
Tikatok is a free creative community for kids under 13 where they can write, illustrate, and share their original stories, and have them printed out into real hardcover and paperback books. It was developed by two mothers to encourage the imagination and creativity of their children and children everywhere. The site features a large library of interactive story writing prompts to jump-start a child’s imagination, and easy bookmaking tools that are completely web based.
April 28, 2008 -- From Paul, a reader, from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, who is affiliated with the site.
Launch Pad publishes fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and artwork by children ages 6-12. The magazine is an open access resource, and we do not charge parents, teachers, or children any sort of publication or submission fees.
December 14, 2006 -- From Phil, a reader, from Toronto, Canada, who is affiliated with the site.
This site helps parents encourage their children to write short stories. The children derive great benefits emotionally from submitting and seeing their stories on-line and the parents get tips on things to do, writing, guidelines etc.