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March 14, 2010 -- From Mark, a reader from Brooklyn, NY, who is affiliated with the site.
SweetSearch, A Search Engine for Students, searches only 35,000 Web sites that have been evaluated and approved by our team of Web research experts. It excludes unreliable sites that often rank high in other search engines and waste students’ time. With only credible results to evaluate, students can focus their energy on determining which results are most relevant to their research.
March 14, 2010 -- From Mark, a reader, from Brooklyn, NY, who is affiliated with the site.
FindingDulcinea is a superb site for teaching students how to use the Internet effectively and responsibly. Its “On This Day” column covers each day an intriguing historical event – what led up to it, what happened that day, and what has happened since. Its “Happy Birthday” column celebrates inspiring people, both historic and contemporary. The articles in both sections contain links to the online sources where the information was found.
March 5, 2009 -- From Mrs. Anderson, a teacher from California, who is not affiliated with the site.
Hi. I wanted to share this site I came across called KidRex.org. It’s a kid-safe Google search. It’s really cute and I love the whole crayon effect!
February 6, 2008 -- From Andrew, a reader, from St. Louis, Missouri, who is affiliated with the site.
SchoolTube.com is a safe video website for K-12 students and teachers. All videos are student produced and teacher approved. There are over 70 categories, so there is something for everyone.
August 23, 2006 -- From Kenneth D. Bush, a parent, from Campton, KY USA, who is affiliated with the site.
DotComHunt.com gives a helping hand to those that are incorrectly searching for websites such as Disney, Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, etc. Links and information for the top incorrectly searched for websites are listed.
July 10, 2006 -- From Jennifer, from San Diego, CA, who is not affiliated with the site.
While nosing around the internet with my four year old, I ran across this fun scavenger hunt for kids. The hunt asks for questions that can be found on other kid-friendly websites.
With my reading help, my son had no trouble finishing the search. My 9 year old also participated and thought it was really cool!