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Great Sites for Kids



ALA Great Web Sites for Kids — Over 700 sites gathered by the American Library Association.  Search through a variety of topics and this site will give you a variety of pages to visit. All are 'childproof,' and guaranteed to be exciting.  ALA for Young People & Their Parents

B.J. Pinchbeck's Homework Helper — One of the oldest and broadest directories of carefully chosen web sites for students, this father-son collaboration is a "go-to" destination for anyone with homework to do, a research or science project, or any other informational need.

Engineer Girl - The Engineer Girl website is designed to bring national attention to the exciting opportunities that engineering represents for girls and women.

How to Smile - A collection of hands-on science and math activities created by staff from science museums around the country, this website is a resource for educators, homeschoolers, parents, and anyone looking to teach school-aged children about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) using interactive, non-classroom methods.

A Kid's Guide to Engineering - A great starting place for young engineers! This site includes engineering games, activities, and science projects, as well as information about engineering concepts and links to biographies of famous engineers.

KidsClick! - Created by a group of librarians at the Ramapo Catskill Library System, to guide young users to valuable and age appropriate web sites. Check out its great directory of Web sites!

Tween Tribune - Daily news sites for kids, tweens and teens. From animals to entertainment, you will find the most compelling, relevant and interesting news all on one site! Registration required.

The Ultimate Stem Guide for Kids - Over 230 sites with activities about science, technology, engineering and math for kids.

Wonderopolis - Spark children's imaginations by sharing a "Wonder of the Day" and exploring a "Wonder Playground." A project of the National Center for Family Literacy.


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