Yahoo Kids - A young student search tool.
AskKids - Search engine for children ages 6-12.
Great Websites for Kids - A list of recommended sites for parents and students to use to surf the net safely and easily.
International children's digital library
Mama Lisa's World
Starfall's learn to read with phonics
The Artist's Toolkit: Visual Elements and Principles
Booklists for Birth to Five
100 Books Every Child Should HEAR Before Starting School
Libros en Español: Mas de 50 libros que todo nino deberia oir antes de empezar la escuela
My First Day at School
Sing Along Stories
Young Writers: Get Published!
Launch Pad: Publishes the works of young authors and illustrators between the ages of 6 and 14. Welcomes submissions of unpublished stories, poems, and book reviews, as well as applications from potential illustrators. Note: This site claims to "retain the copyright" of published works, which could mean that the author no longer holds the copyright.
Stone Soup: Stone Soup is published six times a year. They accept writing and illustrations from kids 8–13. Read a sample copy online.
Kids on the Net: Kids can write stories and post them for everyone to read.
Wacky Web Tales: Create a funny tale by pre-selecting nouns and verbs that get plugged into a story, MadLibs style.
Skipping Stones: This magazine supports cultural diversity and publishes stories submitted in all languages. Read back issues online.
Giggle Poetry: Fill in the blank and create a poem. Enter a poetry contest or rate poems online.
National Novel Writing Month: Challenge yourself to write your own 50,000 word novel!
Learning About Money
Learning to handle money -- how to use and save it wisely -- is important at any stage of life. The games and information on these websites will help children of all ages increase their knowledge and understanding of those skills
Thrive by Five (en español):
Thrive by Five, from the Credit Union National Association, has side-by-side Spanish and English information designed to teach preschool-aged kids about money and savings. There are carefully crafted, age-appropriate activities for children and caregivers to do together.
Hip Pocket Change:
This site takes a fun and in-depth tour of the history and purpose behind coins. There are games, cartoons, and interesting fact sheets.
These fun and informative online games are made to help kids learn about things like saving for retirement (if you’re a vampire, that might last a long time), managing credit cards (even celebrities need to do that), and surviving financial emergencies (like that time a tornado sent my house and farm into another world.) Check them out!
With a piggy bank full of games and info,The Mint will help kids and tweens go from the basics (like earning, saving, spending, and giving money), to more complex ideas (like managing an income and designing a budget).
Check out this site for tons of fun and informative videos and games focusing on money and savings. Also included on the site is information on starting your own kid-run business.
Treasury Direct - Kids:
Head over to the Treasury to learn about things like debt, both public and private (who knew there was both?), treasury securities (Ooo... is this about treasure?), and bonds (kind of like, my word is my bond?) Go to this site and you’ll learn something new.
Kids.gov - Money:
Sponsored by we, the people, this site has a good assortment of videos, games, and fact sheets teaching kids about money, savings, and investing.
This site is primarily for parents and educators, offering a multitude of educational resources to “prepare youth for life long successful financial decision-making.”
Primary Games: Super fun games originally designed for students. If you can't decide where to start you can click on the Can't Decide button on the bottom of the homepage for a random game. Information is included for teachers and parents.
Chateau Meddybemps: Visit this wacky site for all sorts of fun and fascinating activities for younger kids.
Math Playground: You'll be amazed by how much fun you can have keeping your math muscles ready to rock. For elementary and middle school ages.
Scholastic Family Playground: Fun, creative games for kids 3-7 with some of your favorite book characters: Mrs. Frizzle, Clifford the Big Red Dog and more!
Scholastic THE STACKS: More fun games from Scholastic for kids 8-12. You love the books 39 Clues, Captain Underpants, Keys to the Kingdom (and many others), now play the games!
Funbrain: These games will make you smarter. Games are arranged by age and grade level. Includes some teacher and parenting resources.
Minecraft: Minecraft is a creative, Lego-like game focused on building structures in a 3-D world.
RIF Reading Planet: Write and illustrate your own stories, play reading games, or express yourself through poetry — this site is great for younger children to explore reading and writing.
Agame.com: This site offers a large variety of games such as 'Snail Bob' and 'Zombies Want My Bike'.
National Geographic Kids: Elementary to middle school-aged kids will enjoy the numerous games, stories, photos, and even contests about animals, the environment, and different cultures around the world.
PBS Kids Games: Games and activities connected to your favorite PBS programs. Also provides information for grownups on using the site.
Nick Jr.: The games section of this site features cute and colorful games such as 'Dora Enchanted Adventures Game' and 'Yo Gabba Gabba Magic Word Adventure'.
TVO Kids: An Ontario website that provides engaging activities for kids ages 3–8 that link directly to TVOntario, an educational public television broadcast.