Kids Greatest Sites
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"Parents, teachers and school librarians like www.4Kids.org because it provides a valuable starting point for educational explorations on specific topics. Cool Spots is a search feature built into the Web site that organizes features by content area. Children like the site because it’s a great place to find information for homework assignments. www.4Kids.org has also been featured as an American Library Association (ALA) Great Web Site for Kids."
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Check out animals from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service or National Zoo from the Smithsonian Institution or Agriculture from Agricultural Research Service or Geographic Learning Site from the State Department. I could go on but there isn't enough room on this page.
A service of the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office.Smithsonian Institution's National Zoo [New Window]
Take a virtual visit to the National Zoo by exploring the photo galleries. You can also learn about many of the species from all over the world found here at the Zoo. You can also send many of our photos to your friends with e-cards on the site.
You can take a virtual visit to the Zoo any day of the week by tuning into the live web cams, which feature many of the Zoo’s animals.
About 2,000 animals from 400 different species can be seen in indoor and outdoor exhibits throughout the National Zoo. Some of the exhibits show animals that live in the same part of the world, others highlight a variety of animals in a taxonomic group—such as birds and great apes—and others feature animals all on their own.
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"Welcome to my vision of what's wonderful on the Web. Welcome parents, kids, teens, grandparents, teachers, librarians and the incurably curious. I am a syndicated newspaper columnist, mother, wife and Net surfer supreme (not listed in order of importance, of course). As seen in millions of newspapers each week, here are my site recommendations for kids and families....."
A site for older kids about the first dinosaur fossil found in the United States in 1858. Foulke had discovered the first nearly complete skeleton of a dinosaur, an event that would rock the scientific world and forever change our view of natural history.
Click on the Banner above to go to FunBrain.com Home or test your geography skill with this map quiz. There are five skill levels to choose from and seven different maps. There is also a two player version.
If you aren't a Yaholigan, you will be after you visit this site. The link above will thke you to Yahooligans! Home Page or try one of the links below:
Don't forget to choose a name from the "drop down" list before you start. (Top of page, left)