Children's Internet Links
Links for families and children of all ages.
BBC Bitesize Website Learning games and activities for kids, from the British Broadcasting Company.
Cool Online Museums for Curious Kids
From Common Sense Media, a list of interesting museum sites for children and teens.
A kids and teens coding playground! Learn to write code and (when you get good at it) make games.
This site has homework information, educational games, and opportunities to explore.
Play games and learn about citizenship in the United States of America. Learn about the government and how citizens make a difference. Anyone can learn to be a good citizen.
Reading fun for children just learning to read, with stories they can enjoy and learn from.
Interland, an Internet Safety Game
Interland - Reality River. Play a safety game from Google. Answer questions to sink or swim in Reality River!
Math Snacks (English or Spanish versions)
A small, fun collection of math videos and games created by New Mexico State University Learning Games Lab. You don't have to already like math to enjoy the fun side of it with these clever games.
A fun learning website for young internet users, based on popular children’s public television shows.
Safer Chat Rooms for Kids & Tweens
Kids need to learn to navigate social media, yet parents are concerned about hazards on many popular sites. Here’s a list of better choices in social media apps and chat sites.
Science experiments and science fun for all ages, plus science videos of zero gravity, crazy foam, and exploding stuff.
Fun and educational activities from the Sesame Street children’s show.
Smithsonian Science Game Center
Games for kids that teach science ideas. Free, play online or download.
Children’s stories read aloud by actors, beautifully done.
Free Typing games help you practice for speed and accuracy.
Great for beginners. Learn correct hand placement for touch typing.
Fun typing games for little and big kids
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Parents & Teachers
Children & Online Info
Kids need to know how to judge the accuracy of what they read online. For teachers, parents, and kids, from Stanford University.
Common Sense Media
Age-based reviews for movies, TV, books, games, podcasts, apps, and more. 'Best of' lists and recommendations. (This site used to be free and can be a great tool for parents and teachers. It now asks for a fee to see more after you view your first 3 reviews.)