Learn the alphabet with this fun new interactive activity. Click on a letter to hear its name and see a picture.
Get ready for fun and adventure with Dora the Explorer and her best friend, Boots! Play online games, read a story, learn how to say words in English and Spanish, color a picture online, plus lots more.
Perfect for younger children, this site features games on everything from ABCs to geography - all fun and exciting!
Join the gooey gang at GameGoo for a delightful collection of activities made for children in the Kindergarten through 2nd Grade age groups. Each game teaches as it entertains and features spiffy graphics, animation, and sound effects. Get your share of gooey fun today!
Neopets is a great online activity for older children; they can pick a fun pet, name it, and take care of it - all online and all for free!
Fun Brain is the one of the best online sites for kids in grades K-8. They can work on math, grammar, science, spelling and history here. There are even web-books and web comics on this site. Definitely worth a look!
A great site that teaches kids of all ages (parents too!) really interesting information about the intricacies of the world we live in and the technologies that we have adapted for it. Learn how oil is extracted from the ground, how antiperspirant stops sweat, even how we get that eerie feeling of deja vu.
Want to know how to keep your teen or pre-teen safe while they use the internet? This site helps teens and their parents to learn to surf the internet safely, use their cell phone safely, to protect their privacy, and even to blog safely online!
Building your own website is easy, quick and free with this website's help! Make a website for your family, a graduation website, a website to plan your next family reunion or even a website for your child's athletic team!
Teaching American Sign Language to infants and toddlers is quickly becoming quite popular among parents, daycares and preschools. When babies learn sign language, this skill provides him or her with a powerful educational tool of earlier communication. Frustration and outbursts are lessened, because baby can immediately communicate his wants/needs until he can physically pronounce it. Learning sign language does not delay speech, but in fact aids speech development. Most baby signers speak earlier than babies who do not learn baby sign language. Explore this website for everything you might need to know about how to teach your baby ASL (American Sign Language), the 3rd most commonly spoken language in America!
A resource provided by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) with information about "disaster preparedness that meets children's needs." A wealth of information on the history, symptoms and treatment of biological agents, chemical agents, radiological agents and thermo/mechanical agents as well as information about explaining world events to your child.
The American Academy of Pediatrics' website is full of information about your child's health and parenting tips. There is a back-to-school section to help you and your child cope with the transition or return to school.
A website run by pediatrician Dr.Greene, the Pediatric Expert for AmericanBaby.com, full of information about kids and kids' health.
An online community devoted to providing knowledge and advice to help parents better raise and educate their children.
Highly recommended. Help your children deal with emotional issues from school troubles and bullies to divorce and death. Presented in a way that kids can understand.
Important information on how to keep your child safe. Highly useful, and includes a special section on pool safety, and holiday specific safety (trick or treating, etc).
An information source provided by the American Medical Association (AMA) with articles and information relating to the health of children from ages 12-21.