A website sponsored by the American Library Association’s Association for Library Service to Children that updates a list of fun and educational sites weekly.
Everyone’s favorite doll has her own website that features games, videos, and more. Try the game Wildlife Shutter Snapper or anything in the Fashion section!
Can we fix it!? Yes we can! And you can help here by working on projects with the crew and playing games! There are even printable coloring pages and posters that you can use at home!
Start your training to be one of the Animal Agents for Truth, Justice, and Stuff Like That! Play training games and learn all about the different animal agents. The trivia games are highly recommended.
A fantastic site that features toons, games, and everyone’s favorite athlete, Homestar Runner! A fun bunch of characters and stories created by two brothers who write and illustrate picture books. Strong Bad’s Email and Awexome Cross are my favorites.
This is a guide to the best sites online that are all especially for kids! Very useful for parents.
The official site of the world’s favorite building block! You can share your LEGO creations, play games, and sign up for the free LEGO club!
A safe and fun set of links that are separated out by topics that fit in with current and/or popular trends (Olympics, Mars, etc.).
Find fun activities to do, play online games, learn some new recipes, and plenty more. Not to mention that your favorite Nick Jr. characters are featured throughout the site! The best pages I’ve found so far (there’s so much to explore here!) are the Stuffed Pizza recipe and the entire Creativity Center.
Download coloring pages, play games, and learn more about your favorite characters and shows, including Arthur, Dinosaur Train, The Cat in the Hat, and so much more!
Create a character and build anything and everything you can imagine. Ask your parents before installing any of the software associated with the game.
Read all about one of the greatest authors that ever lived and immerse yourself in the universe he created. You can even create your very own Who!
You can learn your ABCs and practice reading here with a bunch of fun videos and interactive games. There are also printouts available for teachers or parents to help their children study!