Online destinations for the younger family members.
In September 2002, 4Kids Entertainment launched 4Kids TV, a four-hour block of
children's programming airing on Saturday mornings on FOX.
Interactively colour pictures online with any browser.
The mission of Cyberkids is to provide a voice for young people on the Internet by
publishing original creative art, writing, games/puzzles and multimedia by children aged 7
Global Childrens Art
Pictures submitted by children of all ages from all around the world.
Kids games, chat rooms for kids, video game cheats and other child activities. The kids'
games focus on fun, learning and Internet safety.
Search engine for kids, children, educators and teachers. Searches sites designed for
kids, that are child safe and clean.
Kids Can Travel:
Website for families intent on making the most of the their leisure time together.
Searching, planning and exploring are a big part of any adventure. Find unbiased
information on specific destinations and activities as well as practical tips, useful
tools and up-to-date advice on traveling with children of all ages.
An educational learning site devoted to bringing out the creativity in children of all
ages around the world. Share your stories, pictures, and musical compositions.
Wet or dry, spontaneous or rehearsed, Sesame Place delivers thrills and memories all
season long. Treat the kids to Elmo's World, dance with your Sesame Street favorites at
the Rock Around the Block Parade, or splash away the day in over a dozen water rides.
The non-profit educational organization behind Sesame Street.
Sports Illustrated for Kids:
A fun, safe environment for kids, filled with some of the best news, games, and
interactive features on the internet. If you're a kid, consider this site yours. And if
you're an adult, well, let your kid back on the computer!
Surfing the Net with Kids:
The best kid sites, website reviews by nationally syndicated newspaper columnist Barbara
J. Feldman. Each weekly column features five fabulous Web sites on topics as diverse as
Gargoyles, Monarch Butterflies and Stock Market Simulations.
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First there was mud. Then there were worms. Test your skills with Yucky Games - from Discovery Kids.
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