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A. Pintura, Art Detective. Explore the world of art with A. Pintura, Art Detective!
Amazon Interactive. Explore the Amazonian rainforest with online games and activities
Animaland.   Fun animal facts, contests, games, and Q&A from the ASPCA
The Arthur Page. Games, stories, and children's art featuring Arthur, D.W., and all their friends
Bill Nye the Science Guy. Fun with science, a demo of the day, and a chance to ask your own science question!
The Boomerwolf. Join the Boomerwolf Detective Agency and help solve a case
Nasa's Space Place for Kids. Interesting facts, fun activities, and exciting contests for children in grades K-6.
Science Fair Project Resource Guide. An excellent resource from Internet Public Library that links kids to all sorts of exceptional resources for their projects.
Earth Science Explorer. His name’s Explorasurus, and here is the deal: He’ll teach you of Earth when the dinos were real. We’ll travel the world, and we’ll travel through time. We’ll find out the dinosaur’s reason and rhyme. This is a virtual earth science museum.
Carlos’ Interactive Coloring Book. Kids choose the coloring tools they want to use and go to work coloring.
AZKidsNet Knock knock jokes, elephant jokes, riddles, sports, animals, movies & TV, and more. 
Sesame Street Central. The kids’ activities page with your friends from Sesame Street. Play games with Prairie Dawn, Elmo, and the Cookie Monster.
Thomas the Tank Engine Page. Calling all Thomas the Tank Engine fans! Stories, games, and fun. Kids! National Geographic’s site for young readers is one of the best resources for information on the Net about the world, its people, and its wildlife.
Discovering Ancient Egypt.  All about ancient Egypt, pyramids, temple reconstructions, and the pharaohs.  Write your name in ancient hieroglyphics!  
InfoNation. Choose two countries and the site will compare them statistically, economically, and more.
The Dinosauria. What do we know about dinosaurs? How did they live? How did they die? How do they live on today? Includes a section on myths and contains links to numerous other dino-sites.
San Diego (Calif.) Zoo. You can play “Gulp!” at different levels or do a puzzle in “Baby Talk.” This Zoo cares for 3,800 animals (800 different species) and creates outstanding natural habitats for its animals.
Astronomy for Kids. The solar system, planets, sun, stars, asteroids, and galaxies are all available in this site.
Semantic Rhyming Dictionary. You can use it to write bad poetry or even good poetry. Using the three query functions described in this site, you can find words that rhyme with, almost rhyme with, or sound exactly the same as a certain target word.
The Super Sitter. Being a babysitter is a lot of fun, and it’s a nice way to make some money. It’s also a great way to learn about responsibility. The Super Sitter is a guide that can come in handy not only for babysitters but parents as well. And be sure to check out the Baby Safety Checklist, which has valuable pointers on how to keep children safe.
Kid’s Space. The site has rapidly developed into many sections, including creative activities communication pages and sections for learning basic computer skills. Good audio clips of music by kids are available in three options.
Positively Poetry. This site is made up of poems submitted by kids from around the globe. Children can send their poems to Positively Poetry and all work will be displayed for people on the Internet to view.
B.J. Pinchbeck's Homework Help Site.    Over 500 links to educational sites to help students find anything needed on curricular and interest areas. 

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