Web Sites for Kids and Teens
Here are some informative sites for children, teens, and parents to try. More will be added in time. Just click on the link to go to the site
Beach and Ocean
Computer help: www.4kids.org
Countries of the World
World Country Fact Sheets:
SunWise Kids (UV Protection): www.epa.gov/sunwise/kids
ABC Teach Directory: Farm Coloring Pages:
Educational Technology Center–KSU: Farm Life Scavenger Hunt:
Moozie.com: Moozie the Cow Coloring and Activity pages:
The Teaching The Teaching Farm::
Translations and Phrases:
U.S. and World Geography:
Health & Safety
Bam! Body and Mind
Laura Ingalls Wilder: Author
Laura Ingalls Wilder Historic Home and Museum:
Political Science/U.S. Government
FirstGov for Kids
U.S. Government Web Sites for Kids: Government web sites for kids, arranged in subject, alphabetical, and agency order.
Children’s Bible Stories: Kids can access 20 illustrated Old and New Testament Bible Stories, answer questions, sing songs, print coloring pages, complete word searches, and find their way through a maze on this site.
Holy Lands: Explore the routes and places (chronicled in Exodus) visited by the Israelites in the Sinai Peninsula. Users can also click on the Oasis of Feiran, St. Catherine Monastery, and Mt. Sinai to gain additional information.
Islamic Art: View a wealth of Islamic art found at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art Site. Has historical information, architectural context, and an easy-to-access glossary.
The Israel Museum: Archaeological, ethnographic, and art collections are housed at the Israel Museum Jerusalem. Has online exhibits to learn about Judaism.
Jewish Education & Entertainment: Flash-based activities including word searches, matching games, coloring books, geography games, Jewish trivia quizzes, and a multilingual hangman game. Youngsters can also access My Hebrew Dictionary and Bar Mitzvah resources.
Muslims: This PBS site explores the lives of Muslims and Islam’s worldwide resurgence, and also has video clips of Muslims, interviews, frequently asked questions, and a guide.
Weird Science/Gross Facts:
Steve Spangler Science: Has online science experiments with instructions and videos:
http://www.tnhistoryforkids.org : An informative site about Tennessee history, it has sections for teachers, students, and parents, along with books divided by grade level.
United States Geography
State Facts: http://www.globalcomputing.com
State Facts: http://www.50states.com
United States History
Abraham Lincoln’s Crossroads–Match wits with our 16th President:
AuschwiKids.Govtz: Through the lens of the SS–Photo album that chronicles the life of officers at Auschwitz Nazi death camp in 1944: www.ushmm.org/research/collections/highlights/auschwitz