Children will have a blast playing the scores of games here… and if they’re not careful, they may actually learn something.
KidsClick.org is a search engine created for children by librarians. Young surfers can search by typing in the subject for which they want links, or they can click on the search categories listed on the main page.
What you need, when you need it.
Here you can find plenty of activities to keep you busy. Build your own miniature Egyptian tomb, or craft spider webs and make your house ancient and unexplored. There are also science experiments you can try at home. Plus sugary recipes are suitable for little readers.
Sports Illustrated Kids
There are lots of games here, and they're free. Race motorcycles, shoot some hoops or do some killer skateboard tricks. You can find dozens of sports-themed games to try.
There's bound to be at least one Yu-Gi-Oh! fanatic in the house. There are clips here from hundreds of episodes. You can watch your favorite duels to satisfy you between Yu-Gi-Oh! episodes. And you can do it without hogging the TV.
Here you will find movies, sports, jokes, Ask Earl, e-cards, homework help, news, and much more.
Activities from Star Wars
There are one-of-a-kind games and activities aplenty here. One challenges you to match Star Wars music to the right movie scene. Another gives neat facts like where E.T. characters make an appearance. You can play a part in the Clone Wars as Obi-Wan Kenobi or Anakin Skywalker. Children can also be introduced to the older Star Wars films.
At this Site, you can make your own paper toys. There are cars, buildings and airplanes. You simply print out a model and start putting it together.
This is the online home of Charlie Brown and his lovable beagle.
The site features daily strips, a complete history of the characters and even e-cards you can send your equally nostalgic friends. If you’ve got a few minutes, a stop at Snoopy.com will quickly remind you that happiness is a warm puppy.
Creative fun for kids...bring your sketch pets to life
Hidden Mickeys' Guide
The so-called hidden Mickey became popular in the 1970s and '80s. Designers were encouraged to incorporate the mouse in designs.
Today, there are hundreds of hidden Mickeys. Many are fairly easy to spot. Others are somewhat questionable.
Need a little help finding Mickey? Then visit the Hidden Mickeys Guide. You can learn more about the tradition.
You'll also find pictures of many hidden Mickeys. So, you'll know where to look next time you visit Walt Disney World. Enjoy!
More Fun Stuff
Printable Puzzles is a website loaded with tons of different challenging puzzles that you can download for your kids. There are several categories to choose from, so you'll find something your children will enjoy..
It's a video site just for children. Each video on the site is vetted by parents.
Anyone can submit a video from YouTube. The video is then screened by the Totlol community. If approved, it's posted on the site.
Your children are sure to find plenty to love on Totlol. And you'll rest easier knowing that the videos they're watching are safe!
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