Places for Kids
Pennsylvania government sites
- Attorney General
- Department of Community and Economic Development
- Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
- Department of Environmental Protection
- Department of Transportation
- Fish and Boat Commission
- Historical and Museum Commission
- Human Relations Commission
Department of Education's "Links for Kids"
Kids portal and playgrounds.
Health, science and technology activities and information.
A cool place for kids to learn and have fun. Online magazine contains stories and artwork created by kids. Have fun doing puzzles, playing games, and more. Tell the world about yourself and find keypals from around the globe in CyberKids Interactive.
FEMA for Kids
Sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Fun site for K-8 kids and teachers.
A virtual exhibition that lets children show off their favorite projects, possessions, accomplishments and collections to kids (and adults) around the world.
How Stuff Works
A great place to learn about how things work in the world around you.
By Smithsonian Magazine. Designed to capture the interest of 8-14 year old kids. Major areas include history, arts, worldwide, personalities, sports, air and space, science and animals.
Kid's Corner - FAA
A site by the Federal Aviation Administration with activities for children ages 5 and up
Houghton Mifflin's Education Place provides free games and resources for students studying math, reading, social studies, and science.
Of kids, by kids, for kids! A non-profit children's foundation.
Sponsored by the National Wildlife Federation, this site includes Ranger Rick, games, and "Cool Tours" of things like wetlands and endangered species.
A Middle School Social Studies and Library Media Project of student-reviewed recommended web sites.
The Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency
Read Write Now
Activities for kids to encourage them to read and write.
Books, games, puzzles, art, writing activities on ocean topics for elementary children.
"Link to the Latest TecKNOWLEDGEy on the Web." A weekly feature published in newspapers all over North America. Designed for kids (and parents) to find fun, educational and safe spots to visit on the World Wide Web.