Awesome Internet Sites for Kids!
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Printed on 100% Recycled Paper. Easy to use (-/+) age ranking system helps kids choose the sites they'll relate to best.. Clear, easy to read reviews of nearly 300 of the best sites for 5 - 13 year olds. Easy & Safe - each site has been designated an easy Smork Website Address - kids can type it in, or click on the address at Smork's homepage. Using the easy address helps avoid the risk of ending up on the wrong site. 38 subject categories include everything from fun sites like music, games and arts & crafts, to homework helpers such as history, science and geography
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Hundreds of the best websites for children ages 5 to 13 Midwest Book Review Awesome Internet Sites For Kids is a compilation of reviews on hundreds of the best websites for children ages 5 to 13. Compiled by Sandra Antoniani with the help of friends, this compendium of safe and appealing Internet resources can enable children to utilize their computers to learn, to expand their interests, and to have fun. Also included are important tips on accessing the Internet safely, responsibly and effectively. Special . Ann said Great Children's Internet Book!!. I don't know why anyone hasn't reviewed this book yet! My daughter received this book for her birthday a few weeks ago and she just loves it! I find this book to be very safe for my children to use. I don't have to worry about them going to an inappropriate site! Aside from all the fun sites, they find the information sites a great asset for their homework assignments. It helped my children to see that the Internet has so much more t. An awesome and entertaining Internet guide Bottle Imp "Awesome Internet Sites for Kids" certainly lives up to its title. The nearly 300 kid-friendly websites surveyed by co-authors Sandra Antoniani, Robyn Rektor, Lisa Slage Robinson, and Fiona Rowan cover everything from animals to world cultures. Each entry, geared toward nine- to twelve-year-old readers, provides a pithy description of a particular site's contents and a helpful age-range indicator. (My sons have especially enjoyed the
-- Jamie Rooney, Colorado. If your kids are online, you'd better get a copy of this book