Yahooligans! - The web guide for kids. Homework help, entertainment and games.
The Bubblesphere - Professor Bubbles teaches kids everything about bubbles including the science and history of bubbles, how to make your own bubbles, and includes online bubble games.Link to Bubblesphere didn’t work, which would cause problems.
Education.com - Kids activities to show your child the fun side of learning.
Get Set 4 Kindergarten - Presented by the Public Library of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County, parents can browse a month-by-month guide to ready their children for school based upon books, activities, and crafts.
International Digital Children's Library - Presented by the Children's Digital Library Foundation, kids can read a variety of online books from many countries and in many languages.Similar to Tumblebooks.
Kids Boogaloo - Presents online games, activities, and book reviews to children.
Little Critter - The official website of Mercer Mayer’s Little Critter offers online games, activities, and stories.
Marc's Observatory - Presented by amateur astronomer Marc Keelan-Bishop, kids can learn about astronomy through games and activities and even find Harry Potter characters in the night sky.
Math Playground - Presented by teachers, kids can practice their math and technology skills through online games, word problems and logic puzzles.
Math Slice - Provides kids with online games and worksheets in a variety of subjects and levels.
Mr. Young's Bouncy "A" - Presented by Acton Elementary School, kids can visit a variety of homework-related sites (Science, Math, Reading, Art, Etc.) to do research and play online games.
My First Garden - Presented by the University of Illinois, kids learn about planning, planting, and reaping flower and vegetable gardens.Also presented En Espanol.
Professor Garfield - Presented by Ball University and Garfield the Cat, kids can draw and write comic strips, create art and music, and play online games.
Science Bob - Kids can find cool experiments, learn the steps of a science project, and click on links to lots of fun science websites on this site of science enthusiast, Bob.
Science Buddies - Kids can find cool experiments, learn the steps of a science project, and ask the experts questions about their projects on this nonprofit website.
Scijinks - NASA and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration site about weather.
Seussville - The official home of Dr. Seuss on the Web - is the place for children of all ages to play and learn with Dr. Seuss’s wonderfully whimsical books and classic characters.
Tox Town - Presented by the National Library of Medicine, kids can find information about toxic chemicals and where they reside in their neighborhood, as well as information about disasters and their hazardous effects.
TVO Kids - Presented by Canadian public television, kids can play online games, join a book club, and watch episodes of the show.