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  • Appropriate for Elementary School aged youth Appropriate for Elementary aged youth.
  • Appropriate for Middle School aged youth Appropriate for Middle School aged youth.

  • A Game A Day. Appropriate for Middle School aged youth
    http://www.agameaday.com
    This site offers puzzles, games, and related materials designed to stimulate learning, problem solving, and creative thinking.

  • Big Nate. Appropriate for Middle School aged youth
    http://www.unitedmedia.com/comics/bignate/
    Nate's the star of Big Nate, the comic strip that follows this self-described "future great artist" as he doodles his way through Public School 38. But even a *ahem* genius like Nate can't do it alone.

  • The Boomerwolf. Appropriate for Elementary School aged youth
    http://www.boomerwolf.com/
    Join the Boomerwolf Detective Agency and help solve a case. Designed for children; amusing characters but sound science.

  • Chateau Meddybemps. Appropriate for Elementary School aged youth
    http://www.meddybemps.com/index.html
    All kinds of fun for families with younger kids.

  • Checkers. Appropriate for Middle School aged youth
    http://darkfish.com/checkers/Checkers.html
    Will the black or the red pieces win this time? Simple directions provided.

  • Chess Is Fun. Appropriate for Middle School aged youth
    http://www.princeton.edu/~jedwards/cif/intro.html
    Want to learn how to play chess? Want to learn how to play a bit better? Here are some fairly easy "lessons."

  • Chess Kids. Appropriate for Middle School aged youth
    http://www.chesskids.com
    Learn to play chess with interactive lessons, quizzes, games, and puzzles.

  • Children's Software. Appropriate for Elementary School aged youth
    http://www.kidsdomain.com
    This site is for information on computer books and software to help children learn about computers, programming, and creating multimedia programs.

  • Children's Television Workshop. Appropriate for PreK aged youth Appropriate for Elementary School aged youth
    http://www.sesameworkshop.org/sesamestreet
    Your friends from Sesame Street! Check out the coloring pages in "Big Bag."

  • Chinook. Appropriate for Middle School aged youth
    http://web.cs.ualberta.ca/~chinook/
    Computer generated Checkers. "A long-term objective of solving the game of checkers, i.e. determining the game-theoretic value of checkers." This is a very tough game.

  • Comic Zone. Appropriate for Middle School aged youth
    http://www.unitedmedia.com/comics/
    Your very own newspaper comics section! Includes Dilbert, For Better or Worse, Peanuts, Rose is Rose, and a lot more.

  • Crazy Bone. Appropriate for Middle School aged youth
    http://www.crazybone.com
    Have fun with dozens of on-line games, jokes, magic tricks, recipes, tongue twisters and coloring sheets.

  • DangerMouse: The Greatest Secret Agent in the World. Appropriate for Elementary School aged youth
    http://www.dangermouse.org/index2.html
    Danger Mouse is a wacky and hilarious adventure about a Secret Agent Mouse, and his trusty bumbling sidekick hamster assistant, Penfold. Penfold is lovingly daft, usually needs to be saved from one situation or another, and is the greatest straight man . . . er, hamster . . . ever known.

  • Discovery School's Puzzlemaker. Appropriate for Middle School aged youth
    http://puzzlemaker.school.discovery.com
    Puzzlemaker is a fun and easy puzzle generation tool for all ages that allows users to create and print customized word search, crossword and math puzzles using your own word lists.

  • Enigma. Appropriate for Middle School aged youth
    http://www.stephen.com/enigma/enigma.html
    This is a sliding puzzle site based on a toy of years ago. It offers interesting challenges and is totally addictive.

  • Five Field Kono. Appropriate for Middle School aged youth
    http://www.darkfish.com/kono/FiveFieldKono.html
    This beautifully designed strategy game is played on a Java board. It's worth the wait for the board to load up. Based on Chinese Checkers.

  • Fun Brain.com. Appropriate for Elementary School aged youth Appropriate for Middle School aged youth
    http://www.funbrain.com
    Who ever thought learning math could be so much fun? Test your math skills with these fun and interesting games.

  • Garfield Online. Appropriate for Middle School aged youth
    http://www.garfield.com/
    Heard the latest? Garfield's the greatest! Check out what's happenin' with everyone's favorite fat cat! Jim Davis's official fat-cat site!

  • GirlTech Game Cafe. Appropriate for Elementary School aged youth Appropriate for Middle School aged youth
    http://www.girltech.com/Game_Cafe/GC_menu_frame.html
    A Web page just for girls. You can create stories or work in science and math games.

  • Humongous Entertainment. Appropriate for PreK aged youth Appropriate for Elementary School aged youth
    http://www.humongous.com
    This site is mostly for younger children. Of course, the main purpose is to sell their fine software products, but they have free coloring pages and games to print out. Also, they held a coloring contest last Christmas, and the winner got to see his artwork animated and put up on the Internet for all to see!

  • Joan Irvine: The Pop-up Lady. Appropriate for Elementary School aged youth Appropriate for Middle School aged youth
    http://www.makersgallery.com/joanirvine/
    Joan Irvine is a Canadian author of children's craft books. Three of the books have instructions on how to make pop-up cards, a set of pop-up instructions, and a contest. Includes links to other pop-up sites.

  • Kids Hub. Appropriate for Elementary School aged youth Appropriate for Middle School aged youth
    http://kidshub.org
    Geared to elementary and middle students as a fun learning center that features free online interactive lessons, educational games, puzzles and quizzes. Includes parent and teacher resources.

  • Nickelodeon. Appropriate for PreK aged youth Appropriate for Elementary School aged youth Appropriate for Middle School aged youth
    http://www.nick.com
    Like to watch Nick? Here's where to click!

  • Official Disney Web Site. Appropriate for PreK aged youth Appropriate for Elementary School aged youth Appropriate for Middle School aged youth
    http://www.disney.go.com
    Movies, animation-everything Disney!

  • Official Star Wars Web Site. Appropriate for Middle School aged youth
    http://www.starwars.com/
    For Star Wars fans everywhere!

  • OwlKids Online. Appropriate for Elementary School aged youth Appropriate for Middle School aged youth
    http://www.owlkids.com
    This is a site based on the magazine for children in Canada. Nicely constructed site. The age breaks are helpful.

  • PBS for Kids. Appropriate for Elementary School aged youth
    http://www.pbskids.org
    Games and activities connected to your favorite PBS programs, including Arthur, Between the Lions and Sesame Street. Also provides information for grownups on using the site.

  • Pentalpha. Appropriate for Middle School aged youth
    http://www.darkfish.com/pentalpha/Pentalpha.html
    Solve this challenging puzzle on a very cool board and then let your friends try solving it. More of a puzzle than a game, the rules are a bit arcane. Requires Java/32-bit browsers.

  • Prongo.com. Appropriate for Elementary School aged youth Appropriate for Middle School aged youth 
    http://www.www.prongo.com
    Locate free online games, e-cards, quizzes, jokes, brainteasers, wallpaper, screensavers, and more.

  • Puzzle Choice.com. Appropriate for Middle School aged youth
    http://www.puzzlechoice.com
    Choose from crosswords, word searches, word play games, logic and number puzzles and more.

  • Snoopy.com Appropriate for PreK aged youth Appropriate for Elementary School aged youth Appropriate for Middle School aged youth
    http://www.snoopy.com
    Visit with a favorite character. Personality profiles of the characters and Schulz's thoughts on why they behave the way they do!

  • Squigly's Playhouse. Appropriate for Middle School aged youth
    http://www.squiglysplayhouse.com
    Look here for games, crafts, jokes, brainteasers and more.

  • Tiger Aki. Appropriate for PreK aged youth Appropriate for Elementary School aged youth
    http://www.asiabigtime.com/storybooks/aki_menu.html
    Animated storybooks and games feature Tiger Aki. Games include mazes, interactive puzzles, nap, coloring and more.

  • U.S. Chess Online! Appropriate for Middle School aged youth
    http://www.uschess.org/
    This is the Chess Federation site and does include beginning lessons in chess. Given the importance of chess in learning theory, this is a must!

  • World's Largest Roadside Attractions. Appropriate for Elementary School aged youth Appropriate for Middle School aged youth
    http://www.wlra.us
    Seeing these "largest" attractions, including the largest cow, catsup bottle, and cuckoo clock, will make you smile.

  • Appropriate for PreK aged youth Appropriate for PreK aged youth.
  • Appropriate for Elementary School aged youth Appropriate for Elementary aged youth.
  • Appropriate for Middle School aged youth Appropriate for Middle School aged youth.

http://www.agameaday.com
This site offers puzzles, games, and related materials designed to stimulate learning, problem solving, and creative thinking.

Crossword puzzles
http://www.cluemaster.com
http://www.crossword-puzzles.co.uk

Fantasy Sports
http://www.sandbox.com

Hangman
http://www.billsgames.com/hangman
http://www.braingamez.com/hangman

Make your own Games
http://www.quia.com

Mazes
http://www.puzzlemaker.com
http://www.mazebuilder.com

Puzzles
http://www.thinks.com
http://www.puzz.com

http://www.unitedmedia.com/comics/bignate/
Nate's the star of Big Nate, the comic strip that follows this self-described "future great artist" as he doodles his way through Public School 38. But even a *ahem* genius like Nate can't do it alone.

http://www.bonus.com/
A Web site full of games of all types from sports like broomstick to smart fun.

http://www.boomerwolf.com/
Join the Boomerwolf Detective Agency and help solve a case. Designed for children; amusing characters but sound science.

http://www.meddybemps.com/index.html
All kinds of fun for families with younger kids.

http://darkfish.com/checkers/Checkers.html
Will the black or the red pieces win this time? Simple directions provided. Requires Java/32-bit browsers.

http://www.princeton.edu/~jedwards/cif/intro.html
Want to learn how to play chess? Want to learn how to play a bit better? Here are some fairly easy "lessons."

http://www.chesskids.com
Learn to play chess with interactive lessons, quizzes, games, and puzzles.

http://www.kidsdomain.com
This site is for information on computer books and software to help children learn about computers, programming, and creating multimedia programs.

http://www.www.sesameworkshop.org
Your friends from Sesame Street! Check out the coloring pages in "Big Bag."

http://web.cs.ualberta.ca/~chinook/
Computer generated Checkers. "A long-term objective of solving the game of checkers, i.e. determining the game-theoretic value of checkers." This is a very tough game.

http://www.unitedmedia.com/comics/
Your very own newspaper comics section! Includes Dilbert, For Better or Worse, Peanuts, Rose is Rose, and a lot more.

http://www.crazybone.com
Have fun with dozens of on-line games, jokes, magic tricks, recipes, tongue twisters and coloring sheets.

http://www.dangermouse.org/index2.html
Danger Mouse is a wacky and hilarious adventure about a Secret Agent Mouse, and his trusty bumbling sidekick hamster assistant, Penfold. Penfold is lovingly daft, usually needs to be saved from one situation or another, and is the greatest straight man . . . er, hamster . . . ever known.

http://puzzlemaker.school.discovery.com
Puzzlemaker is a fun and easy puzzle generation tool for all ages that allows users to create and print customized word search, crossword and math puzzles using your own word lists.

http://www.stephen.com/enigma/enigma.html
This is a sliding puzzle site based on a toy of years ago. It offers interesting challenges and is totally addictive.

http://www.corynet.com/faces/
A game that lets you "mixup" the faces of celebrities. Silly stuff.

http://www.darkfish.com/kono/FiveFieldKono.html
This beautifully designed strategy game is played on a Java board. It's worth the wait for the board to load up. Based on Chinese Checkers.

http://www.funbrain.com
Educational games for children and teens, plus some parenting resources.

http://www.garfield.com/
Heard the latest? Garfield's the greatest! Check out what's happenin' with everyone's favorite fat cat! Jim Davis's official fat-cat site! Needs plug-ins.

http://www.girltech.com/Game_Cafe/GC_menu_frame.html
A Web page just for girls. You can create stories or work in science and math games.

http://www.humongous.com
This site is mostly for younger children. Of course, the main purpose is to sell their fine software products, but they have free coloring pages and games to print out. Also, they held a coloring contest last Christmas, and the winner got to see his artwork animated and put up on the Internet for all to see!

http://www.geocities.com/~spanoudi/spy/
A collection of image-searching games for parents to play with young (or not so young) children. This is a simple game based on the traditional "I Spy" game parents play with their children to fill time while waiting somewhere. Heavily graphic site.

http://www.makersgallery.com/joanirvine/
Joan Irvine is a Canadian author of children's craft books. Three of the books have instructions on how to make pop-up cards, a set of pop-up instructions, and a contest. Includes links to other pop-up sites.

http://kidshub.org
Geared to elementary and middle students as a fun learning center that features free online interactive lessons, educational games, puzzles and quizzes. Includes parent and teacher resources.

http://www.pbs.org/rogers/
Continues the soft approach of Mr. Rogers with all kinds of games and experiences.

http://www.nick.com
Like to watch Nick? Here's where to click!

http://www.disney.go.com
Movies, animation-everything Disney! Requires Macromedia Flash Player 6 plugin.

http://www.starwars.com/
For Star Wars fans everywhere! Needs plug-ins.

http://www.owlkids.com
This is a site based on the magazine for children in Canada. Nicely constructed site. The age breaks are helpful.

http://www.pbskids.org
Games and activities connected to your favorite PBS programs, including Arthur, Between the Lions and Sesame Street. Also provides information for grownups on using the site.

http://www.darkfish.com/pentalpha/Pentalpha.html
Solve this challenging puzzle on a very cool board and then let your friends try solving it. More of a puzzle than a game, the rules are a bit arcane. Requires Java/32-bit browsers.

http://www.playkidsgames.com
Check out math, alphabet and logic games designed for younger children and their parents.

http://www.www.prongo.com
Locate free online games, e-cards, quizzes, jokes, brainteasers, wallpaper, screensavers, and more.

http://www.puzzlechoice.com
Choose from crosswords, word searches, word play games, logic and number puzzles and more.

http://www.snoopy.com
Visit with a favorite character. Personality profiles of the characters and Schulz's thoughts on why they behave the way they do!

Treasure Hunts
http://www.treasurehunt.com/

http://www.squiglysplayhouse.com
Look here for games, crafts, jokes, brainteasers and more.

http://www.asiabigtime.com/storybooks/aki_menu.html Animated storybooks and games feature Tiger Aki. Games include mazes, interactive puzzles, nap, coloring and more.

http://www.tinyplanets.com
Bing and Bong, aliens from the Tiny Planets, offer games related to technology, nature, light and color.

http://www.uschess.org/
This is the Chess Federation site and does include beginning lessons in chess. Given the importance of chess in learning theory, this is a must!

http://www.wlra.us
Seeing these "largest" attractions, including the largest cow, catsup bottle, and cuckoo clock, will make you smile.

 

 

 


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