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Cookie.com
Interactive online games that help build skills such as phonics, math and science.

Coolmath.com
Sharpen basic math skills, play games, and explore new concepts.

The Froggy Page
Froggy pictures, sounds, tales, and songs

FunBrain
Test your math and reading skills with fun and interesting games

I Can Read
Download activities featuring your favorite "I Can Read" characters, such as Amelia Bedelia, Biscuit, Fancy Nancy, and more.

National Geographic Kids
Play fun online games that include puzzles, quizzes and more.

Puzzlemaker
Create and print customized word-search, crossword and math puzzles, using your own word lists.

Snoopy.com
Personality profiles of favorite Snoopy characters.

Squigly's Playhouse
A fun and safe place for kids to play and learn. It contains jokes, riddles, word scrambles, and craft ideas.

Special Interests

Building Big
Explore construction, try labs and challenges, and learn about engineering careers. Based on David Macaulay's book, Building Big.

Disney Internet Guide
Where the Magic lives on line! Movies, shopping, vacations, TV shows, and fun.

FirstGov for Kids
Provides links to the Federal kids' sites along with some of the best sites from other organizations. The sites are grouped by subject.

Giggle Poetry
The self-proclaimed number-one fun poetry site for kids on the web! Learn to write poetry, create poems online, and read and rate hundreds of poems.

A Girl's World Clubhouse
Lots of links - just for girls!

Imagination Café: Feed Your Brain
Imagination Café is a safe, fun, educational and entertaining site for kids and tweens, with quizzes, recipes, and articles on careers, animals, history, sports, science, and more!

The Official Lego WWW Site
Games! Games! Games!

Spatullata.com
Spatullata.com presents kids with beginning cooking tips and recipes, while encouraging them to eat well and to understand the connection between farms and the dinner table. the site also encourages kids to ask family members for recipes that they can cook together.

Sports Illustrated for Kids
Sports celebrities and sports-related articles are found here.

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