SITES FOR KIDS & TEENS
- JOHN'S WORD SEARCH
There are two types of puzzles; kid's and adult's, the only difference
being the size of the puzzle and the number of words. The kid's puzzles
almost always have 18 words, while the adult's puzzles may have over
50. I try to fit as many words as I can on the adults's puzzles. All of
the kid's puzzles are lumped into one big category, Kid's Puzzles. The
adult's puzzles are broken into 7 categories, General, Geography,
Holidays, Letters, Bible, Sports, and TV-Movies.
This is an archive of problems I've been collecting since the Spring of
2002. They come from many places, including word of mouth, college
courses, books, and job interviews for hi-tech positions. Many are even
written by members of our own forum community. These carefully chosen
puzzles will demand you to think in creative ways you perhaps normally
would not. In fact, some will seem outright impossible at first ... but
once you crack them, the epiphany can be truly rapturous!
James Denman Middle School Library. Also Neopet® site.
Kids: The City Guide for Parents
a guide to the city at its best. Lists of family-friendly
SUBJECTS: Afterschool Activities, Childcare, City Venues, Classes &
Lessons, Day Camps, Entertainment, Indoor Fun, Kid Services, Lodgings,
Outdoor Adventures, Parent Resources, Parks & Playgrounds, Parties,
Restaurants, Schools, Sports Centers, Stores,Transportation, Visitors'
Info. Cities listed: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Los
Miami, New York, Philadelphia, Salt Lake City, San Diego, San
Seattle, Washington DC.
(http://www.streetplay.com): This site celebrates the old street games
that are practically extinct now-- stickball, skully, stoopball,
handball, marbles, double dutch, etc. Learn how to play these
and check out the photos and videos. You can also read childhood
stories submitted by visitors.
(http://www.takingitglobal.org/opps/orgdir.html): Volunteers of all
and ages are needed in every community, everyday.
Projects, U.S.-- Google Directory results
Domain -- A Family Resource(http://www.kidsdomain.com):
-- reviews, holiday fun, crafts, family travel, resources, clipart,
Domain: Craft Exhange (http://www.kidsdomain.com/craft/): Ideas
by staff and visitors, including just-for-fun crafts, recycling
seasonal items and gifts. Each listing includes necessary
level of difficulty, directions, and a note if parental supervision is
Friendly Sites Directory
Find approved websites and destinations that support online safety of
members using the internet. Searchable by subject name. Also
box for keyword and title searching. Side bar on the left
family friendly, parent friendly and kid friendly departments.
Guide to the Internet, November 1997
(A r c h i v e d I n f o r m a t i o n) from the U.S. Department
of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, Office of
Educational Technology: Be aware that some of the links to sites
might be no longer available. Contents: Title Page, How To Use
Booklet, What Is the Information Superhighway?, Benefits of Getting on
the Information Superhighway, Starting the Engine, Navigating the
Tips for Safe Traveling, Supporting School Use of Technology, Sites
the Way (Selected web sites that are of high quality are noted.
are family friendly sites, megasites with multiple links, online
materials, and parenting sites.), Glossary, Acknowledgments, Reviewers.
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