Educational and Recreational Links
Information about the states and their capitals.
Make math a fun part of your family’s routine with daily mathematical word problems, printables with fun and timely themes, and more. The goal is “to help kids love numbers so they can handle the math in real life.”
Bill Nye Home Demos
Do experiments at home with scientist extraordinaire, Bill Nye.
The Children’s Book Council
Encouraging reading since 1945.
Math games as far as the eye can see! Strategy, skill, numbers, logic, and much more.
EyeWitness to History
Read accounts of historical events written by those who have experienced them, or witnessed them.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ efforts in encouraging and empowering girls from 9-14 to live healthy lives and make healthy choices.
Great Websites for Kids
These notable children’s sites are chosen by professional librarians, members of the Association for Library Service to Children. These are their recommended websites for ages birth-14, outstanding in both content and conception.
The History Channel
Who says history is boring?
National Geographic Kids
The National Geographic Society’s website for children. Explore the world around you!
Series and Sequels
This site contains over 16,500 books in series titles classified into three audiences: Young Adult, Juvenile, Juvenile-Easy
Where children have fun learning to read.
Super Science Fair Projects
A complete guide to projects, topics, experiments and ideas.
The White House
Learn everything about the White House and those who have lived there, including pets.