this page as your "One-Stop" for internet
enjoyment for your children.
Welcome to Herb's Fun
Area For Kids where they can enter a contest and win a prize, solve a quiz, play
games, send a greeting card to a friend or family member, enjoy coloring book
activities, visit popular kids sites, .... and lots, lots more.
Just click on one of
the "links" below and the activity you select will appear. You might
want to take a look at Child
Safety On The Internet before your child starts
report broken links to the firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internet School Sites
Learn To Read
Someone An On-Line Greeting Card
Illustrated For Kids
Geographic For Kids
Home Of British Children's Books
Street Books for Children in the U.K.
- Children's book section
of all kinds for your kids to enjoy including coloring book pages, paper creations,
stained glass making...and lots more.
character created by P.G. Woodhouse, who kids can ask any question and get
an immediate answer (such as why do bees make honey?). Jeeves even talks.
Great for interaction between parents and children.
A web site created
by librarians for kids. You'll find lots of activities such as
music, drawing, theater,
ghosts, cars, spacecraft, stories, poetry, pets,
hobbies and crafts.
If your child
likes to write stories, this is the site for you. Send in your stories and they'll
be placed on the web. You can tell friends
to go to the web site to look at your story and even go there yourself and check
to see how many people looked at your story. More than 26,000 stories written
by kids from all over the planet.
A place for kids
to hang around on the Net. There are lots of activities such as pictures, stories,
movies, penpals, web pages by kids…and more. Plenty of information on how to use
the Net with your children. Parents can participate.
Kids can enter
these contests – AND WIN PRIZES but parental guidance is recommended.
Many people will enter these contests, only a few lucky
ones will win.
An online magazine
made by kids, for kids. Visit the reading room and
art gallery. Listen
to music compositions by other children.
A cross between
a riddle and a "doodle". Look at the picture and try to figure out the riddle
within the image (correct answers are available).
HOW TO DRAW! Whether you're a Genius Student (all students are geniuses), a Parent/Teacher/Hero
(all parents and teachers are heroes), or a Grown Up who's always wanted to learn
(everybody can learn how to draw), Mark Kistler can help you blast off
to amazing 3D drawing adventures! Mark has taught over 40 million students in
17 countries around the world how to draw in 3-D. He can teach you too!
kids like dinosaurs. Below are some great sites where you can enjoy a lot of dinosaur
stuff and look at some really cool pictures:
Children's Museam of Indianapolis
Gallery Of Dinosaur Art
comprehensive on-line hypertext book about dinosaurs. It is designed for students
of all ages and levels of comprehension. It has an easy-to-use structure that
allows readers to start at a basic level on each topic, and then to progress to
much more advanced information as desired, simply by clicking on links.
Picture of the Day
Discover the cosmos!
Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured,
along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer.
A web site that
will let you find out about all the men and women people admire as Heros…A teacher
hero, an artist hero, a business hero etc. You can sign the hero guestbook and
write about your hero for every one to see.
Read what other
kids think about Web sites. Real kids write about real K-12 web sites. The
KIDS Report is a biweekly publication produced by K-12 students as a resource
to other K-12 students. It is an ongoing, cooperative effort of 12 classrooms
from around the United States. Teachers assist and provide support, however students
select and annotate all resources included in every issue of the KIDS Report.
The publication is supported by the Internet Scout Project.
Wildlife Federation Kids Stuff
and facts about animals. An educational tour of water, wetlands, endangered species
and U.S. Public lands, and other fun science sites.
Making paper is
fun, and some thing you can do at home…so make some paper and use it to write
a note to a friend.
Childhood Pre-School Site
Idea Box Pre-School Site
sites designed especially for pre-schoolers, with colorful pictures and simple
writing (animals and stories). There are seasonal activities, craft ideas, preschool
projects, printable pages of worksheets, music activities, kids cooking activities,
Sites For Kids
cartoons, writing, art, science, games, sports, toys, music, entertainment and
Read mystery stories
and solve mysteries on this web site. Write one and enter it in a contest. Learn
a new magic trick.
World Of Stories For Children
wonderful, charming site, with a collection of stories for children: poetry, myths,
fairy tales, fables, campfire stories, and original stories and poems. Help your
children learn how to read by exploring Wendy's site with them.
figures like those created when you play the "Cat's Cradle Game" - figures made
from a loop of string which you wind around your fingers. See how to make figures
by yourself or with another person by passing the loops back and forth.
by kids displayed in large type for easy reading, with links to information about
story characters. This site also has a collection of craft projects, and a "treasure
hunt". A good place for youngsters to get started on the web.
House Tour For Kids
your kids on a tour of the White House. Read about its history, the President,
children of various Presidents, White House Pets, etc. You can send a letter
to the President if you want.
A kid's version
of the famous Yahoo site.
right in and visit "Worm World" and "Cockroach World". An interesting learning
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