This is a website that breaks down technology news in easy to understand terms aimed specifically at kids.
All of their articles have a section on the right hand side, called "Further Reading," that you can click through for more information about the topic.
This is a website for the hands-on activities that you can do off the computer.
On the "Projects" page, you can find different interactive activities for your kids.
The "Experiments" tab is a place for you to find activities that will allow your child to see science in action. You can do a wide variety of experiments, including this way to create a geyser out of a coke bottle and breath-mints.
This website is created by the Discovery Channel. It's a great place to find games and puzzles that are both entertaining and educational for kids.
They even have a section called "Myth-Busters Lab," which is a kids' version of the popular television show.
National Geographic Kids is another kids version of an adult favorite. Through this interactive website you can play games, watch videos and even submit your kids photos to be a part of the community image gallery.
If your child is a little too young for the National Geographic Kids page, there is a version for the younger crowd over at National Geographic Little Kids.
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