The children of today will be using computers their entire lives, but you want to keep them safe as they do so. I am providing here a list of websites that I have found to be safe for children.
Use your usual caution when checking out these websites. They appeared safe when I checked them, but hacks and changes of ownership can happen.
Disney Junior - Games featuring Disney characters from their TV shows.
PBSKids - The PBS website. Online games with your child's favorite PBS characters, from Sesame Street to Between the Lions.
Roblox - Roblox has some social aspects for kids, which means parents should be a little extra alert to be sure everything is going okay. It's a lot of fun.
These are sites your kids may know from school. If your kids' school uses them, you may have acces paid for by the school. Some are free; others require a subscription.
KinderArt - Art lessons and education for kids.
ABCYa - This site has a lot of options - word games, puzzles, typing, math and so forth.
Khan Academy - Khan Academy isn't just for kids. If you want to improve your knowledge in areas such as math, science, coding and several other area, it's a very useful site. It has lots of things for kids to learn.
TenMarks - TenMarks is run by Amazon. It helps kids learn math and reading.
Bill Nye - Bill Nye has been teaching kids about science for a long time. You can watch videos and find educational resources on his site.
Color Matters - Learn all about color and how it works.
Cool Cosmos - Infrared pictures of animals and astronomical objects.
Extreme Science - Takes the most extreme examples of things in science.
Funology - Funology describes itself as the science of having fun. They have a lot of crafts and science experiments.
How Stuff Works - For those days when the kids want to know how something works.
Planet Pals - Planet Pals helps teach kids about health and the environment.
Product Recalls from the CPSC - Potentially very important for Mom and Dad.
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