Children: Ages 9-11
A. Pintura: Art Detective
Solve mysteries and explore art in depth.
Can't believe that math can be fun? Try this page. A new challenging math teaser every Thursday. Stretch your brain!
An online magazine featuring writing and art by kids.
A great site for arcade style games.
Try playing “Math Baseball”, “Change Maker” and “Spell Check” games.
A Girl’s World
Where girls and teens rule the web with crafts, a pajama party, stories, and lots more!
Do you believe in magic? Enjoy these magic tricks performed over the Internet.
Kids on the Web
This web site, maintained by Brendan Kehoe, author of Zen and the Art of the Internet, has links to lots of fun things to do, and also includes some things for teachers and other adults. Try the virtual coloring book, or the international show-and-tell.
Stories where certain words are left blank and you have to complete the story!
The digital magazine by students, for students ages 8 to 18. Sponsored by NC State University and the University of Central Florida.
NASA for kids National 4-H Web
Find information about the national organization here.
National Geographic Magazine for Kids
Fascinating articles, information, and games.
Noggin Scholastic Kids
Information about your favorite books (like Harry Potter, Goosebumps, Royal Diaries, and more), plus games and homework help.
Sports Illustrated for Kids Online
Features news, a behind-the-scenes look at top stories, a trivia challenge, a calendar of sports stars’ birthdays, and more.
A readers’ advisory web site for children maintained by the Public Library of Charlotte-Mecklenburg County (Charlotte, NC).
International Children’s Digital Library
“This site provides access to hundreds of digitized children’s books from around the world. You can search for a specific book, or browse by category, title, author, or location. A project of the University of Maryland and the Internet Archive."