A list of Kid Safe Sites
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- Safe Kids
- Visit SafeKids.Com, where you'll find tips, advice and suggestions to make your family's online experience fun and productive !
- A searchable web directory created by "a bunch of librarians" at the Ramapo Catskill Library
- A directory of educational and fun web sites created by educators.
- An index to the Web for net surfers ages 8 - 14.
- The Internet Public Library
- Check out both the Youth and Teen sections.
- Great Sites for Kids
- Directory of web sites for students, parents, and teachers compiled by the Association for Library Service for Children
- An online almanac, encyclopedia, and dictionary. This site also has a daily almanac, breaking
news, and fun stuff.
- Online dictionary, encyclopedia and almanac. Also home2work help and some fun and games links.
From Information Please.
- This Australian site uses the Kids section of the Open Directory Project as the basis for its directory. Good
collection of web sites for school work or just for fun.
- CyberSleuth Kids
- A searchable directory of web sites compiled by teachers.
- Pandia Kids & Teens
- This is a large directory of selected web sites.
- First Gov for Kids
- There is a wide variety of topics such as art, history, animals, and fun stuff at this US government site.
It includes links to both goverment and commercial web sites.
- KiderStart is a family-friendly portal with a searchable directory of web sites for both parents
and children. This is a good site for the family that wants to surf together, but there are probably
better sites for students who need information for school work.
- A directory of web sites for early childhood education
- Cool Sites for Kids
- This is an extensive listing of web sites for kids compiled by the Central Colorado Library System.
- A rather limited number of sites, but the ones included are good ones.
- Surfing the Net With Kids
- A guide to safe web sites by Barbara J. Feldman. There is also a good collection of games.
- Ask Jeeves for Kids
- Questions can be asked in sentence form, and the number of results is reasonable but not
overwhelming for students.
- Dib, Dab, Doo, and Dilly, Too
- Safe search engine with a very good directory of web sites for both children and teens.
- OneKey uses a filtered search by Google to search the web. It also has a directory of web sites.
- Family Source
- This is a search engine which has indexed over one million pages. It has both information and shopping sites. Also,
there seems to be many helpful sites for home2schoolers.
Major search engines with filtering options
- Go to the preferences section to turn on filtering of Google search results.
- The family filter option is available from the settings page. The family filter option may also be
protected with a password.
- Go to the Advanced Search section to set the adult content filter.
- All The Web
- Use the Customize Preference section to regulate content.
- Fun Brain
- Lots of fun (and educational) games for students in grades K - 8.
- Games, activities, educational materials and other interesting stuff.
- Middle School Hub
- Games and educational material for middle schoolers. Note that this site links to other hubs
such as Kids Hub, High School Hub, Home Schoolers Hub, and Teachers Hub.
- Enchanted Learning
- Education, crafts, and games for the K-6 set.
- Pauly's Playhouse
- Fun games and activities for children ages 3 and up
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- Get NetWise
- Lots of information for adults concerned with child safety on the web. There is also information about computer
viruses and preventing spam.
- WebWise Kids
- Child safety on the net with 7 smart rules of internet safety, links to safe sites, and news of
current net safety legislation and conferences.
- Stay Safe Online
- There is information here about child safety
on the net, and there is also very important information about guarding your computer from viruses and hacker attacks. Try
taking the self test to find out how well prepared your computer is.
- Newsletter which will help parents keep up with events on the internet which will impact their children's and
their own use of the Internet.
- Common Sense Media
- Reviews of TV, web sites, books, and music. Also, this site has articles on media use and abuse.
- Spam Threatens Revenue, Kids
- 47% of children between the ages of 7 and 18 have received spam for x-rated sites, and 21% report reading their spam
e-mail. Twenty-two percent say that their parents have never discussed spam with them. Study by Symantec in
June of 2003.
- Movie Mom
- This web site sponsored by Yahoo will help you decide which movies are suitable for your children to view. It
has movie ratings, suitable audience age, and a grading on movie quality.