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Children/kids
All sites of interest to children/kids.
Sites in This Category: 12

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Addicting Games
AddictingGames is a free games site for children.

Welcome to AddictingGames, the largest source of great free online games including arcade games, action games, sports games, puzzle games, flash games and more.

Added: 01-01-2007 - Updated: 01-01-2007
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Adventure Quest
Adventure Quest is a great game for kids aged 8+

AdventureQuest

"Adventure Quest is a fully Flash-animated RPG that you can play when you are on your lunchbreak, when the big game servers go down, or even for hours every day! You fight against hordes of monsters and enemies so that you can grow stronger and obtain ancient weapons of unimaginable power."


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Date: 29-07-2006


Added: 25-06-2006 - Updated: 01-01-2007
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Arcade Street
Arcade Street is a free games site for children.

ArcadeStreet
Play free games online, hundreds of great games in every category. Tons of free online games to play, all addicting games, updated constantly.

Added: 01-01-2007 - Updated: 01-01-2007
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Asterix New Zealand
New Zealand's own Asterix the Gaul fansite

Asterix NZ, based in New Zealand, is the website for all english speaking Asterix fans.

The 33+ Books written by Rene Goscinny and illustrated by Albert Uderzo (starring Asterix and Obelix the Gauls) are popular amongst people of many ages and many countries, thanks to the 100+ translations of the series.

Here are some sections on this website you may find interesting, and below you can find the latest Asterix News.

* Asterix Images : Here you can find the largest gallery of pictures from the Asterix Books and Movies on the internet.

* Asterix Movies : Information about the ten Asterix live-action and Cartoon Films, including the latest Asterix and the Vikings plus the yet the to be released Asterix and Obelix at the Olympic Games

* Take a look Inside : Find out more about the individual Asterix books including what to look out for and notable characters. You can also view the first four page of each of the stories.

* Asterix Mistakes: Everyone makes mistakes, and the creators of the Asterix books have made quite a few! Find out what mistakes have been made in each book.

* Asterix Articles: A selection of Asterix Articles dealing with a variety of subjects. Latest: Asterix in Britain : The untold Story (or how Asterix crossed the channel and was published in English) and Asterix in New Zealand

* Asterix Store : The place to go for Asterix Merchandise. Complete your Asterix collection! Buy Asterix books, videos/DVDs, music, games and more.

Added: 26-08-2007 - Updated: -
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Biggles
A complete illustrated list of all first editions of the Biggles books by Captain W E Johns

There are 98 of these books, apparently. When I was eleven years old I had a collection of 57 (count them: fifty-seven) of them, each of which I had read at least twice. Mercifully, I recovered from this particular enthusiasm. Still, the Biggles books are fun, and this site has all of the original covers PLUS a summary of all the stories PLUS a price guide. Amazing stuff!
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Added: 03-07-2006 - Updated: 05-07-2006
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Dan Dare - Pilot of the Future
a website devoted to the hero of the Eagle comic

Is there a need for yet another website devoted to Colonel Daniel McGregor Dare?

The Eagle Comic was reprinted around the world, in many formats and many languages, yet information concerning this phenomenon has never been assembled in one place before. This site will offer a look at these reprints by country and try to define the print runs and years of publication, and any other oddities and affiliated themes that turn up, such as the "Great US Stamp Mystery", and the French version of the Girl Comic.

And if your heart can still bear the excitement, you can browse through the various galleries that are now on-line, ranging from space-themed jigsaw puzzles to Dan Dare memorabilia.

There are numerous gaps in our knowledge on these various themes, so in part this site is also to encourage others to help fill these gaps. If anyone has additional information that they would like to submit on any of these subjects we actively encourage them to get in touch with us - we will print it and full credit will be given.

Above all, please ENJOY your visit.



Added: 22-07-2007 - Updated: 22-07-2007
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Disney on line
The Disney website is mainly for kids. So is Disney, I guess.

Games, fun for kids, and news about Disney movies.
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Added: 11-07-2006 - Updated: 01-01-2007
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FamilyFun.com
For kids: arts & crafts, parties, recipes...

Jo writes:

"...a great one I found last night looking for children's games.. it has everything there for children's activities - holidays, parties, crafts, activities, educational etc a great resource."

Added: 13-08-2007 - Updated: 13-08-2007
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Garfield
The official site of the Jim Davis comic strip

This site is still under development but is a lot of fun.
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Added: 04-07-2006 - Updated: 05-07-2006
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Neopets
Neopets - the greatest Virtual Pet Site on the Internet!

Neopets is a great site for kids aged 8+. "With your help, we have built a community of over 70 million virtual pet owners across the world! Neopets has many things to offer including over 160 games, trading, auctions, greetings, messaging, and much much more. Best of all, it's completely FREE!"
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Added: 25-06-2006 - Updated: 01-01-2007
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Pogo.com
Games and fun for kids

There is no "About this site" to explain it to ancients like me, although when I looked at it it claimed that 250,000+ people were currently using it.

Kids will make sense of it I'm sure.
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Date: 29-07-2006
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Added: 07-07-2006 - Updated: 01-01-2007
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Starfall.com
"Where children have fun learning to read!"

Jo writes:

"...this is another site we use often for the grandchildren - children's educational activities, beginning to read etc"

From the About page:

"At age 9, young Stephen Schutz was still struggling to read. What came easily for some children required many more hours of Stephen's work, and he was consistently towards the bottom of his class in reading. Now with a PhD in physics and a successful publisher and artist, Dr. Schutz wanted to make sure that children in his situation today have a resource that can help them. He turned to the Internet and conceived a program that would be available on-line across the world for free to all children who are learning to read.

The Polis-Schutz family is dedicated to education. Stephen's wife, the renowned poet Susan Polis Schutz was a teacher in New Jersey and New York City in the 1960s. Their son Jared Schutz Polis currently serves on the Colorado State Board of Education. The Polis-Schutz family is pursuing their educational goals by proudly presenting www.starfall.com as a free on-line service to help children learn to read.

Stephen Schutz and his wife Susan Polis Schutz founded Blue Mountain Arts publishing company in 1970, and with their son Jared Schutz Polis they created the popular electronic greeting card site bluemountain.com in 1996. The Polis-Schutz family is passionate about making the world a better place, and is thrilled to have the opportunity to use the Internet to help children learn to read.

The online program was put together by a talented team of artists, teachers, and computer animators led by Brandi Chase. The Starfall Method promises to improve reading acquisition by using the Internet to help make it fun for the children and easy for the educators. You may order the printed materials that go along with the website for classroom or home use."


Added: 13-08-2007 - Updated: 13-08-2007
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