Privacy Policy For Kids 13 Years and Younger

FUN SITES

Adopt-A-Dog - onscreen "cyberpooch" that plays, rests, walks, and eats, but doesn't shed on your pants or chew up your sneakers



Brainsurf
Launched in conjunction with the 1997 Brain
Awareness Week, this site teaches students about
neuroscience. (Ages 12 to 18)

Cyberkids
This site includes mystery stories, interviews,
contests, and a club. It also has a Cyberteens site
for older kids. (Ages 7 to 11)

FBI Kid's and Youth Educational Page

freefungames.com

Freezone
Kids Stuff



Funschool.com
An educational gaming site, Funschool.com
offers hundreds of interactive games divided
by grade level. (Ages 3 to 12)

Girl Tech
This site tries to bring girls into the world of
technology with games, an advice column, a weekly
diary, female role models, science projects,
inventions, and sports topics. (Ages 8 to 12)

Headbone Zone
The Headbone Zone has monitored chat rooms,
educational resources, and games. It also includes
a free email account. (Ages 8 to 14)

KidsCom
On this site, kids can vote in polls, send e-cards, and
play games. (Ages 4 to 12)

KidsHub.org...
is a noncommercial educational portal
to high-quality free online learning activities, games,
puzzles, quizzes, and subject guides for elementary
and middle school students.

Kids' Space Connection

Moneyopolis
A public-service Web site designed to enhance math
and financial-planning skills. (Ages 11 to 14)
Nintendo 64



PBS Kids
Part of PBS Online, this site features PBS's children's
TV shows, characters such as Barney, and more.
(Ages 3 to 14)

Purple Moon
Designed especially for girls, this site is based on
Purple Moon's CD-ROMs, such as Rockett's New
School and Secret Paths in the Forest. Girls get a
behind-the-scenes look at the lives of the characters,
contribute to story lines and new plot twists, help
characters with "life stuff," and go on scavenger hunts.
(Ages 8 to 12)

React.com
Teens share advice, give feedback in polls, and read
the latest news on celebrities. (Ages 12 to 15)

Time for Kids
The weekly magazine offers kid-oriented news from
around the world, with poll results and email feedback
from kids. (Ages 9 to 12)

Union Station Science City

Yahooligans

Yahoo created a version of its popular directory service that lists only sites it deems appropriate for children. (Ages 7 to 12)

YIPPEE - Kids Only

The Yuckiest Site on the Internet
This site taps into kids' natural interest in all that is gross to provide science and biology information in an entertaining way. (Ages 8 to 15)


CD-ROMS and SOFTWARE

Humongous.com

Dr. Seuss Kindergarten
These lessons and animations introduce kindergartners to the world of Dr. Seuss. In Broderbund. (Ages 4 to 6)


BOOKS, TV, and MOVIES

The Baby-sitters Club
On this site kids can meet the books' baby-sitters, take a trivia quiz, or gather baby-sitting tips.
(Ages 8 to 12)

Children's Television Workshop
Home to Sesame Street Central, this site has everyone's favorite characters, along with games and parent areas. (Ages 1 to 5)

Disney.com
Kids will find all things Disney here, from clips of 101 Dalmatians and Toy Story to images from Muppet Treasure Island and Hercules. There's also a fee-based Disney Blast. (Ages 3 to 12)

Goosebumps
The official site for R.L. Stine's popular creepy books and TV series. (Ages 7 to 11)

Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
First broadcast in 1968, Mister Rogers' Neighborhood has a new Web site due to launch in early 1999. Kids will be able to play video and audio segments featuring Mister Rogers, color pages of their favorite puppets, and send Speedy Delivery electronic postcards. (Ages 6 to 8)

Nickelodeon Online
Fun stuff here includes information about the Rugrats movie. (Ages 9 to 12)


PARENTAL WEB HELP

CyberAngles

CyberSitter

Kidz Privacy

NetNanny

Wired Kids

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