|Have Fun: Kid Links
Check out the games, activities, and information on the below pages to learn more about Native American cultures and have fun!
Cool Sites for Kids
The Discovery Network’s official site for kids includes fan sites, games, and exploration.
Disney Online has information about their TV shows and fun activities, games and music.
How Stuff Works
Reliable explanations of how everything around us works. Lots of information on computer, auto, electronics, science, home, health, money, people and travel “stuff."
Kid's space at the Internet Public Library
Links and games about the Nickelodeon network’s popular shows.
Activities and games about PBS shows along with parent and teacher resources.
Yahoo’s web guide for kids.
Fun Government Sites
A world of ideas, imagination and inventions for kids; jointly developed by the Ad Council, InventNow, the National Inventors Hall of Fame® Foundation and the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
The U.S. government interagency Kids' Portal maintained by the Federal Citizen Information Center. This site provides links to Federal kids' sites along with some of the best kids' sites from other organizations all grouped by subject.
Let's Move! in Indian Country
The goal of Let's Move! in Indian Country is to end obesity among Native youth by engaging tribes, federal agencies, schools and communities promoting healthy lifestyle choices.
Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids
Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids is a service of the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO). This site provides learning tools for K-12 students, parents, and teachers. These resources will teach how our government works, the use of the primary source materials of GPO Access, and how one can use GPO Access to carry out their civic responsibilities.
The Federal Drug Administration website provides information and games on food safety, vaccines, and other programs.
FEMA for Kids
This site, supported by the Federal Energy Management Agency, teaches kids how to be prepared for disasters and how to prevent disaster damage. Kids can also learn what causes disasters, play games, read stories and become a Disaster Action Kid.
U.S. Department of Treasury Kids Zone
This site is supported by the Treasury Department, and includes links to the U.S. Mint and Bureau of Printing and Engraving sites, games, and other great information.
NOAA Education Primarily for Students
A site for kids supported by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration that includes fun activities and learning about the planet’s weather, climate, oceans, satellites and space.
CIA's Homepage for Kids
The site provides information on the Central Intelligence Agency, including general history, the Canine Corps, Games, Say No To Drugs, and Spy-Fi Archives.
Provides information about the Federal Bureau of Investigation, safety, links to games, and terrific information on working dogs. The site for older kids adds investigative information, such as following a case through an FBI laboratory.
Environmental Kids Club
The Environmental Protection Agency’s website allows kids to explore the environment and learn about neat things to do to protect it.
Basic Readings in U.S. Democracy
This site consists of documents related to the history of the U.S. democracy, including the Declaration of Independence and Constitution, as well as letters, essays, surrender speeches and even poems.
ArtsEdge, the National Arts and Education Network, supports teachers with an arts curriculum and offers an interactive section for kids to explore the arts. See the Cherokee storyteller and other Native American highlights.
VA for Kids
The Department of Veterans Affairs has three Web sites for kids of all age groups. These sites include games, fun facts, history, links and volunteer opportunities, as well as teacher resources.
White House website
White House news for kids, games, history, patriotism and lots of information on the residents of the White House – including pictures of the First Family’s pets!
This Web site is brought to you from the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., the largest library in the world and the nation's library.
Kids in the House
The Kids in the House Web site is a public service provided by the Office of the Clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives. Its mission is to provide educational and entertaining information about the legislative branch of the United States government to students of all age levels.
National Agricultural Library
The USDA’s page for kids and teens provides links to a variety of Agriculture-related websites and activities. Find ideas for science fair projects, play games, learn about working in agriculture, and even find out about space agriculture!
This is the National Park Service's on-line Junior Ranger program for kids of all ages. Play more than 50 games and learn about your National Parks, Monuments and Historic Sites.
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Kids Pages
Whether you are an inventor or just want to know more about inventors and intellectual property - patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets - you'll find lots of interesting information here, and perhaps some fun, too.
U.S. Census Bureau Kid’s Corner
Learn about the U.S. Census, get facts about your state, and have fun with quiz questions.
United States Mint H.I.P. Pocket Change™ Web site
Find out all sorts of interesting information about coins and medals. Play games, watch cartoons, learn the latest news, and join the Collector’s Club.
A Web site for kids and educators, featuring games, photos, homework help, and other fun activities.
Help With Homework
On ReadWriteThink, visitors can find materials and activities for reading and language arts. This resource was created by the International Reading Association and the National Council of Teachers of English.
Homework Center: Homework Central
Information Please has been providing authoritative answers to all kinds of factual questions since 1938, first as a popular radio quiz show, then starting in 1947 as an annual almanac, and since 1998 on the Internet at www.infoplease.com.
CyberSleuth - Kids
Homework help via an online search engine and guide for the K-12 student created by teachers and volunteers.
Discovery Education Homework Help
The site is part of Discovery Communications, Inc. and contains over 700 links to sites that will help you with your homework.
Play checkers against the Chinook computer at the University of Alberta in Canada.
Pass the Stone
A Native American children's game that encourages cooperative play and math-skill development.
Native American Technology and Art
The NativeTech site offers a variety of free Native American games to play online.
Crayola games online!
Play online games with your favorite characters!
A series of action, strategy, and adventure games.
Fun educational games for kids.
Online Magazines Just for Kids
Hear about what other kids from Native communities are doing.
Articles and activities for kids.
Time for Kids
Keep up on current events and fun features.
Sports Illustrated for Kids
Read all about what's new in sports, try the trivia challenge, and much more.
National Geographic Kids
Learn about the world, animals and lots of other cool stuff. (Grades 3 – 6)
Weekly Reader publishes sections for kids and teens, providing current events, science, health, and other news.
American Writes for Kids
Find out about your favorite authors on this site.
New York Public Library
The New York Public Library's On-Lion for Kids site provides book reviews, helps find books, and links to other resources.
Around the World
Flags and Maps of the World
View national flags and maps for countries of the world.
Castles of the World
Reference for castles, palaces and monasteries including: castle tours, medieval architecture, hotels, travel, plans, weddings, castles for sale, souvenirs, books, directory, site of the week, and history of castles.
CyberSleuth Kids - Geography
Links to resources about countries around the world.
On the Internet Public Library (IPL) site you can learn about religions, languages, geography and culture around the world.
What the World Eats
Find out what's on family dinner tables around the globe.
Amusement Park Physics
Learn about the science behind amusement park rides and design your own roller coaster.
The U.S. Geological Survey and Science Education
This site is supported by the U.S. Geological Survey of the U.S. Department of the Interior. Discover how to find your way with a compass and map, go on electronic field trips, learn why volcanoes erupt, send questions to a professional geologist, and tons more. The site includes project ideas for K-12th graders.
Bill Nye, the Science Guy
Nye Labs is an interactive site that provides general information, questions & answers, a guide to the TV series, and home experiments.
Cool Science for Curious Kids
The activities in "Cool Science for Curious Kids" were developed by five museums with the objective to make science fun, practical, and realistic. Some of the activities are entirely electronic. They are designed for kids in kindergarten through second or third grade.
Earth Science Enterprise
Site supported by NASA, provides information on people, land, water, air, and natural hazards. There are also links to games, Frequently Asked Questions, and other NASA educational sites.
This site is supported by the Agricultural Research Service, part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, which is responsible for finding solutions to agricultural problems that affect Americans every day, from field to table, such as protecting crops, nutrition, soil and natural resources. The Sci4Kids site provides information, links to resources, and experiments for kids.
Supported by NASA, the site provides space-related science for kids along with links to resources and games.
Science News for Kids
Science News for Kids is devoted to science news for children, ages 9 to 13. A section of the Science News for Kids Web site is devoted to particular interests and includes: brainteasers, logic and memory games, entertaining science-fiction composition exercises, hands-on exercises, and weekly science fair profiles and tips. The GameZone contains a small selection of logic and memory games.
Kids' Science News
Sponsored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the purpose of the site is to help girls and boys of all racial and ethnic backgrounds imagine themselves as science and engineering faculty and innovators.
Adventures in Science & Knowledge
Sponsored by Sandia National Laboratories and Lockheed Martin, the site includes information about education outreach programs for students, teachers, volunteers, and anyone else excited about science.