Interactive stories, multilingual coloring pages, free lesson plans, questions and answers, mazes, rain forest sounds, games, videos, and other Christian related interactions for kids.
|The Kidz Page|
Printable and online coloring pages, Java games and other activities, 6 to 40 piece jigsaw puzzles, flash cards, free clip art and assorted downloadable freeware.
Educational interaction with all the characters from the PBS kids TV shows, including Clifford, Barney, Dragon Tales and more. Click "fun and games" to play games, find coloring pages, music, and movies. Site supports COPPA.
American Dental Association public directory searchable by state and specialty, along with a selection of animated video tapes with oral health prevention messages specifically for children.
|Thomas & Friends|
Railroad-themed multimedia interactive site with a range of activities for younger children. Well-know characters include Thomas and Friends, Sooty, Britt Allcroft's Magic, Adventures of Mumfie, and James the Cat.
|The story of Jesus|
View the video of the life of Jesus, suitable for children of all ages. Various materials available for parents and teachers to assist in Christian education.
|Monterey Bay Aquarium|
Coloring pages, games, live web cams, greeting cards, donations and the option to become a member to receive special benefits and to help support oceanography education presented by the Monterey Bay Aquarium.
Write a letter to Santa, play games, Elfinize a van with new wild paint jobs, watch the Santa show, listen to original Christmas songs, see a fully animated cartoon and even track Santa Claus on Christmas Eve.
|All About Frogs|
Choose from a selection of frog pictures to color, or browse through the frog art gallery. Try one of the interactive games, read a joke of the day, watch the amazing Morphing frog or chat with other froggy fans.
Find fun and educational activities such as: Color or dress up the Bears, read the interactive storybook, send an ecard, do a crossword, watch a video, learn how to build and fly your very own "Grizzbee", or take a look inside the Tree House.