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CyberKids
This page and its related page, Cyberteens, encourage young artists and writers by publishing their work on the web.


Disney.com
The official online resource to all things Disney: theme parks, resorts, movies, Disney Channel programs, characters, games, videos, music, shopping, and more!This is Disney\'s website for family fun. Here you can download and enjoy audio clips of classic soundtracks from Walt Disney Records, or visit the Story Time section where kids can read Mother Goose and other timeless tales.


Watch Me!
If you have kids in daycare, do you ever worry about them? Do you wish you could peek in on them during the day?


Miserly Moms
The goal of this website is to help moms who want to stay at home and spend more time with their families.


Whootie Owl\'s Stories to Grow By
Children's folk stories, reader's theatre and fairytales - all with positive messages for kids! Courtesy of friendly Whootie Owl. Stories are This fairytale site features a collection of folk and fairytales, all kid-tested and kid-approved, that emphasize themes of positive human behavior (courage, kindness, friendship, etc.).


SGT MOM\'S
SGT MOM\'S is a free service site dedicated to military families. Support and information links for families range from governmental documents to homegrown advice.
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aha!
Get aha kid information, Education information, Education - General information at aha-kids.com, including related links and much much moreFrom Al Hyslop, Emmy Award-winning producer of Captain Kangaroo, Sesame Street and 3-2-1 Contact, comes this exciting interactive environment for kids of all ages. \"Our goal is to provide gentle adventures through likeable characters, with original songs, stories, trips, and age-appropriate projects, to entertain and motivate children in a lively but not frenetic style.\" The aha! website has colorful pictures for preschoolers, stories and other adventures readable by elementary school children, more challenging reading for middle school children (and a chance to contribute to the stories), and a link for teenagers.
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Safe Surf
SafeSurf offers the ability to easily self-rate and to upgrade your browser to support SafeSurfing. Join SafeSurf in making the Internet safe without censorship.SafeSurf is an organization dedicated to making the Internet safe for children. Their efforts include establishing an Internet Rating Standard; child-safe sites can be marked with the SafeSurf Wave.
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ThirdAge.com
ThirdAge.com is a website and community for active older adults, with feature articles, advice columns, reviews, forums, and live chat. Here you can find out if your doctor is qualified to work with seniors;
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Baby Bag Online -The In-Site to Parenting
How can you protect your children from E. coli? What is a labor assistant, and who needs one? Why is umbilical cord blood worth more than gold? Get the answers to these and other parenting questions at this website for prenatal to preschool parents.
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Parents Helping Parents
This public service website has resources for children and adults who need specialized services or care, and their caregivers, educators, and families.
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Kid\'n Around
Kid\'n Around is an e-zine for kids with stories, sports articles, science projects, craft ideas, games, and more.
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The StarChild Project: Connecting NASA and the K12 Classroom
This site is intended for students in grades K through 8.This page contains space photos of the Sun, the Moon, Saturn, the Earth from outer space, galaxies, stars and planets.
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Take Your Children on the Internet Week
Take Your Children on the Internet (TYCOTI) Week is dedicated to getting children of all ages online. Activities include Build Your Own Home Page, an interactive story, World Wide Web Scavenger Hunts and Write Your Own Scary Story.
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Cyber-Seuss
I like nonsense; it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living; it\'s a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope.
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Santa\'s Secret Village at the North Pole
Enjoy Christmas with Santa Claus at the North pole, an award-winning Christmas web site. Send a letter to Santa Clause or a Christmas card to a friend. Find yummy Christmas recipes, Christmas stories, Christmas entertainment and free games to play. Take the naughty or nice quiz or enjoy the very popular Norad Santa Tracker.n Santa\'s Secret Village, children of all ages can send email to Santa and receive a reply, visit Santa\'s Workshop to see the elves making toys, print out story pages to color, visit Santa\'s reindeer, and try out recipes from Mrs.
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The Kids\' Domain
These colorful pages have the kids\' winter holiday season in mind.
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SuperKids Educational Software Review
This website provides reviews and ratings of children\'s educational software, by parents, teachers, and the kids themselves. The reviews are indexed, and there is a list of suppliers who have the best prices.
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Ancestry HomeTown
Discover your ancestors with the world's largest family history website. Start a family tree, browse census records and more online at Ancestry.comIf you\'re interested in your family tree, Ancestry Home Town is a great place to visit for genealogy courses, news, FAQs, and software.
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The WholeFamily Center
This interactive site, geared to \"everyone in every family,\" tackles sensitive issues such as infertility, anorexia, divorce, and teen suicide with honesty and common sense. Its marriage, parenting, and kid/teen centers use family drama (in RealAudio or text with photos) to portray common family problems.
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