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Fun for Kids: e-Learning Resources

"To be is to participate"  


This section contains a number of projects and resources that have been collected to enrich your learning experience. Simply click on the pictures or links to gain more information about the subjects of your interest.


Travel for Kids: The Netherlands

Fun things to do with your kids in The Netherlands. This family travel guide will help you get the most out of your visit.

Fun things - Kids Center

FunBrain is the Internet's premier location for interactive, educational games (math, grammar, science) for children and kids of all ages.

Giant Squid


The International Children's Digital Library

The International Children's Digital Library is a powerful and well thought on line database providing easy and free access to children's books from around the world. Some books are public domain, others are used by author's permission.

Math Popper

Funschool - Fun and Educational Games and Activities for Kids

Funschool offers free online educational elementary games for kids as well as printable activities, coloring and crafts that will help kids learn and get ready for school.


The goal of the Web site publisher is to create and promote youth community worldwide, and give kids a voice and an interactive place to express their creativity. Young people all over the world make Cyberkids a sharing, caring space. Cyberkids is a place for kids' creativity to flourish while getting feedback from others; a space to read stories, to listen to kids' musical compositions, to view artwork, to meet keypals from all over. Cyberkids is kids' own corner of a new world.


Play Fun Games at Kids Fun Canada™ website - KIDOONS


The Kindersite Project

For ALL preschool and Kindergarten age children! The Kindersite has 1,000s of links to the best Games, Songs and Stories for young children.

Space Exploration  
Power of Ten Powers of Ten

View the Milky Way at 10 million light years from the Earth. Then move through space towards the Earth in successive orders of magnitude until you reach a tall oak tree just outside the buildings of the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory in Tallahassee, Florida. After that, begin to move from the actual size of a leaf into a microscopic world that reveals leaf cell walls, the cell nucleus, chromatin, DNA and finally, into the subatomic universe of electrons and protons.

Eduspace The European Earth Observation Web Site for Secondary Schools

 Sharing NASA:

The Sharing Nasa-site allows students to share in the excitement of NASA’s authentic scientific and engineering pursuits like flying the shuttle and International Space Station, exploring distant planets with amazing spacecraft and aronautics/airplane research.





Cyber Space

Cyber Space - NL

Cyber Space - een visuele toer door het zonnestelsel (In Dutch).


Learning about space and agriculture
Today's children may be whiz kids on computers but many know little about the origins of the food they eat and the clothes they wear. Now, thanks to the 
Tellus mission, children can use their computer skills to learn about agriculture. To help schoolteachers use the site a Tellus information pack is available. All the material is available in each of the 11 languages of the EU’s Member States. For more information and/or to obtain the information pack check the Tellus mission website.

Geography & Nature


JASON XIV: From Shore to Sea will engage students and teachers in an exciting journey to explore the unique Channel Islands region of California. This area includes the Channel Islands National Park, the waters of the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary and the densely populated California coastline, and will serve as our "laboratory" for studying nature's dynamic systems during the 2002-2003 school year.
TerraQuest: This site gives you the chance to make Virtual Expeditions on the World Wide Web. Relive the excitement of TerraQuest's first cool site, Virtual Antarctica, as a team of polar explorers goes in pursuit of the perfect penguin, with digital photography and satellite uplinks or join a shipload of wired adventurers on their sail through this living laboratory of evolution. With dispatches from the field and a gallery of digital images and QTVR panoramas, Virtual Galápagos showcases the award-winning TerraQuest experience!


frog Virtual Frog Dissection Kit This site contains an interactive program that allows you to dissect a frog an includes the capability to make on-the-fly movies. The Dissection Kit is available in a number of languages.
Online Biology Book - This Online Biology book is ideally suited for secondary education students.


Aims to improve students' computational skills and challenges students to learn more mathematics in a non-threatening environment.
Most math you study in school is old knowledge. For example, the geometry you study about circles, squares, and triangles was organized around 300 B.C. by a man named Euclid. Fractal geometry, however, is much newer. Visit this site to find out about Fractals.



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