Need Something to Do? Want to Learn Something New?
There's just so much science, nature, music, arts, technology, storytelling and assorted good stuff out there that kids haven't seen. It's most likely not stuff that was made for them...But we don't underestimate kids around here. Check out off the grid-for-little-kids videos and other smart stuff collected by Rion Nakaya and her three year old co-curator - The Kid Should See This
Investigate history using primary documents and images with H.S.I. Historical Scene Investigations.
Brush up on your geography skills playing GeoGames or GeoNet.
Watch a video to learn more about a topic that interests you with Safari Montage - this one will require you to login using the same username and password that you use to login on the computers at school. Once you are logged in, go to Search or Subjects to find a video to watch that interests you. The first time you use this, you will need to install the video player on your computer.
Explore your creative side with The Art Zone.
Interested in learning more about music, theatre, dance, costume and set design and theatrical posters? Need information for a school project? Find all you need and more by exploring ArtsAlive.
Write and illustrate a story using StoryBird.
Take a virtual field trip to the National Zoo - check out the AnimalCams.
Listen to a story read by a member of the Screen Actors Guild Foundation at Storyline Online.
Compose music, play with musical performance, music games and music puzzles at Creatingmusic.com.
Experiment with drum set sounds and rhythms at Monkey Machine,
Check out Invention Playhouse.
Stay on track with your math and language arts skills with Orchard Online.