Thimble provides one of the most inviting and supportive environments available for kids who want to code and feel like they're a part of the learn-to-code movement.
Kids can learn another language with this excellent, interactive program that includes self-guided lessons, progress tracking, and real-world projects for applying new skills.
This impressive database of fine and classical art features museum collections from around the world and lets kids curate their own galleries for study and inspiration.
Kids can follow their interests, build confidence, and gain valuable skills as they complete fun, hands-on challenges.
Kids learn how to think mathematically and are empowered to decide how much problem solving support they want or need.
The little wonders of nature star in this site that takes a stroll through real woods.
Kids teach other kids how to control their financial and entrepreneurial futures on this upbeat site.
Quick, before school starts, send your kids to this edu-site to brush up on math, science, English, and social studies.
Is your tween hungry for knowledge? Point them here to find resources and information in kid-friendly form.
Learning a new language can be tricky -- and a lot of fun. Kids will learn some basic Spanish from Noah's mix-ups and discover that it's OK to make mistakes along the way
As a resume-builder and a soul-satisfier, this not-for-profit site lets kids take action on issues they care about.
Great for creative gamers, this site lets kids design their own games to play and share.
With music, videos, games, and a virtual world, this site rocks out.
This site's prescreened stories will keep kids up on current events.
Kids 9-14 can apply to become part of this site's 50-person press corps and learn about journalism first-hand.
With fairy tales and fables, this story time site keeps it simple with tales designed for young attention spans.
This site's pro-environment stance is admirable, but it also deserves kudos for its efforts to keep kids safe.
For fans of the bilingual cartoon Pocoyo, this virtual world offers tons of games, videos, and more.
This simple, sweet site helps preschoolers feel successful in both website navigation and phonics skills.
Creating new cartoons is a cinch with this easy-to-use animation site starring the cute Zimmer Twins.
Take some time to improve your kid's ad-savvy with a visit to this fun and funky FTC site that's all about "ad-ucation."
Designed by MTV, this site's real-life stories will make an impact on teens navigating a totally digital world.
This charming site introduces kids to classical music with kid-friendly songs and games.
U.S. geography is made infinitely more interesting with gopher brothers The GoBros as your kid's guides.
A wide range of African American culture captured in video offers an alternative to YouTube.