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Amaze Website Poster Image
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age 11+
Easy-to-understand videos answer kids' sex ed questions.
URL: http://amaze.org
(2016)
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Room for Debate Website Poster Image
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age 16+
Variety of experts debate topics, but depth, info limited.
URL: http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate
(2015)
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bandcamp Website Poster Image
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age 16+
Musicians' portal draws true fans, isn't pushy for money.
URL: http://bandcamp.com/
(2015)
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Vimeo Website Poster Image
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age 16+
Video privacy, sharing a plus; iffy content, bugs aren't.
URL: https://vimeo.com/
(2015)
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Imgur Website Poster Image
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age 16+
Often funny, often explicit meme site best for mature teens.
URL: http://imgur.com
(2014)
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Code Monster from Crunchzilla Website Poster Image
age 11+
Fun programming lessons from a friendly monster guide.
URL: http://www.crunchzilla.com/code-monster
(2014)
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FlipSnack Website Poster Image
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age 16+
Potentially pricey online book-design tool neat but limited.
URL: http://www.flipsnack.com
(2013)
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Google Books Website Poster Image
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age 11+
Make online libraries, review books, and read the classics.
URL: http://www.google.com/books
(2013)
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The Noun Project Website Poster Image
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age 16+
Visual language shows there are many ways to communicate.
URL: http://www.thenounproject.com
(2013)
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My Pop Studio Website Poster Image
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age 11+
Great way for kids to learn critical thinking.
URL: http://www.mypopstudio.com
(2012)
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PeaceCorps.gov/kids Website Poster Image
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age 11+
Peace Corps Challenge fosters understanding and compassion.
URL: http://www.peacecorps.gov/kids/
(2008)
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Kidzworld Website Poster Image
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age 11+
Well-monitored site where kids uphold community standards.
URL: http://kidzworld.com
(2007)
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