Parents' Guide to

By Erin Brereton, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Educational hub is a solid resource for learning.

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Kids say (1 ): is well-organized -- the navigation is the same in the parent and teacher, teen, and younger kids' section. The sites that links to are designed and written for kids, and many feature bright colors, games, and other kid-friendly elements. Some sites focus on health, like the Center for Disease Control's BAM! Body and Mind site; others offer fun games and a message, including career information and online safety tips.

The site can serve as a resource to help parents and teachers easily find safe, informative sites for kids to learn about a number of subjects. Teachers may also benefit from the site's classroom material recommendations. But kids may tire quickly of the basic format: Since the site is essentially comprised of lists of links, they're constantly being pushed away from the main site -- and may not navigate their way back to find out more.

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