Parents' Guide to

Wonderopolis

By Conny Coon, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

A wonder a day will keep kids' eyes open to discovery.

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Wonderopolis is smart in its simplicity. There are hundreds of intriguing "Wonder of the Day" questions posed (one per day, in fact) and kids can search by topic to find those that fit their interests. Find something you're wondering about and Wonderopolis offers more than just a simple answer, however. Click on a question and kids will discover more information along with some thought-provoking ideas and activities to encourage further contemplation and exploration. Each question leads to just one single page, but that page provides prompts that will encourage more questions, spark discussion, and ignite a bit of creativity. There's even a list of vocabulary words to read and remember. Young kids will definitely need a parent's help to read the questions and navigate the text-heavy answers, but there's something for kids of all ages -- and their parents -- no matter what you wonder about.

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