Woodland's Junior School

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Jean Armour Polly, Common Sense Media
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Learning and fun sites from a British school.

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Woodland's Junior School, for children between the ages of 7 and 11, is located in the southeastern corner of England. On the school's Web site, kids can visit the \"Homework Help\" section to find over 100 links to sites on math, geography, religion, and more. There's also an \"Educational Games\" section, plus many \"just for fun\" games, as well as sections on Pokemon, cyber treasure hunts, book reviews, jokes and brain teasers, and lots more. Don't miss the \"Playground Games\" area, where you can learn how English kids have fun at recess. There's also a fascinating guide to British life and culture, including a peek at a school lunch menu and recipes for traditional dishes.

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This site is an outstanding example of a child-friendly portal to the Web's wonderful things.

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  • Families can talk about surfing the Internet for homework research. How do you know you can trust the information on a Web site? Families can also talk about educational games. Do you tend to learn things and retain information more easily if you're having fun while learning?

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