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Best Websites for Kids

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Award winners determined using an algorithm that takes into account website popularity measured by traffic and the quantity and quality of reviews over a 12-month period
Her name was Jeany, she helped me find exactly what I needed for my return and was patient, kind and the service was outstanding.
Love to bring the kiddos here
found the comfort of my home .
If you teach boys or know any boys at all, you'll need to familiarize yourself with legos. My students, from the youngest to the oldest, have always loved Legos, and as an educator, I see a ton of benefits in their use/play - development of: motor skills, creativity, motor and cognitive planning,...
This is a wonderful website for parents.
My kids love to play on this site; they log on weekly and I don't have to worry about them. Their parents section is also wonderful.
My boyfriend is a bit of a Breaking Bad 'enthusiast.' (Nicer word than geek, but he's a geek) He sends me links to thinkgeek all the time and generally I smile and nod but his birthday is coming up this weekend so I looked back at all of the old links and ordered a bunch of stuff o...
This site is full of useful information, and it helps solve mysteries of what going on with your kid. When my daughter was around 9 months old, she got constipated. So I called the nurse at her pediatrician's office. She told me that as long my daughter didn't have a fever and still had wet...
This is the best to be when finding a good quality and affordable kid's needs. It has almost all you kid's needs. It is a website good for first time mom and dads.
Karen Ranzi's new book, "Creating Healthy Children Through Attachment Parenting and Raw Foods," is one of those books that seems to take an eternity to finish -- not because it is not interesting, but because it is so full of information.