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Thursday, 24 July 2008
Top Ten Ways For Kids To Have Fun And Learn On The Internet
  1. Get connected to other kids and groups on Facebook. This is a great interactive website that allows teens and preteems of common interests to meet in cyberspace.
  2. Find all kinds of fun stuff at kids.com. Safe chat rooms, lots of games, lots of new friends.
  3. Discover the different types of games that you can play on the internet.
  4. Believe it or not, casino games (like Poker) can be played with play money and you don't have to download them to your computer.
  5. Start a blog of your favourite videos and songs on "YouTube". This website has just about every video and song ever made.
  6. If you want to find out more about any subject or person, do a "Google Alert" with your e-mail address. The search engine Google does all the work and you get the results in your inbox.
  7. Start building a blog (Weblog and Diary) on Facebook or some other website. You can upload your pictures to it and even create a slideshow through a free service at www.photobucket.com.
  8. By using search engines like google or MSN, you can find out more about advances in science like "Green Technology" and "Electric Cars".
  9. When you google something like "Classic Dolls", you not only find websites that write about classic dolls, but you can find pictures of classic dolls by clicking on "images" above the Google Search Box.
  10. Always use the internet to learn more about human/plant/mineral/animal life and always use the internet to find material that makes people laugh like the Ray Steven's video below: "Santa Claus Is Watching You". 

I'd like to thank Melanie Sparkes (my niece) for helping me think about great stuff for kids on the internet. Hopefully, this blog entry will help any teen or preteen who's starting out on "The World Wide Web".


Posted by qualteam at 6:02 PM EDT
Updated: Thursday, 24 July 2008 6:45 PM EDT

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