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Any recommendations for good internet sites for children, as a function of age?

Of course 'good' is highly subjective, in your answers you could maybe indicate why a particular site is 'good'.

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asked 11 Jan '10, 14:20

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Of course, when asking the question, I had one site particularly in mind.

ABC Alphabet and Phonemic awareness has a really good series of presentations of each letter, with little animations, some puzzles.

My eldest has liked that site since she was about two and a half - she's nearly 5 now, and still likes it (especially now she can work the mouse on her own).

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answered 11 Jan '10, 14:23

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We adore

Mr Picassohead when we are feeling creative and up for producing some artwork (that can also double up as a great gift, because you get to sign you picture and either print it or send it by mail to the recipient/recipients of your choice.

We also like Up to ten a bilingual fun games and leaning site for ages 1 through to 10.

This Cook a chili for Boowa and Kwala is funny more than educational but I do recommend it nevertheless.

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answered 11 Jan '10, 15:12

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Thanks, we're going to try all of those!

(15 Jan '10, 06:13) Benjol

Here's another one for learning to recognise animal sounds:

Jay calls

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answered 12 Jan '10, 05:39

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