Theater Activities for Kids – With theatre activities, kids will awaken their inner dramatist. They can act, direct, dance, and sing for an applause-ready audience. They can even make props to enhance the show.
Science Kids – Fun Science & Technology for Kids! – Enjoy these free technology lesson plans that are perfect for teaching students about a range of cool technology topics. Try the great hands on lessons or fun computer activities for kids and make the most of the useful teaching ideas and education resources. The activities include movie making, robotics, web design, soldering, building Lego cars and digital photo editing with Photoshop.
International Children’s Digital Library – The ICDL is a rich resource which can be used in a wonderfully wide range of situations by children, parents, teachers, librarians and others from all walks of life. Children can expand upon the stories to create games; parents can extract themes to help explain important lessons; teachers can utilize the multicultural nature of the collection to teach languages; librarians can enrich community outreach programs with tales from around the world and; of course, anyone can just open a book to read for pleasure.
Digital Camera Activities for Kids – Digital cameras are a great way to learn and have fun with kids. They are relatively cheap and are convenient because unusable pictures taken by inexperienced young hands can be deleted and retaken. This makes the activities with them a lot of fun. There are several activities using digital cameras that are perfect for kids.
100 Free Things to do with Your Kids This Summer – A blog of free or low cost summer activities.
Cool Math – An amusement park of math and more..Lessons and games designed for fun!
National Geographic for Kids – Watch animal cameras, learn interesting tidbits about animals, see and share photos of nature, learn about different countries and try science experiments. These activities don’t even begin to scratch the surface of the National Geographic Kids website. There’s even a “Little Kids” section for the younger explorers in your house.