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The internet is at once a scary and exciting place. 
To help keep us safe, Mama made us this page of links we're allowed to visit. 
We thought you might enjoy them too!
(Recently updated to get rid of dead links and add a few we're currently enjoying!)
Bob the Builder
The official
Bob the Builder
The Itche Kadoozy Show
Starfall Learn to Read

A fun site to help you learn to read.
(Games and movies!)

If you already know how to read, you might enjoy Starfall's "It's Fun To Read" section.
Thomas the tank engine

The official Thomas the Tank Engine
and Friends website
Learn Hebrew!
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Berhman House Online Student Section

Fun games and activities to help you learn Hebrew.

SeeMore's story
SeeMore the safety seal has his own show on PBS!  He has some games and activities online.

lego not only makes great imagination stimulating toys, but they have all kids of Lego games available to play with on their website!
Torah Portion Coloring Pages has lots of informative articles on Judaism for grown-ups and these fun coloring pages that relate to the weekly Torah portion.

Akhlah -- The Jewish Children's Learning Network
The "My Jewish Games" website:

Language Match Game
Multilingual (English, Hebrew, Russian) Word Search
Hebrew Hangman
Jewish Coloring Book
Israel Geography Game

Visit Hello Kitty's world
and play her games.

Rebbitzen Riddle Says...
Come play games
with Elmo and friends

Nick Jr
We don't watch television,
but we have a few Dora the Explorer books,
so Mama let us visit the Nickjr website one day, and we found a whole bunch of new friends! 
Dora, Blue, Oswald, Little Bill, Max and Ruby and so much more...
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HaChai Publishers
publishes some good Jewish books, but we like this site because they have two Chanukah slideshow videos to watch! 
Scroll down past the books to find them, or try these direct links below:
Nine Spoons
A Chanukah Story for Night Number Three

(Also check out!)

Moishe OofnikAvigail
Shalom Sesame,
Sesame Street's Israeli cousin for English speakers
faceAnd if you're looking for educational gifts for children, you might want to check out this site: While we don't specifically recommend every toy or book suggested here (a few books are aimed at ages 12 and up, for example), the suggestions are overall good and the links all take you off site (like so as far as we can tell, they aren't even making money off of your clicks.

back to the childrens' page last updated 15 Mar 2012