Saturday, November 25, 2017

Check out these Cool Sites for KIDS 


Okay, so now that you have your brain loaded with all sorts of good information, you probably want to take a breather, play some games, or maybe you want yet more fabulous disaster information.  Below, we have just what you want.  So go ahead, and scope out these sites.  We guarantee you will like them!

Tornados--Learn all about Nature's most violent storms and cool facts to go along with it at:

Thunderstorms--Want more thunderstorm information and safety tips.  Check out:

Floods--Don't get swept away.  Learn more about floods at:

Lightning for Kids--Here is a website for kids from a kid.  You're sure to be awe struck at:

Playtime for Kids--They have coloring books, games, forecasting, and much, much more at:

FEMA for Kids--Jokes, jigsaw puzzles, on line coloring books, and so much more at:  or

State Farm Kids Page--Look at this site for kids.  You can learn all sorts of neat information.  Make sure and go to the detective's page.  You can locate this site at:

Humane Society for Pets--If you are wanting more information on protecting your pets, you definitely need to check out this site:

Kids' Government Sites--Are you interested in the White House, curious about our government, or need information on Presidents?  Then be sure and visit the following sites!

Interested in Earthquakes--Look at these sites for great information. 

Help Save the Environment-- Explorers Club for kids.  Learn ways you can help save the environment, clean up the air and water, and play some really neat games at:

Cool the Burn--Have you ever been burnt or know someone who has, then you should check out this awesome sight.  You will be filled with lots of information on burns, plus enjoy many neat and fun games!

Smokey the Bear--Check out this neat website with Smokey the Bear, fire safety tips, and cool games.  Enjoy!!

Discovery School -- Fresh ideas to enhance learning:

KID's Almanac:

U.S. Geological Survey:

The Franklin Institute -- If you have ever felt the rumble of an earthquake or seen the eruption of a volcano, you've witnessed EARTHFORCE. For scientists, the word force is defined as a push or pull that causes a change in motion. EARTHFORCE, then, is the pushing and pulling in the core, crust, or water of the Earth that causes motion like eruptions, quakes, or floods.  or

The U.S. Dept. of