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Old 02-26-2005, 08:38 PM - Thread Starter
 
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If your child uses the computer, are there any favorite websites you could share? My oldest dd is 8 and can find her own interests most of the time but my youngest is 3.5 and doesn't read but is interested in letters and reading and games on the computer. We have some CD's and we do occasionally visit noggin or pbs.org but were wondering if there were any other websites, preferably not based on characters, but geared to little ones.
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My boys LOVE Starfall.

www.starfall.com

Bonus: It helped my older ds (now 4) begin to read. And he thought he was just having fun.

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Thanks, Cat! Dd did like that website -- she really is into letters and numbers these days -- she is pointing them out all over the place lately.
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Here are some sites my kids enjoy:

Yahooligans!
http://yahooligans.yahoo.com/

PBS Kids
http://pbskids.org/

Polly Pocket
http://pollypocket.everythinggirl.com/home.aspx
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