Your Web-Wise Kid

Gerstenzang, Susan
September 2006
Working Mother;Sep2006, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p80
The article offers advice for parents on how to teach children about finding the right online resources. Some school and public libraries offer students access to many databases that are specifically designed for them. Child-friendly resources allow them to explore specific topics in different ways. Such resources include www.kidsclick.org, www.yahooligans.com, and www.lii.org.


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