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Beanie Babies  (http://www.ty.com) Do you collect Beanie Babies?  Well, check out this site designed by their creators to get information about each baby and find a complete listing to compare with your collection. 

Cartoon Network  (http://www.cartoonnetwork.com) This is the official site of the Cartoon Network.  Here is the place to go to find out informationabout the various cartoons aired on that station.  There are also games and  activities that change on a monthly basis.

FoxKids  (http://www.foxkids.com) This is the official site of the Fox Kids Club.  There are games and information related to the various shows broadcasted each weekday afternoon and Saturday mornings.

Garfield Online  (http://www.garfield.com) This is the official site of Garfield the cat. You can read comics on-line as well as find other activities to do.

Idea Box  (http://www.theideabox.com) This site has lots of fun ideas for crafts and projects for kids. It is great for kids or adults looking for ideas of things to do.

Lego Home Page  (http://www.lego.com) This site gives a history of Lego and some games for children to play. It also lists products and jobs.

Official Disney Web Site (http://home.disney.go.com/index) The Official Disney Web Site can be found here.  It is filled with games, activities, and information on Disney's various characters and productions.

Official Star Wars Web Site  (http://www.starwars.com) Here is the Official Star Wars web site.  You can find out information about various characters in the Star Wars Universe.  Information about the books, comics and movies can also be found here.

Pauly's Playhouse (http://www.paulysplayhouse.com) Try some of the great interactive games and activities for children ages 3 and up at this site.

Pokémon World  (http://www.pokemon.com) This is the official site of Pokémon.  Compare your collection to a complete lists of characters.  You can also find out information about games and other toys here.

Punky Doodle's Coloring Club and Funhouse (http://www.pdoodle.com) This site provides all sorts of entertainment and fun in the form of games, puzzles, coloring pages, amd more for those between the ages 4 -12

Warner Bros. (http://www2.warnerbros.com/web/main/kids/kids.jsp?frompage=sitemap) This is a fun site with information about t.v., movies, movie stars, and animation produced by WB.  You can also play games based on shows like Batman and Looney Tunes.
Building Big  (http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/buildingbig/) Explore construction by type of structure, try labs and "challenges," read biographical sketches of people working in a variety of engineering careers, and even nominate local structures. This site is based on David Macaulay's Building Big.

Ghosts in the Castle  (http://www.nationalgeographic.com/features/97/castles/enter.html) Have you ever wanted to take a tour of a haunted castle?  Well, check out this site designed by the National Geographic Society, and you will have your chance! 

Seven Wonders of the World  (http://www.ohiou.edu/esl/project/seven.html) Information about the Wonders of the World can be found  here.  The site also includes pictures and drawings of the wonders.

America Chess (http://www.americachess.com) Organizes free large-scale online chess tournaments for the youth of America.

Cartoon Nework: Games  (http://cartoonnetwork.com/games/index.html) The Cartoon Network has pooled together a number of games which are updated regularly with tie-ins to favorite cartoons such as Scooby Doo, the Flintstones, and Looney Tunes.

Chess Boss (http://www.chessboss.com) This site promotes free recreational chess play online for people of all ages.

E-Libs (http://www.elibs.com) Remember playing MadLibs? Well, here is your chance to do some for free. Fill out the form with your own nouns, verbs, and adjectives; then press the button and enjoy the results.

A Game a Day (http://www.agameaday.com) Every day, a new word game, quiz, or puzzle will challenge your spelling, grammar and rhyming and vocabulary skills.

Kidscom Games  (http://www.kidscom.com) All sorts of games can be found at this site ranging from printable mazes to Hangman and a disguise maker.

Nickelodeon: Games  (http://www.nick.com/games/index.jhtml) Check out games related to some of your favorite Nick shows.

Real Arcade  (http://www.realarcade.com) This arcade site provides games with an easy-to-use aplication to play and manage games.

Seussville Games  (http://www.randomhouse.com/seussville/games/)  A group of games with tie-ins to a number of Dr. Seuss books.

Sports Illustrated Games Arcade  (http://www.sikids.com/games/index.html) Play games and take quizzes related to your favorite sports and athletes.

YahooKids Games  (http://www.sikids.com/games/index.html) For a list of great games and activities to keep you busy when you are bored, check out some of the ones highlighted here at Yahooligans!

Kididdles  (http://www.kididdles.com) Ever wonder about the lyrics from a certain song?  At this site you can request the lyrics or have some fun with all sorts of music-related activites, games, and facts.

Sports Illustrated for Kids  (http://www.sikids.com) This is the online version of the magazine. It is a good source of information about sports figures. 

YahooKids Sports  (http://kids.yahoo.com/sports/index) Here's the place to go to get the latest scores on a variety of sports. Current schedules of events and games are listed.

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