Searching in Computers

  • A Adults (18 and older)
  • T Teens (13-17)
  • K Kids (12 and under)

Home > Kids and Teens > Computers

http://www.20thingsilearned.com/

Learn about the web and browsers in this interactive experience created by Google and illustrated by Christoph Niemann.

http://www.wildwebwoods.org/

The player must complete tasks to get to the next level. Learn about the Internet along the way.

http://www.cybersmart.gov.au/

Teaches to follow along with the eager twins on six fun adventures as they learn how to use the Internet safely. They help explain topics such as safe searches, chatting and user names, privacy, acceptable photos to upload, netiquette and tips to avoid being tricked by email and online.

http://www.cybersmart.gov.au/

Designed to help children and whole families find out how to be cybersmart and use the Internet safely.

http://elmer.ca/

Find some rules on staying safe on the Internet. Includes a poem with a coloring page.

http://www.stopcyberbullying.org/

This website will teach you about Cyberbullying and provide options for getting help.

http://www.kidscomjr.com/

Games and tips for Internet safety and good manners.

http://www.kidscom.com/

Kids learn how to stay safe and have good manners while on-line.

http://www.netsmartzkids.org/

An interactive way of teaching young people how to recognize dangers and increase self-confidence whenever they go online. Includes games, puzzles, quizzes, and free downloads.

http://www.nsteens.org/

Uses comics and videos to explain how to use the Internet safely and avoid cyber-bullies and predators.

http://www.pawsexplore.co.uk/

Paws Explore uses Google's Safe Search technology to power the results while also offering a free safety tips poster.

http://www.roareducate.com/

Interactive learning games & resources about cyber-safety, online security and digital citizenship, for children and young people (K-10), teachers and parents

http://www.safeteens.com/

Provides information about staying safe online. Includes articles about protecting your privacy, and links to other online safety resources.

http://www.thatsnotcool.com/

Offers teens resources to help them draw their own digital line when confronted with issues such as being pressured to send nude pics, over texting and partners breaking into their social network accounts.

http://touchcyberwellness.org/

Promotes Internet safety, responsibility, and the development of healthy online communities.

http://www.zilladog.com/

Free parent password protected email service just for kids. ZillaMail is spam free. Features include a home page for kids with games, movie trailers and links to parent approved websites.

http://www.zoeandmolly.ca/

Read a comic and answer a quiz about staying safe online, then build a character and write your own ending to the story.

http://www.zoodles.com/

A fun, simple and free way for kids, ages 2 - 8, to safely access the Web.

http://zui.com/

Zui is a safe place for children to play games, view movie trailers and videos, listen to music and get sport highlights. They can also earn points.

http://www.pockettutor.com/

Educational tools available for download to a Pocket PC.

http://www.frankchenphoto.com/

Software for early childhood education designed for kids up to age 6.

http://www.robomind.net/

Is very simple educational programming language that will familiarize you with the basics of computer science by programming your own robot.

http://arisgames.org/

An open-source tool for creating mobile learning games, stories, documentaries, place-based learning activities, citizen science and citizen journalism activities.

http://www.blackgirlscode.com/

Empowering girls to become innovators in STEM fields, leaders in their communities, and builders of their own futures through exposure to computer science and technology.

http://coderdojo.com/

Open source, volunteer led, global movement of free coding clubs for young people. Wiki with articles, tutorials and community events.

http://fontawesome.io/

Set of icons, specially designed for websites and applications. Compatible with screen readers, vectors, icons scale to any size. Provides a handy CSS sheet with ready-for-use animations. Open source.

http://gameprogrammingpatterns.com/

On strategies and problem solving, common mistakes and solutions for creating games.

http://inform7.com/

A design system for interactive fiction based on natural language. Code that reads like English.

http://inventwithpython.com/

Invent Your Own Computer Games with Python is a free ebook programming tutorial for the Python programming language. Learn how to program by making fun games.

http://www.kidsruby.com/

Have fun and make games, or hack your homework using Ruby.