Just for Kids
Snoqualmie Valley is Kid Friendly
Learn about science, wild animals, space, government, study tools, and much, much more! The following Web sites make learning fun with quizzes, games, quick facts, pictures to print and color, and all kinds of fun stuff. If you know of a Web site you would like to see included, please send us an email with the Web site address, and we'll review your request.
- Ask Jeeves for Kids. Simply type your question and let Jeeves find links to the answer on the World Wide Web.
- Ben's Guide to US Government -- for Kids. Includes links to sites of interest to kids, parents, and teachers.
- Crayola Kids!. "Be creative. Design a leopard-spot chair. Go on a celestial soar. Finger paint flowers outside and hose off the mess."
- Disney Online. "Where magic comes to life."
- FEMA for Kids. Herman the spokescrab teaches kids about safety and how to prevent damage in the event of a disaster.
- King County 4-H is for youth. "Are you into it?" 4-H programs include everything from computers and sewing, to hedgehogs and more.
- People for Puget Sound. Learn about the creatures of Puget Sound and what you can do to help them thrive.
- King County's Kids Web. "Take the salmon challenge and learn who lives in a snag." (A great site for teachers too!)
- King County Libraries
- Mt. Si Golf Course holds special lessons, just for kids.
- NASA for Kids. Connect the Stars, play Creation Station, or visit Brain Terrain.
- Pacific Science Center. Prepare yourself for the ultimate in scientific adventures. Web site contains lists of links to Web sites about dinosaurs, raptors, music, and more.
- PBS for Kids features characters like Mr. Rogers, Clifford, Barney, Telatubbies, Sesame Street and other cool dudes.
- Seattle Aquarium. Visit Creature Feature! Ask the Biologist! Become a Sea Star!
- Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestras is the largest youth symphony orchestras organization in the United States.
- Smokey Bear. Get the Bear Facts on fire prevention and become a Smokey Club member.
- US Census Bureau Kids Corner. Learn about the US Census, get facts about your state, and have fun with quiz questions.
- Woodsy Owl says, "Lend a hand, care for the land." Let Woodsy be your guide while you learn about the United States Forest Service and all the important things they do to protect our national forests.
- Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife's Department of Education contains links to many Web sites focusing on wildlife and natural sciences.
- Grrrrrrrrr. Check out the live cams of Washington's wild animals.
- Washington State Legislature Kids Page. Learn how a bill becomes a law, the symbols of our state, and more facts about Washington.
- The White House for Kids. Learn about the United States government, the presidency and baseball, meet the President's pets, send an email to the President, and more!
- Hear them roar at the Woodland Park Zoo. Adopt an animal, journey to Borneo, make goo-goo eyes with an orangutan, volunteer.
- World Wildlife Fund Kid's Stuff helps us learn about wildlife and issues that affect planet earth.
- A blog just for kids: greenguideforkids.blogspot.com