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Carlisle Chess Club for Students Grades 1 - 4
  CarlisleChess.Org offers first through fourth-graders at the Carlisle School the chance to play chess with one another, to increase their knowledge and appreciation of chess, and to develop good sportsmanship.

Research has shown that playing chess at a young age helps develop visualization, concentration, planning, and problem-solving skills. For this reason, chess is a standard part of the primary school curriculum in over 30 countries, and has been recommended by the current U.S. Secretary of Education...
Concord Carlisle Scholarship Fund
Carlisle Homework Helper
Links to study sites for Arts, Astronomy, Geography, History, Literature, Science, and Social Studies
MVLC Teen Cyber Lounge
MVLC Kids Web
It's bicyclists vs. motorists on Carlisle's narrow roads Knowledge + awareness + tolerance = safety Carlisle Mosquito, submitted by Carren Panico
Concord Area Music School Association

Carlisle Public School Student Links

Local DJ Carlisle

Links for Kids

PBS Kids
Everything PBS for kids
Nasa Kids
The US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has a wonderful, free, kid-friendly "NASA Kids" Web site. Great for future astronauts, engineers or scientists.
Word Central
Merriam-Webster's Word Central for Kids
Brain Pop
Health and Science.Com presents...
Safe Kids
(For parents and educators.)  SafeKids is a free PowerPoint presentation created by the Naperville, Illinois, Police Department's Internet Crimes Unit, the Illinois Attorney General's Internet Task Force, and Microsoft to "help parents and educators teach children the fundamental 'rules of the road' for safe exploration on the information highway."
Kids Net
KIDSNET helps children, families and educators intelligently access the educational opportunities available from television, radio and multimedia sources. KIDSNET does this by encouraging media literacy in children and a commitment to educational excellence in broadcasters.

"Safe surfing" is a family affair. As a parent, it's all about being informed, Internet savvy, and open to the possibilities of the online world for you and your child. We'd like to help. Please consider the following safe surfing guidelines:
Little Clickers
Safe, fun Internet explorations for children
The White House For Kids is an educational opportunity for young Americans to learn about the White House and the President through fun and exciting features. This guide gives teachers ideas on how to use the site in the classroom and parents ideas on topics to discuss with their children as they navigate through the site. The themes of reading, making good choices (such as going to school) and dreaming about the future are woven into the site's content through the personification of the President's pets and animals.

Tougue Twisters
Hey, can you say....
The Tongue Twister Database - This page was originally created to give a good group of tongue twisters to people in speech therapy, to people who want to work on getting rid of an accent, or to people who just plain like tongue twisters. I hope you enjoy them.

Kids K8

Kids World Come on in to the home of adventure and service -- Peace Corps Kids World!
Children's Software Revue
Our Mission-- to help you find quality software
Children's Software Revue (CSR) is a primary review source of children's interactive media products. The editors attempt to help parents, children's librarians and teachers leverage the power of technology to support the development of children ages birth to 16.
The Librarian's Guide to Cyberspace
An excellent annotated list of web sites recommended for preschool through elementary age children - from the American Library Association. Also includes links for parents.
Smithsonian Kid's Castle
Welcome to Kids' Castle! Come in and read some of the kids' favorite articles, look at cool facts and photos, or post messages for other visitors. Have fun!
Student Connections, The New York Times Learning Network
The New York Times Learning Network is a free service for students in grades 3-12, their teachers and parents. The site is updated Monday through Friday throughout the year.

Surfing the Net with Kids
Welcome to my vision of what's wonderful on the Web. Welcome parents, kids, teens, grandparents, teachers, librarians and the incurably curious. I am Barbara J. Feldman, a syndicated newspaper columnist, mother, wife and Net surfer supreme (not listed in order of importance, of course)

Ask Jeeves
The easiest, fastest, and safest way for kids to find answers to their questions online.
Ask Dr. Universe
You can ask Dr. Universe almost anything! She'll go to Washington State University's great team of researchers for her information. She'll follow them out to the field, or into the laboratory or library, to find your answers. If you'd like to contact any of the faculty members who have answered questions for Dr. Universe about their research, scholarship or creative work, just e-mail the Dr. -- she'll put you in touch with the person behind the answer!
Educational Web Adventures
Explore the world of art, science and history with our online adventures
Encarta Online
View topic of the day, lesson of the week, search the encyclopedia
Sports Illustrated for Kids
News, Buzz, TV, Games, Fantasy Sports, Trivia, Magazine

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