Activities - China
China - Time for Kids
China for Kids
China Zoo
Facts about India
Geography Games
History for Kids-China
India for Kids
Interactive World Map
Kids Konnect - China
Learn about India
Map Games
Map Games
U.S. States Games
Binary Translator
Build an Insect
Droplet and the Water Cycle
Interactive Science
Invent an Insect
Kids Know It
Kids Science News Network
NASA Kids' Club
National Weather Service
Weather Wiz Kids
What is Weather?
Your Weight on Other Worlds
Yuckiest Site on the Internet
Addition Attack
Interactive Games
Mifflin Math
Mr Nussbaum
Online Computer Chess
Online Computer Chess
RekenWeb Games
Skill Builders
Skip Counting (Cave Math)
Vitual Manipulatives
"On-Lion" for Kids
Grammar Practice Park
Keyboarding Games
Kid Mysteries
Madlibs Online
Poetry for Kids
Storyline Online
Wacky Web Tales
Word Central
Cartoon Network
Enchanted Learning
Fact Monster
Free Rice
Sheppard Software
Typing Pal
Do you have a scientist-in-the-rough in your family?
Here are some fun science opportunities that are free and great for kids in our community.  Coming up is a program called the "CU Wizards" which is taught by various CU professors in their fields of expertise brought down to an elementary school level.  Each month during the school year, a different program is presented on Saturdays.  The link below details the schedule of events coming.  I have attended these presentations as a parent and thought quite highly of the presentations.  This set of events begins 9/24.

Additionally, every Friday evening at the Sommers-Bausch observatory on campus starting at 9:00 p.m., the public is invited to attend an "observatory open house" staffed by graduate students from the Astrophysics department at CU.  These students focus the powerful telescopes on celestial phenomena for families and provide interesting information about "backyard astronomy" for kids.  This activity is weather permitting.  Please click the following link if you would like more information:

Last of all, here is a fun activity to do with your kids that uses math -- especially at this time of the year!  Calculate a good estimate of the temperature by counting cricket chirps!  All kids love this activity especially when they can then check their math against the actual temperature...check out the links for more information. 
Read about the mathematical formula here and how to do it.
This website lists the temperature if you do not have a thermometer at your house.