Surf the Net

Search the Web

yahoo kids Yahoo! Kids (kids.yahoo.com)
The ultimate kid-friendly search engine. A safe place for children to look for information and has a great list of age-appropriate reference links.

ask kids Ask Kids (askkids.com)
The best search engine for answering simple kid questions like, “How does an iceberg form?” or “What causes hiccups?”

Let's Play

cbc kids CBC Kids (cbc.ca/kids)
This terrific extension of CBC’s educational and entertaining programming for kids targets specific ages like preschool, afterschool and teens.

pbs kids PBS Kids (pbskids.org)
The activities and games on this award-winning site feature many of the characters from kids’ favourite TV shows.

scholastic canada Scholastic Canada (scholastic.ca)
The best place on the Web for kids to find information about their favourite books and authors, including excerpts from the hottest new releases.

Let's Learn


LEARN Quebec (learnquebec.ca)
LEARN is an educational foundation that offers e-learning services to students, parents and educators in the Quebec English Education Community.


The Yuckiest Site on the Internet (yucky.discovery.com)
The best place for yucky science entertainment! This site is part of the Discovery network and will help kids learn all about the grossest, yuckiest things about nature and biology.


How Stuff Works (howstuffworks.com)
This award-winning site clearly and concisely tells kids (and adults!) how different things work from the everyday to the unusual.

discovery education
Discovery Channel School
The creators of the popular Discovery channel initially designed this site with parents and teachers in mind — but the fun activities have major kid-appeal too.

virtual museum
Virtual Museum of Canada (virtualmuseum.ca)
Multimedia presentations, image galleries and interactive games make learning Canadian history and geography a lot more fun.

CoolMath4Kids (coolmath4kids.com)
Games, brain twisters and colouring-book activities for a variety of age groups help make math fun. A great site for kids who are struggling with multiplication and need to practise their skills.

Science Made Simple (sciencemadesimple.com)
This no-frills site helps kids learn science the easy, hands-on way with clear, detailed answers to their questions and lots of fun projects and experiments.

Funbrain.com (funbrain.com)
Interactive tools and games like Grammar Gorillas and MathCar Racing entice kids to learn.

Arts Alive(artsalive.ca)
Everything about classical music and the performing arts for all ages!

En français

radio-canada Radio-Canada- La zone jeunesse (radio-canada.ca/jeunesse/)
This brightly coloured website has games, shows, science, and books all in french for young learners.

science en jeu Canadian Science en jeu (science-en-jeu.ca)
This fantastic free online game website for kids helps them learn about the natural and scientific world through problem-solving and roleplay.

cyber schoolbus Jeunesse Téléquebec (jeunesse telequebec)
This site features francophone TV Shows, and games all help kids learn the french language. There is also a section of popular educational websites for kids to browse and learn.

carmen Carmen à la campagne (tfo.org/emissions/carmen/)
This wonderfully interactive site is based around a popular francophone TV show that is aired in central and western Canada. Young kids can colour, read stories and play with Carmen and her friends.

EMSB Network

learn English Montreal School board (emsb.qc.ca)
The EMSB's website has news and information on anything that is going on within the network of EMSB schools.

learn Edu-Group Education Portal (portail2.emsb.qc.ca/edugroupe)
A place where EMSB students and teachers can connect, share information and access the EMSB school libraries.

Get Inspired!

olympic Olympic.org (olympic.org)
The official website of the Olympic Movement, this site offers facts about past and present olympic events all over the world, sports, athletes and the Youth Olympic Games.

cwf Canadian Wildlife Federation (cwf-fcf.org)
This site encourages young naturalists to actively participate in wildlife conservation, including building a backyard habitat for birds and butterflies.

cyber schoolbus United Nations Cyber School Bus (un.org/pubs/cyberschoolbus)
Translated into six languages, the rich content and resources on this United Nations–sponsored site let children participate in a global community over the Web.

geographic kids National Geographic Kids!(kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids)
The best part of this all-round great site is the current affairs section, written in easy-to-understand language, so kids can keep on top of new archaeological digs and historical discoveries.

nasa NASA for Students (www.nasa.gov/audience/forstudents)
A perfect place for budding astronomers to learn about the galaxy. Kids can receive up-to-the-minute bulletins about space programs or use the multimedia section to view current images in space.