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Japan With Kids - Forums: General Discussions: Entertainment - Websites for kids!
By judisan on Thursday, October 11, 2001 - 9:29 am:

I would like to suggest two great sites for kids.

International Kids club for world peace and world love! tolerance and peace activities.
http://www.ikidsclub.com

Planetpals earthzone-for a greener planet! ecology, earth information and activities
http://www.planetpals.com


By Rick Nordal on Wednesday, December 11, 2002 - 4:12 am:

Hi Tokyo! I have just recently created a new game called the Origami " snowflake " game ! You can view and play this computer/paper folding game at: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/origami_game/

If you have any comments or suggestions regarding this game please email me at: alpine_rick_2000@hotmail.com

Regards,
Rick Nordal ( Creator of the Origami " snowflake " game - Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada )


http://www.geocities.com/ricknordal


By Rick Nordal on Friday, December 13, 2002 - 6:26 am:

Origami " snowflake " game info: First fold two different colored sheets of 4" X 4" photocopy paper, each into 32 triangles ( origami " windmill " base fold. ) Objective: Using one or two sheets of paper that have already been folded into 32 triangles, fold in numerical order a sequence of falling geometric " snowflakes " ( that will appear on your computer screen ) before they melt and disappear into Bonnie's mouth ! If you have not completely folded or not yet folded a snowflake before it disappears inside Bonnie's mouth you lose the game ! After folding a gemetric snowflake, try not to unfold your paper to much so that you can fold the next snowflake faster. When a snowflake disappears into Bonnie's mouth, a " new " snowflake will appear on your computer screen. If you cannot fold a " snowflake " using one sheet of paper, then use two sheets of paper ! Fold the two sheets of paper into seperate " smaller " geometric shapes, so that when they are placed " side by side " and or " overlapping " each other, you will have created the " snowflake ". The two smaller geometric shapes can be: both the same shape, both different shapes, both shapes can be used over and over without unfolding them, for creating the next " snowflake " shape that is shown on your computer screen. At the start of game Bonnie starts building a snowman family. After 20 levels ( 10 geometric snowflakes per level ), Bonnie will have finished building her Christmas snowman family. There are a total of 220 different geometric " snowflakes ". Good luck and happy paper folding ! Copyright (c) 2002 by Rick Nordal. All rights reserved. ----------------Regards, Rick Nordal ( Creator of the Origami " snowflake " game - Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada )
Questions or commments regarding this game ? Email me at: alpine_rick_2000@yahoo.com


By Because I am Special on Wednesday, April 23, 2003 - 9:11 am:

Here is a great site for children. http://www.becauseiamspecial.com


By Westsan on Wednesday, March 17, 2004 - 7:02 pm:

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Does anybody have any games/websites for a toddler +/- 2 yrs.??


By Sarah on Wednesday, March 17, 2004 - 11:39 pm:

Hello Westsan,
Try to visit this site for your toddler. You'll find lots of links and very educational for kids. I hope this can help. :)

http://www.fisher-price.com/us/playtime/

http://www.allkids.co.uk/kids_pages/Childrens_Free_Fun_Sites.shtml


By Cornelia on Monday, June 12, 2006 - 6:38 am:

Humor; no claim to being educational... (but inadvertently you may just learn something)! Parental assistance might be required for the very young. Some parents may require assistance from their kids! Fun for all: http://www.eepybird.com/ Featurning the "Extreme" cola and mint candies experiements.
Before you scoff at this totally silly form of entertainment, let me ask you... do YOU know what "nucleation" is?


By Khristianne Bautista on Sunday, June 3, 2007 - 4:25 pm:

If you're looking for ways to teach young kids to write alphabet, then you might as well try my website at: http://www.kenjibear.co.nr/writing_abc.html
There's a visual aid to guide them through.


By Pjutz28 on Saturday, April 5, 2008 - 2:31 am:

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