Yahoo Kids is the ultimate destination on the Internet for your children and other kids who love playing games, watch movies, read jokes and do much more. If you are not aware of this Yahoo Kids webpage then this is your chance to know more about it on Daily Techie.
Most of us use Yahoo! as a mail service and maybe as an instant chat client, but have no idea that the website features a kids’ sections that features hundreds of fun infused game for your little ones.
Just log into to this address http://kids.yahoo.com/games to be greeted by a fun, colorful interface that invites you to settle down in front of the computer and play some. Children looking to have a blast can choose to play games from different categories such as: Arcade, Card, Holiday, Movie & TV, Sport, Word and others. I particularly enjoyed (even if I’m no kid) the Movie & TV categories as the games feature some of my favorite (still!) characters from animations and movies alike. One should definitely try the Chicken Little Memory Game, Dancing Bean (that’s right featuring Mister Bean himself), Escape from Miraz’s Castle, Harry Potter’s crystal ball or Happily N’Ever After.
Check out http://kids.yahoo.com/movies now!
However, for those unable to make their minds on the spot, a top 5 of the most popular games is displayed if one scrolls downwards and looks on the right side. According to the website gamers loved the most: Bouncing Balls, Taxi Gone Wild, Bricks Breaking, Crunchy Munch and Nimrod’s Belly Slide. Maybe you should try one of these first?
However the kids’ section is not only about the games. It features other means of getting your child entertained. For example there’s a Movie section, in which children can discover all kinds of movies they haven’t had time to watch yet. The titles comes featuring the movie’s synopsis, cast and director. There’s also lots of videos to watch from the Dr. Seuss’ the Lorax and The Adventures of Chuck and Friends: Friends to the Finish series. And if your child hasn’t had enough of movie watching, you can check the Movies on the web section to find places where they can watch kid’s movies and educational documentaries.
Every kid loves telling good jokes to his friends and class mates, so Yahoo! made sure there’s a Jokes section covering jokes from all sorts of fields. We have jokes about animals, music, school or sports.
More entertainment is provided by clicking the Horoscope tab. This feature is mostly aimed at girls, but I don’t see why boys couldn’t get a kick out of reading their astral predictions. All children need to do is recognize their zodiac sign and click on it to read what the stars have in stored for them.
After so much play, it’s time to go back to some homework. The Yahoo Kids Study Zone is filled with entertaining videos that cover lots of academic topics kids need in their education. I loved the Science and Nature section with its list of websites dedicated to help children to better understand the miracles of nature and science. Other related categories include: Astronomy and Space, Computer Science, Physical Sciences, Scientists or The Earth.
Yahoo Kids has everything what your children would need on the Internet, do tell us your opinion about this post and please share it on the web!
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