There are all kinds of things to do here for kids, babies, preschoolers on up. We have information about games, coloring pages, stories, and lots of information about living things. Have fun and don't forget to try.

Iowa

Listings
Provides support to grieving children and their families through a chat room and a bulletin board.
http://www.amandathepanda.org/
A kid-safe place to learn about the people, plants and animals of the Brazilian Amazon Rain Forest.
http://www.amazoniafunquest.org/
Author's site includes information and sample chapters from recent books; recipes.
http://www.audreycouloumbis.com/
Offers aluminum pinewood derby tracks.
http://www.besttrack.com/
Meet the animals and get visitor information on this Des Moines, Iowa zoo.
http://www.blankparkzoo.com/
Day camp and overnight camp programs for boys and girls in grades 1-9.
http://www.hantesa.com/
Find out how Iowan farms help feed the world. Learn about the history and different uses for corn.
http://www.campsilos.org/
Visit the Charles City, Iowa home of this famous suffragist.
http://www.catt.org/
Lists exhibits, art clubs, and classes for children and adults.
http://www.art-dma.org/
Touch a tornado, make a cloud, experiment with music and sound and more.
http://www.familymuseum.org/
Features agriculture related games, homework help, and resources.
http://www.farmbureaukids.com/
Includes safety tips, coloring pages, print-and-color brochures, and interactive quiz.
http://www.fs4jk.org/
This center on the Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge has information on the plants and animals of the prairie, as well as info on restoration and preservation of prairies.
http://www.tallgrass.org/
Source for youth hockey information in the Des Moines area.
http://www.dmhockey.org/
Located in West Branch, Iowa. Find a bio for the former president and first lady, along with interesting exhibits. Click the link just for kids and have some fun with history too.
http://www.hoover.archives.gov/