Other Links to Enchanted Learning Software
Included on Meghan's Page. Meghan's mother, Joellyn Clark, writes, "The older Meghan gets, the more interested she is in the computer, but she couldn't surf the net until we found Little Explorers. It's a wonderful site where preschoolers use a picture dictionary with links. Four stars in my book!"
Listed at Platypus Software
Zoom Dinosaurs is listed at Michael's Website! - thank you Michael.
Listed in the Teel Family Just for Kids, under Other Fun Pages -- "Little Explorers - Great! Preschoolers surf the web easily using a picture dictionary."
Featured on Infosports Kids Page for January, 1997 -- "We thought it would be fun to share a few interesting educational sites with you each week!... The first one is a kid's dictionary that is terrific for elementary age children. Pre-schoolers would have fun too browsing through the letters. Lots of learning here. And high schoolers, if you want a real education on money and investments, click on "M" for "Money" and go through all the icons. You won't be disappointed and you will learn a lot."
In Cool Safe Links for Kids Parents and Teachers, under Fun and Interesting Places to Visit -- "Little Explorers - Even Pre-Schoolers Can Surf The Web (Very Nice Site)"
Listed in Southwestern Bell's page for kids -- "Little Explorers On-Line Dictionary: Elementary students and preschoolers can surf the web easily by using this picture dictionary with links."
Listed on Ali's Home School Page -- "It's not what it sounds like. It is a picture dictionary that is great for little kids and big kids. You can also click on a picture and ask for it in German, French or Spanish. Really good for learning a new language. If you don't speak English, then you can use it in the reverse to learn our language! They also have the whole site in Japanese! Cool even though it looks like it is for little kids, it's not. Just watch out for some evolution stuff on the dinosaurs topic. "
Listed in Comcast Picks - Baltimore Online, under Education, in the Reference Shelf -- "Preschool Dictionary: Enchanted Learning's site presents a dictionary for the youngest learners. Click to go from a letter of the alphabet to words beginning with that letter to an exploration of the word."
Listed at Game Kids Places to Visit -- "Link for kids. Little explorers is a free website that lets elementary school students and preschoolers surf the web easily. Children use a picture dictionary to surf some 400 carefully chosen links."
A Free -n- Cool Cool Site -- "Little Explorers is a unique, free website that lets preschoolers and elementary school students surf the web easily.... Kids can play Enchanted Learning Software's on-line connect-the-dots games, play Scrambled Dinosaurs, make a truck, read nursery rhymes and stories, or visit zoos and museums, get craft and art ideas, and link to hundreds of great sites. Little Explorers is also an excellent resource for elementary school teachers to introduce younger students to the World Wide Web in a controlled environment."
Listed at Bry-Back Manor -- "Little Explorers by Enchanted Learning Software - A truly unique site where kids travel the web via a picture dictionary."
Listed at ZIA Free-Stuff and Great Offers for the week ending Dec. 28, 1996 -- "Enchanted Learning Software - This is a really cute site with educational and fun activities for pre-schoolers. Almost no reading is required to play the games and learn to surf the net. Online games and activities change often. They also offer special bundled packages for educators."
Included in the Camden, NY, Kids Page -- "A Wonderful site! Preschoolers can surf the web easily using a picture dictionary."
A Kid Pick! at Ultranet Odyssey -- "I liked the site...." "... a good site to visit with your parent - especially for the elementary set."
Listed at Cool Family Sites at Upstate Access -- "Little Explorers (tm) - An educational site for pre-schoolers and elementary school students."
Listed at I Connection's Just for Kids!
Listed in Darby's Page of Kid Stuff! -- "Enchanted Learning is an excellent site for preschoolers to learn to use the web. Your child doesn't have to be able to read to play!"
Included in the Rose Rock Homeschooling Support Group - Links for the Elementary Level -- "I have set up links which are geared mostly to middle and upper grades and to teachers.... I would like to have sites for younger kids too, but I don't have the time to research those.... I do have one good site for the little ones at: Enchanted Learning."
Included in ABKH Kid Links
Featured on Leah Michelle's Home Page (as Another Alphabet Site)
Listed at WebCreate.Net
Listed in Prof. Henry Wolkowicz' collection of information for his son Daniel -- "Little Explorers, surf the web using a picture dictionary"
Chosen as Aaron's Dad's Kidsite of the Week for the week of Jan. 26, 1997. -- "For the youngest kids, it's a very simple dictionary: click a letter, and go to a page filled with words beginning with that letter. Then it gets a bit weird, because once you're on the "M" page, for example, you can click the "Mother Goose" picture and explore nursery rhymes, or you can click the "Money" picture and find yourself on a page called "Concepts of Investing". None of the links are bad for kids, but many are more than a bit advanced for kids who are here to play with a very simple dictionary."
Included in Shoso Inoki's page of links
Listed by Yahoo in the category Society and Culture:Children:Links for Kids
Listed as Just for Kids! at Our North Carolina Home Page For Kids!
Listed at the Crafts shop Boutique
Listed in Quick Clue - in the Kids Only section.
Listed at Adoption.com--Adoption Daily News, live adoption chat, AdoptionTalk bulletin boards, photolistings of children awaiting adoption, reunion registry, the Adoptive Parent Registry, Virtual Office Suites of Adoption Professionals, the Adoption Mall, and much more.
- Our new CD-ROM for children, Busy Little Brains, an Apple Computer Pick-of-the-Month for Feb., 1997, is listed at Apple Computer's site under Macintosh software listings
- Featured as a kid safe site at Apple Computer's Hot Cocoa! and also at the Apple Cocoa Parents Place.
- Included in Jean Armour Polly's On the Secret Garden's delights and wonderful things. "The
younger set can click on any letter in the alphabet, and link to
OODLES of activities. This is an interactive picture dictionary
with hours of fun just waiting behind the letters.".
- Listed at Showgee's World, under "Kids". Shoji Akao's site is fascinating, especially the log of his incredible cross-country bicycle trip. We are grateful to him for providing a Japanese translation of Little Explorers and a Japanese translation of the main Busy Little Brains page.
- Listed on the Klutz Press Blast-Off Page
- Included in Jan's Kid Corner at OneKey, in a column entitled Just for Preschoolers -- "LITTLE EXPLORERS by Enchanted Learning Software: Click on any letter in the alphabet. You'll get links to OODLES of activities. This interactive picture dictionary has hours of fun just waiting behind the letters. For 'Z' you'll get outside links to Zebra and Zoo, plus graphics of other objects starting with the letter. Everything is child-safe."
- Included in the tour at WHOW - Web Helpers On Wheels, an Automated Directory.
- Featured in The Password, an internet magazine. Located in the Homeschooling section.
- Included in the Cat's English Corner, English as a second language site.
- Included in the Virtual Reference Site.
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