Tuesday, 28 October 2014


A man discovered 179 yrs in India, "Death has forgotten me" || My grand children are dead there for yrs. Somehow forgot me death " Mahashta Mûrasi is an Indian who claims to be born in 1835. It is not only the oldest man in the world but also the man who lived the longest since the history of mankind (according to the Guinness World Records ). According to the information transmitted, the man was born in Bangalore on January 6 1835.De 1903, he lived in Varanasi, where he worked until 1957, until his retirement in 122 yrs. My grandchildren have died there a few years, "said Mûrasi." In a way, death has forgotten me. And now I have lost all hope to die! "

10 Best Educational Websites for Kids (that are free!)

10 Best Educational Websites for Kids (that are free!)

1. PBS Kids

Find all your favorite PBS characters, each with learning games for kids to play: Clifford, Curious George, SuperWhy, The Cat in the Hat, and lots more.

2. Wonderopolis 

Discover a new wonder each day. Wonders are amazing facts and intriguing questions such as: Why are they called Lava Lamps? What Badger has a sweet tooth?

3. National Geographic Little Kids 

National Geographic Little Kids features games, crafts and recipes, science, videos, and animal information. It's perfect for the 5 and under crowd.

4. National Geographic Kids 

Games, videos, information, cool photos, and more will keep your kids engaged and learning on this educational site.

5. Fun Brain

Math and reading video-like games like math baseball and Mad Libs Junior. 

6. Whyville

Tweens hang out in Whyville to play learning games and socialize.

7. Pottermore 

J.K. Rowling created this site so kids could read the books and do interactive features and games. My kids LOVE it and can't wait for all the books to be on the site.  

8. Spatulatta

Get into cooking on this kid-friendly cooking website with lots of videos and recipes.

9. NGA Kids

This website gives users art adventures and activities from the National Gallery of Art.

10. Yahoo Kids

This is the least educational of all the choices since the site includes both games and videos of all sorts. But, kids can find lots to learn on this interactive website like homework help, learning about science, and access to an encyclopedia.
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BrainPop and BrainPopJr

BrainPop and BrainPopJr are my favorite knowledge building websites. Access costs $7.99 a month. The websites offer free preview videos, so you can determine whether your kids like the videos or not. These educational videos are high quality cartoons that cover just about every concept your kids would need to learn. They are great vocabulary builders and knowledge builders, and they are a lot of fun. They are videos most children would want to watch.
Visit http://www.brainpop.com and http://www.brainpopjr.com for more information.
Early Knowledge for Kids is a free online general knowledge magazine that teaches science and social studies
Early Knowledge for Kids is a free online general knowledge magazine that teaches science and social studies

Early Knowledge for Kids

Early Knowledge for Kids provides downloadable general knowledge content for tablets like the iPad and eReaders. All content is in PDF format, so it can be downloaded to any computer or printed. The website provides a monthly magazine for elementary age children that teaches concepts in science and social studies. There are also educational stories that teach nonfiction concepts. A free eBook called Countries of the World for Kids is also available.
There is a free preschool and kindergarten curriculum available at http://preschool.earlyknowledgeforkids.org.
Visit http://www.earlyknowledgeforkids.org for more information.


This website offers a free Elementary Life Science eBook with a parent guide. The rest of the books cost $50 each. The books were written by a high school science teacher.
Visit http://eequalsmcq.com/ for more information.
Science With Me is a science website for preschool and elementary age kids
Science With Me is a science website for preschool and elementary age kids

Science With Me

Science With Me is a fun way to introduce science to young children and increase general science knowledge. The website sells fun science bundles complete with videos, books, coloring books and science songs. The bundles cover: Sore Eye, Five Senses, Esther the Earthworm, The Heart, Lord Glucose (The Respiratory System), Sound, Stanley the Skeleton, Steam Engines, Honey Bees, Skin and Joints. They are appropriate for preschool and elementary age children. The website also provides a lot of free content.
Visit http://sciencewithme.com for more information.

Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids is a free website provided by a classical music radio station in Cincinnati. The website provides information on a large number of classical composers. There are also quizzes. The best part of the website is the large number of free podcasts that talk about the lives and works of composers. The podcasts are a lot of fun for kids to listen to.
Visit http://www.classicsforkids.com for more information.


Watchknow.org is a free website that organizes a huge number of educational videos. Videos are listed under multiple categories and subcategories. The best feature is an age filter that lets you limit searches to a specific age range. To quote directly from the website:
Imagine hundreds of thousands of great short videos, and other media, explaining every topic taught to school kids. Imagine them rated and sorted into a giant Directory, making them simple to find.