Just in case you missed the recent press release from ALSC’s Great Websites for Kids Committee, we have chosen thirteen new sites to add to the Great Websites for Kids site.
The newly added sites are:
- ALMA Kids – http://kids.alma.cl/
- Art for Kids – http://artforkidshub.com/
- CERNland – http://www.cernland.net/index.html?l=es
- Get the Math – http://www.thirteen.org/get-the-math/
- The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History – https://www.gilderlehrman.org/
- Knowledge Kids – http://www.knowledgekids.ca/games
- Matemáticas Visuales – http://www.fundacioncnse.org/educa/matematicas/
- Math TV – http://www.mathtv.com/
- Mineralogy4Kids – Mineralogy4Kids.org
- NYPL Digital Collections – http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/
- SmartHistory – http://smarthistory.org
- TEDEd Lessons Worth Sharing – http://ed.ted.com
- We All Live in the Forbidden City – http://www.walfc.org/about-us/
I hope you’ll check them out! Three of them are Spanish language sites. My personal favorite is SmartHistory. In other news, in keeping with our role as media mentors, the Great Website Committee is pleased that ALSC has decided to expand the scope of our focus to include apps. Details are still being worked out, however, you can be sure that we are continuously moving forward!
As always, please contact the committee is you have suggestions for a great website! You can suggest a link here: [http://gws.ala.org/suggest-site]
Members of the 2016 Great Websites for Kids Committee are: Lisa Taylor, co-chair, Jacksonville (FL) Public Library; Alia Shields, co-chair, Cherry Hill (New Jersey) Public Library; Emily E. Bacon, Yorktown (Indiana) Public Library; Ariel Cummins, New Braunfels (Texas) Public Library; Jill Eisele, Bellwood (Illinois) Public Library; Renee Grassi, Glen Ellyn (Illinois) Public Library; Diane E. Janoff, Queens Library-Poppenhusen, New York; Sujei Lugo, Boston Public Library (REFORMA representative); Beth A. Munk, Kendallville (Indiana) Public Library; and Elizabeth Saxton, Tiffin, Ohio.