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All sites submitted to this category must be designed for use by and of interest to kids and teens and provide information to help them improve a range of English skills.

Only general information sites will be listed in this category. Sites that provide help with a specific aspect of English should be suggested to the appropriate subcategory.

Sites designed for parents or teachers, or to sell products or services, will not be listed here.

All sites listed in this category provide educational tips, guides, and activities to help students improve a variety of English skills.

Topics includes grammar, writing, reading, speaking, English as a second language, style, and vocabulary. Within these topics, are sites containing information about adjectives, pronouns, poetry, myths and folklore, handwriting, spelling, plagarism, and punctuation.

All sites submitted to this category should be geared toward children and/or teenagers, and should provide educational activities to help kids learn languages other than English.

Sites written primarily in languages other than English should be submitted to the appropriate branch of Kids and Teens International. They will not be listed here.

Sites for commercial language schools and sites that sell merchandise WILL NOT be listed here.

No site is guaranteed placement in the Open Directory. Any site still under construction, submitted to multiple inappropriate categories, using multiple URLs for multiple submissions, or consisting primarily of affiliate links to products will be deleted.

This category is for sites that help English-speaking children and teens learn languages other than English. It is not for sites aimed at foreign language teachers or native speakers of non-English languages.
Sites submitted to this category should be for teens, not for parents.
Describes information on higher education as a viable career path for children.
Sites listed here will offer general assistance with homework. Sites about specific subjects belong under the appropriate subcategory of Kids_and_Teens/School_Time .
This category lists pages and sites created specifically to assist children and teenagers with homework. This category does not list sites for fee-based services. This includes tutors, exam preparation, and proofreading services.
Includes webpages that offer information of interest to young people, who are being taught at home.

Sites offering instruction for kids and teens in another language besides English should be submitted to the best suited subcategory in Kids_and_Teens/International.

Commercial sites will not be included here. This page is strictly for home schooling sites AIMED AT CHILDREN. For sites aimed at parents or teachers, please submit your site to: Home Schooling

Free information sites for children and teenagers, who are being educated at home. These webpages may include online activities to participate in learning projects with other home schoolers, a place to share artwork or essays, or information about getting ready for college.
Only FREE online learning games that children can play without adult assistance should be submitted. Games that require a subscription to play should be submitted to: http://www.dmoz.org/Shopping/Toys_and_Games/Educational/ Only learning game sites that cover multiple subjects should be submitted here. If a site only covers a specific subject (i.e. math, space, reading, etc.) it should be submitted under the appropriate school time category. http://www.dmoz.org/Kids_and_Teens/School_Time/
Free educational games, quizzes and online activities for students in grades K-12.
Sites listed here will be aimed at young people under the age of 18, and will not be primarily for teachers or parents.

Please make sure that your submission complies with the general Kids and Teens guidelines, or it will not be listed here.

Math (or mathematics) is the study of numbers, or variables representing numbers, and the way they can be used to solve everyday problems, and learn about the world around us.
Some applications of math are in the areas of money, physics, computer programming, fractal music and geometric art.

All sites submitted to this category should be geared toward internet users between the ages of 3-18 and should provide free online reference tools that offer educational information.

Do not submit commercial sites designed primarily to sell reference books and/or other merchandise. They will be deleted.

Webpages that are geared towards teachers and parents should be listed elsewhere in the directory.

If the reference site is not for general educational purposes, please find the best fit category in Kids and Teens or elsewhere in the directory.

This category should provide free educational reference resources for kids and teens from ages 3 to 18. A reference would offer information in a quick and compact writing style. This is the opposite of an online book or detailed essay. Some examples of learning resources include online libraries, dictionaries, encyclopedias, how-to webpages, and directories of public libraries.
All sites suggested to this category must be designed for use by kids / teens and provide information on or about a variety of science topics. For example, one science page may discuss physics, astronomy, and technology.

For sites that cover a specialized area, please suggest to the closest subcategory that fits the topic.

Pages that are primarily about Mathematics are listed in the Math category and appropriate subcategories,

Suggest sites about science television shows to the Entertainment/Television/Educational/Science category.

Information for kids and teens about Health should be suggested to Health or an appropriate subcategory.

Websites designed for parents or teachers, or to sell products or services, will not be accepted.

English-only sites. Sites in other languages should be suggested to the appropriate category in /International.

Sites and resources for children and teens under the age of 18 dealing with general scientific topics.

Science can be defined as a process of recording data from controlled experiments, summarizing the results and then attempting to develop a rational theory to describe these results. Not all experiments lead to a successful theory, but yield results that cannot be summed up in a useful way.

Science fields include biology, chemistry, physics, astronomy, earth sciences, environmental studies, and technology.

Math is closely related to science and is a necessary component of most sciences. Most branches of math do not conduct experiments, so that is why it is listed in a separate section.

The applications of successful scientific theories and applications can be astonishing. Without science, there would be no detailed environmental knowledge, electricity, space travel, air conditioning, cars, or washing machines.

There are also, some negative affects from science, such as the development of nuclear weapons and non-biodegradable plastics.

We, as a society, have choices to make on how to use these scientific developments.

Submit only sites appropriate for children and teenagers.

Do not submit sites that are primarily selling products or services.

Sites geared toward social studies teachers will not be listed here.

No site is guaranteed placement in the Open Directory. Any site still under construction, submitted to multiple inappropriate categories, using multiple URLs for multiple submissions, or consisting primarily of affiliate links to products will be deleted.

This category lists sites that deal with the way people work and live in communities. Sites geared toward social studies teachers will not be listed here.
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