Submit only sites appropriate for children or teens.This category lists sites that discuss basic cooking techniques and/or provide recipes.
Do not submit sites that are designed primarily to sell books and/or other merchandise or sites that require a fee to access. Sites that offer cooking classes should be submitted to their locations in Regional categories. They will not be listed in Kids and Teens and are subject to deletion.
Do NOT submit sites that SELL craft kits or supplies. No shopping sites are allowed in the Kids and Teens directory. Sites that offer classes should be submitted to their locations in Regional categories.All sites in Arts and Crafts relate to arts and crafts for kids.
Submit only sites appropriate for children and teenagers, that are of an educational nature and that relate to this category.This category contains sites that help children to learn and improve their drawing and coloring skill.
Submit only sites appropriate for children and teenagers.This category lists pages and sites that cover the basics of gardening.
Do not submit sites that are designed primarily to sell books or products.
Submit sites with or about jokes, gags, pranks, funny stories or anything intended to make you laugh.Jokes, gags, pranks, funny stories, or anything intended to make you laugh.
Submit only non-commercial sites appropriate for children or teenagers. Sites designed primarily to sell products and/or merchandise will not be listed.Letterboxing is a outdoor recreational activity which combines collecting, puzzle-solving, and treasure hunting. Briefly, letterboxing enthusiasts hide and hunt weatherproof containers in remote or scenic places. Each container holds a guestbook, a rubber stamp and stamp pad. The planter of the letterbox distributes clues to its location; solution of these clues may require a combination of skills such as mapreading, orienteering, and puzzle-solving. Letterboxers carry their own stamp book and personal stamp when hunting for hidden boxes. Upon finding a letterbox, they will impress their own book using the found stamp, and leave their own stamping or personalization in the letterbox guestbook. Letterboxing has its roots in Dartmoor, England, in 1854.
Sites selling magic kits, supplies and resources will not be listed in this category.This category is for sites providing instruction, tips and explanations of sleight-of-hand, illusion, tricks, and other performances commonly styled as magic. Sites should be appropriate to the interests and skills of kids and teenagers.
Online magic tricks and illusions that do not provide performance instructions or explanations will also not be listed in this category.
This category is for sites related to amateur (ham) radio and shortwave listening that are of interest to youth. Those sites with a focus that would appeal mostly to an older, or well experienced radio hobbyist should go in the regular directory category under Recreation/Radio.This category is for sites related to amateur (ham) radio and shortwave listening that are of interest to youth. This includes sites on projects, young hobbyist groups, shortwave listening, young operators events and other sites of similar and related interest.
All sites suggested to this category must be designed for use by and of interest to kids and teens. If a site deals with only one sport, submit it to the most appropriate sub category.This category lists sites that kids ages 3-18 can use to learn about various sports.
Sites designed for parents, teachers, or coaches, or to sell sports products, services, or instruction will not be accepted.
Please do not submit sites about Fitness to this category. These should be suggested to /Health/Fitness
Submit websites about supervised residential summer camps that offer structured activities suited for children and teenagers.Traditional summer camps are residential boarding facilities offering structured programs geared towards individual enrichment and having fun in an outdoor setting. Camps include a primary lodge and cabins for young campers. They offer a variety of outdoor and indoor activities which may include swimming, arts, crafts, archery, sports, boating, horseback riding, and games. Site information may have content of interest to children, teens, and their parents. If your website has a version for campers and a version for parents, please submit the page intended for campers. Local summer school classes and programs that are travel or sightseeing tours are not considered camps for these categories.
Sites must be appropriate for children and provide some type of information about toys. Commercial sites should not be submitted here.All sites listed in this category and its subcats are appropriate for children.
Sites for adults about collecting toys and sites selling toys as their main focus WILL NOT be added in this category or its subcategories.
Sites listed in this category and its subcats provide information about children's toys. They may offer facts about toys, directions for making toys, photographs, stories, fan pages, discussion boards, and so forth.
Submit only non-commercial sites appropriate for children or teenagers. Sites designed primarily to sell products and/or merchandise will not be listed.This category is for sites that talk about collecting and trading, but does not list sites for buying and selling.