Children these days have the unique opportunity to use the Web for a huge variety of purposes. Find out how to introduce your children to the Web with my picks for some of the best children's books out there that can help you child understand more about the Web and what they can use it for.
"Crayons and Computers" lets your budding artist use the computer to create all sorts of fun art. This is a good resource for helping kids discover a few great art sites, as well as learning how to manipulate the mouse and cursor.
If you're looking for a book that will make your kids truly excited about what they can do on the Web, than I would highly recommend this one. You can design your own roller coaster, relive a day in the life of a Civil War soldier, write a letter in a language you don’t even speak, and lots more.
This is a great book not only for kids but for anyone who has felt a little overwhelmed on where to go on the Web in order to find what they are looking for. Learn about everything from crafting a well-worded search query to which search engine might be best for you to use.
We all know that the Web is full of wonderful things, but it's also got quite a few sites that are definitely not okay for kids. This little book will help you search the more user-friendly side of the Web.
If you've got yourself a budding artist at home, then you'll want to check out this book: tons of crafty freebies that are great for creative adults as well.