Kid's Life

Kid's Life

Bullying and nutrition, with lots inbetween.

Websites

  • Kidsmart

    http://www.kidsmart.org.uk/

    This British site helps you be smart online with guides to file sharing, chat, social networking, digital footprints, mobile phones and safe searching.

  • CDN Bullying.org

    http://www.bullying.org

    Information on bullying, support networks, games and opportunities to share your personal stories.

  • Bullying - ChildLine

    https://www.childline.org.uk/info-advice/bullying-abuse-safety/

    Information on bullying and what you can do to get help.Since this is a British site, the phone numbers won't work but the information is still good.

  • CDN Healthy Teeth

    http://www.healthyteeth.org/

    What is that dentist doing inside your mouth?

  • CDN Hospital for Sick Children - Just for Kids

    http://www.aboutkidshealth.ca/justforkids/

    The kids' site of the Hospital for Sick Children. A fun way to learn about science and things like getting your tonsils out.

  • CDN Just for You - Health Canada

    http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/hl-vs/jfy-spv/children-enfants_e.html

    Fun and helpful information on staying safe and healthy. Cool games and recipes and much more.

  • KidsHealth for Kids

    http://kidshealth.org/kid/

    Learn about how your body works, growing up, feelings, eating and staying healthy. There are online games, activities and recipes to try.

  • CDN Kids Help Phone Website

    http://www.kidshelpphone.ca/

    Get information and help on common concerns and problems. Write about feelings or issues that you have and read what other kids have written.

  • Kids Safety Zone

    http://www.torontopolice.on.ca/safetyzone/kids.php

    Toronto Police Service has created online printable storybooks and colouring sheets about police officers, emergencies, staying safe, bullying, court services and preventing dog bites.

  • CDN Toronto Parks & Recreation

    http://www.toronto.ca/parks/

    From camps and dance to snowboarding and tennis, there are more than 54,000 programs through Parks and Rec. Not to mention, 1,500 parks.

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