Wednesday, February 23, 2005

Free Solitaire 2003 for Children

Free Spider solitaire

123 Free Solitaire for Children 2003 features a winning layout, fast game play, rich sounds, extensive options, and quality help.
Each game has more than nine trillion (9,999,999,999,999) possible games to play, so the game remains fresh no matter how many times you play. Play 123 Free Solitaire for Children 2003 NOW and bring the excitement of card gaming right to your personal computer!

123 Free Solitaire for Children 2003 includes these great free games:

* Doublets
* Grandfather's Clock
* Klondike
* Pyramid (Easy Couple)
* Twenty

Tuesday, February 15, 2005


Poetry, when I was growing up, was a bother. It was tough enough learning to read, but having to read something that rhymed? What a pain. But as I grew older, I learned to appreciate that sort of literature, mostly thanks to a guy named Shakespeare. Today's Family First Site is for kids that haven't discovered the rthym in rhyming yet, but would like to. It's not as bad as it seems.

It is called Poetry4Kids, and is a pleasant collection of poems on a variety of subjects. Created by Kenn Nesbitt, there are funny poems, a rhyming dictionary, poetry games, and even lessons about how you can write your own poems. The author has used internet technology to stream MP3 audio recordings of his own poems. There are links to other kids-related poem sites, and a monthly poetry writing contest. There is a forum section, so you can share information and ideas with other authors or would-be authors.

This is a cute site, with a lot of potential for entertainment value. Take a trip here, and enjoy the poems. Remember, William Shakespeare had to get his start somewhere

Thursday, February 10, 2005

Big Fish Games (ONLINE)

A collection of the internet's best online puzzle, card and word games, all free to play.GREAT SITE

NO NEED TO DOWNLOAD ANYTHING TO DADS COMPUTER. Play in the knowledge that you will NOT upset the "OLDS"

Wednesday, February 09, 2005


Your favorite TV channel is now on the Web

Saturday, February 05, 2005

Howdy Doody Time

The sophistication of children's shows today is mind-boggling. The topics and subject matter are way beyond what the adults of today dealt with in their youth, topics that were best left to their parents. Today's Family First Site looks at a site that celebrates one of the best (and earliest) kids' television shows. It is one that makes you wish for the days of yesteryear.

The site is called The Howdy Doody Show, and is about wooden puppet named Howdy. There are his friends Buffalo Bob, Princess Summerfall Winterspring, Dilly Dally, and the list goes on. Here you can learn about all aspects of the show, such as the characters, the cast members, a brief history of the show, pictures of the Peanut Gallery, and how you can help Howdy run for President. There is an online store for souvenirs, and a chance to join the new Peanut Gallery fan club.

All told, this site is a great look back into a simpler time, when kids could be kids, and the world really was a kinder, gentler place. In Doodyville, it still is

Thursday, February 03, 2005