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  About Kids on the Net

Kids on the Net was one of the first websites on the internet to invite children to submit their writing. Now there are thousands of Kids on the Net writers - have a read!

We want children all over the world to send us your writing - poems, stories, articles and reports, opinions, writing about yourselves - whether you write it at school, at home, in a library or club, or anywhere else.

Also, we invite you to join in our writing projects that are special to the Web:

  • Create a monster to add to the thousands who have already stayed at the Monster Motel

  • Explore the Kids' Castle - based on Nottingham Castle as it was in 1480

  • Imagine what life was like as a Victorian child in prison and help us tell kids about Net Safety

  • Send us spells and spooky stories and poems for our Spellbook

  • We'll help you use the Internet for new kinds of writing that are exciting and fun both to create and read - instant stories, stories with choices for the reader, moving poems, and more

  • We question children's authors and illustrators to give you the best possible advice on how to write

We aim to make Kids on the Net a safe and supportive place to enjoy reading and writing on the Internet.

http://www.kidsonthenet.com       http://kidsonthenet.com

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Kids on the Net Editor: Helen Whitehead

Helen Whitehead is a writer of stories and an editor of schoolbooks and websites. She has been Editor of Kids on the Net for ten years and enjoys going into schools and libraries and showing children how exciting writing for the Internet can be. She loves to read all the writing that children send to Kids on the Net every day. Helen has two grown-up children and lives with her husband in Nottingham. She also works in E-Learning at a local University. HelenWhitehead.com Blog

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About Kids on the Net - information for teachers, parents and other grown-ups

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