Recommended for Teens
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GRANDMA SN’s LIST OF RECOMMENDED SITES FOR TEENS
Is a great site that incorporates clothing and quizzes. Everything from celebrity gossip to what stars are wearing is covered. There is even a specialty section for guys and men’s fashions. The overall tone is sarcastic and youthful.
A great website for almost everybody. It has thousands of titles to choose from, and will actually read the book to you when you are too tired to read it yourself.
Catholic Church: www.catholic.org
The Catholic Church, also known as the Roman Catholic Church, is the largest Christian church, with more than 1.25 billion members worldwide. One of the oldest religious institutions in the world, it has played a prominent role in the history of Western civilisation. Ask your parents to take you to a Catholic church to see if it the right religion for you and your family
Clean reads for teens: www.provolibrary.com
A list of clean books parents would approve of their teenaged children reading
Disney will always be among the top websites for families. Their website includes links to stores, travel information to their amusement parks, information on videos, movies books and a lot more. Their websites and blogs win so many awards they only thing Grandma SN can suggest is for you to pay them a visit.
Driving Rules Network: www.drivingrules.net
Getting ready to drive a car is usually on the minds of teens. Driving Rules Network is a good place to start. It is part of the Online Study Guide for Student Drivers which is an interactive site with practice questions and quizzes (link provided). Driving Rules Network covers driving laws including state by state laws and study guides. Teens can be well prepared when taking the drivers’ test or applying for their learner’s permit by making use of this.
Has a youthful vibe, from the design to the topics that are most important to teens. The site offers info on everything from romance to ways to reduce stress when trying to study. You’ll also find videos and message boards where teen girls can chat about the topics most important to them. Take quizzes, such as what costume you should wear for Halloween or what your flirting style says about you.
Guys Read: www.guysread.com
Encourages teen boys to read by offering book suggestions geared toward things teen boys like. Boys can browse the reading lists, read reviews or learn how to start a group locally. The site also has a Twitter page, which young boys who like to read will enjoy.
Lets you sell books, music. movies and games on line without a listing fee. Great for teens and young adults who would like to earn some side money getting rid of things they no longer use.
Internet Public Library: www.ipl.org/div/teen
The Internet Public Library features educational resources for teens. Find help writing research papers, information about health and sexuality and other general school and homework help through the various resource pages. There are even tips for helping out a procrastinator or tips on how to write a research paper.
Jehovah’s Witnesses: www.jw.org
Jehovah’s Witnesses come from hundreds of ethnic and language backgrounds, yet we are united by common goals. Above all, we want to honor Jehovah, the God of the Bible and the Creator of all things. We do our best to imitate Jesus Christ and are proud to be called Christians. Each of us regularly spends time helping people learn about the Bible and God’s Kingdom. Because we witness, or talk, about Jehovah God and his Kingdom, we are known as Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Offers teens and college kids flash cards for exams and leads to internship and jobs
The Morman Church: www.morman.org
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the official name of the religion commonly called the Mormon Church. It was established April 6, 1830 by Joseph Smith, the first president of the Church. Mormons believe he was called by God to be a prophet in the modern era, like Moses and Abraham in biblical times. From the original six members in 1830, the Church of Jesus Christ has grown to a membership of nearly 14 million on six continents. Learn if this is the church for you. They will even send missionaries to you to help you make that decision.
Mother Daughter Book Club: www.motherdaughterbookclub.com
A great website for mothers and daughters to bod with interesting topics like book club planning, book list reviews, media articles and news letters worth reading and more.
Ninja Essay: www.ninjaessays.com
A great website for teens and college kids where professional writers can help young people to complete essays for as low as $21.
Quint Careers: www.quintcareers.com/teens/
This section of Quintessential Careers is all about teens! You’ll find stuff to help you get a job get a summer job find a career find a college or other educational opportunity apply for financial aid discover a college major(s) and minor(s) and more.
A great website that offers downloadable apps to remind you to exercise. Though it started out for adults, it now offers a sworkit for kids.
Student Rate: Studentrate.com
A website dedicated to a college student’s need to budget his money.
Sweety High: Http://www.sweetyhigh.com
Is an online social game for girls. Within this safe social-networking world, teen girls can upload videos, write and create digital artwork. As they interact with their virtual friends, they can win virtual rewards and share their favorite music. Girls can also earn points and become celebrities within the virtual world. The site regularly hosts contests and online events.
The In Site: www.theinsite.org
Is designed for teens who have an interest in improving the world. Teens can learn about social justice, building a positive self-image and helping the Earth. They can also submit artwork and writing or participate in discussions about making the world a better place.
Teen Ink: www.teenink.com
This is a magazine by teens for teens. They can write stories, share work, and rate the work of others. They can use the free resources online or pay for a subscription to the live magazine. Judging by the activity on the site and the content, these teens are busy and their creative works are incredible!
An electronic copy of the extremely popular time magazine. Great for anyone who just wants to know what’s going on in the world
Tee pop: www.live365.com
Free teen popular music that every teen can enjoy on-line
Vivo Girls Sports: www.linkedin.com/company/vivo-girls-sports-inc.
The Online Community for Girls Who Like Sports. Hot new media property and marketing services company that specializes in engaging teenage and college girls who share a passion for sports and connecting them with the brands who want to reach them. Vivo engages girls across 4 platforms, vivoGS.com, Facebook Fan Page, at live sports events and through mobile communications.
Wee World: www.weeworld.com
Allows young teens to create miniature avatars called WeeMees and interact in the WeeWorld community by chatting and playing games as they visit various locations, including WeeWorld High.
A website that will allow teens or actually anyone to create their own website from templates provided at the site.
Young Men’s Health: youngmenshealthsite.org
Boston Children’s Hospital presents a website designed to provide information about teen health. Teen boys can ask questions or review the question of the week to find information on uncomfortable health issues. They can also browse in-depth health guides in categories ranging from health and fitness to emotional or sexual health.
Undoubtedly the world leader in online videos, YouTube is the place to go for entertainment. There are also a couple of educational videos there as well. If you have no idea what to watch, check out what others are watching or their most viewed videos.
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