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Our library of over 40,000 links to the best websites for children
Parents: Children should be supervised online. Please read our online safety guidelines.
Usborne is not responsible for the content of external websites.
Dive in on World Oceans Day!
8 June is World Oceans Day. We've picked some of the best websites about the problems facing the world's oceans and how we can all help.
June 19 is Juneteenth! We've picked some of the best websites where you can find out about the holiday that celebrates the end of slavery in the United States in 1865.
Build your multiplying and dividing skills!
We've picked some of the best websites where you can find video guides about multiplying and dividing and learn your times tables with lots of online games and quizzes.
Join in at Pride!
June is Pride month! We've picked some of the best websites about the history of Pride Month and how people celebrate the LGBTQ+ community with parades.
Join in on World Sea Turtle Day
Swim with sea turtles on 16 June! We've picked some of the best websites where you can discover why sea turtles are endangered and how we can help protect them.
Build your empathy!
We've picked some of the best websites where you can discover what empathy is, learn to recognize people's feelings and explore simple ways to be kind.
How to use books enhanced with Quicklinks
Just enter the title, or the Quicklinks keywords for your book, in the search bar at the top of this page.
This will take you to a page with all the links for your book. The links are regularly reviewed and updated, but please be aware that content can change at any time and Usborne is not responsible for the content of external websites.
Children should be supervised online.
How to be safe and enjoy the internet
Kids – when using Usborne Quicklinks, please follow our three online safety rules:
- Always ask a grown-up's permission before using the internet.
- Never give out personal information, such as your name, address, school or telephone number.
- If a website asks you to type in your name or email address, check with a grown-up first.
The internet links that are provided in this book were second to none, I’ve never seen my daughter so captivated by a single book.
Jacqui Clark explains how to use Quicklinks with Usborne books
At Usborne Quicklinks you’ll find links to websites with videos, quizzes, games and activities, all carefully chosen to support the information in Usborne books.
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Choose a topic to see Quicklinks books and recommended websites
- All New Books with Quicklinks
- Ancient Egypt
- Castles and Knights
- Creative Writing
- Drawing, Painting and Crafts
- Early Learning
- Endangered Animals
- Festivals and Celebrations
- General Knowledge
- Home Learning
- Homework Help
- Human Body
- Learning English
- Mars Day
- Mental Health and Wellbeing
- Nature and Outdoors
- Planet Earth and Environment
- Recommended websites about racism to support Usborne books
- Spring Activities
- Very First Reading
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- William Shakespeare
- World Wars