I am often asked for the "best" products, by school level or kids' age. Love to get everyone's inputs - Marc Prensky

NOTES:
**from Warren Buckleitner -- At Children's Technology Review we're also (obviously) asked this same question a lot, and we try our best to sell the answer, mostly in the form of a monthly publication and our "Top 100" lists. These lists are dynamic -- in other words they continually change based on the latest reviews. So this is a big topic for us, and we invest a lot of time and energy trying to systematically determine the "best" for each category.

PLEASE INITIAL YOUR NOMINATION AS FOLLOWS
[MP] Marc Prensky

PRE SCHOOL
Freddi Fish series [MP]
Pajama Sam series [MP]

ELEMENTARY READING
Bookworm (Pop Cap) [MP]

ELEMENTARY MATH
Math Cats site [MP]

ELEMENTARY SCIENCE
Nobel.com site [MP]

ELEMENTARY OTHER
Disney's Hot Shot Business (disney.go.com/hotshot/index.html) [MP]
Where in the World is Carmen Santiago [MP]

MIDDLE SCHOOL READING/ENGLISH

MIDDLE SCHOOL MATH
Algebrarcade (HAGames.com) [MP]

MIDDLE SCHOOL SCIENCE
Froguts site [MP]
MeCHeM (HAGames.com) [MP]
EleMental (HAGames.com) [MP]
Waste of Space (HAGames.com) [MP]

MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCIAL STUDIES
Oregon Trail [MP]
Google Earth [MP]

MIDDLE SCHOOL OTHER

HIGH SCHOOL MATH
DimenXian [MP]

HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE
Froguts site [MP]

HIGH SCHOOL SOCIAL STUDIES
Google Earth [MP]
Civilization IV [MP]

HIGH SCHOOL WORLD LANGUAGES
Any game kids play in the language being taught's version [MP]

HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMMING

HIGH SCHOOL OTHER