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Welcome to Whyville!

Welcome to Whyville!
Dear Parent, Whyville is a safe, friendly, and FREE learning site for your child. Founded in 1999 (16 years!), Whyville has won many awards from educational and parenting organizations. Whyville is also one of the most innovative learning sites for kids, with games and activities covering many subjects, from art to marine biology, from civics to programming. Whyville is a place where your child can explore, play and have fun while learning important lessons about the real world.

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