Find kid-oriented Web pages that contain facts about the planet Uranus on MrNussbaum.com, the NASA website and the European Space Agency website. NASA's website contains both basic and advanced content about the planet, accommodating a variety of grade and reading levels.
MrNussbaum.com is a website designed by and for teachers with many kid-oriented articles intended for classroom use. The site is oriented toward students between kindergarten through eighth grade. Its page on Uranus is part of its series on the solar system.
As of 2016, the European Space Agency website contains a Web page about Uranus. The page discusses some interesting facts about the planet and links back to astronomy activities, labs and news that enhance children's understanding of the universe.
NASA's website has a wide range of content about Uranus. Its basic information page is oriented toward children and encourages them to make drawings of the planet, some of which are published on the site.