General access to the Internet and the facility of obtaining spatial data contribute to the existence of geoportals. The diversity of such portals relate not only to their administrative range (national, regional, communal) but also to a wide range of themes (for instance for mushroom pickers, globetrotters...). It allows the usage of geoportals by a larger and diverse group of society. Despite such diversity it can be observed that these portals are directed at adult society and young people who already have a certain amount of geographical knowledge. Considering that from an early age children have contact with the Internet, a good practice for them would be a geoinformational portal created for children. Such early learning would lead to the creation of children's "geo-intellect" by developing their visual and spatial intelligence. Exploring the world, including in a virtual form, it is a way of shaping the imagination of children. It is a type of learning through play, and therefore children can assimilate "geo-knowledge" in an imperceptible way. In this article the author, with the help of his 8-year-old daughter and her peers wants to present the concepts of geoportal for children, which would include the most important objects for little recipients. By using the colour pictograms the portal shows the places where children can play (playgrounds, sports fields), eat a "little something" (ice cream parlour), or take the family to "attractive points" (parks, cinemas, railway station). To achieve better spatial identification the children's geoinformational portal also shows characteristic buildings (town hall, churches) as well as natural objects (rivers, lakes).The Geoportal for the youngest generation is a way for shaping good habits in surfing the Internet, but also it can be a counterweight to social networks being in common use.