Earthquakes for Kids is part of an extensive set of U.S. Geological Survey resources for students and teachers.
USGS' Earthquake Hazards Program displays real time maps of earthquake epicenters in the U.S. and world wide. You'll also find maps and articles and more.
Did You Feel It allows those in the vicinity of an earthquake to help scientists identify the strength and reach of the quake.
Understanding Earthquakes, from U.C. Santa Barbra, includes first-hand accounts of earthquakes by classic writers, an Earthquake Globe plotting earthquakes for a 5 year period, and animations of each stage in an earthquake. The animation give an earthquake a "happening" flavor and clarify the process probably better than still images would.
The impact of the San Francisco earthquake in 1906 was the first national disaster of its scope recorded through photography.
Compare the 1908 earthquake to images of a "recent" earthquake in the same area.
The Ocean Science Education Institute illustrates the link between two powerful natural forces, earthquakes and tsunamis.