Hey Kids, some cool websites just for you!
A source of fun, learning and a safe place to visit!

Kids will love the many games in the language arts, math, and more. Parents will love the fact that there are no downloads, plus the fact that no personal information is required for game play. The games also sharpen a child’s computer skills with typing games.

A great interactive game that kids will love, GoNoodle makes movement and mindfulness an intergral part of the day, at school and at home. Move with Purpose. Boost Productivity . Improve Behavior. Build Community.

Switch Zoo has plenty of games to keep kids occupied. Parents will appreciate the fact that kids are learning as they play. Kids will delight in making their own animal, building the right habitats, and a great deal more. There are also educational resources that parents may want to tap into to help their child learn even more.

The Mr. Nussbaum site covers a lot of territory. The site has games for preschoolers and all the way up to grade eight. There are plenty of games, along with educational tabs that cover history, math, science, and much more. The goal of the site is to enhance children’s learning from the classroom into an interactive experience on the web.

Meet amazing Americans, explore the states and even pick a date (like your birthday) and jump back in time.

A healthsite aimed towards kids instead of parents. Great resource for science research.

The site has been online since 2002 and works with your children through letter recognition all the way through to reading plays, nonfiction and comics.  

NASA’s award-winning Space Place engages upper-elementary-aged children in space and Earth science through interactive games and hands-on activities.

Sesame Street. Backyard Bug Hunt ; Molly of Denali. Wood Carving Arts ; Work It Out Wombats! Story Emporium ; Pinkalicious and Peterrific. Colorrific Art Show.

Fans of Mickey and friends will love visiting Disney Jr. Educational. Games, coloring pages and videos are a few of the highlights. The games focus on memory, hand-eye coordination, color matching and other important skills for developing minds.

It’s learning with a twist. The Old Farmer’s Almanac for Kids features riddles, puzzles, a question of the day, a timeline of interesting history facts, sky events and weather conditions to track at home with your children.

Fun for girls! Play games, take quizzes, send e-cards, meet American Girl characters, make crafts, create printables, enjoy magazine features, read book excerpts, and much more!

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