Summer is here! The kids will spend a lot of time indoors and will be looking for things to do. If the kids are bored and you are out of ideas and tricks to keep them happy, consider allowing some educational screen time. Here’s a list of educational websites for kids that you can allow your children to play on this summer. Find your favorites and bookmark them!
ABCmouse.com – award winning website with educational games for kids 2-8 online with a full online curriculum for preschool through 2nd Grade with 7,000+ learning activities. (My daughter’s favorite!) Special offer: Try a FREE 30 day trial or try 2 months for $5!
GoNoodle – Hundreds of videos that activate kids’ bodies and brains.
Starfall – teaches children to read with phonics
PBS KIDS – includes learning games with your favorite PBS characters
National Geographic Kids – awesome games, funny videos and amazing facts
Dr. Seuss’ Seussville – is the place for children of all ages to play and learn with Dr. Seuss. Find information on Dr. Seuss books plus you’ll find games and activities
Funbrain – created for kids ages preschool through grade 8, offers more than 100 fun, interactive games that develop skills in math, reading, and literacy, plus find popular books and comics
Camp Wonderopolis – built for learners of ALL ages, but it is especially targeted at grades 2 – 8 and is a fun, engaging way to keep kids learning over the summer months. Includes 42 individual scientific lessons that can be explored at your own pace, on your own schedule
Crayola – Our go-to website for themed printable coloring pages as well as craft ideas and lesson plans
ABCya! – a teacher-created website which provides fun and educational games and apps for kids
HighlightsKids – art activities, hidden pictures, games and jokes
Disney Junior – games, videos, craft ideas and coloring pages
Scholastic Kids – for kids about books, reading, authors, games
Sesame Street – games, videos, playlists, muppets, and art
Charlie Church Mouse: Super Pak – my daughter begged me to find Charlie Church Mouse. She said they played it at school often. I finally found it online here, but it looks like you can only request free game demos. I purchased the games here for under $10. Each game contains three fun and entertaining Bible stories.
Do you have any educational websites for kids you’d like to add to the list? Leave a comment below!