Math Playground is a popular learning site filled with math games, logic puzzles and a variety of problem solving activities. A favorite of parents and teachers, Math Playground provides a safe place for children to learn and explore math concepts at their own pace.
Practice your addition facts while helping the penguins get all the ice cream they could want!
Exuberant Games was created based on a passion and belief that kids can most certainly learn while they play. Math facts have to be reviewed in order to be mastered, so why not master your facts with games.
Focus the laser beam on the crystal ball by carefully placing mirrors around the board. But be careful because you only have a few minors on each level! Once the laser beam hits the ball, you complete the level and move to the next.
Press the key shown in red to score a point. Be careful – press the wrong one and you’ll lose a point!
Imagine that your keyboard fell apart and you had to put all the keys back in their correct places! Now is your chance to practice! Your job is to put a keyboard back together.
Beginning, Middle Vowel, and Ending Sounds. Jump up and get the correct letter.
Alpha-Quick is one of our most popular free typing games. How fast can you type the alphabet?
Typing Rocket is an exciting keyboarding game for kids of all ages! Pop the rockets by typing the letters that appear on them.
You have four lives to carefully move your car through the town maze to reach your destination and learn some fun facts about the location. Be careful to remember the correct path! This activity provides good hand-eye coordination as well as mouse manipulation skills.
Join the fiesta by tapping/clicking on the correct spelling of the word and using the slingshot to make the piñata burst open.
Let Me Grow is a entertaining puzzle game. Help get water to the thirsty flowers by removing blocks and opening levees. Be careful not to get the garden gnomes wet! Younger children might need help from adults beyond the first six levels.
Turtle Academy makes it surprisingly easy to start creating amazing shapes using the LOGO language.
A great website for those that love to do jigsaw puzzles. If you sign up, it saves your place.
4th graders are learning how to make a basic HTML website using basic HTML tags.
Play learning games that feature Nick Jr. shows like Paw Patrol, Dora, Bubble Guppies, and more.
We founded Kodable with a simple goal. We wanted to make it easier for people to teach their kids about computer science.
The 3rd and 4th grade students are using Microsoft Publisher to make greeting cards for Valentine’s Day. They can make them for whoever they wish. Nice words and an image(s) are to be included.