Want to play games? Like to be creative? Want to make learning fun? There are bajillions of websites out there for kids just like you!
But how do you find the good ones? There are so many choices! Getting to the good stuff is hard, so we’ve put together this page with links to some of our favorite sites. Check out the links below. If you know of a good website for kids, be sure to let us know so we can add it to the list!
ABCmouse is a high-quality online educational resource for young children, ages 2-7+. Featuring 5,000 online learning activities, including books, interactive learning activities, games, puzzles, songs, art activities and more ABCmouse is completely child-safe, with no advertising or links to other websites. Children can access the website in the Children’s Computer Lab or from their laptop computers while using the library’s Wi-Fi.
From the discovery channel. It’s all the best in kids stuff. Watch clips from your favorite shows and play exciting games.
View online exhibits.
Learn about math, about science, and even learn how to code!
The wheels on this bus go everywhere! Players choose different field trips to join, then climb aboard the Magic School Bus with Ms.Frizzle to explore the human body, space, the deep sea, the rain forest, or one of many other scientific adventures.
In online games linked to real mission information, players can explore space from the comfort of their own home. Additionally, for Angry Birds fans, the latest collaboration between NASA and Rovio Entertainment brings an educational element to the popular game: “After a couple of years and hundreds of millions of downloads, the space-based struggle between birds and pigs moves beyond the International Space Station and Mars, and deeper into the final frontier. The latest update from Rovio Entertainment sends Angry Birds Space into NASA’s next target for future human exploration & asteroids!”
A great site with fun games, awesome activities, and videos from around the world.
Games and activities from your favorite PBS programs, including Arthur and Sesame Street.
Play games and participate in activities that help you learn how to read with phonics. This website is perfect for preschool, kindergarten, first grade, second grade, special education, homeschool, and English language development (ELD, ELL, ESL).