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Top 20 Educational Web Sites For Kids 3 ~ 15

  • PBS KIDS
    • One of the populate kid web site in US.
    • PBS KIDS leverages the full spectrum of media and technology to build knowledge, critical thinking, imagination and curiosity.
  • BBC - CBeebies
    • A lot of FLASH apps.
    • Including games, songs, storytelling, colouring, video, etc.
  • Nick Jr.
    • From Nickelodeon.
    • Lots of games, videos, etc.
    • Dora is here!
  • Preschool Library (preschool level)
    • Lots of interactive Flash stories for preschool kids.
  • Kiz Club
    • Great resource for story card, craft activity ideas, etc.
  • KinderSay (preschool level)
    • Free online video to help kids learning English.
    • Practice over 500+ words.
  • LearnEnglish Kids
    • By British Council.
    • Lots of free online games, songs, stories and activities for children to have fun and learn English too.
  • Visual Dictionary Online
    • Great visual dictionary.
    • Explore the 15 major themes to access more than 6,000 images and see words like never before.
  • TLSWorksheets (preschool to Grade 6)
    • A variety of free printableworksheets to use at home or in the classroom.
    • Good for Tiger-Mum.
  • Mighty Book
    • Lots of audio stories with Flash animation.
    • subscription may be required.
  • Starfall
    • Teach children to read with phonics.
    • Starfall's systematic phonics approach, in conjunction with phonemic awareness practice, is perfect for preschool, kindergarten and grade 1~2.
  • Chateau Meddybemps
    • Tons of reading, game, activities, which interacted with one another.
    • The approach helps kids building self-confidence, develops new abilities and enjoys learning.
  • FunBrain
    • Lots of free educational games, online books, and comics.
    • Suitable for kids ages preschool through grade 8
    • There are more than 100 fun, interactive games that develop skills in math, reading, and literacy.
    • Include a variety of popular books and comics, including Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Amelia Writes Again, and Brewster Rocket.
  • Poetry for Kids
    • Lots of funny poems and poetry books.
    • Also has classic children's poetry, rhyming dictionary, etc.
  • Education Place
    • Pre-K–6 resources for teachers, students, and families to support instruction in the classroom and at home.

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  1. I went to thank you for such an informative selection of sites for my son, he was very interested to learn about many of them.

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