The following websites have interactive learning games and content that are recommended for elementary age children:
Funbrain’s MadLibs Jr: A great way to practice parts of speech playing the classic game on the computer.
Seussville: Dr. Seuss themed math and reading games for preschool to third grade
Smithsonian National Zoo’s Solve a Jigsaw Puzzle: Practice visual skills by solving puzzles of the Zoo’s animals like the lion, panda, prairie dogs, beaver, brown bear, tree snake, flamingo, and so many more!
Time for Kids: Just like the Time Magazine that comes to your mailbox, this is he online accompaniment to the classroom news magazine designed just for kids.
Weekly Reader Kids: The online accompaniment to the classroom news magazine ()
WordGirl Games: Solve rhyming riddles, play synonym grab, and play word games with PBS’ WordGirl.
Please e-mail me at techsavvymama (at) gmail (dot) com if you have other great websites for elementary age children you would like me to add to the list.
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