Children’s websites are often overlooked, however, their benefits are unlimited. They help to provide a colorful, fun and intuitive approach to basic educational values while building up their natural ability to adapt to learning from a young age. Here are some of the top 10 websites we believe are the best for children at a small age.
PEEP and the Big Wide World is a fun website built on the innovative idea of teaching science to preschoolers. It is suitable for kids between the ages of 3 to 5. There is plenty to do on the website, for example, games, videos, activities for kids and parents to do offline. The colorful graphics and illustrations also make the website more attractive to kids and keep them engaged while they learn more and more every day.
This site is built as an extension from the University of Illinois It is built particularly for 4th and 5th graders to help introduce them to plant sciences and help them develop a basic understanding of how food grows. There are various activities to help the kids improve their math, science, social studies, and art skills. Parents are encouraged to help their children in such activities such as helping them grow their very own plants to observe the practical example of what they study to help make learning more fun.
FunBrain is an educational game website built for school kids, specifically from kindergarten to the 8th grade. It has a number of subjects it covers through its engaging gaming styles such as math, grammar, science, spelling, and history. It even has a books and comics section and it was on this site that Diary of a Wimpy Kid was first published before it became a famous book series and movie franchise.
4: Hackety Hack!
This website is built for teen aging 13 and above. This site is helping to engage kids in learning to programme, at least the basic approach to it. Kids can get information on programming languages and test out what they learned by experimenting. It mainly focuses on coding Ruby which is widely used for creating websites and provides tutorials to help children learn easily.
This is a website that perfect for school-aged children. It provides educational games and activities in language, arts math and much more. The games are also organized into grade levels and into subject categories. There is no need of providing any personal information or any downloads which makes it easier to use.
This site was built and is controlled by NSA (National Security Agency). It helps kids to learn about cyphers and helps them in code making. It has various games that feature math and logic and memory skills while keeping it fun and colorful. There is no need for any email to access this site.
Chillola.com is a website helping to bring children and the world together and helping them learn different languages such as English, Spanish, French, and German. It a fun approach to social interaction and encourages language learning. Kids interact by sharing their arts, poems and more. Also, this website is entirely free.
This website is generally built on a typing game to help kids learn touch typing. Kids learn by looking at the cartoonish illustrations on the screen while they learn to type. This site is built by BBC to help learning kids. Other related sites are also available that teach language, arts, history, and math while the games are available in different languages such as Mandarin, French, and Spanish.
9: CIA For Kids
CIA for Kids is suitable for kids aged from K-12. This is basically the kid’s page of CIA. There are games, puzzles, coloring pages and much more for the kids to enjoy. The colored pages can also be printed for kids. The games help develop skills such as solving puzzles, word finding, photo analysis etc. Kids can also learn more about the CIA.
10: Kids Web Japan
This website is perfect for kids interested in different cultures, especially the beautiful Japanese culture. It has games, virtual culture, activities to help kids, news sections on Japanese culture, fun and new trends etc. There are animated cards kids can enjoy and send to their loved ones. Children interested in manga may also enjoy this site.