Funbrain – Play games, make madlibs and read comics- including Diary of a Wimpy Kid and Amelia Writes Again.
Marvel Kids – Check out your favorite super heros, play games and even create your own comic!
Ole Miss Math Challenge – Compete with children from all over the world by answering questions about math and algebra. The University of Mississippi’s School of Education is now the home of the “Problem of the Week” math contest, which was started in 1996 by David Rock and Doug Brumbaugh.
Funschool – Games and activities for grades preschool thru 6th.
Gamequarium – The site that swims with learning fun!
KerPoof – Engage in creative play, interact with their friends in a safe environment and have fun.
Punky Doodles Coloring Club and FunHouse – The adventures of a cat named Punky Doodle highlight this site full of games, stories and puzzles.
PBS Kids – Great for younger children to play games and watch videos of some of your favorite TV characters. Activities and coloring sheets are also included.
Sesame Street – Offers toddlers a place to play games and do art with some of their favorite Sesame Street characters.
Starfall – Good for pre-readers and early readers because of its alphabet games and stories. Includes handouts.
Kneebouncers – Simple games that toddlers can play.
Visual Thesaurus Spelling Bee! – Challenge yourself and compete against others in the Tournament Spelling Bee.
Tumble Bees – Help the bees with their honey supply by spelling as many words as you can before the honeycomb fills up with letters. Each word you make will fill the honey pot with honey. Fill the pot to win the game and score tokens.
Catch the Spelling – Catch the letters to spell the word given on top of the screen.
Geosense – Test your knowledge of world geography alone or against another online player.T
National Geographic GeoSpy – Learn to identify continents, countries, states and providences and earn your GeoSpy status.