• Starfall

    Starfall read with phonics website

    Pre-K–2nd Grade

    This website provides free interactive materials and games that help kids practice reading and build their phonemic awareness.


    PBS Parents: Online Games

    PBS online games website

    K–3rd Grade

    The Online Games section of the PBS website offers not only games but also printable activities such as coloring pages. These resources attract and engage young students because they feature popular PBS characters.



    ABCya educational games website

    K–5th Grade

    ABCya focuses heavily on building math, reading, and writing skills, but it also covers some additional topics as well as holiday themes. All of the games and apps were approved by certified teachers.


    Game Classroom

    Game classroom website

    K–6th Grade

    Game Classroom has compiled games, lessons, videos, and worksheets from a variety of reputable sites. The site also offers helpful articles and newsletters to keep parents informed.



    Funbrain educational website

    K–8th Grade

    Focused on improving math and reading skills, Funbrain features books and comics as well as arcades filled with interactive games.


    Light Up Your Brain

    Light Up Your Brain educational website

    K–8th Grade

    The brainteaser games and audio stories featured on Light Up Your Brain help students hone their problem-solving, reading, color-matching, math, and fine motor skills. For example, your child can test his or her understanding of physics in “Successful Experiment” by using different-sized balls to move an object to a designated spot.



    Prongo educational website

    K–8th Grade

    Prongo offers free games, e-cards, jokes, downloads, brainteasers, and links for most major academic subjects. You can also create interactive quizzes for your student using the Quiz Station.


    Fact Monster™

    Fact Monster free reference website

    K–8th Grade

    This site combines reference materials, facts, and trivia quizzes for kids on all subjects. Parents, educators, and kids can get homework help and access almanacs, an encyclopedia, a dictionary, and an atlas.



    Multiplication activities website

    2nd–6th Grade

    Multiplication.com helps students review multiplication tables as well as addition and subtraction facts. It has interactive games, classroom games, and worksheets that can be downloaded.


    Scholastic’s The Stacks: Games

    Scholastics Stacks Games website

    2nd–7th Grade

    Scholastic’s game page offers puzzles, games, and quizzes, but the first things you should check out are the writing games. These prompts are based on characters and themes from Scholastic books and encourage students to practice their creative writing skills.

    Does your student enjoy any other educational websites? Let us know in the comments below.

Last Modified on December 14, 2017