Websites For Kids Safe places for kids to learn

Websites For Kids
Safe places for kids to learn

Websites For Kids

Safe places for kids to learn

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Meet Pete the Cat, star of the bestselling Pete the Cat book series by James Dean! Join the groovy fun with Pete the Cat songs, animated videos and downloadable Pete the Cat activities.

Foster your child's curiosity offline through fun hands-on activities, including cooking, crafting, science experiments, creative play, and more. Discover your child's activity across 8 key learning areas, including math, science, and reading, in our parent dashboard. Your subscription unlocks our entire library of premium educational content on all your iOS devices, online and offline. Always safe. Always ad-free.

Educational games and videos from Curious George, Wild Kratts and other PBS KIDS shows!

We teach kids about the world and how it works, empowering them to succeed and to make it a better place. Nat Geo Kids inspires young adventurers to explore the world through award-winning magazines, books, apps, games, toys, videos, events, and a website, and is the only kids brand with a world-class scientific organization at its core. National Geographic Kids magazine (10 issues per year) and Little Kids magazine (six issues per year) are photo-driven publications and are available on newsstands or by subscription in print and on tablets. features hundreds of funand interactive games, each designed toteach a specific educational concept. Your child can play games to learn thealphabet, to learn new words, to learnabout numbers and shapes, and even tolearn about the planets! Since all of thegames on the site include voicedinstructions, they are easy for even youngchildren to learn and play. With more than 450 traditional andoriginal stories and nonfiction books,’s library opens a door toworlds of knowledge, adventure, and funfor children. Every topic of ourcurriculum—whether it is the sound of aletter, counting 1–100, the four seasons inthe year, or regions of the UnitedStates—is explained in child-friendlylanguage in one of our library books.’s music collectionfeatures original songs about every letterof the alphabet and many other topics ofour curriculum, as well as newlyproduced and recorded children’sclassics. The variety of music on our sitenot only reinforces the other subjects butalso introduces children to a range ofmusical styles and themes. Yourchild will love to sing along!

Created for kids in grades Pre-K through 8, has been the leader in free educational games for kids since 1997. Funbrain offers hundreds of games, books, comics, and videos that develop skills in math, reading, problem-solving and literacy.
Educators and parents can trust our site to provide a fun and safe experience both at home and at school. Funbrain does not collect personally identifiable information from kids. For additional information, please see our Privacy Policy.

Since parenting is not a 9-5 job, BabyTV’s service is available for you and your child 24 hours a day.
During the day BabyTV features short programmes interluded by clips of favourite Children’s Songs. The daytime schedule is active, engaging and fun, and geared to promote interaction.
At night, BabyTV broadcasts soft music and gently moving visuals designed to help soothe waking babies and create a calm atmosphere in the home.
The programmes featured on BabyTV are part of our rich and diverse library of dedicated content for babies and toddlers. BabyTV’s library features many original series that have been created by our dedicated team and which address the entire spectrum of early learning skills and development milestones that babies and toddlers encounter in their first years.

Our innovative products combine leading research and technology into curriculum-based, fun learning games. Your child will experience and master a broad variety of skills: recognizing colors and shapes, basic counting and sorting, and peekaboo matching adventures with animals and letters! Agnitus prepares your preschool to 3rd grade child for just-right entry into structured learning environments.
If you could choose just one educational app for your child ~ in all the whole wide world ~ what would the app accomplish? Here it is! Designed by education and technology experts, our Agnitus app uses 'smart' progression-based technology to support your child's learning activities. Agnitus ensures mastery of fundamental preschool and kindergarten skills.
Reading on your touch devices is just like reading a traditional book. But once you get started, you'll see that it's so much more. Agnitus Interactive Books brings children's stories to life by transforming classic tales into interactive, learning experiences. In our first release, children can sing along to beautifully animated Mother Goose classics as they build the confidence and vocabulary needed for independent reading.

Discover Unlimited Reading with FarFaria - Get Free Children’s Books & Read Stories. App on iPhone, iPad and Android devices.A magical world of stories for children ages 2-9. Discover new bedtime stories and build reading skills with new books added every week.

We’re a trusted learning resource supporting core and supplemental subjects, reaching millions of learners worldwide. Expanding our learning tools, and helping kids create, construct, and collaborate as they explore their world.

Spatulatta is a website where kids teach kids to cook. Our main goals are to foster peer-to-peer learning, healthy eating, and teaching children life skills.

This early literacy site, for children ages 4-7, is a tie in for the award winning television program. Appealing characters, terrific songs, and fun games combine to offer great online experiences.

Looking for a quick kids’ craft activity (try saying that five times fast)? Look no further.

Fans of Eric Hill's Spot books will enjoy playing these games and reading the animated versions of some of these books. Shock wave plugin required.

This is the place to come if you want to curl up with a good cyber book or just play a game.

Click on a letter of the alphabet and connect to, not one, but many, many pictures of works with that letter and hot links to Web sites about that word.

Includes activities for kids as well as show related information for kids and parents.

Originating from the United Kingdom and filled with a variety of activities for kids, this site will provide hours of fun. Included are stories, rhymes, games, puzzles, and more. There is also a special section of interactive stories that allow kids to enter their own names to become part of the story.

From the people who bring you the Nickelodeon Channel, this site is created for younger children and has a variety of games, activities and fun.

Games, sounds, and a gallery of cartoons mostly for very young Web surfers with a high speed Web connection. The site also includes links to shopping and travel sites for parents.

Check out math, alphabet, and logic games designed for younger children and their parents.

Games, songs, and activities feature characters from the Disney network.

The kids’ activities page with your friends from Sesame Street. Play games with Prairie Dawn, Elmo, and the Cookie Monster.

Official Teletubbies website, includes videos, nursery rhymes, and magical events.

Everything you always wanted to know about crayons.

Have fun with Victor, a toddler on the move. There are lots of games and sounds to play with, including puzzles, music, coloring, and mixed-up animals. Available in English, Japanese, Spanish, and French.

Calling all Thomas the Tank Engine fans! Stories, games, and fun.

Tiny Planets. Bing and Bong, aliens from the Tiny Planets, offer games related to technology, nature, light, and color.

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