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Brain POP 

BrainPOP’s animation brings learning concepts to life for individuals or entire classrooms. Kids learn about historical events, science and even the stock market, all with the help of a plucky robot and his friends.

Math Magician

Explore timed math skills for addition, subtraction, multiplication & division.

Raz-Kids

Online guided reading program with interactive ebooks, downloadable books, and reading quizzes.

Starfall

A phenomenal resource for young readers, the site features tools and games that align with the school curriculum. This site is so fun, your kids will forget it’s educational.

ABC Ya

This game site offers teacher-created and approved educational computer games for elementary students to learn math and language arts on the web. Featured by The New York Times, Apple, and Fox News, ABCYa.com provides young children well-crafted games and activities.

ABC Mouse

ABCMouse.com calls itself the most comprehensive learning site on Earth for kids ages 2 to 7. Your kiddos can read or listen to books and music, play games and color as they accelerate through customizable learning levels designed by teachers and experts. The site even tracks your child’s progress as she learns. You can try out the site for free for a month; after that, the monthly subscription fee is $7.95.

PBS Kids

You watched PBS as a kid, and now your little ones can hop online with some of the same friends you remember, like Elmo and Curious George. Of course, there are new friends, too, such as Peg + Cat. Select games by character, difficulty level or latest available. The site also has a huge library of printables for your child’s educational enrichment.

Science Bob

Let your kids geek out on this informative site. It’s the go-to spot for all things science, with experiments to try, research tips and a Q&A section.

NASA Kids Club

Blast off into learning with this galactic page where wee astronauts can do puzzles and games and learn all about the famous space program.

Funbrain

Kids in preschool through Grade 8 will love Funbrain, a site that makes developing math, reading and literacy skills fun. Check out games like Math Baseball and Grammar Gorillas. Kids can even read books on the go.

National Geographic Kids

Has your child ever asked you a question like, “What are baby penguins called?” Well, National Geographic Kids has the answer! Kids can watch videos, play games, and best of all, learn about animals, nature and the world around them. You know, in case you don’t know everything!

Cool Math

A phenomenal resource for young readers, the site features tools and games that align with the school curriculum. This site is so fun, your kids will forget it’s educational.

Spatulatta

Learning takes place in the kitchen, too, according to Spatulatta. Kids can learn cooking basics and try out new recipes built around the type of meal and favorite ingredients. What better way is there to transform your picky eater into a budding chef?

KidRex

Safe search for kids, by kids.