Free Educational Websites For Elementary Students

August 31, 2017

We know how much kids today love to have their “screen time.” Whether you give them 20 minutes a day, 30 minutes a day, or more. Why not make it educational AND fun for them? There are many websites out there that want this very combo for your children. They understand the importance of keeping them engaged while learning.

Here are some of our favorites:

www.coolmath-games.com

Coolmath games is a brain training site for everyone where logic, thinking, and math meets fun and games. This site advertises that they are violence-free, so play without worry.

www.funbrain.com

Funbrain is an educational online site for kids of all ages. The site calls itself “an amusement park of math and more.” Funbrain is geared towards children up to 13 years of age and is chock full of addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and more.

www.makemeagenius.com

Makemeagenius.com is full of videos on science subjects such as physics, the solar system, and the human body. All videos are kid-friendly.

www.timeforkids.com

Time for kids is a site from the creators of TIME magazine. Your children will find several articles related to current news written just for them.

www.kids.nationalgeographic.com

Learn interesting facts about animals, nature, and more.  Your young learners will get a chance to watch animal cams and if they’re lucky, maybe even a birth or two 🙂


www.scholastic.com/teachers/student-activities

Here you will find activities broken down by grades geared towards children all of the way to seniors in High School.

www.bbc.co.uk

BBC History for kids is full of games, quizzes and fact sheets taking children on a journey through ancient history, world history, and lands far far away.

www.highlightskids.com

From the creators of the Highlights magazine comes a website full of fun art activities, science experiments, and stories.

www.discoverykids.com

Here children can enjoy games, puzzles, and quizzes on studies of current events and science.


www.pbs.org

Not only can your children enjoy the educational shows on PBS, but they can also play games featuring their favorites.  Those games include math and language.

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