Activities for Kids


A kid-friendly magazine full of interesting current stories about technology, science, society, art, culture, and world news.

FunBrain has over 100 fun, interactive games that develop skills in math, reading and literacy. Plus, kids can read a variety of popular books and comics on the site, includingDiary of a Wimpy Kid, Amelia Writes Again, and Brewster Rocket.
This website is a favorite of mine because the free site offers tons of printables including worksheets, clip art and classroom decorations.

Have your elementary students practice their math, science and language arts skills with games and interactive activities from FueltheBrain!

Free Rice
This website allows your students to review English vocabulary and grammar at varying levels of difficulty. For each correct answer, the website will donate one grain of rice. Have your students play Free Rice when they finish early and keep track of how much rice your students have contributed to combat hunger.

Mr. Nussbaum
Mr. Nussbaum is a website with tons of interactive games and activities for math, language arts, history, geography, science and more.

Free games for learning how to use money, tell time, count and read. Also, you’ll find mazes, memory games, puzzles, Sudoku and more!

KidsClick! is a web search site designed for kids by librarians — with kid-friendly results!

Turtle Diary
Over 1,000 educational activities, games, animated lessons, printable worksheets, interactive storybooks and more.

e-Learning for Kids
At e-Learning for Kids, you can search through educational games by grade level or subject. There are materials for grades 1-6 in math, science and language arts.

The education section of Appolicious is a listing of thousands of educational applications with descriptions and reviews. It’s a great place to go if you’re looking for something new, or just to check something out before you buy it.

This website is great place to go for a daily warm up because it gets your kids thinking with fun and interesting questions like “Why is the grass wet in the morning?”, “Where is the tallest lighthouse?”, “How much does the sky weigh?”, and more!