School is almost out for the summer, so what are your kids going to do in between baseball and softball practice, swimming at the local pool, and summer camps? How about surf the web? Check out our list of Best Educational Websites for Your Kids!

  1. This popular website features math games like math baseball and tic tac toe squares, reading games featuring the bestselling Diary of a Wimpy Kid and funny mad libs, and much more. Your kids will have hours of educational fun navigating the different categories in this playground of fun activities.
  2. The awesome website is packed full of educational games, movies, music, and worksheets to keep kids interested and learning. Featuring dinosaur games, astronomy games, spelling games, and more, this site has something fun for everyone.
  3. Explore this interactive website to learn all about science, art, and more. The brainchild of Frank Oppenheimer, the Exploratorium boasts hands-on activities, videos, online exhibits and more in such fields as the human body, astronomy and space, living things, and the mind. This website is a must-see for your budding scientists and artists.
  4. As its name implies, this website is great for kids. The site includes games, puzzles, and even coloring pages to keep kids entertained and educated. Word searches, math puzzles, and memory games provide challenging fun for kids of all ages.
  5. The kid’s favorite TV channel - Nickelodeon has its own educational website full of games featuring Dora the Explorer, Blues Clues, Wonder Pets, Olivia, and many more loveable characters. The site is broken up into categories of TV shows, themes, and ages, making it accessible and unique. Kids will have so much fun interacting with their favorite cartoon characters that they won’t even realize they’re learning.
  6. PBS’s website for children is packed with a plethora of educational games for children. Beloved TV characters guide kids through reading, science, and math games, among many others.

Keep your kids learning and having fun this summer by checking out these interactive, educational websites. What are some of your favorite websites for kids?