Looking for fun games with age appropriate content? Here are some sites that we recommend.

  • Arcademics

    Fun and free online multi-player educational math games and language arts games for students and teachers.

  • Be a Hero!

    Become a disaster master by helping friends survive emergencies, such as tornadoes and blizzards, and learn how you can get prepared for one yourself in real life. The game is on the Ready Kids site, a US government resource helping families with emergency preparedness skills and knowledge.

  • Cartoon Network Games

    Games and videos from your favorite Cartoon Network shows.

  • Daily Sudoku

    Fans of this popular gamew ill enjoy a new puzzle challenge daily. Different levels and patterns such as “squiggly” allow for many ages to enjoy the site.

  • Disney Now Games

    Choose from a wide variety of child-friendly games and content from Disney Now.

  • Funbrain

    Games, videos and books for kids that make learning math and reading fun! Resources available for parents and teachers too.

  • Interland

    Play games that help you learn safety on the web. Avoid hackers, phishers, bots, and other internet bad guys to complete your quest. Built by Google.

  • Make Beliefs Comix

    Make your own comics online with this online comic generator from author Bill Zimmerman.

  • NASA’s Space Place

    NASA’s official website for kids. Young astronauts can explore space, do activities, and play games on this website, all about space.

  • Nick Jr.

    Nickelodeon’s official website for their preschool and younger child audience.

  • Nickelodeon

    Free games and videos from the popular children’s network.

  • Owl Kids

    From the creators of Owl Magazine, a site where you can play games, read stories, do puzzles, find jokes, or send e-cards to your friends.

  • PBS Kids

    Games and activities connected to your favorite PBS programs, including Arthur, Between the Lions and Sesame Street. Also provides information for grownups on using the site. Design your own comic strip or see if you’d like to be president for a day. Or maybe you’d like to get your Web License by learning to surf safely or visit the media literacy lab called Get Media Smart. Here is a world of activities to entertain and enlighten. Other game topics include animals, travel, history, and pop culture.

  • Tate Kids

    Children can create their own artwork, upload their artwork and create their own gallery on this website from the Tate Museum. Children can play games and watch films. Ideas for creating arts and crafts are included. An adult zone includes the internet safety clause, lessons for teachers, and ideas for parents to use with their children.

  • Weather Games

    The National Center for Atmospheric Research has put together a bunch of fun games, videos, and learning activities for kids who want to know more about the weather, climate and earth system science.

  • Win the White House

    Do you have what it takes to be president? Win the White House challenges you to build your campaign and allows you to simulate a presidential election!


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