Here is a great link to lots of fun educational websites for your kids. Enjoy!!!
Here are a few fun websites where you and your child can virtually carve and paint pumpkins.
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My girls love playing on the computer. So I am always trying to find fun, educational websites for them to learn on. Here are my thoughts on a few new ones that I found.
- www.ixl.com- This is a fee based math website for kids from preschool on up. You can sign up for a free 2 week trial and see how you like it. It has leveled activities for so many different math skills. Ashlyn loves it because it times you and gives you a medal depending on how you do. I love it because you can go to different grade levels depending on the skill. I also have been using it with my tutoring.
- www.dreambox.com- This is a favorite in the house right now. It’s also a fee based math website. We are enjoying the free trial period right now. It tests your child in the beginning to see where they should start. Ashlyn had no idea she was being tested because the games are so much fun! As a former 1st grade teacher, the games on this website are (I feel) on grade level and exactly what they need to be learning.
- www.tickettoread.com- We tried this website out and decided to go ahead and buy a year subscription. It’s only 30.00 a year and it helps with reading. The kindergarten level is a lot of phonics activities and then some sight word games. You have to help find the parts to missing toys that the “zogwogs” took. The 1st grade level and above works more on fluency and comprehension. It reads a passage to you and then times you on reading it yourself. As you get points you get to buy things for your clubhouse.
Hope you enjoy these. At least for the 2 week trial! Check out more Kid Friendly Friday posts here.
Here is a fun website for you and your little ones to do together.
If you guys don’t know about this website it is amazing. It’s packed with so many great ideas and printables. I am working on money with Ashlyn and happened to find these awesome money cards in their activity section. They have different themed cards so I chose the candy ones because she LOVES candy. It shows a picture of candy and tells how much it is. Then at the bottom it has circles the same size as the actual coins. I printed them out and laminated them (yes, I have my own laminator, thanks Brittani). She loves pretending to buy the different kinds of candy and putting the money on the circles.