Great Websites for Kids

Early Literacy

  • Just For Kids Video Database - A streaming collection of kid-friendly and and educational media for kids to discover and explore. Children can enjoy a variety of popular telvision shows such as Sesame Street, Reading Rainbow, and Dr. Seuss, along with fun games, songs and other interactives all from home!
  • KidLit TV - KidLit TV utilizes technologies such as videos and podcasts to promote children's literature and to inspire kids to read, write, and draw.
  • - Short stories that concentrate on a vowel or blend sound. By clicking on a word, help is given. Primarily designed for first grade, also useful for pre-kindergarten, Kindergarten and second grade.
  • Story Blocks - Get your child ready to read! Watch short videos modeling songs, rhymes, and fingerplays. Each video includes helpful early literacy tips. Sorted by age groups (babies, toddlers, and preschoolers).

Educational Games

  • ABCya - This site features educational games for kids. Includes several different keyboarding games. There is a login but it is not required to play the games.
  • Fun Brain - Who ever thought learning math could be so much fun? Test your math skills with these fun and interesting games. Includes some teacher and parenting resources.
  • Learning Games For Kids - This site features games for preschool and elementary students that build skills in math, reading, social studies, science, art and music. Includes typing and finger placement games.
  • Nick Jr. - From the people who bring you the Nickelodeon Channel, this site is created for younger children and has a variety of games, activities and fun.Image result for pbs kids
  • PBS Kids - Games, videos, contests and more - all based on your favorite PBS Kids shows.

Reference Resources

  • Bat Resource Area - Maintained by the Bat Conservation Society, this site includes bat facts, photos, pictures, and fascinating bat trivia, such as how to exclude bats from buildings.
  • DK Find Out - A general interest site with fun facts, quizzes, games, and activities on a wide variety of topics.
  • Portal - Find Your Blue created by the Smithsonian Natural Museum of Natural History. Discover the sea through a fun-filled blog, media gallery video, or current museum happenings. Explore ocean life and amazing ocean photos. Under the Educator's Corner, check-out lessons plans for all grades.

For Parents

  • Cyberbullying Prevention Guide - Trying to keep your child safe online can seem overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. To help, our safety team at ASecureLife has compiled a parent-friendly guide to preventing, recognizing, and dealing with cyberbullying.