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Sunday, March 18, 2018

Technology Favorite Learning Websites



Great games and activities for kids in the K-5 range based on PBS programming.

A fantastic learning website for kids with games broken out  by  grade level.  It list games by type as well: letters, numbers, holiday, etc.
A great website for kids based on Canadian programming.  There are games and activities for kids in the 5 & Under range and the 6-11 age range. is a website where students can learn the basics of coding using block-based programming.

XtraMath is used a lot by our 2nd and 3rd grade students  

A fantastic game for the K-3 age range with games that focus on reading. 

Super Solvers: Outnumbered is a great game with addition and subtraction word problems and drills. For Grades 2-4.


Reader Rabbit 3 is a fantastic reading game from the early 90s. 

Tagxedo is a great word manipulation program.  Upload your own image or choose one of the ones that they have ready to go. Tagxedo works best in Internet Explorer. You will need Microsoft Silverlight to make it work.

NitroType is a free website where you can compete with other typists in a race. 

Fun to Type has several extremely fun typing games.

A fun website for kids with lots of literacy,
vocabulary and typing style games.

Try not to die of dysentery as you travel 2,000 miles from Missouri to the Oregon Territory in this old-school game.


Math Playground has a great assortment of math and strategy games for all ages and skill levels.

Number Munchers is a classic game where you can learn about multiples, primes, factors and face a special challenge all while confounding the Troggles.

TypingWeb is an excellent website that tracks student progress.  Students in grades 5-8 have their own login and password.  

DanceMat typing is a wonderful introduction to typing that can be  very helpful to the primary grade kids when first learning where to find the letters of the keyboard. 


This website reinforces the Superkids program the kids learn daily in grades K-2. There are interesting books and great games to help practice reading skills.


Chase Carmen Sandiego and her team of VILE henchmen around the world. This is archived old-school software at it's best.  

Another fantastic old-school software game from 1994 - great for 4th grade.

Mario Teaches Typing in 2 minute segments and you can choose your character. 


NetSmartzKids is a program from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Kids that helps children learn to "use their netsmartz."  This site features games, e-books, videos and activities for students in the 5-17 age range.


A product of Intel and Discovery Education, Think Before You Link is a full-course on Internet safety and includes the three main issues: cyber-safety, cyber-security and cyber-ethics.

Hector's World is an Australian series of six videos about 
staying safe online and out in the world.
Festisite is a website that allows you to manipulate text in new and interesting ways. My favorite is the heart spiral.

Craft a special digital Valentine for one the kids at Cincinnati Children's Hospital.

Kids in Grades 3 - 8 love to play Sumdog because it allows them to get competitive about math. Who can resist when there are coins to earn, houses to decorate and classmates to crush? 
Interested in Hangman?
Play some puzzles created by our 6th, 7th and 8th graders. 

Teach your Monster to Read is an excellent website for K and 1st grades. Students design their monster and then teach it to read while gathering spaceship parts so it can go home.  Each student has their own login.

Click here for the ODE 3rd Grade Practice. 

Technology Just for Fun


I played Commander Keen when *I* was in grade school.  Use the arrow keys to control Keen, spacebar to shoot and Ctrl to jump.
Lion King is a Sega game classic! Use the spacebar to jump, Ctrl to roar and the arrow keys to move Simba. When it asks for a passcode to play enter the name Simba.

Mixed Up Mother Goose is another great game from Sierra. In it, you help Mother Goose by finding all the missing bits to the nursery rhymes.