Web Sites


Some good family home pages:

http://www.starfall.com Learn to read with their interactive books and phonics games.  The little phonics books are printable also.
http://www.enchantedLearning.com Choose a level: pre-K, gr. 1-3 or gr. 4-6+. Guess what number comes next, count chickens, an interactive alphabet. Our school has the Busy Little Brains CD-ROM and the kids LOVE IT!
http://www.meddybemps.com/preschool_primary.html These activities offer a playful mix of practical learning experiences for children from roughly 4 through 8 years of age. You, as parent or teacher, can adapt the activities to meet the skills and interests of your child.
  http://www.kidspsych.org For ages 1 to 9: sorting shapes, painting an online circus picture, a maze, repair a space station, sort mixed-up faces, and I Spy.
arthur_logo_6.gif http://pbskids.org/arthur/ The ARTHUR Web site is the online companion to the popular ARTHUR television series airing daily on PBS Kids. Like the show, the site targets kids between the ages of four and eight. It supports the same educational goals as the program: literacy and the modeling of positive social and problem-solving skills.
http://www.nickjr.com Click and drag with Blue's Clues as you try and discover which snowflakes match and the solution to the hidden picture in the Race Against Time. Blue has many games - see which ones you like!
http://www.ottoclub.org Visit Otto the car and his interactive town. A safe place to play.
http://www.billybear4kids.com Play games online like "Make Your Own Cartoon Bear" and "Mix & Match Em Up". Billy Bear has storybooks you will enjoy reading.
http://www.randomhouse.com/seussville/games Play games like Cat in the Hat's concentration game, match the right kooky teacher with her classroom in Diffendoofer School, try to sort our Sneetches with stars on their bellies, and the Lorax's Save the Trees game.

Read from The Interactive Story Book


http://www.berenstainbears.com/ There's lots for you to do in Bear Country too!  Check out some hot tracks on Brother Bear's BearPod. Try the Maze to Bigpaw's Lair - just make sure you don't wake him up! Sister's got a secret message for you - can you solve it? Take a tour of the Bears' Tree House from the cellar all the way up to Brother and Sister's room. Visit the library or take in a movie. Send an e-mail to Mama, Papa, Sister or Brother (or the whole family). And don't forget to see what's new at the Berenstain Bears Tree House website.

http://www.crayola.com/ Find art activities for parties, rainy days, or any day.Crayola.com has more than 1000 print-and-color images, games, activities, and crafts to engage creative young minds.
http://disney.go.com/characters/#/characters/ Come and play with all your favorite Disney characters.
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood http://pbskids.org/rogers/ Mister Rogers' neighborhood helps children learn about themselves, about others, and about the world.