We have curated some good resources on improving kid’s abilities to do math. There is a list of websites that provide easy, fun, and effective games that are not only fun but do provide an easy way for kids to learn math. We will keep on adding to the list. Have fun!
PBS KIDS creates curriculum-based entertainment. The games site hosts a number of browser-based gaming experiences based on popular literary and media franchises such as The Cat in the Hat, Curious George, Sesame Street, and more. Games are organized by subject-type, which includes math, healthy habits, science, reading, and teamwork.
Rainy day blues? Weather at the extremes? Need to stick to a budget and stay in? Whether you are looking for simple games for kids or full scale activities for groups, it’s easy to save the day, bust boredom and have fun with this list of screen-free indoor games for kids of all ages!
The name of the game says it all “words, with, friends.” Rally together your mother, father, aunt, distant cousin, coworker, boss or neighbor and challenge them into taking you on as you scramble to create words out of the letters that you are issued. Whoever gets the most points wins.
Among the various virtual card games on PlayingCards.io is Remote Insensitivity, which is basically a free online version of Cards Against Humanity. When it’s your turn, you choose a prompt card, and the other players must fill in the blank(s) or answer the question on that card with one of their own response cards. You pick your favorite response, and that person wins the round.
Best Fiends STARS is a puzzle game that challenges you to “match and blast your way” through a series of “explosive” puzzles, collecting adorable characters and teaming up with your friends along the way.