Online learning is becoming more and more popular, and our children are growing up in a tech-savvy world. Preschool is a great age to start allowing our children supervised learning online.
Here are some great learning sites for preschoolers:
ABC MOUSE– This learning website helps kids learn to read through phonics lessons. It also teaches young children lessons in math, music, art, social studies and much more! There is a subscription fee with this program.
NickJr.com– With characters including Bubble Guppies, Dora, the Wonder Pets and more, your preschoolers will LOVE this educational site. Activities include games, craft ideas, recipes how to videos and more! Best part? It’s FREE!
PBS KIDS– This site is a favorite in our home, and includes characters from all the popular PBS Kids TV sows. Activities include sing a long songs, games, videos, craft and game ideas, and much more! PBS Kids is also free!
Starfall-This fun educational site is great for children learning their ABC’s or who are new to reading. The activities are simple, and fun.
Funbrain Jr– This interactive site includes printables, games, stories and more. It is a great site for older preschoolers to enjoy learning, and playing.
Fisher Price-Known as a leader in children’s toys, Fisher Price also has an awesome website dedicated to providing educational games and activities for you and your preschooler to enjoy together. Activities include, alphabet coloring pages, learning animal noises, shapes, numbers, ABCs, and more.
Hooked on Phonics-This app is VERY similiar to the book format Hooked on Phonics offers. It offers fun and interactive games that encourages your children to learn how to read. It has books and fun rewards that your children will love!
Teach Me Toddler -This app is fun and interactive offering kids a rewarding sticker book when they make achievements and reach goals. This comes in a few different levels so is great for a wide variety of preschool ages.
Learning online can be a great tool for the preschool age, and a great way to introduce them to technology at an early age. These sites are not mean to be accessed without parental supervision, and are best utilized WITH a parent. Also, each family needs to make their own rules regarding appropriate sites, and technology usage.
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