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At our educational website, we have hundreds of free, online, learning games for kids.
But anyone interested in online learning can use our site –

we have so many
subjects – (geography, math, animals, science,

language arts, creative actibities, health) and lots of

levels for all abilities –
loads of games and activities for learners of any age.

Over the last year we’ve had over 20 million visitors

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over 5 million hours of learning!

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*Preschool/Kindergarten* (numbers, colors, shapes, alphabet, animals)
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13 Activities for Kids Using Technology in an Off-Screen Way

There’s always something new for us to discover, as well as old favorites. I am so grateful to have activities handed to us… Fun and easy ones that can be put together in a moment’s notice! You’re awesome Jamie and I appreciate you sharing your activities and ideas!! – Melissa C.

“I absolutely love that this takes all the prep work out of engaging my children. It is so easy to just put up the calendar, and glance at it for inspiration when we are in a funk.” – The Activity Room Member, Rachel

I have found it impossible to Google ideas from a million different sites, get organized, shop for supplies, etc. This is exactly what I have been searching for! Thanks for making something so organized and easy to use. – Early Years Activity Plans User, Melissa C.

This takes down the need to scour the internet for

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Technology for Kids – Free Games, Activities, Experiments, Science Online

Technology for kids

Learn about technologyStep into the future and discover technology for kids with our cool range of experiments, free games, science fair projects, fun quizzes, interesting facts, amazing videos, worksheets and more!

Learn about robots, computers, cell phones, engineering and all kinds of interesting technology topics. As well as activities for children, there are also lesson plans for teachers, ideas for parents and free teaching resources for anyone interested in technology and learning about science online.

 

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Science for Kids
Technology games for kids

Enjoy our fun technology games and improve your knowledge of this great subject. Learn why electricity circuits are important to modern gadgets and have fun testing the properties of different materials. These technology and engineering topics will give you a great base to work from.

Take the challenge and see if you can complete the interactive activities while learning a thing or two on the way.

Electricity circuits games

Electricity Circuits

Electricity circuits play an important

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The impact of home computer use on children’s activities and development. – PubMed

The increasing amount of time children are spending on computers at home and school has raised questions about how the use of computer technology may make a difference in their lives–from helping with homework to causing depression to encouraging violent behavior. This article provides an overview of the limited research on the effects of home computer use on children’s physical, cognitive, and social development. Initial research suggests, for example, that access to computers increases the total amount of time children spend in front of a television or computer screen at the expense of other activities, thereby putting them at risk for obesity. At the same time, cognitive research suggests that playing computer games can be an important building block to computer literacy because it enhances children’s ability to read and visualize images in three-dimensional space and track multiple images simultaneously. The limited evidence available also indicates that home computer use

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