More and more kids are online these days, and letting your kids be online can be a scary thing, one little click and who knows what your kids are going to see. I have found 8 free websites you can trust for your kids being on.
I admit that I’m not the best at letting my kids go online, I am always worried about what they could find with just one accidental click.
8 Free Websites You can Feel Better About Your Kids
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Have you heard of this one? It is a search engine for kids. Sites appearing in Kiddle search results satisfy family friendly requirements, as they filter sites with explicit or deceptive content. Kiddle is powered by Google Safe Search but is not affiliated with Google Inc.
I have it set to the home page for my kids laptop.8 Websites for your kids that are entertaining, #educational, and safe. Keep your kids safe… Click To Tweet
Starfall has been teaching children to read with phonics for well over a decade. Perfect for preschool, kindergarten, first grade, second grade, special education, homeschool, and English language development
When you think Sesame Street, you know its for kids. Helping kids grow smarter, stronger, and kinder.
Funbrain was created for kids ages preschool through grade 8, offers more than 100 fun, interactive games that develop skills in math, reading, and literacy.
Knowledge Kids offers hundreds full-length episodes of high-quality children’s programming. You’ll find favourites like Paw Patrol, Wild Kratts, Kate and Mim-Mim, Zerby Derby, Mister Maker, Astroblast, Hi Opie, Ruff-Ruff, Tweet and Dave, Rob the Robot, Shaun the Sheep, Annedroids and more.
Engaging learning games, animated movies, and activities. Designed with relevance, depth, and humor to encourage kids on their unique learning paths.
Here is another one that you know you can trust based on the name. There are book reading, videos, activities, and games based on your favorite books.
There are book reading, videos, activities, and games based on your favorite books.
One little tip: add an ad block to the computer that you’re kids are using. Added protection for those ads your (or the website can’t control completely), plus, if you shop online, they won’t see anything you’re looking to buy them.