Website Offers Ad–Free Learning Activities for Kids (June 26, 2011)
“ is a good fit for families looking for a wide variety of educational activities for their kids. With over 2,000 [6/26/2011—the site now has more than 3,500] activities, there is a lot for any child to explore, and the... A Fun Learning Website for Kids (May 25, 2011)
“There are so many educational websites geared towards the little ones that it’s kind of hard to know where to start. That’s why we’re loving the newly launched Designed to help prepare... “Screen Play”:
Adding an Education Twist to Online Gaming (January 28, 2011)
“If you’re looking for a versatile and well–crafted educational site for your kids, check out It offers different curriculum choices for toddler, preschool, pre–k and kindergarten–aged kids and boasts a huge...
Parents Magazine:
2011 Parents 10 Best Online Games 2011 (September 2011)
“Your little learner is guaranteed a well–rounded playdate on this educational site, which offers different levels of activities (from preschool to early elementary). One day he can learn to play notes on a virtual piano or paint a...
Common Sense Media: (Website Review) (December 13, 2010)
“ABCMouse — an easy to navigate, colorful, encouraging site — is an excellent way to introduce the youngest computer users to online learning. From the colorful kindergarten classroom homepage and learning zoo, to...
Children’s Technology Review
Editor’s Choice Award: Early Learning Academy (December 9, 2010)
“This type of service is complete enough to supplement an existing school curriculum, or provide the backbone of a home-based curriculum.” Real Moms Guide:
Educational Websites for Kids
“What I particularly love about is that there is no advertising, pop–up ads or links. Kids can also connect with extended family members (aunts, uncles, grandparents) who can encourage them in their...
OC Register:
Ask The Teacher (November 24, 2010)
“Parents are always asking for good websites, and I checked this one out. It is outstanding. I am not a big fan of TV or video games, but learning sites that keep the children engaged are another story. I do not like sites... Preschoolers: Review: A great
educational website for preschoolers
“As the parent of a young preschooler, this site meets my needs as a parent in many different ways. Not only is it teaching my son important lessons in a fun way, he’s also learning how to use the computer — an increasingly...
Moms by Heart:
Giveaway Extravaganza: Membership (December 7, 2010)
“I expected a site with such a large quantity of learning materials to be lacking in quality or efficiency somewhere. But that is not the case at all! The site runs smoothly through beautifully illustrated lessons with...
Daddy Digest: Review (August 2, 2011)
“The lessons of the Step–by–Step Learning Path consist of books, puzzles, games, songs, art activities, and/or printables that relate to a specific topic. Each lesson offers children several different ways to learn, in...
Savings in Seconds: Review & Giveaway (April 29, 2012)
“ is an excellent resource for parents who want to enrich a child’s background in basic concepts like the alphabet or shapes. Additionally, it is very parent–friendly, allowing you to program your...
Don’t Mess With Mama: Review (February 25, 2012)
“My favorite part was that it included a well–rounded curriculum. And I could build lessons in the parents section, or block certain activities if my son had no interest. I just loved the customization.”
Adventures in Fluff:
Educating Your Kids With (March 9, 2012)
“ makes setting limits easy. First off they have a timer option that allows you to set limits for your child on how often they can access the site each day. Another way that they encourage children to learn...
Stowed Stuff: Giveaway:
Educational Fun for Little Ones (March 6, 2012)
“I am always scouring the web for great sites to compliment all the learning going on at home and school and this site is is definitely worth checking out if you are a homeschooling...
Wonderfully Chaotic: Review: Early Learning Academy (April 15, 2011)
“I’m very impressed with the amount of things to do on this website – it’s not intended to replace the school program parents already have (either public, private or homeschooling) but it would definitely help little ones...
The Bragging Mommy:
“I love being able to let my kids play on the computer without worrying that they might come across something questionable. is online education that we will come back to again & again!”