Good Websites for Preschool Age Kids

Updated on October 19, 2009
N.T. asks from McKinney, TX
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I am looking for some good age appropriate websites for my preschool age son. He loves being on the computer and he is getting tired of the same thing over and over. I would like the sites to be somewhat educational if possible. I know about most of the "tv show" sites like, Noggin.com, Disney.com, etc. Just thought I'd ask if you guys new of any other good ones. Thanks!

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S.B.

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We love starfall.com and http://www.poissonrouge.com/
and for fun (some of these are learning games, but mostly you learn computer and mouse skills:) )we visit http://www.paulysplayhouse.com/paulys_playhouse/game_page... This one needs more supervision. There aren't any real directions so sometimes I have to figure out the game before he can play.

And my little one has grown out of it a bit, but http://www.funwithspot.com/uk is a fun one if your son likes the Spot books.

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E.W.

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www.pbskids.org is a wonderful website, and www.kideoplayer.com Kideo is like YouTube but it is only kids videos. Most of the videos are small clips from preschool type shows; sesame street, barney, the smurfs, charlie brown, etc. My daughter loves it (she's 3) and if she comes across a video she doesn't like she just hits the space bar to go to the next video.

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R.F.

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My son loves www.playhousedisney.com The games are simple, the website is simple and there are also craft ideas and free printables that go with each show.

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S.L.

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http://www.funbrain.com/brain/SweepsBrain/sweepsbrain.html
Great for the kids. Once they get the hang of it they really try to complete it correctly and they don't realize they are learning eye hand coordination.
Also, starfall.com but you got that one a lot.

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M.M.

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I've collected a lot of educational links for young children on http://www.fortworthstorytime.com. Hope that helps!

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E.F.

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Before my grands started school I started each one on "JumpStart For Toddlers," then JumpStart for Pre-Schoolers that I purchased from Best Buy or you may go online to: www.starfall.com or www.fisher-price.com They are good for pre-schoolers. Good Luck

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V.T.

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sesamestreet.org has some good games. mostly learning computer skills.

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A.S.

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Hi there! I noticed that a few other moms suggested Starfall.com. I would also highly recommend it. It's very intuitive and provides enough stimulation for my son (4 years old) to actually sit still for more than 10 minutes!

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