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Educational Websites Please

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grouchyoscar Sun 30-Sep-07 13:16:28

DS (4.2) is obsessed by consoles and the computer. I'd like him to use the time effectivley and not just play pointless games (woah...Alpha mum awakes!) I've realised that I can't demand that DS stops but I can encourage good usage really

Can anyone recommend a good website for educational games please. Particularly those that encourage reading and letter recognition

Thanks in advance

juuule Sun 30-Sep-07 13:20:03

[www.starfall.com]

juuule Sun 30-Sep-07 13:21:59

www.bookwyrm.myby.co.uk/maths.html

bran Sun 30-Sep-07 13:35:55

Poisson rouge, ds (3.5) loves it.

grouchyoscar Sun 30-Sep-07 14:32:09

thanks for the sites. I've added them to favoites. Any other suggestions?

Thanks in advance

KerryMum Sun 30-Sep-07 14:35:11

Agree with others, you can also find some good stuff on CBeeBies website:

cbeebies

TwoToTango Sun 30-Sep-07 14:36:31

ictgames aimed at ks1 so he might be a bit young - but a good site

grouchyoscar Sun 30-Sep-07 16:43:22

If any one is interested this and this seem like good resources too

Thanks for the tips and sites

sarahsails Mon 01-Oct-07 09:01:05

www.nasa.gov/audience/forkids/games/index.html

UKMum2Boys Mon 01-Oct-07 13:35:36

I have recently enrolled my 2 boys aged 7 and 4.10 to :

http://www.educationcity.com/start/

They really enjoy this site and tbh I am really impressed with what it has to offer. You can have a Free Trial for 3 months. I truly believe it is worth every penny as it supports everything they learn at school.

Kind regards Louise

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