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Online games for pre-schoolers

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jiff Mon 20-Jun-11 16:45:51

Can anyone recommend and websites with a good selection of interactive educational games?

Leo03 Mon 20-Jun-11 18:43:13

try - you can sign up to play all the games for 28 days completely free. All brilliant! I went on to get a years subscription for £29. My little boy is in heaven when he's on it, I have to police it. It has definitely helped with his numeracy. They have it in his nursery too.

supersewer Mon 20-Jun-11 22:30:03

Cbeebies always used to be quite good

camdancer Tue 21-Jun-11 13:56:51

I like the sesame street website. Lots of fun games and videos. It's very American though and doesn't use phonics so I know people who don't like it.

5ofus Wed 22-Jun-11 11:15:12

I would echo CBeebies website is excellent, also NickJr is good.

AlaskaHQ Fri 01-Jul-11 08:46:41

We have always liked

Its not games as such, more puzzles, and my DS (4) loves it.

SlightlyMe Sat 02-Jul-11 21:18:41

trying to log into bustythings.. they take all details save credit card for a trial.. still not got my password through to use it though (after 30mins from receiving registration email).. is a good job the kids are patient! (joke)
Sesame street is ok,
moshi monsters is too complicated for pre school
Jumpstart is excellent but can be complicated in places and hassles the kids for membership which is sad... but it does go full screen which I like loads.
cbeebies is ok but they go through it quick now,
NickJr seems to only change it's adventure thing once a month
Disneys club penguin is too complicated... the guide has no recommended age guide. has some quick and simple games.. is simple excellent.. thank you

Collision Sat 02-Jul-11 21:20:20

bustythings might give you the wrong type of thing!!!!!!

Busythings might be better for pre schoolers!


usualsuspect Sat 02-Jul-11 21:21:42 is excellent for preschoolers

SlightlyMe Sat 02-Jul-11 21:28:00

wizard101 is too complicated but lovely big, well drawn visuals.

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