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math games for kids – this is sponsored post by PowerMyLearning. These opinions are 100% mine.
This website is GREAT! It really is! I was asked to look into this post for a company, but let me tell you that I am hooked! This website, PowerMyLearning is fantastic! It takes the most fun and educational games from other websites (ex: StarFall, scholastic, readwritethink, and more) and combines them into one free webpage.
We have three sons and one daughter. I am a mom, a play therapist and I was a teacher for years before I decided to stay home. I am always on the hunt for an educational website. If I can find an educational website that our sons will learn from, I am happy! I would rather them play on a learning site than play on the Wii or watch TV, so during their down time, this can be a great activity.
Our oldest son could play on the computer for as long as we would let him. I only let him play on educational websites, but he likes this one because it is like a game. (Robot math is fun for boys, trust me!) This one has a TON of math games, too, which are hard to find. They are broken into area, too… geometry, algebra, probability & so many more! (for all grades k-12)
Why do I love this website for our kids?
1- I don’t have to keep clicking to different websites– this one has all of the games in one spot. There are more than he could probably even play. I love the variety and I love that it is a safe place to have him sit and play his learning games.
2- I can filter his games to how I want him to learn. I could do math, language arts or one of several other subjects.
I wanted to try to share PowerMyLearning with you, so here are a few screenshots.
Here is a screenshot from my computer, showing you how it looks when you first sign up. I signed up as a parent, instead of an educator, to show everyone how it looks if you are not a teacher.
Here is a screenshot of K-2 Lanugage arts games. Notice the source of the games:
He could play a game developing a poem, working on grammar or more…
Here was a game that we played for the Social Studies one. Our 6 year old really liked it. It asks you about how to build a house and then you build it step by step.
Ok- I could seriously just keep taking screenshots and adding them as our kids play and learn, but I’d rather you just try it out for yourself. This is a great website! Set it up as a bookmark and start playing. Have fun! It is for kids in all grade levels, so you will feel good about your kids learning. It is fun, challenging and I love it!
Head over PowerMyLearning and start playing!