There are some fabulously kid friendly websites available for the little ones to learn, play and engage.
Do beware, it may not all be free of charge but many of those who do charge offer an introductory session for you to decide whether you would like to subscribe.


These are challenging times, and your friends at Sesame Street are here to help. Our new hub is filled with videos, playful learning activities, and ways to help families stay physically and mentally healthy. The Sesame Street Muppets are staying home, too, but still connecting with friends online—and each week we’ll post new videos, like Singalong with Elmo or Snack Time with Cookie Monster. Hope to see you there!

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We’re on a mission to make yoga and mindfulness fun!

Every week, millions of kids do our yoga and mindfulness sessions on video in class and at home. And thousands of teachers that we’ve trained lead classes in their own communities. We’re doing what we can to make yoga and mindfulness fun for kids – so they can enjoy the physical, mental and emotional benefits early. 

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Across all age groups, TEDEd provides video content that is fun, engaging and educational!

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Factual, fun and interactive, the NatGeo kids website is chockablock full of great content to keep your kids and teens engaged.

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If you kids love to create , Tate kids is a fabulous space for them to explore. The website provides instructions, videos, recipes, art ideas, quizzes and so much more.

VISIT TATE KIDS

Share your ideas for great websites for kids in the comments below.

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