Looking for fun, safe educational websites your kids can explore? Here is a list of sites we love. Math Coolmath.com - Games and homework help for kids age 13 and up. Everything from fractions to pre-calculus in an easy to digest format. Kids under 12 will find an amusement park of math games at Coolmath4kids.com. Mathplayground.com - Math games, logic puzzles, step-by-step instructional videos and math practice for kids in grade K-12. Reading Storylineonline.net - The Screen Actors Guild Foundation records well-known actors reading children\u2019s books and adds graphically dynamic videos to bring stories to life. A great way to promote reading in young children. Starfall.com - Reading instruction for kids age Pre-K through 2nd grade that features phonics lessons and read-along stories. Spellingcity.com - This site lets you enter your child's spelling and vocabulary words and then generates practice tests. Basic tests are free. More advanced programs require membership. Great for kids in all grades. Science Tryscience.org - Whether you are looking for STEM fair project ideas or hands-on activities for a rainy day, this site features experiments in fields from social sciences to engineering with easy to follow instructions. BrainPOP.com - The free section of this website features engaging movies, quizzes and games that cover topics ranging from DNA to the Civil War. Great for grades 3-8. Kids in gradesK-3 will love BrainPOPJr. Educational Games DiscoveryKids.com - When kids in K-8 are craving video game time, this site has games that will keep them engaged with games that promote learning about the world around us. Funbrain.com - A great way to introduce Preschoolers to the internet. This site is a safe gaming environment that bridges learning and entertainment for kids in grade K-8. PBSKids.org - Kids in preschool through 3rd grade will love the interactive games on this site. Parents can find the resources they need at PBSKids.org\/grownups.