Disney Family is a huge website with so much to entertain your kids of all ages. Disney crafts, Disney pintables, Disney recipes. The recipes section is great. There’s also a Christmas area, found under Disney Holidays. I love the decorating cupcakes section. There’s also hundreds of pintables, just choose your favorites Disney characters. Make sure you look at the Tangled section (the 3D movie sure to be a hit with the kids these holidays).
Littlest Pet Shop Online
is a fun virtual world of adorable animated pets with added safety features. Here your child will be able to customize their own pet and decorate its home, share adventures with friends, play fun online games and stretch their imagination with lots of other creative activities. As they experience the world of Littlest Pet Shops Online they’ll get to watch their pet come to life online and grow through nurturing, play, and socializing. Creating an LPSO account and playing the game is free! However, LPSO also offers a Premium Membership which allows paying users access to exclusive features.
The official home for ZhuZhu Pets. Colorful and super cute site that is sure to appeal. Great online games plus loads of printable fun, like coloring pages, masks and word searches. This site will be extremely popular with kids who collect Zhu Zhu Pets or have seen the movie “Quest for Zhu”.
Dinosaur Train is currently one of my daughter’s favorite’s websites. Fun games online for preschoolers and the coloring pages are excellent. It’s also educational! Make sure you check out the Hatching Party under games (you’ll need a printer and a web cam), my daughter thinks its magic. Hungry Herbivore is a good game for preschoolers to learn to use the mouse.
Magic tricks, wacky facts.
Fun game websites means magic tricks, wacky facts, and more make up this universe of pure childish fun. While the site is largely entertainment-based, it does have some interesting educational stuff thrown in for good measure. Check out the Weird Science section to find fun experiments to do with your kids that teach them about physics, chemistry, biology, weather, and more.
There are also several kid-friendly recipes to get them involved in the kitchen. You can even search Funology’s content by age and type of activity to find content tailored to your child’s interests.
- Alaska Native Knowledge Network Games
Describes traditional Inuit and Dene games
- Juegos Para Cooperation Y La Paz Cooperation Games [in Spanish]
- Initiative Tasks – Great activities that involve problem-solving and encourage groups to work together
- John Sleigh’s Energizers – Do you need an energizer to add zest to your social change project?
- Roger Greenaway’s Feedback Exercises Some creative methods to assist giving and receiving personal feedback organizations.
- High Five – Home of Karl Rohnke, leading author of materials on initiatives and cooperative games, ropes courses and challenges.
- Outward Bound – Outward Bound USA is a system of five wilderness schools and several urban centers in the United States. There are 40 Outward Bound Schools and centers in 20 countries around the world.
- Project Adventure – A major source of information about adventure education.
- Association for Experiential Education The professional society for outdoor and experiential education. This site is primarily for educators and teaching professionals.
- NOLS: National Outdoor Leadership School – NOLS is a wilderness-based, non-profit school focusing on leadership and skills.
- The Freechild Project We provide thousands of examples of youth-led social change in many areas, including education, community development, and more.