Safe websites for bored teens

Duration: 9min 32sec Views: 1553 Submitted: 26.08.2020
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Parents of younger children everywhere are facing self-isolation with a wry sense of humour:. When it comes to keeping teenagers entertained in lockdown it can feel like parents are on their own. When the announcement came that schools were to close in England, my Facebook groups were flooded with genius ideas for keeping kids occupied in a productive fashion that might constitute learning. Parents were inundated with colourful lesson plans worthy of the best Reception teachers had Miss Jones been one of those CBeebies-style classroom heroes that leave me exhausted after just a 10 minute parent-teacher consultation.

Fun Websites for Girls

These are educational websites full of games, video, content and activities to keep your kids entertained while growing their minds. With gamification, constant level ups, and light and sounds that seem like they come straight from a casino, kids keep coming back for more. These are sites developed by teachers and parenting experts, rather than engineers and marketers. The difficult thing for parents, though, is sifting through the hundreds of lesser quality websites to find the nuggets. There are literally hundreds and hundreds of games, activities and info products on this website.

Top 10 Educational Websites for Kids in 2020

Whether your little one is eager for knowledge or needing a bit of help with homework, these safe and fun sites are a perfect go-to for all things learning. By Amy Valm June 13, BrainPOP Jr is great for little learners from kindergarten to grade three. Canadian Geographic Kids! Here, they can explore a virtual map, find out fun animal facts and delve into educational videos and games.
This text-based role-playing game based on The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy is really hard. Like really hard. I have been playing this game on and off for a couple of years, and have yet to get past the first spaceship. Despite how tricky it is, it's tremendously funny, seldom literal, and a must for all towel-remembers. Play it here.