Websites Your Children Will Love to Learn From: An Age By Age Guide

You’ve bought your child a PC and can’t wait to see your child learning with the help of it. But, how do you begin the process of PC-enabled learning? Here’s an age by age guide to give your child a head-start.

5 -7 Years

With games that perfect the balance between fun and learning, Learning Games For Kids should be your go-to to keep your child occupied after school. These games get kids wanting to learn after school rather than doing it just for the sake of it, creating a long-lasting and positive relationship with studying. The best part is all games are divided by age along with an option to view all games in alphabetical order.

8-10 Years

Uptoten’s easy navigation and colourful animations make the website a super-hit amongst students, especially its short to-the-point videos. The language used in the videos is friendly and reassuring, almost making children feel like they are being taught by a friend making the concepts talked about more memorable and enjoyable for them. There’s also a section of interactive colouring sheets and games which simplify topics.

10 -12 Years

At this age, children have knowledge of the basics such as vocabulary and arithmetic making them curious to dig deeper into what’s taught in school. That’s where Wonderpolis comes in the picture. Your children can look up a term that they want to know about or can take the time out to explore what’s featured on the website to learn something new or grasp the real world application of important things.

12 Years & Above

If there’s one website your children should bookmark on their PC browser for revision it has to be Brainscape for its topic-specific flashcards made by experts for better retention of study matter. Your children can test their know-how before exams to see where they stand and what to improve upon. Moreover, the confidence boost from getting answers right will surely reduce your child’s anxiety of giving exams.

With a little exploring you’ll find a lot more for your children, just keep in mind a checklist so you find the best for your child. :)

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  • Aarambh is a pan-India PC for Education initiative engineered to enhance learning using the power of technology; it is designed to help parents, teachers and children find firm footing in Digital India. This initiative seeks to connect parents, teachers and students and provide them the necessary training so that they can better utilise the PC for learning, both at school and at home.