ABCya! is a teacher-designed website that offers a range of educational games for children ranging from Pre-K through Fifth Grade. Children can explore subjects involving letters, numbers and skills under the guidance of parents and teachers.
One of the most well-known brands for online children's education, ABCya! reaches over 65 million individuals annually, who log over 1.5 billion games played. Featured in The New York Times and by Apple and Scholastic, ABCya! has become the leader in free educational computer applications for children. It has gained popularity partly because it does not require users to input any personal information, nor does it collect personal information through cookies, creating a safe online environment for children.
Under the observation of parents and teachers, children are able to play a wide selection of over 300 activities, including skill-based typing games, counting games and learning about different countries. All of the games are free to play on PC, as carefully vetted advertisements cover operational costs. A monthly subscription is required to play them all on a mobile device.
Abcya.com was founded by a New Jersey teacher who felt that options for online study were sorely lacking. After searching the web for resources, the teacher found that many children's sites were loaded with inappropriate advertisements and difficult navigation. This inspired him to create his own website with appropriate, fun activities and make it available for children across the United States.