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What are some interactive learning sites for kids?

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Interactive learning sites for kids include Weebly.com and FunBrain.com. Weebly.com hosts interactive activities for kids in a broad range of subjects such as math, English, typing, art, holidays and science. Each category links to a variety of specific topics that kids in kindergarten through fifth grade can explore.

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For example, by clicking on English, a site user is linked to capitalization, compound words, punctuation, grammar and poetry. Each topic includes interactive learning games that can be played to test and develop skills. The games are fun and educational.

FunBrain.com hosts free educational games, online books and comics. The activities are designed for kids who are preschool age through the eighth grade. The games help to develop literacy, reading and math skills. A site category called the Playground enables parents to introduce their young children to the Internet. Children learn to use the keyboard and handle the mouse.

Math arcade provides games such as "Math Baseball," in which math problems are set up to be solved in the context of a baseball game. FunBrain.com also features a link to homework help where kids can click on a subject, such as history, and find facts, encyclopedic information, maps, current events and timelines.

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