Websites of kids

Please remember that before accessing any of these sites that you must first check with your parent or guardian and ask their websites of kids. These are all third party sites, that means that we have no control over their content.

Cool Maths for Kids – “an amusement park of maths! Rainforestmaths – great interactive Australian site from Jenny Eather – for primary school kids who love maths or need a bit more practice. Love this site Update: Unfortunately, in order to use this site you must buy a 12 month license. For further details check out it’s parent site Mathletics. Starship Maths from the BBC – as usual a quality site from BBC Online for 6-7 year olds to support the UK Curriculum .

A Maths Dictionary for Kids – also from Jenny Eather, animated definitions, activities and practice sessions. Collection of brilliant interactive maths sites. Game Classroom – US site with lots of interactive maths games. Maths in 60 Seconds – Courtesy of Maths Crazy Tutoring on Youtube – Check out all of their great videos! Science at Work – NASA – Excellent resources for second level exceptionally able students.

Arcademic Skill Builders – Some excellent free games here which can also be played on the nintendo wii via the wiis internet browser. Johnnie’s Math Page – free fun online maths games. Disclaimer: This is not an expert site, it is run on a voluntary basis and as such is based on opinion and experience but we hope that it acts as a signpost for educational resources and other support services for Irish families with exceptionally able children. By using this website you accept that any dependence by you on such information, opinion or advice is at your own risk. This page is one small part of Good Sites for Kids!

We have given all the Literacy section sites their own pages and URLs. You can get to them by clicking on their names in the matrix below. Use the matrix to help you find what you need! We have given all the Literacy pages their own page and htm address. You can get to them by clicking on their names in the matrix above. OK, so you caught me reading!