Best Learning Websites for Toddlers and Preschoolers

NickJr.com transports your toddler into her favorite shows like Bubble Guppies, Wonder Pets!,

Max & Ruby, Dora the Explorer, and more. She can play games, go on adventures, and create

crafts with her favorite characters. There is a family section with health tips, vacation ideas,

recipes, how-to videos, and more.

Kids love Universal Kids for its fun games, easy crafts, and coloring pages that feature favorite

characters from Sesame Street and Barney & Friends. Parents can sign up to learn about special

programming, free live events, and new games and activities through Sprout's parent community

Starfall is a great educational site for young children learning their ABC's or starting to read. The

activities are interactive and simple, and make learning fun. Toddlers can also keep their baby

sign language fresh with the sign language lessons offered.

Kids' CBC is a Canadian television channel and website just for preschoolers, similar to

America's PBS Kids. Hosted by Patty and Sid, the site offers educational games, videos, and

more.

Boowa & Kwala have more than 500 games — sorting games, musical games, guessing games,

decision games, hide and seek, mazes, puzzles, and many more — more than 50 songs, and a

variety of stories for special occasions. Uptoten.com also features advice for parents, a toy store,

and the Boowa and Kwala club.

As one of the leaders in children's products, Fisher Price also provides educational games and

activities you and your preschooler can play together online. The site offers alphabet coloring

pages, learning animal noises, shapes, numbers, ABCs, and more. Make story time extra special

as you read the Little People's stories of Maggie, Sonya Lee, and Eddie to your kids.

With a light design, soft music, and adorable illustrations, the games at Orsinal are simple and

cute, and teach basic hand-eye coordination. These games may be extra challenging for young

children, as they require somewhat-developed speed, reflexes, and mouse skills. The lack of loud

beeps and bright flashes are sure to keep parents coming back for more.