With so many websites available for kids, it takes a long time to find which ones truly stand out from the pack. Kids may gravitate towards websites with exciting games and popular characters, but that doesn’t always make them the best. Best Kids Websites has done the hard work for you, highlighting 2014’s best kids websites. These amazing websites for kids combine innovation, fun, and education. Not only will kids enjoy visiting them, they’ll learn a little bit and get to express themselves creatively too.

Games for Change

With Games for Change, kids can play games with a deeper purpose. Imagine downloading a game to help give a bicycle to a kid in an impoverished country or learning about natural gas pipelines and the controversy surrounding them while playing a fun pipe game. These are the kinds of games kids will find when visiting Games for Change. While the website doesn’t host the games, it does directly link to these special games, helping kids easily connect to games with a purpose.

Animal Jam

National Geographic’s Animal Jam gives kids a chance to create an animal, and then enter the virtual animal world. As kids play games, watch videos, and explore the world, kids complete achievements, interact with other animals, and even learn about the animal world. Certain parts of the world do require a paid membership, but kids can still access a lot of free options and cannot sign up for a paid membership without a parent’s help.

Build with Chrome

If kids love building with LEGOs, they’ll really love Build with Chrome. This partnership between LEGO and Google combines the fun of LEGOs with digital technology, allowing kids to build amazing LEGO creations on a virtual baseplate. They can choose to free build or go through the academy to really improve their building skills. Best of all, they have access to all the virtual LEGOs they want.


Math Game Time

Build kids’ math skills with Math Game Time. Kids from pre-k to seventh grade will find an ever-increasing selection of free math games, videos, and worksheets. Look for free resources related to skills such as addition, subtraction, algebra, and even physics, as well as fun topics for kids such as racing. Of course, a lot of the games are also just plain fun.


Funbrain regularly ranks as one of the best kids websites because of the high quality and sheer amount of free content it provides for kids. Those who want to build their math skills can head to the arcade and play fun math games involving baseball, space, and other topics kids love. Kids interested in reading can head over to the reading section and find books such as Galactic Hot Dogs and Diary of a Wimpy Kid, as well as fun comic strips written just for kids. There’s also a playground area just for fun and kids can create an account to track their progress.

Creative Kids Central

The Creative Kids Education Foundation and Classical KUSC present Creative Kids Central, a website designed to help teach kids all about classical musical. Kids will see different classical pieces and types of music illustrated with kid-friendly animations. They’ll also get to play fun games, such as a game where they can create their own opera with Hansel & Gretel and one where they learn about chamber music in 1890’s Vienna.


Spark the Fire Dog goes digital at Sparky.org, a website focused on teaching kids about fire safety. Kids can print fun fire safety activities, learn all about fire trucks by playing fun games, and watch cartoons featuring the popular fire dog. Older kids can also send e-cards to their friends to remind them to play it safe when it comes to fire.

Math Chimp

Math Chimp provides kids with a fun way to improve their math skills while also meeting the Common Core State Standards. All games, videos, and worksheets are organized by grade-level and are searchable by Common Core domain. Kids will find fun, free resources for 1st grade through 8th grade.


With DIY.org, kids can build new skills and self-confidence as they complete achievements and level up in different areas. Creating an account requires a parent’s approval through an e-mailed permission slip. Once approval is granted, kids can start discovering new skills and building up their levels in skills such as leatherwork, archery, animal feeding, and fashion illustration.

Beverly Clearly

For decades, kids have loved Beverly Cleary’s books. Now they can interact with some of her most popular characters, including Ramona, Henry, and Socks, through her website. This website features profiles of each character, as well as fun games and activities incorporating those characters. Help keep Rigsby in line or practice spelling words with Beezus.

Have your kids check out these websites today! Have other favorites? Share them with us and maybe they’ll make our next list of favorites.