Free Interactive Games For Young Learners

Make learning FUN with the help of these free interactive games for early learners! From constructing bridges to dressing up their favorite characters in silly outfits, there’s a game that any child can enjoy at home, on the road, or in the classroom.

Bubble Build | GASHA GO!
Subject: Math
It’s time to build some bubbles to fill the Gashapon arcade machine! Use your knowledge of numbers to help the Gashlings make as many bubbles as you can. Bubble Build is a skill-building math game that focuses on developing children’s number sense, which is a sense of what numbers mean and their relationship to one another.

Claw Control | GASHA GO!
Subject: Computer Science
It’s going to be a busy day at the Claw Control machine! We have a BIG problem. We need to make as many stuffed animals as we can to fill up the machines before the kids show up. In order to help the Gashlings, you have to use your decomposition skills, which is breaking the problem into smaller parts.

Costume Box Digital Game | Peg + Cat
Subject: The Arts
In this digital game, children can dress-up all their favorite friends from Peg + Cat. Get Peg, Cat, and friends all dressed up—in the silliest of outfits, of course! Shuffle up the clothes they’re wearing by clicking the arrows. You might even earn a rock or two!

3-2-1 Snack Digital Game | Peg + Cat
Subject: Math
Your children will learn, numbers, counting, and cardinality in this Peg + Cat game. Cat is very hungry, and he needs you to feed him in a cool new way. Find the exact amount of food, and get the right number of chickens to help. Then watch them send the food flying through the air and into Cat’s mouth!

Do You See My Seahorse Digital Game | The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!
Subject: Math
This game from The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! teaches children numbers, counting, cardinality, as well as comparing sets and numerical relations. The baby seahorses have become separated from their fathers! Use the number clues to ensure a happy reunion for all. Count groups of babies to find the groups with the same number of babies as the numerals on each seahorse father.

Ruff’s Cookie Creator – Game | The Ruff Ruffman Show
Subject: Science
Use science inquiry to explore and test different ingredients to help Ruff make, decorate, and serve cookies to his family in this kitchen science game from The Ruff Ruffman Show.

Super Inventions Digital Game | Martha Speaks
Subject: English/Language Arts
In this Martha Speaks interactive story, learn how animal abilities have inspired inventions over the years. Birds inspired people to invent the first airplanes. A lizards sticky feet led to the invention of special glue for bandages. Chameleons helped give us the idea for camouflage clothing. When used as a part of Martha’s True Stories Buddies Program, buddy pairs engage with the interactive story, then talk and write about a new Animal Inspiration Invention.

Catch the Centigurps Digital Game | Odd Squad
Subject: Math
This game from Odd Squad will help children with: numbers, cardinality and counting by using 1’s, 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s to 100. They can help the Odd Squad team capture Centigurps in this fast-paced game!

Mindy’s Moonball Digital Game | Ready Jet Go!
Subject: Science
Children will learn about physical science and motion and stability with gravity in this game from Ready, Jet, Go! Players must tweak each level’s obstacles so that the basketball can be guided into the hoop, all while experimenting with force and gravity levels from planet to planet

Hamster Run – Game | The Ruff Ruffman Show
Subject: Engineering and Technology
Use this game from The Ruff Ruffman Show to help children learn motion and stability: forces and interactions through physical science. Use the engineering design process to build, test, and redesign structures to help the hungry hamsters reach their food!

A Tale of Two Soup Cans Digital Game | Martha Speaks
Subject: English/Language Arts
In this Martha Speaks interactive story, students learn how the choices we make about our trash have different consequences for our environment. A discarded soup can can end up in a landfill, whereas a reused or recycled can become something new! When used as a part of Martha’s True Stories Buddies Program, buddy pairs engage with the interactive story, then create an Advice Column that offers ways to reuse, repurpose, or compost old things.

Rock Art Digital Game | Peg + Cat
Subject: The Arts
Use this Peg + Cat game to introduce children to reading, writing, and representing numbers and while counting and being oh so creative. Children can pick up rocks and use them to create works of art. They can learn to draw characters from Peg + Cat or create their own special art work.

Hide and Seek Digital Game | Elinor Wonders Why
Subject: Science
After spotting a lizard hidden in plain sight, Elinor, Ari and Olive are inspired to play a game of hide and seek – and you’re invited too! Make observations about the best places to hide (and blend in) with Elinor and friends.

Bridge-a-Rama Digital Game | The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!
Subject: Engineering and Technology
This Cat in the Hat game will help your child learn spatial visualizations and transformations by building a bridge. The Dragon needs help getting across Spansylvania to make it to a birthday party! Fill in gaps using objects that are both long enough and strong enough to make a bridge.

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