Free Educational Web Games

Free Educational Games

Free Phonics Games



Mad Glibs

Counties of the World

Elements in the Periodic Table

U.S. States

U.S. State Capitols

Sign the Alphabet

State Capitols


Free Math Games

Add to 10 (Fire the Ball)

Comparing Fractions (Dirt Bike Tug of War)

Division (Drag Race)


Subtraction (Minus Mission Shooting)

Multiplication (Race Car)

Ratios to Fractions (Shoot Down Blaster)

Multiply, Add and Subtract (Spaceship Race Game)


Foreign Languages

100 Chinese Characters

How to Pronounce Mandarin

Learn Chinese Characters

Memrise – Learning Languages Online

Online Chinese Dictionary

Spanglish Baby

Spanish Playground

Spanish Bookworld – Free Spanish Lessons for Kids

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  1. Learning + Gaming what else could be more perfect than that 🙂

  2. Yes, learning through gaming is really an innovative style of imparting the education to the students. Students are much interested in games, and learning through gaming drives their interest towards education. Thank you for the resources shared, keep blogging.
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  3. You really learn something in every game, you improve different skills in each games.

  4. Learning through games make it easier and attractive. I hope government will concern about it too in my country. There’s no such a things in my country, or if there is, its not reachable for every kids.

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