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Good websites for children?

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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
As title says.

We are SOOO fed up with CBeebies, anyone know any other particularly good websites for a 5 year old girl?

Not really into Barbie and definitely not Bratz - one where they can actually learn something would be great!

We'd be very grateful for any recommendations and will happily leave rep.
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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
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#1
Have you tried Disney toontown? it has a free trial but then you pay a subsciption, my daughter has been using it for about 18 months now and loves it, i think it would be suitable for a 5 year old.
[url]www.disney.co.uk/toontown[/url]
#2
HUKD- get them while their young
#3
Mine like [url]www.nickjr.co.uk[/url] and yahoo games. Some are actually quite educational. I'll ask my 5yr old daughter what else, and her 7yr old brother;-)
#4
Try google kids, this has just about everything for kids to teens.
Hope this helps.http://www.google.com/Top/Kids_and_Teens/
#6
hazechick
Try google kids, this has just about everything for kids to teens.
Hope this helps.


welcome to HotUKDeals :thumbsup:
1 Like #7
hi my daughter is six and in year one and loves [url]www.rainforestmaths.com[/url] its fab:thumbsup:
#8
Thanks for making me feel welcome :-)
#9
http://www.buyakid.com
user testimonials-
"They had the exact colour I was looking for!" Mrs M.A.Donna
"I'll be using you again." Ms A.Jolly and Bradley Pitt
etc.
#10
Thanks everyone - surprised to see so many replies already!

Will have a looksee through them when I get a few minutes free (you mums know what i mean by that LOL!)

billyX no offence, but might skip yours as the last thing I need is another one, but thanks for taking the time to reply :-D
#11
vinylandtrinkets
you could also try [url]www.nick.com[/url] my son loves this site and he's six also.
If funds allow invest in the leapster handheld console. We bought him one years ago and its money well spent, excellent learning tool and they plug in to the TV these days.


I spent a good few quid setting up the kids a V.Smile with all the extras, LCD TV and DVD player a few months ago, so don't really want to put money into anything - my 2 have too many toys anyways and are always fighting over MY DS! Thanks for the suggestion, though - just looking for something to get them using a computer every now and again.
#12
REDRANGER86
HUKD- get them while their young


I wouldn't put this website onto anybody else for the following reasons:

1) The severe side effects it causes
2) More viewers mean more chance that I will miss out on that item that I never knew I wanted/needed but suddenly can't live without!
#13
http://www.killwithme.com

just a suggestion :?
#14
mrszerrouk
billyX no offence, but might skip yours as the last thing I need is another one, but thanks for taking the time to reply :-D

Lol, i'm a Primary school teacher, you'd not believe (actually you would) how many 'nah, you can keep him' comments we get a week!
Thanks to everyone posting here- i'm logging the links i've not seen before too- will come in useful for me :thumbsup:
#15
paulam
hi my daughter is six and in year one and loves [url]www.rainforestmaths.com[/url] its fab:thumbsup:


Thanks for this one! my 9 year old will like it i think. rep given
#16
My daughter came home from school with this one today
[url]www.worldmathsday.com[/url]

You are pitted against other studenst around the world. As I said she is 9 and loved the competition of this and the possibility of competing against kids from around the world. Not sure how long this will be around as it is especially for world maths day on the 5th.
#17
My daughter is 6, and in Year 1, and I found this for her yesterday:

[url]www.adoptme.com[/url]

It is a virtual pet online, and it kept her occupied for ages.
#18
mrszerrouk
I spent a good few quid setting up the kids a V.Smile with all the extras, LCD TV and DVD player a few months ago, so don't really want to put money into anything - my 2 have too many toys anyways and are always fighting over MY DS! Thanks for the suggestion, though - just looking for something to get them using a computer every now and again.


Wish it was more like that in this house. I'm 5th in a line of 5 to get to use the laptop here :x
#19
billyX
Lol, i'm a Primary school teacher, you'd not believe (actually you would) how many 'nah, you can keep him' comments we get a week!
Thanks to everyone posting here- i'm logging the links i've not seen before too- will come in useful for me :thumbsup:


Me too, God knows why? Only get to use it when everyone else is asleep
banned 1 Like #20
He he.... I can recommend one of my own sites!!!!!

Link 1

Link 2

Just browse around... there will be a few more worth having a look at within.
#21
blimey guv... rep added there! The flash Barnaby stuff is brilliant! Your own work?
banned#22
The site is - but not the flash. Auntie Beeb!!! ;-)
#23
My 5year old daughter loves [url]www.stardoll.com[/url] - you dress up celebrities! Maybe not suitable for education though. Her 10 year old sister introduced her to it.

All my kids love [url]www.clubpenguin.com[/url] - a kind of game/social/fun site. They do it at school.
#24
thanks a lot for such lovely sites.I use this for kids
http://www.miniclip.com/toons/en/

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