Spring Learning Websites: For Fourth to Sixth Grade

There are so many different websites with interactive learning content! This spring, explore some we highly recommend for children in fourth through sixth grade.

ABCYa.com: Pick your grade and you'll find a wide variety of colorful, teacher-created games about language arts, math, strategy and holidays that you can play.

Arcademic Skill Builders: These educational video games are action-packed! Race the computer or other kids by answering questions on addition, multiplication, money and more!

BrainPOP: BrainPOP's animation brings learning concepts to life! Explore the world from a new perspective, learn civics or explore the future of technology in these immersive learning games.

Funbrain: You can find plenty of fun games at Funbrain. But that's not all! You can also read some popular books through this website, including Diary of A Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney, Timmy Failure: Sanitized for your Protection by Stephan Pastis and The Sisters Club: Rule of Three by Megan McDonald.


National Geographic Kids: Trust National Geographic to have fantastic games, quizzes and videos all about animals, weird but true facts, geography and exploration.

Sheppard Software: You can find a game about almost any topic, from animals to nutrition to geography, on this website with games for all ages.

Try these online resources available with your Chicago Public Library card or at a Chicago Public Library location.

CultureGrams: Explore the customs, lifestyles and history of countries and territories around the world. Use the Kids Edition for international coverage or the States Edition for United States information.

World Book Student: Look up almost anything you want in this edition of World Book, featuring more than 40,000 encyclopedia articles. If you don't know where to start, explore the featured media and biography collections.

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