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Kindergarten Online Games

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Kindergarten Online Games

Kindergarteners have inquiring minds and a natural drive to learn all about the world, and how it operates. We have created a variety of online kindergarten learning games that provide all children with an enjoyable and meaningful learning experience. Our interactive educational games are built to provide a broad-based learning foundation that helps kids acquire basic literary and math skills. In no time, your child can learn to read, tell the time, solve simple math problems, learn about the environment, and so much more. Check out Turtle Diary's games for kindergarten below to get started!

FAQs

What Type of Online Games Should Kindergarten Kids Play?

Kids in Kindergarten should be encouraged to try a variety of games so they can explore and practice a variety of subjects. For Language Arts, kids can begin with games that help them to practice both manual dexterity and to recognize sight words as they begin to read. For math, begin simple with number recognition and more, adding on games that reinforce skip counting and number play. They can also work with basic logic and spatial awareness with puzzle games like tangrams or shape matching. For Science, all kids love learning about the five senses, life cycles, and the way the world works as they look both inward and outward.

How Can You Make Kindergarten Fun?

Focusing on the excitement of learning new subjects and listening to their feelings helps kids power through their kindergarten day. From their perspective, kids can use Turtle Diary to have fun and play games while parents know they are reinforcing their other worldly skills. From learning to type to spending time rhyming, kids can grow in leaps and bounds when you give them the right vehicle for learning. Paying attention to what they are studying in school and finding games to match keeps kindergarten fun for everyone. And with Turtle Diary’s wide selection of games, kids can be free to make their own choices and you can know their skills will grow.

What Should a Kindergartener Know Academically?

Basic subjects learned by a kindergartener include math, english, science, and writing. Mathematic skills include number recognition, counting to 30, basic shape recognition, and simple addition problems. English assignments begin with letter recognition and phonics, and moves onto sight words or working on phonics to read to themselves. They should also be able to write all 26 letters of the alphabet and understand that some words are spelled differently than they sound. Finally, telling time with digital and analog glocks, learning about money, and knowing about seasons and life cycles. Most of all, kindergarteners will use this as an opportunity to fuel future readiness.

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