Educational Products and Games

Learning Made Fun

This page contains articles on educational products and games for parents to play with their children. The activities promote family time and togetherness, as well as practice various learning skills. There are examples of math, spelling, science, coordination and memory games. Each article includes information on how the game or activity works and explains the educational benefits.

Battleship: A Logic and Critical Thinking Skill Game for Kids

Battleship is a fun game and a great learning tool. It's a fun way to improve your child's graphing and critical thinking skills. Read on to learn more.

Chess: A Great Way to Improve Your Child's Analytical and Problem Solving Skills.

Chess is a fun way for your child to exercise their brain, interact with other children, and improve their critical thinking and strategy skills.

Five Science Games

Science can be fun, but sometimes it needs a little help. For many kids science's just not that interesting. But it should be. Read on to find out five games that make learning science fun.

Hangman-The Classic Effect of Word Games

Hangman may not be as hip as the newest video game, but this classic word game still remains a surefire way to increase your child's vocabulary and interest in reading and writing.

Logic Games and Your Child

Read on to how logic games (like the free ones available on this site!) can help stimulate your child's academic development and make learning fun.

Mad Libs: A Fun Word Game That Teaches Nouns, Verbs, and Adjectives.

Mad Libs is an interactive game that allows your child to use nouns, verbs, and adjectives in a way that creates a funny story. Read on to learn how to use Mad Libs to help your child learn about nouns, verbs, and adjectives.

Math Games--Searching for a Good Time

Searching for great math help can be challenging. Read on to learn how and why to take advantage of math games and activities that offer your child the challenge they're looking for.

NIEHS Kid's Web site

The National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) has a kid's website with a long list of ecology themed games both original games and old favorites. Read on to learn more.

Remembering the Importance of Memory (Games)

Good memory skills are essential for a successful schooling experience. Read on to find out how memory games can stimulate your child's academic success.

Scrabble: An Entertaining Way to Improve Your Child's Vocabulary and Spelling Skills

Scrabble is a fun way to improve your child's english, vocabulary, reading, and overall grammar skills. Read on to learn more about Scrabble and how it can benefit you and your child.

Sudoku: a Logic Based Educational Puzzle for Kids

Playing sudoku can improve your child's critical thinking, math, and logic skills. These puzzles vary in level of difficulty and can provide fun for students of all ages. Read on to learn more about this addictive puzzle.

Taking Logic Games to a New Level--Tower of Hanoi

Introducing your child to logic games increases the chances that he or she will recognize patterns and form conclusions with more confidence in all school subjects. Learn more about the Tower of Hanoi, an effective yet simple game that builds...

The Value of Memory Games--Making Memories with Your Child

Memory games are an entertaining and enriching way to train your child to focus his or her attention and make note of details and relationships. Encourage your child play the following fun, do-it-yourself memory games.

Three Spelling Games

Here are three games that make a game of spelling, add a bit of fun to the endeavor and give students a competitive incentive for getting a handle on their letters.

Two Math Games

Here are two math games to give students a competitive incentive for getting a handle on their numbers.

Typing Games Increase Coordination and Open Doors

Having great typing skills and hand coordination means more to children today than it did even ten years ago. These days it's assumed that by a certain age your child should be familiar with the computer keyboard. Take advantage of online games...