• TumbleBooks are free animated E-books for kids.
  • TumbleBooks are created in flash animation.
Click here for TumbleBooks


If you are having trouble entering the site or viewing any of the books or quizzes, make sure you have downloaded the Flash 6 plug-in. You can download it for free. It only takes a few seconds and you will then be able to view the great animation and hear the engaging narration.

Fun Sites of the Month

  • Fun Brain - Free educational games, online books, and comics. Created for kids ages preschool through grade 8.
  • Wonderpolis - A place where natural curiosity and imagination lead to exploration and discovery in learners of all ages.
  • Spatulatta - A kid-friendly cooking website with lots videos and recipes.
  • National Gallery of Art Kids - Art adventures and activities from the National Gallery of Art.
  • Sesame Street - Games, videos, art and music from your favorite muppets.
  • Highlights Kids - A fun site based on the Highlight magazine
  • BBC History for Kids - Games, quizzes and facts sheets for children interested in history.
  • iCivics - Game, activity and resource filled website, founded by Justice, Sandra Day O’Conner to help young people of all ages learn about the government.
  • My Garbology - An interactive site that helps elementary-age students better understand how they can reduce trash and stop polluting.
  • ABCYa - Educational kids computer games and activities for elementary students.
  • The Kidz Page - Explore free printable and online kids games, activities, puzzles, clip art, coloring pages and online coloring.
  • Scholastic Kids
  • Looking for learning games and printables for kids? Here you can find I SPY learning games, Clifford printables, and interact with other great Scholastic brands.
  • Kids Know It - Quality Educational Activities, Products, Movies, Music, Kids Games, Articles, Text Books, Learning Programs, Lesson Plans, and Worksheets
  • Khan Academy - Math, science, computer programming, history, art and more free online learning for all ages.
  • Code increases diversity in computer science by reaching students of all backgrounds where they are - at their skill-level.
  • Sprout Kids - Enjoy fun games and videos featuring your favorite Sprout friends.
  • Discovery Kids - All things animal and science for children with free activities, games and videos.
  • E-Learning for Kids - Provides children with fun high-quality digital primary education for free.
  • NASA Kids Club - Junior Astronauts learn all about space on their level and at their pace through fun games and activities.
  • Dr. Seuss' Seussville - Official site of Dr. Seuss and the Cat in the Hat featuring games, printable activities, and the complete illustrated character guide.


If you have suggestions or recommendations for other fun sites for kids ages 4 to 14 years old, email them to us.