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math games for kids – this is sponsored post by PowerMyLearning.  These opinions are 100% mine.

This website is GREAT!  It really is!   I was asked to look into this post for a company, but let me tell you that I am hooked!  This website, PowerMyLearning is fantastic!  It takes the most fun and educational games from other websites (ex: StarFall, scholastic, readwritethink, and more) and combines them into one free webpage.

We  have three sons and one daughter.   I am a mom, a play therapist and I was a teacher for years before I decided to stay home.  I am always on the hunt for an educational website. If I can find an educational website that our sons will learn from, I am happy!  I would rather them play on a learning site than play on the Wii or watch TV, so during their down time, this can be a great activity.

Our oldest son could play on the computer for as long as we would let him.   I only let him play on educational websites, but he likes this one because it is like a game.   (Robot math is fun for boys, trust me!)   This one has a TON of math games, too, which are hard to find.  They are broken into area, too… geometry, algebra, probability & so many more!  (for all grades k-12)

Why do I love this website for our kids?

1- I don’t have to keep clicking to different websites– this one has all of the games in one spot. There are more than he could probably even play.  I love the variety and I love that it is a safe place to have him sit and play his learning games.

2- I can filter his games to how I want him to learn.  I could do math, language arts or one of several other subjects.

I wanted to try to share PowerMyLearning with you, so here are a few screenshots.

Here is a screenshot from my computer, showing you how it looks when you first sign up.  I signed up as a parent, instead of an educator, to show everyone how it looks if you are not a teacher.   Screen Shot 2013-08-15 at 9.45.39 AM


Here is a screenshot of K-2 Lanugage arts games.   Notice the source of the games:
He could play a game developing a poem, working on grammar or more… powerMylearning
Here was a game that we played for the Social Studies one.  Our 6 year old really liked it.  It asks you about how to build a house and then you build it step by step.

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Ok- I could seriously just keep taking screenshots and adding them as our kids play and learn, but I’d rather you just try it out for yourself.  This is a great website!  Set it up as a bookmark and start playing.  Have fun!   It is for kids in all grade levels, so you will feel good about your kids learning.  It is fun, challenging and I love it!

Head over PowerMyLearning and start playing! PML_blue_shadows4

Hi there!

I’m Becky, a former elementary school teacher turned certified child development therapist and blogger. I work at home with my husband and together we are raising (and partially homeschooling) our four children in the Carolinas. I love diet coke, ice cream, and spending time with my family.

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  1. Sounds great! My kids love doing their school work on the computer with games!

  2. This is a super great tool. I’m sharing it with my daughter who is always searching for online learning tools. Great post, thanks.

  3. Thank you for sharing this! This site sounds amazing. I can’t wait to check it out and see what my kids think of it too.

  4. Thanks for sharing this site with your readers. It will be great to use this with my kids.

  5. I am always looking for new games like this for the kids – thank you so much! So many aren’t really all that good, so I love hearing from other moms which ones kids truly like 🙂

  6. This sounds great, having fun while learning at the same time! Great post, thanks for sharing! 😉