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ABCya

Eli's reading resource teacher shared a website with me yesterday that I would like to pass along. It's called ABCya. There are separate educational sections with fantastic games for ages kindergarten through 5th grade.


I browsed the 2nd grade level, and it includes age-appropriate games about Letters, Numbers, Shapes, Geometry, Patterns, Mouse Manipulation, Art and Holiday games. There are lots and lots of fun and creative games for children to play. They are fun, but oh, so educational.

Eli's favorite, in his short time playing it, was Create a Car.


A lot of the games also have Apps available for purchase (99 cents for most of them) for the iPad and iPhone.

I have been looking for another free website for games similar to Starfall, for some time. I think I have found it. I can feel confident having Eli and Brynne play these games.

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  1. We have some of their apps and love them. Stack the States is a favorite around here. I had not heard of the Create a Car app- my sons are having fun playing around with it today. I am exploring the website to see what is available. Thanks for the heads up.

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  2. Looks like you've found yourself a winner! Thanks for sharing with Favorite Resources :)

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