|Parents & Teachers FAQ
|What is the purpose of this site?
Our goal is to provide the most comprehensive listing of kids games on the Internet for kids of all ages. For your benefit, we have categorized the educational games on this site in order to help you find the best games. We believe that fun, engaging products help kids learn best. We will be launching our own games in the next several months that will enable kids to learn and interact with one another in a safe, fun environment.
Click here to learn more about us, or visit our blog.
I am a teacher or librarian, how can I use your site in my classroom or at my library?
We have a research survey we are asking teachers to fill out. Your insight would be appreciated!
We're excited to work with teachers and librarians to help them find games relevant to material in their classroom or library.
Click here if you wish to join our teacher advisory board.
Is your site free?
Yes, absolutely! Some of the games we link to may be available for purchase, but we will try out best to label them as such.
Using this site requires nothing other than a computer and browser.
What are technical requirements for using this site?
There are very few requirements. You need to have some kind of Web browser, such as Internet Explorer or Firefox. In addition,
most of the games on the site are available in Flash, so we recommend that you download the latest version in case you don't
already have it.
Are all of your games educational?
Every game listed on this site has some kind of educational value, whether in the form of testing specific skills (math, reading)
or integrating real-world learning. We place games in the appropriate categories so that parents, teachers, and kids can easily find
the content that best appeals to them.
How do you find games to include on the site?
We find educational games to put on the site in two ways. First, Our editorial team searches through the Internet to find the best
content. In addition, we receive valuable feedback from visitors like you. Every game on the site is editorially examined.
I am a game publisher/developer, can you link to my game?
We are always looking for more content to put on the site. If you have a game that you feel would be be useful to the visitors of
this site, please contact us.
Many teachers have also elected to put some of our content on their site. See below for more information on that.
Can I use some of your content in my site?
Please contact us and we would be happy to discuss content sharing arrangements with you or your organization.