If you are stuck indoors, like most of us are right now and need something for the kids, here is one webiste Gemma found for her two girls.
Mundo Primaria has been developed with the clear premise that learning can be fun . For this reason, with the support of experienced teachers and pedagogues, we have created thousands of free educational games perfect to complement the education of Primary and Infant students.
All the material has been prepared by the Mundo Primaria team of professionals, classifying it by subject area and age, based on the official curricula for each course. This ensures that anyone, be it a teacher, father or mother of students from these educational periods, can find the game that best suits their needs.
Perhaps in this case the peace of mind of being able to leave your children an electronic device with an Internet connection for them to play, knowing that what they are seeing are children’s games designed for their age, being one of the strengths of this content.
But also, we are aware that many parents want to have a direct relationship with the education and primary stage of their children, so they get involved in this work, doing exercises and helping them to review the relevant areas; With these online games for children, just turn on the computer, the table or even the mobile and start playing. So the fathers and mothers of the children save a lot of time in having to look for exercises to be able to practice with them.
Children’s games up to 2 years
Related to the basics or early stimulation … Colors, sounds and other simple stimuli work for the little ones in the house.
Educational games for children from 3 to 5 years
Here the complexity increases, in these games elements such as discrimination or association of concepts and basic logical challenges are incorporated. We find matching games, or looking for hidden objects.
Educational games for primary (from 6 to 12 years old)
The section for school-age children in the Primary Education stage. They are games presented as an exercise, following an order and development based on the teaching curriculum and ordered by subject and area.