Here is a list of fun links for Parents and Kids.
Teach Your Monster to Read - The game is for children in the first stages of learning to read, or for older children who need a bit more practice. The game takes children on a magical journey, meeting colorful characters along the way and collecting fantastic rewards.
PBS Kids - fun printables and games featuring your favorite PBS Kids characters.
Peep and the Big Wide World - play games and learn about science with Peep, Chirp & Quack. Don't forget to sing along with the show's great theme song! (Don't you just love a good theme song?)
The Toymaker - This amazing artist's web site has paper toys you can print, fold, glue and play, all for free! Perfect for a rainy day when you hear the familiar "I don't have anything to do..."
Pigeon Presents! - This site has games, coloring pages and all sorts of good stuff featuring Mo Willem's hilarious characters, like Naked Mole Rat, Elephant & Piggie and of course the Pigeon (whom I am told, under no circumstances is he to be allowed to drive the bus). When you move the cursor over the button for the parents page you hear "Grown up stuff, bor-ing!"
The 39 Clues - Anyone reading this series will love the web site. It has information about upcoming books, games (with prizes!) and message boards you can chat with other Cahills about The 39 Clues.
Nobel Prize Games for Kids - these are games based on Nobel Prize winning research - it is way cooler than it sounds. They have a blood typing game, a laser challenge game and my favorite - diabetic dog (you learn about diabetes while taking care of your diabetic dog). These would be perfect for supporting a homeschooling science curriculum.
NASA Kids Club - Space!