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Preschoolers and kindergartners can get a running start to learning online with the launch of Funbrain Jr. Brought to parents and kids by the trusted site, Funbrain, this new free website offers the youngest learners, ages 2-6, and their parents a safe and fun place to play games, read stories and find printables together.
When little ones and their parents visit Funbrain Jr., they are welcomed by a host of colorful, engaging and humorous characters who guide them through the interactive activities. Online games that help little ones build early skills include “Mushroom Bounce” and “Bubble Up” for math and “A-Mazing Words” and “Rhyme Time” for literacy. All of the early learning games were developed specifically for young learners to help them build problem-solving and computer skills. Plus, as kids play the games, they earn Funbrain Jr. virtual stickers that they can add to colorful stickerboard scenes on the site.
“Even the littlest tots are anxious to go online and play and explore like their parents and older siblings. Yet, it is important for parents to know where they are going and what they are doing when they are online,” said Jess M. Brallier, publisher, Funbrain Jr. and Funbrain. “With Funbrain Jr., young learners and parents now have a fun and safe online world where they can play and engage with high-quality content.”
Funbrain Jr. is the place to find online books for kids based on well-known and beloved characters such as Olivia, Katy Duck, the Robin Hill School Series, and Stuart J. Murphy’s I See I Learn® Series. These are made available by the Simon & Schuster Children’s Division and Charlesbridge Publishing. Parents and kids will also love the books featuring original Funbrain Jr. characters. These page-turners engage kids with their colorful illustrations and compelling tales of fun and adventure.
Funbrain Jr.’s free printable activities, coloring pages and skill-building worksheets can be searched by age, category and keyword. Kids and parents can print them out and have fun learning with literacy skill-builders, such as “Beach Day Letter Match” and math skill-builders, such as “Count the Number Birds,” as well as picture puzzles, doodle pages, mazes and connect-the-dots activities.
For more information visit: http://www.funbrainjr.com
Source: Press Release