Featuring “anytime/anywhere access” to educational fun, IknowThat.com focuses on the educational needs of children ages 2-11. While there is content for preschoolers, the majority of the activities target 1st to 6th graders.
Children access the website’s activities by choosing an academic subject from a pinwheel. There are excellent math drill activities with Leon the Chameleon, a karate-punching lizard. An early reading game stands out because it teaches children how to blend sounds to create words. In the history section, kids will find an inventive animated sticker game using ancient Egyptian people and artifacts. The geography games make learning states and countries fun.
The content of this site does not change as often as Kindle Park and not all of the activities are top-notch. Nonetheless, the strong geography, math drill, and early reading activities make it a good investment.
A virtual tour and free trial are available on the site. A one-year subscription costs $34.95 for a family of 2 adults and up to 4 children. School pricing is at $199 per year for up to 30 students and 4 adults.
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