Watch your child fall in love with reading with our game-based online learning program scientifically designed for pre-k to grade 5 kids.
It’s been really awesome to see how engaged my son has been in learning while also having healthy screentime. The learning games are bite-sized so it makes it easy to customize how much time he spends on SplashLearn.
Parent of Kindergartener
Every day she picks what she wants to learn, and to her, it feels like playing games! The best part is that they email you progress reports to understand how they are doing and where they need help. I absolutely love this program!
Parent of 1st Grader
It’s such a fun way to get kids excited about learning. The cool thing is that you can add multiple kids and keep a track of their progress through the parent app.
Parent of 1st, 3rd and 4th Grader
SplashLearn is an award-winning learning program that uses games and activities to engage kids in grades PreK- 5.
SplashLearn provides the perfect balance of fun and learning that builds math and reading skills in children. Over 40 million kids globally love SplashLearn.
SplashLearn offers a curriculum-aligned and personalized learning experience for kids in Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 5.
SplashLearn covers PreK to Grade 5 Math and Reading with 4,000+ learning games and educational activities.
SplashLearn is compatible with desktop, tablets, and smartphones.
SplashLearn provides an out-of-the-box learning experience that builds math and reading skills and boosts confidence in children—making them independent learners.
SplashLearn follows the Common Core curriculum for all of its learning content.
We give utmost importance to your child's safety and privacy. We do not collect personal information and ensure a child-friendly and ad-free learning experience.
If you are a parent, you can get started by clicking on the Signup button. If you are a teacher and want to use SplashLearn for your classes, please click on the same Signup button to continue.
Kids love engaging tasks. The more exciting it is, the more likely they are to complete it.
Kids are more willing to learn when they enjoy what they’re doing. And when it comes to reading, it should be fun all the way!
Reading games make learning an enjoyable and interesting activity. But are kids supposed to enjoy learning? Of course, they are!
The more the kid likes the activity, the more they’ll spend time on it. That is to say, the more they stay engaged, the more they will learn. The amount of time any learner spends on the topic directly correlates to their reading success.
Great reading exercises should make the child feel motivated to start. As a result, they can effectively continue and succeed in completing the reading activities.
And you can’t limit reading to just books. With the world going online, reading games are a great way to bring in a technological angle!
SplashLearn offers various mobile-based games that can enhance your kid's reading and learning.
Reading should be developmental. While every child learns differently, make sure you incorporate lessons based on their capability. Check how they hold their attention. Understand which strategy can work the best to keep them interested in learning.
Parents are the most important teacher a child can ever have. Children do better when they have supportive parents. For this, you need to build a strong relationship with your kid. Make sure you stay away from language barriers. Turn to TV shows that can add to their knowledge base.
Get to know their friends. Invite their friends to play at home together.
Reading games can be more fun if they can be discussed and played. Set aside a proper time and place for homework. Make homework habitual so that they don’t feel bored doing it. If they are reluctant to take up any activity, understand the real reason for it. Explain to them in the best possible way.
ELA games include different levels of reading skills. Some of them deal with: phonemic awareness, vocabulary building, fluency in reading and phonic skills. Kids like to have games offering a complete learning experience.
Each of these fantastic lessons is based on thorough research. They follow a specific structure by starting from Remember and ending with Create.
Remember → Understand → Apply → Analyze → Evaluate → Create
Further, you can see them divided into two categories: Phonics and Sight Words.
The initial process may be slow, but it will be rewarding later. It’s essential to devote sufficient time to your child’s learning process.
If your child is unable to understand something, don’t push it. Remember, slow and steady wins the race. Learn more about Reading Games with SplashLearn.