Online FUN & Games for Kids with Dyslexia

October 11, 2014

FREE ONLINE LEARNING GAMES for Kids with Dyslexia!

 

Anagram Scramble - Free

In this game of anagrams, the goal is of course to create as many words as you can in a given amount of time, with a given set of letters. Points are dependent upon the length of the word, so try to find the longest words!

 

 

Boggle Bash - Free

Like the classic Boggle game, in Boggle Bash you must try to find as many words as you can before the clock runs out. Watch out—the game jumbles the letters for the last minute of the last round!

 

 

Chicktionary - Free

Try to spell as many words as you can from the letters on the chickens and solve the puzzle as fast as possible. Once you guess enough words, you will fill up the empty egg rack and advance to the next round.

 

 

DefineTime - Free

In this game of definitions and deception you’ll pit your word knowledge against the clock! You’ll be presented with a word and four alternative definitions. Choose the correct definition to move on to the next word.

 

 

Digging for Answers - Free

With each question—on topics ranging from astronomy to The Wizard of Oz—you have the choice of answering on your own or trying to beat the clock as you search for the answer on a Smithsonian website.

 

 

Frog's Rhyming Machine - Free

Press the button to have the frog generate a word for you with his bubble machine. Then, when three other words pop out of the machine, match the ones that rhyme. If you get it right, the frog will highlight and read the words aloud to you.

 

 

Knoword - Free

Knoword is a quick thinking game that helps boost vocabulary, spelling, speed of thought, as well as increasing analytical, observational, and typing skills. The object of the game is to complete as many words as possible by guessing a word based on its definition and first letter.

 

 

Math Run - Free

Solve the math problems as they scroll to the top of the screen, one after another. Be careful, though—if you hit the top, it's game over.

 

 

Scrabble - Free

Spell words and let them build off of each other with this online version of the classic game. The more complex the word, the more points you get and the more you learn!

 

 

Word Ruffle - Free

Another anagram game (much like Word Whomp, only simpler), Word Ruffle provides you with a set of scrambled letters, from which you must find as many words as possible.

 

 

Word Search 2 - Free

With fun categories such as "Classic Video Games" and "Italian Food," this word search game is a new take on an old classic.

 

 

Word Stone - Free

The objective of Word Stone is to form as many words as possible through moving and arranging the letter tiles before the whole grid crashes down.

 

 

Word Whomp - Free

Try to spell as many words as you can from a given set of letters before time runs out. The more words you unscramble, the more points and bonuses you receive.

 

GAME WEBSITES

 

ABCya - Free

ABCya contains educational online games and activities for elementary students that were created or approved by certified school teachers.

 

 

Boxer Jam - Free

Boxer Jam contains tons of free word puzzles, Sudoku games, word searches, jigsaw puzzles, trivia, word scrambles, and much more to help you have fun and learn something online.

 

Fablelane - Free

​This collaborative story writing site allows you to start the beginning of your story and have someone else finish it. It is a fun way to practice your writing skills and see your stories go in directions you never expected!

 

 

Starfall - Free

Starfall is a free public service site that aims to teach children to read with phonics. Their systematic phonics approach and phonemic awareness practice is perfect for younger students, students with learning disabilities, and ESL students.

 

 

Word Central - Free

These "robot" games target spelling, language skills, and vocabulary. The Alpha-Bot pronounces words to help test spelling skills, the Robo-Bee pollinates flowers with words on them to help test language skills, and much more.

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