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kids sportsIf your grandkids are pre-teens or teens, they most likely are interested in the world of sports. They love to play soccer or rugby, they love to watch others play, and they also enjoy reading about their favourite sports celebrities. An added bonus to interacting with great sports websites is the amount of reading it takes to get around the sites. Kids will be reading and gathering information without even being aware of the learning taking place. Here are the best sports websites for kids.

Sports Illustrated Kids

Sports Illustrated website for kids is a treasure trove of sporting information. There are facts and photos, videos of highlights, kid-powered interviews of sport celebrities and blogs related to all things sport. Kids will love tracking the highlights of baseball, basketball, football, soccer and more.


Exploratorium is a website done by The Museum of Science, Art and Human Perception in San Francisco. This site allows kids to interact in a variety of ways, but their sporting section is unique with its opportunity to explore the physics of skateboarding, ice skating and the forces at work in the sporting world.



This site is a spectacular compilation of facts, photos and the history of sporting arenas around the world. Whether you’re interested in football, hockey, track and field, soccer or baseball, you’ll find all you ever wanted to know about the venues in which they are played. There is a wealth of information on past Olympic sites.