Kids development website "KidBrainy"
The logical and developing games for kids
Kids development website "KidBrainy"
The logical and developing games for kids
The site has been translated from Russian. Please let us know if you find an error in translation.



Developing games is a guarantee of successful studies!


The younger the person is, the easier he perceives information. Studying foreign languages is easier for children, just like it is easier for them to go in for sports or arts. Children under the age of five perceive information on the sensual level, and there is no better way to make a little boy or girl think more than trough playing games.

Developing games represented on our website will help your child prepare for school and will also improve the logical thinking. These games are aimed at training mind, attention and the ability to analyze and synthesize information in an easy and accessible way. Children brought up with the help of developing games, or the so-called ‘kid developers’, catch everything on the wing.

The website KidBrainy represents developing games for boys and girls aged zero-to-ten. Games for children are divided into three age categories: games for children under three years of age, tasks for children aged three-to-five and educating programmes for children from six years and older.

Attention, mind and memory tasks are given in a separate section, and a vast section is devoted to reading.

Among the most popular games are the following: find the pair, make up the word, the odd letters and so on and so forth. This is a website for children, a website where they will find a lot of useful and interesting.

Earlier, parents used to play with their little children, but now that there are computer development games, it has become much easier to help ‘kidbrainies’ grow up into real ‘brainiacs’.

The modern school already requires profound knowledge from the first former, and the claims are increasing year by year.

To go to the first form of a comprehensive school a child must:
• know all the letters of the alphabet;
• read – desirable (almost all first formers can read by syllables);
• recognize sounds (not letters!) by ear;
• make up sentences with given words;
• pint (write in block letters) - desirable;
• orientate oneself on the page and in the notebook - desirable;
• count from one to ten and vice versa;
• count to 100 – desirable, but not necessary.

Of course, requirements vary from one school to another: some require that the first former should not only be able to read and write, but also do simple sums. Developing games will be an indispensable help in it, for you can simply leave your child learn and explore the website KidBrainy while you do your work without worries.