11 Kids Websites That Will Trigger Your Childhood Nostalgia
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11 Kid Websites That Will Trigger Your Childhood Nostalgia As Soon As You See Their Logos

Get ready for a rush of nostalgia.

11 Kid Websites That Will Trigger Your Childhood Nostalgia As Soon As You See Their Logos
Adriana Gil

Nothing was better than being told that you could play on the computers during middle school recess or that once in a blue moon when you went to your mom's friend's house and could sit in front of a computer and play a game. Oh, and when the family got its first computer and it was your time to play... All the time. So, here is a list of websites that we all played as kids to trigger a memory of pure bliss.

1. "Webkinz"


Listen, you ALL already knew that this one was coming. "Webkinz" was the SHIZ as kids. You remember the feeling when you got your first Webkinz and the responsibility that was on your shoulders to love and nurture them... you might want to check in on them. I'm just sayin'.

2. "Poptropica"


Hands down, the most FULFILLING moment was when you finished all the worlds. What a badge of honor, truly.

3. "Club Penguin"


I'm sure everyone had one of these accounts. I think it was one of the most neutral games out there and we were all about hitting the slopes and occasionally going to the disco. Oh, and the PET PUFFLES WERE LIFE.

4. "Neopets"


You might have to reaaallllly dig in your deepest memories to find this one, but we can't forget it!!!

5. "Moshi Monsters"


6. Disney Channel Games

"Zac and Cody Tipton's Trouble"? "Jammin' with Hannah Montana"? "625 Sandwich Stacker"? Man, the hours spent on this website.

7. Nickelodeon Games



^ accurate representation of what some of us looked like.

8. Barbie


The place where all the girls thought they were professional divas.

9. "Coolmath-Games.com"


The one website you KNEW you could get away with playing at school because it had "math" in the title. A true legend. What a time to be alive it was when it was your turn to get on the computer and your turn to show off your skills.

10. "Funbrain"


Another one we could get away with, although not the teacher's favorite.

11. "The Sims"

The game you worked up for. All the training of the other games... for "The SIMS."

So many games we have forgotten about. All those deep memories. Maybe you should check in on all your pets and characters...

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