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4Kids.org is a team of educators, writers artists, technology specialists and students that produces a weekly newspaper article and maintains the website. Their site is full of technology, learning, games, cool spots, word wizard, and much more.
AAA Math features a comprehensive set of interactive arithmetic lessons, including unlimited practice and immediate feedback.
Awesome Library is just that! Over 26,000 carefully reviewed resources for thousands of topics for kids, teachers and parents!
Crayola is for children of all ages. They have coloring pages online, hands-on activities and much more.
Write stories with help, play games, plan vacations, cartoons, and lots more fun stuff.
CyberSleuth is an internet search guide for students in grades K-12.
Sponsored by the Discovery Channel, this site caters to teachers, parents, and students alike. Teachers can find lesson plans, videos and other teaching resources. Parents can help their children learn with the use of videos and software. Students can get homework help with World Book online, experiment with the Science Fair Studio, and have fun learning the Games and Adventures Area.
Students, parents, and teachers will find Fact Monster packed full of information on a wide range of topics from world geography to making a lava lamp and the latest on the Backstreet Boys. In addition to the usual source areas, users will find Daily Features, Cool Stuff, Games and Quizzes, and Homework Center. Each subject area includes links to quizzes and games for reinforcing skills and special features. The Homework Center not only provides help on assignments, but also provides tips for improving writing and study skills. Students will enjoy this easy-to-use reference.
Find sexual offenders in your neighborhood. Just type in your address and bring up a map and pictures of sexual offenders.
Fun Brain is full of educational games, cartoons, homework help, curriculum strategies, and more.
You’ve just found the mother lode of unique outdoor games, toys for active play and innovative sporting goods. If you need a creative gift for someone who loves action, then Fun-Attic is the spot for Sports and Toys. Do you want to introduce a child to sports in a fun non-threatening way? That’s our specialty. Numerous outdoor recreation games can be played in the school yard, back yard or almost anywhere. Young children will develop important skills such as timing and hand-eye coordination while advanced players will enjoy more challenging games.
Great Schools is a resource created by a teacher to help parents find the right schools for their children, support their education and improve schools in their community.
Great Web Sites for Kids
The American Library Association has created this site containing over 700 websites for kids. You can download a brochure to distribute to your students or to have available in your library.
Students and parents will find Homework Spot a great resource for answers to homework questions. Links to some of the best sites available for English, Math, Science, History, Art, Music, Technology, Foreign Language, College Prep, Health, Life Skills, and much more. Included are subcategories such as Must See Sites, In the News, By the Numbers and You Asked for It. There is a comprehensive reference section, age appropriate study breaks, and sections for teachers and parents.
How Stuff Works
Have you ever wondered how the engine in your car works or what makes your refrigerator cold? How Stuff Works answers those questions and hundreds more in many categories.
Lessons on recycling by making art and other imaginative activities for kids.
Ivy's Search Engine Resources for Kids
Eight different search engines are available for kids to use for excellent search results.
The Khan Academy is a not-for-profit organization with the mission of providing a high quality education to anyone, anywhere. There are over 700+ videos on YouTube covering everything from basic arithmetic and algebra to differential equations, physics, and finance which have been recorded by Salman Khan.
Kidsclick is a web search created by librarians for students and includes lessons on searching, what is and is not on the internet, how to search and much more valuable information to complete those research papers.
Plenty to do all the time - puzzles, games, homework help and more.
Videos, games, activities and stories for all ages.
Stuttering Foundation of America
This site provides free online resources, services, and support to those who stutter and their families, as well as support for research into the causes of stuttering.
The White House
The White House contains various information concerning all aspects of the White House, from the children who grew up there to the pets who slept in the oval office. This site also includes a history of the White House.
Did you know that an engineer who was trying to find a substitute for rubber invented Silly Putty in the 1940s? Or that people in the United States ate an average of 71 hot dogs per person in the year 2000? Those are just two of the many interesting, fun facts presented to students as they browse through the pages of the Almanac. Students will also find information and up-to-date data on a host of subjects from animals to inventions, from nations of the world to space, and much more. Visitors can find out which famous people were born on their birthdays, enter contests, participate in polls, print out puzzles and take trivia quizzes. This is a great for elementary students who are just developing their research skills.