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Educational Websites

Last Updated: 11/14/2019 6:16 PM

Parents and teachers need to have a presence when children are working on the Internet. We spend hours checking the links on our website, but the Internet is a dynamic entity that changes constantly. Please, help keep our children safe by informing us of any inappropriate links or advertisements. Our collective effort and involvement will allow children to utilize all of the great information that the Internet has to offer. Thank you!

General Educational, Homework Help and Nutrition

Activity TV: Find lots of fun activities for kids, with video instructions and printables. Check out the simple, safe and fun science experiments or very cool paper airplanes. Other categories include cartooning, cheerleading, juggling, origami, jewelry, puppets, and more. Just follow along with the step-by-step videos.
The Art Zone: Interactive art that you can make online at the Art Zone. Great way to teach your preschooler mouse controls.
Chateau Meddybemps: Visit this site for learning activities and fun illustrated stories. Young children can practice counting and colors, play a matching game, and learn spatial concepts.
Spelling: Great spelling lessons for Grades 1 - 8.
Homework Spot: Rather than housing the information for students, the aptly named HomeworkSpot serves as a springboard to hundreds of hand-picked destinations on the Internet, divided into elementary, middle, and high-school categories. Each of the three main sections begins with a "homeroom" of hot links to general sites and timely information, while the rest is divided into subjects, such as English, fine arts, foreign languages, and technology.
Crayola Creativity Center has a variety of games, crafts, coloring pages and more!
Kids Planet will teach your children about endangered species while they have some fun.
My Plate: Tips on good nutrition.

Science Websites

Thinkfinity: This free, comprehensive digital learning platform is built upon the merger of two acclaimed programs Verizon MarcoPolo and the Thinkfinity Literacy Network.
Science Fair Central: Three sections on projects for students, teachers and parents
Smithsonian Education: Games, links, sources: from the Wright Brothers to walking on the moon.
Starfall: Primarily designed for first grade, this site is also useful for pre-kindergarten, kindergarten and second grade.
TIME for Kids: Child-friendly presentation of national, international news.
Mineral Museum: This is a favorite field trip of the students and they can find more information on this site and links to other museum sites.

Reading Websites

ReadWriteThink is a fantastic source of books, reading games and more.
 
Literacy Center: This site provides safe learning activities for parents and teachers to share with young children. All online lessons are free of advertising and free of charge.
Scholastic: Fun games with some of your favorite books --Harry Potter, I Spy, Magic Schoolbus, Goosebumps, and many more.
Dr. Seuss Website

Reference/Search Engine Websites

KidsClick! was created by a group of librarians at the Ramapo Catskill Library System, as a logical step in addressing concerns about the role of public libraries in guiding their young users to valuable and age appropriate web sites.
Fact Monster offers a handful of tools, like a searchable dictionary, word games, an encyclopedia with more than 57,000 articles, and scores of world maps. But it's the robust Homework Center that we like best, which includes help in geography, history, math, science, language arts, and social studies. Click the desired subject for countless subsections that provide information, tips, and interactive lessons for students of all ages.
Yahoo! Kids: Along with a search engine this site has a variety of games, music and videos.
The Kentucky Virtual Library - Research Rocket - A great walk through of how to do research for a project.
The Internet Public Library (IPL) is a public service organization and learning/teaching environment founded at the University of Michigan School of Information and hosted by Drexel University's College of Information Science & Technology.
The Free Dictionary: Features a free dictionary, thesaurus, encyclopedia, along with word of the day and a 3 level spelling bee practice game.

Math Websites

AAA Math: Great math lessons for Kindergarten to 8th Grade.
 
Telling Time: This is a great site for learning to tell time.
Reading Graphs: This is a great site for learning to read graphs.
Family Education: Where millions find school solutions, homework help and parenting tips. Get a glimpse into the new state standardized tests. Take our elementary math quiz and find out what your little ones need to know.
BBC: This is a great interactive site for Math, Science and English.
Math Cats: Join the Math Cats in a land of creative, open-ended math explorations!
A Plus Math: Online Division Worksheets Creator
ZearnMath skills practice.
A Math Dictionary: An animated, interactive dictionary for students which explains over 500 common mathematical terms in simple language.
Coolmath: An amusement park of math and more -- especially designed for kids and FUN, FUN, FUN.
Figure This!: A variety of math challenges.
Math Goodies is a free math help site that launched in 1998. Today their award-winning site has over 500 pages of activities for students, educators and parents. There are interactive math lessons, puzzles and worksheets.
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