These are good websites for you and your children to use for interactive
worksheets, and other activities that help build reading, language arts, math
and computer skills.
Descriptions of each state
Good for maps
FunBrain.com: Word Games: - A variety of Language Arts games
Young Explorers: A picture dictionary with cool links.
MacMillan/McGraw Hill The publishers of our Social Studies Books
contains links, summaries, quizzes, games and more.
Harcourt the publishers of Our Reading Series. Visit the Learning
Houghton Mifflin - the publishers of our Spelling Book
IXL.com, Math practice, interactive games and exercises
Sadlier-Oxford the publishers of our Math Series.
Free math help website, from K-college level math.
All sorts of free math and phonics worksheets, that you can make
yourself. Helps with double digit addition and subtraction.
Interactive website of math worksheets, timed math tests and
practice materials for math facts.
Free, printable math worksheets are available on this site for all grade levels
ABCya.com has interactive games for reading, language arts, math
and computer/keyboarding skills on grade level for K through 5th
Practice your Spelling words through games
Information on Presidents
Presidential trivia and legends. You will have to search through
for your president, and not all presidents may be listed.
More trivia and information about various U.S. Presidents.
Apples 4 the Teacher is a great website with lots of resources. This link takes you to the Presidential Trivia page, but feel free
to explore the rest of this site. Lots of things to do for
reinforcement and extra practice.
Dance Mat Typing - this is a great interactive tool to help students
(and adults) learn correct keyboarding skills. Good keyboarding
skills will make using the computer to type reports or to research
topics quicker and easier.