CHILDREN MUST BE SUPERVISED AT ALL TIMES.
THE FOLLOWING SITES MAY OFFER LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PARENTS AND
CHILDREN, BUT ARE NOT INTENDED FOR USE WITHOUT SUPERVISION. IT IS NOT SAFE
FOR CHILDREN TO NAVIGATE THE WEB WITHOUT CONTINUAL SUPERVISION.
READ LINKS 1 AND 2 FOR TIPS ON HOW TO KEEP YOUR OF ALL AGES SAFE ON THE
Website Links to Support Parents
PARENTS PLEASE REMEMBER THAT CHILDREN MUST NEVER USE INTERNET
This site offers information for keeping our children safe.
PLEASE READ about internet safety at the following link:
INTERNET SAFETY - Why children must be supervised? The internet
is a great resource tool, but without supervision, the internet
poses safety risks as well as exposure to inappropriate content.
PLEASE BE AWARE THAT CHILDREN MUST NOT USE INTERNET WITHOUT ADULT
Be Safe on Internet
Information site for parents and kids to visit to learn more
about aviation. Good place to find a science project. If you or
your child is interested in avition, then visit this site.
Aviation for Kids
Here you will find coins of the world, US mint timeline and
history, and games. You will even get some tips on coin
A bilingual site for families and educators. The site emphasizes
that learning to read well is key to success in school. Site
presents fun reading tips and activities, suggestions for
choosing books to read with child, ideas for getting involved at
child's school, and much, much more.
This site will inform parents on what is expected at each grade
level and will provide tips on how to support student learning.
Common Core Standards
Site hosted by Utah Education Network. I especially like the
parenting tips. Topics fall under the following themes: Tips for
Parents, Preparing for School, Play It Safe, Health & Fitness,
Early Childhood Resources for Parents and Caregivers of Young Children
This site is hosted by Utah Education Network. Useful links
provide information on how to help children succeed in school.
Topics are arranged under the following themes: Parenting Tips,
School Help, Nutrition, Health & Fitness, First Aid Safety,
Behavior and Social Issues, Alcohol & Drugs, and Just For Kids.
Elementary-age Parent Support
Lots of facts, word of the day, and interesting tidbits. Go to
tools and find information on careers and colleges. This is a
fun place to generate discussion with your child. I especially
like checking out the "Word of the Day."
Facts, Life, & Good-to-Know
Take a GeoBee quiz everyday. Here's the link. And, if you want,
you can go back and retake quizzes.
I visit this site weekly and I like taking the quizzes. Parents
may want to take the quizzes with their child. There are even
past Geography Bee quizzes.
Here you'll found many Geography Games on the National Geographic
website. I love to play GeoBee.
American Library Association chooses Great Sites for Kids but adults
will find sites that provide informative and useful information as
Great Sites for Kids
History Kids Site
This is a great site for parents and kids to learn about history
You and your child can learn about how U.S. government works.
Kids in the White House
You'll find a variety of learning games that will help your child
acquire knowledge in math, reading, social studies, science, and
Learning Games for Elementary Kids
The Center for the Book in the Library of Congress invites people of
all ages to discover fascinating people, places and events by
reading their book choices and reading their online books. You and
your child will likely find many selections, topics, and
Library of Congress Reading Resources for All Ages
This site is a collection of educational web sites for children
in the 3- to 12-year age range. The links provide safe, fun,
enriching internet experiences and learning. Little Clickers is
also a monthly column published in Children's Technology Review.
I'm much older than 12 but I love exploring the topics on this
site. Great place for a parent and child to learn about a topic
together. Check it out. I know you'll discover something
An interactive tool that's fun to use. It will help your child
master those multiplication facts. Adults can have some fun playing
the math games as well.
Ask Dr. Math
This site could be accessed when student and parent have a
question about math problems.
This site is hosted by Utah Education Network. The links on this
page support parents in surviving the stresses of parenting their
children during this exciting but sometimes stressful period of
life. Provides tips for parenting, and for handling Parenting
Tips, Helping Teens with School, Internet Safety, Alcohol & Drugs
Info, Nutrition & Eating Habits, Health & Wellness, Teen Driving,
Money Management, and Just for Teens.
Middle and High School-age Parenting Support
Learn about Molecules. Fun for all ages.
Parents of Young Children
A great site for young children (preschool-1st)and their parents
because most of the activities are designed for parent and child
to do together.
You'll be surprised by the variety of games found on this site.
Adults and kids will enjoy playing these games.
Puzzles and Quizzes hosted by National Geographic
Kids and parents play games together at this site. Find links to
parent tips and resources as well as games (ISPY, Clifford, and
Magic School Bus. Be sure to check out the latest
Scholastic Family Playground
Science for kids including adult kids. Page hosted by USGS.
You'll find all kinds of rock stories, including kinds of rocks,
ages of rocks and slicing across layers of rocks. There's even
stories of dinosaur tracks.
Science for a Changing World
Here you will find answers to questions about North Dakota's
water quality as well as information on North Dakota's rivers,
steams, and lakes. Also, you'll find information about ND ground
water, water quality, and many other science topics.
USGS Water Resources of ND
Kids and parents can use this site for homework, information about
how U.S.government works, careers, U.S. history etc.
U.S. Government website for kids
White House for Kids
Explore the WHITE HOUSE. Children and adults
enjoy this site. Have fun learning!!