You'll find everything from trolls to armadillos on this
National Geographic for Kids offers many videos, games,
activities, and stories about a variety of animals
Teacher/mother Wendy Petti has created a wonderfully engaging and
visually striking site that brings mathematics to life through
math-related art, crafts, games, facts, and more. Math Cats will
probably appeal most to elementary and middle school students,
though some of its offerings will intrigue people of any age.
Join Arthur and the gang for fun in Elwood City!
Activities that help children understand and appreciate the
A complete list of incredible insect links for the primary
A complete list of awesome butterfly links for the primary
An interactive fieldtrip to a park, library, and city hall.
Children will have a lot of fun learning to read.
Lots of interactive math games! Click in the column under Pre-K-2
Learn all about our nation's President and his family.
This site will allow your child to practice the 500 most
words in the English language. If you click on a list under
child will hear each sight word three times. This will help with
fluency and word automaticity.
Fact Monster will allow your child to learn many cool facts about
of topics: math facts, the world, the United States, people,
sports, words, etc.
If you have older children in math courses you can't help them
with, this site will be a godsend! There is a link for K-8 math
problems, but there are also tabs for algebra, geometry, trig,
and calculus as well as general math. This site will allow your
child to type in a math problem and will show them step by step
how to solve it.
NASA for Kids will allow your child to learn about space and the
This activity introduces 20 word families, with six examples
provided for each word family. Learning word families is a fast
way to increase a students reading vocabulary. It also helps the
student learn that the ability to decode one word can assist in
decoding other words with similar alphabet letter patterns.
The letter recognition activity provides students an opportunity
to practice learning both the capital and lowercase letters of
the alphabet. Voice assistance is provided for those students
who are unable to name the letters independently. Five to six
letters are covered in each lesson. After the student is taught
the letters with voice assistance, they move to the practice list
to independently name the letters.
Consonant digraphs are consonant letters that appear together and
represent a single sound that is different from the sound of
Vowel digraphs are two vowels together, the first is pronounced
and the second is silent.
Three letter blends are three consonant letters that appear
together in words and represent sounds that are smoothly joined.
Each of the sounds can be heard.
Vowel diphthongs are two vowels, both are spoken with the stress
placed on the first vowel.