• Reading sites

    Starfall: Games to practice letters, sounds, reading

    National Geographic Kids: offers great naturre videos, activities, games, stories, and more

    Smithsonisn Kids Collecting: How to start your own collection and see what other kids collect

    Explore DinosaursFAQs and top 10 myths about dinosaurs, a virtual dig, behind the scenes tours, and more from the natural Museum of Natural History

    Smithsonian Digging for Answers: A site that tests your research skills and  knowledge

    NASA Quest: interactive explorations that engage students in real science and engineering. Topica included robots, helicopters, lunar exploration,and designing your own human-friendly planet

    My wonderful World: a multimedia tour of our seven continents

    Time for Kids: fun games (The Great State Race), an online weekly magazine for kids, and news from around the world

     

    Math sites

    www.mathforum.com

    www.AAAmath.com

    www.coolmath.com

    wwwfiqurethis.org

    www.mathcats.com

    www.easymath.org

    www.bbc.co.uk/education/megamath/tables.html

    www.mathleague.com

    wwwfleekids.com

    wwwfunbrain.com/numbers.html

    www.abcmouse.com

     

    Science sites

    CCS Science website- http://www.ccsoh.us/science.aspx

    Ohio Department of Education http://education.ohio.gov/

    Newsela www.newsela.com

    Everyday Mysteries from the Library of Congress http://www.loc.gov/rr/scitech/mysteries/archive.html

    Quick science knowledge from everything fom agriculture to zoology

    PBS Learning Media http://www.pbslearningmedia.org/

    Why Files http://whyfiles.org/  Good for upper elementary and middle school students. The site has a section for interactive activities, a weather section, and more