Reading and Literacy:
www.starfall.com Interactive site with phonemic awareness and read aloud story capabilities.
www.storylineonline.net An on-line streaming video program featuring professional actors reading children books aloud. Each book includes accompanying activities and lesson ideas.
www.earobics.com/gamegoo/gooey.html Words, spelling, synonyms, antonyms, and more all presented in fun activities and games. There are three levels, beginner, intermediate and advanced.
www.gutenberg.org Download free bookswww.bookshare.org Bookshare www.readinga-z.com Library of leveled books (fee to subscribe)
www.aaamath.com *Hundreds of pages of Basic Math Skills. * Interactive Practice on every page. * An Explanation of the math topic on each page. * Several Challenge Games on every page. * Math Problems are randomly created.
www.mathforum.com Go to section on Math Tools and then section at left “Math Topics”. This is a website that provides many teacher made lesson activities for all math topics and grade levels.
www.aplusmath.com Website with on-line and printable flashcards, math games, printable worksheets and homework helper for all math topics.
http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/vlibrary.html National Library of Virtual Math Manipulatives: On-line activities using math manipulatives related to math standards.www.flashcardsonline.com Flashcards Online www.multiplication.com Websites for math worksheets, etc. www.math.com Math resource
http://mathforum.org/mathtools/index.html Math lessons and games K-12
http://bensguide.gpo.gov/ Multi-age site on Government. Facts and information.
www.windows.ucar.edu Windows to the Universe: Science topics with 3 varying levels of reading ability
www.biology4kids.com Information on scientific studies, cell structure, cell function, microorganisms, plants, invertebrates, vertebrates and animal systems. Has a lot of reading – better for older students.
www.chem4kids.com Information on matter, atoms, elements, the periodic table, reactions and biochemistry. Has a lot of reading – better for older students.
http://www.infoplease.com/homework/ Encyclopedia, Dictionary, Almanacs, and Homework Help on English, math, history, geography, science, and social studies.
http://www.4kids.org Resources for kids covering a large variety of topics including research, games, and safe site links
Fun and games
www.funbrain.com Games and fun interactive tasks for students.
www.brainpop.com Great, fun website. Has a free 14 day preview then it costs.
Teacher Resourceswww.edhelper.com Website designed to assist teachers with lesson plans, handouts, assignments, ideas, etc. www.specialconnections.ku.edu Staff development for teachers on instruction, collaboration, assessment and behavior plans – great for those taking college classes. www.interventioncentral.com Website designed to assist teachers with interventions for academics and behaviors. www.4teachers.org TrackStar is your starting point for online lessons and activities. Simply collect Web sites, enter them into TrackStar, add annotations for your students, and you have an interactive, online lesson called a Track. Create your own Track or use one of the hundreds of thousands already made by other educators. Search the database by subject, grade, or theme and standard for a quick and easy activity. There is a fun Track already made for each day of the year, too! www.classzone.com Textbook and instructional links for all subjects; Many interative and read aloud lessons. (even if you do not use the text book listed; there is a variety of resources, and lessons to go along with the subject.) Better for older students. www.windows.ucar.edu Windows to the Universe: Science/SS site http://www.tammyworcester.com Tammy’s Technology Tips www.nap.edu/books/0309070368/html/ How People Learn—free online book www.cast.org Universal Design For Learning