Students that need help with Map Testing the links below will help just click on your range:
K - 2nd Grade Websites
|ABC Mouse||All Subjects - Cute Games|
|PBS Kids||Language Arts Activities|
|Clifford Storybooks||Interactive Storybooks and Games|
|Spell City||Practice Spelling Lists|
|Internet 4 Classrooms||Many Sites for Language|
|Monkey Business||Building Sentences|
|Book Trailers||See Trailers for Many Books|
|Jan Brett||Games for Kids - Teacher Resource|
|Kinder Web||All Skills|
|Wordle||Fun Activity Playing with Words|
|Read, Write, Think||Educational Activities|
|Core Words - Grade 2||Spelling Words Practice|
|Learn 4 Good||Practice with Math Facts|
|Online Stories||Stories Read by Celebrities|
|Fairy Tale Land||Favorite Fairly Tale Activities|
|Cookie Site||All subjects|
|Telling Time||Animated Clock to Check Skills|
|Primary Games||Many Different Math Games|
|Count Us In||Various Types of Math Games|
|Kinder Web||All Skills|
|Johnnie's Web Page||Many Math Slills, Many Levels|
|Math Facts Pro||Drill & Practice on Math Facts|
|Arcademic Skill Builder||Arcade Games with Math Skills|
|Dance Mat Typing||Fun Method for Learn to Type|
|ABC Ya Keyboarding||Select a Keyboard and Fill It In|
|Spelling & Typing||Learn to Type and Spell Games|
|Sheppard Software||All Subjects - Online Games|
|Learning Games for Kids||All Subjects - Online Games|
|Kidport||All Subjects - Online Games|
|Kids Games||All Subjects - Online Games|
|Learning Planet||All Subjects - Online Games|
|Fun Brain||All Subjects - Online Games|
|Miller Center||American Presidents|
|The Last Great Race||Iditarod Games and Information|
|Weather Wiz Kids||A Great Weather Site|
|Choose My Plate||Nutrition Site for Kids|
|Draw a Stickman||Fun, Cute & Creative|
|ABC Ya - All Subjects||Fun Games - All subjects|
|Dr. Seuss Site||Many fun games and activities|
|Brain Pop||Internet Safety|
|Media Smarts||Internet Safety - Pirate Ships|
3rd - 5th Grade Websites
Storyline Online - The Screen Actors Guild Foundation is proud to bring you this online streaming video program featuring SAG members reading children childrens books aloud.
Grammar Gorillas - Our friends, the Grammar Gorillas, need help identifying parts of speech.
Spelling Activities 1-6 - Spelling activities from Harcourt Brace.
Rhyme Zone - Type in a wood to find rhymes, synonyms, definitions and more.
Between the Lions- Can you scoop letters from your soup to make a word? There are lots of phonics games to play using Shockwave. (primary)
Starfall - A reading website to help master speech sounds, vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension.
Children's Literature Web Guide - A directory of children's authors and illustrators. It includes authors' personal web sites and also web sites maintained by fans, scholars and readers. Over 500 children's authors and artists are included.
Wishbone - Wishbone is a Jack Russell Terrier who teachers kids about literature and life lessons. There is information about the PBS TV series.
Online Magnetic Poetry -
Students can drag words into the writing space to create a poem. Your
poem can be saved and sent to 3 friends if you know their email
Prefixes and Suffixes - For Kids Affixes are words that fixed to the front of another word (prefixes)
High Point - contains a library of books based on levels
PBS Kids -
MAP Math -
Cool Math - An amusement park of math and more... designed for fun!
Funbrain Math Arcade
Addition - Solve single digit addition problems.
Addition -Solve addition problems using digits up to the number 12.
Addition - Solve addition problems using 2 digit numbers to 100.
Addition - Solve addition problems using 3 digit numbers to 500.
Subtraction - Solve subtraction problems using numbers to 12
Subtraction - Solve problems using 2 digit numbers to 100.
Multiplication - Solve problems using numbers up to 12.
VectorKids - This website features interactive flash cards for kids. Students can learn more about math while having fun earning points as they work through the site.
Gamequarium - Math activities for many different math concepts.
Money - Practice your money skills with this game. Use dollar bills and coins to buy items. Choose from 3 different levels.
Primary Games - Educational math games, such as Fraction Flags, Three Dart Checkout, Ghost Blasters II, and many more!
Batter's Up Baseball - Hit singles, doubles and home runs with this fun math game that helps you practice your multiplication and addition facts. Beware! To get those home runs, you really have to think!
Math Baseball - Answer the problems correctly and see how many runs you can score.
Flashcards for Kids - Practice your math facts with these flashcards.
A+ Math Games - Practice your math facts with these fun games. Play MATHO, Concentration and uncover hidden pictures.
Multiplication.com - This is a website packed full of math games you can play on the internet. There are also games that you can download and play on your computer.
Count On - This site is packed with useful math games, puzzles and information. Numberland provides poems and facts about numbers and has special appeal for young learners. Older students will enjoy the site's games and activities.
Speed Math Deluxe - This math game asks you to make equations our of four numbers. The computer supplies the numbers and you supply the operation. Don't forget the order of operations!
Funbrain Math Games - Pick a game and test your skills. Try Soccer Shootout and Fresh Baked Fractions. Operation Order uses algebra to build a pyramid, and a correct answer in Change Maker adds money to your piggy bank.
Measure It! - Practice measuring with inches and centimeters.
PBS Kids -
Edible/Inedible Experiments - Students can "conjure up" and consume such items as food batteries, pop fizz and cabbage juice and cheese fractures. They can also make non-consumables such as soap, homemade slide and super bubbles.
Starchild - A Learning Center for Young Astronomers. Astronomy information for elementary children!
The How Stuff Works Site - This interesting and unusual site has articles and animated diagrams that explain how everyday things such as cars, Tvs, batteries, airplanes and helicopters work.
Discovery Kids - Games, puzzles, and activities.
The Weather Underground Site - Using this site, kids can track their local weather conditions and compare them with weather for any city, state or country of the world. Since this is an International site, all information can be translated into 120 different languages.
Dinosaurs at the Museum of Natural History - A virtual tour of the dinosaur exhibits at the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. It features great pictures and videos of the largest creatures that ever lived. The dinosaur collection includes over 1500 specimens.
The Zoom Dinosaur Site - If you love dinosaurs, this is a great site to search for everything you always wanted to know. It answers questions such as: How are they named? Which is biggest, smallest and oldest" Where have the latest bones and fossils been found?
The Space Place - The Space Place is a NASA educational outreach program. Find fun and original projects and activities to provide an introduction to basis space and Earth science and technology concepts. The site can also be viewed en Espanol. There's loots of education materials here for teachers too.
Froguts - Do a virtual dissection of a frog on this web site!
Fossils of Kentucky - A University of Kentucky web page devoted to fossils.
Science News for Kids - Science News for Kids is a new website devoted to science news for children of ages 9 to 13. The goal of the site is to offer timely items of interest to kids, accompanied by suggestions for hands-on activities, books, articles, Internet resources, and other useful materials. The site offers visitors the opportunity to comment on the subject matter, ask questions of scientists featured in articles, try out mathematical puzzles, and submit their own work for possible web publication. At the same time, the site offers teachers creative ways of using science news in their classrooms. The site offers six zones:
Kids @ City Hall - The Lexington-Fayette Urban Co. Gov't has created a kids' website with different stuff on facts about Lexington, a bio of Mayor Newberry, who makes up the LFUCG government, a safety zone, preparing for an emergency, recycling, games and more.
The Hero Site - This is a great site that kids can view to read about heroes who no one else has heard of. This is a site where kids can read stories about everyday heroes. These people did not require super power or a great amount of time. Most are not famous either. But it teaches the kids that everyone can be a hero in every day life.
U.N. CyberSchool Bus - This is the United National Global Teaching and Learning Project that is designed for kids. Sections such as "Global Bytes", "Curriculum Corner" and "International Holidays" give his site an international flavor for kids.
The Statue of Liberty Tour Site - Hop on the Double Decker Bus or the Water Taxi and ride to the Statue of Liberty Park. This site provides a photo tour of the grounds, garden and the famous statue. It is sponsored by the city of New York.
The Whitehouse - This site contains information about the US Presidential Whitehouse. Children can listen to a message from the president (if speakers are available on your computer), take a virtual tour of the rooms and write a letter to the President.
Abraham Lincoln - Abraham Lincoln, one of the most revered presidents of the United States, has many sites on the web, but this one gives a time line of events in his life. The site also includes fascinating pictures/photos that depict events in his life such as the log cabin he was born in, the Gettysburg Address and the Ford Theater.
Colonial Williamburg - This is the site of the Colonial Williamsburg Federation. It gives the history of the town, the archaeological features and an "almanac".
Castles on the Web - Dungeons, towers, chamber rooms, banquet rooms and everything else that you ever wanted to know about castles is on this web site. You can even point and click to get questions answered on the link "Castle Quest".
History Happens - A great website to teach US History. From stories and songs (similar to School House Rock) about US History.
Geonet - Questions in the GeoNet game are organized into six groups, following the National Geography Standards. This is a great place to build an understanding of geographical concepts in a global context.
States Web Games - Learn the locations, capitals, abbreviations and over 500 important facts about the United States. Try to drag each state to its location on the map; enter the postal abbreviation for each state; click on the correct state for each capital; and pick the state that goes with the clue, by region.
Geography Quizzes - Scroll down the list and check your knowledge of Places in the News, Country Capitals, Historical Geography, and Rivers and Lakes.
Flag Tag - Choose a level (beginning, intermediate or advanced) and then let the computer pick random countries. Identify and click the correct flag.