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Math

ALMathSlice - Free Math Worksheets

Interactive Math Lessons

UCE Math Textbook Site  (student's must logon)

Math games

TechTrekers,Tons of Math Sites for Review

AAAMath

Cool Math Sites

Elementary Math Activities of all kinds

Reading

Book Reviews for Pre-K

Harry Potter books, games, and activities for Muggles Scholastic

Tammy's Tidbits - Educational Resources For Teachers, Parents, and Students!

Between the Lions PBS Kids

Goosebumps Home

Learn to Read at Starfall - teaching comprehension and phonics

ALA Great Web Site for Kids

Science

ALA Great Web Sites for Kids

Free Paper Airplanes

MadSciNet The 24-hour exploding laboratory.

The Bubblesphere

Energy Quest Room

How Things Work - How Things Work Home Page

Science Learning Network Home

Welcome to AntBoy's Bugworld!

All Subjects

Quiz Hub

FunBrain

Math, English & Science

Grade Level Skills Help

Activities

50states.com - States and Capitals

Ben's Guide U.S. Government Web Sites for Kids

Kids Games

Stuff to Do with Little Critter

Author Jan Brett's Free Activities Pages

GameGoo - Educational Games

Squigly's Playhouse A fun and safe place for kids to play!

Magazine (you will have to subscribe and pay a fee)

Welcome to HighlightsKids.com!

Nick Magazine

Jack and Jill Magazine - Ages 7-10

Girls Only

Welcome to Fun For Kidz Magazines

National Geographic Explorer (Student Magazine)

Highlights for Children Toys, Games, Book Clubs and Children's Magazines for Kids of all Ages!

American Girl

Dictionary and Reference Sites

http://www.m-w.com/home.htm   
Not only does it give you the information you usually get from a dictionary.....there is also an icon you can click on to HEAR the enunciation of a word!!

http://www.dictionary.com/
This is another useful site because you  can access dictionaries, computer jargon aides,
information on writing, grammar, word usage and style as well as other language dictionaries.

http://www.enchantedlearning.com/DictionaryA.html 
This site is particularly helpful to the younger students.  You can go by words or there is even a picture dictionary.

http://www.claus.com/  
This is a fun site for primary level children.  You can even go on line to track Santa on Christmas Eve, send him a letter or talk to him in person.

http://www.henry.k12.ga.us/pges/xmas_around.htm  
I used this site with my 4th and 5th grade classes.  We have learned about traditions from around the world.

http://www.primarygames.com 
One of the kids favorites!  Lots of seasonal activities and learning games.  A must to check out!!!!

 

 

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