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ABCya! free & exciting computer activities for K-5 students to learn on the web. All educational computer games and activities were created or approved by certified teachers. Activities are modeled from primary grade lessons and enhanced to provide an interactive way to learn. The activities incorporate content areas such as math and reading while introducing basic computer skills. (8/28/09)


Starter Of The Day Start your maths lesson with Starter Of The Day. Boost your students' mind power with this brain exercise. Give their mental ability a work out with a range of mathematical puzzles, speed tests and creative ideas. (8/25/09)


Paragraph a Week is a yearly writing program designed to give your fifth- and sixth-graders practice with writing various types of paragraphs. In addition it reinforces good study habits and preparation of long-term assignments. Moreover, it involves parents in their child's Language Arts curriculum. (8/21/09)


SpellingCity is an online spelling program that makes practicing for spelling tests fun. SpellingCity.com has over 42,000 spelling words read by an actual person. After taking the online spelling test, students can print out a report, retake the entire test, or get tested only on the spelling words they missed the first time. (8/18/09)


A Maths Dictionary for Kids 2009 from Aussie School House Teachers on the Web, an Australian K-6 teacher defines and illustrates more than 500 mathematical terms. The result is a unique dictionary featuring clear and often interactive graphics, great colors, and lots more. (8/15/09)


Pictogram Graph  helps students create and learn about pictogram graphs in an interactive environment.  The Pictogram Graph website makes it simple to add titles, choose a picture, choose the value of each picture, choose the number of rows/columns, and place pictures on the graph. (8/12/09)


Exploring the Secret Life of Trees is a neat interactive site for 3rd through 5th grade students designed to help them gain an appreciation of trees, observe trees in every day life, and develop an interest in learning more about trees.  Students will learn about the basic parts of a tree and their functions.  They will also learn about conservation and renewable and non-renewable sources. (8/12/09)


Dr. Arbor Talks Trees focuses on tree anatomy and physiology.  Students will learn some of the basic inner workings of trees, how trees grow and develop, the many uses of trees and their bi-products, and some basic chemical principles.  The website is designed for 6th through 8th grade students. (8/12/09)


EcoKids is a free interactive environmental web site for children, their families, and educators in Canada and around the world. It offers topical information about the environment through interactive, fun, educational games and activities.  Children are encouraged to form their own opinions, make decisions, get involved and understand the impact their own actions have on the environment. (8/9/09)


Tangram House  This online version of the Chinese puzzle lets students select a puzzle to complete and work with 7 tans (shapes) to fill the puzzle.  The tans can be rotated, flipped, and dragged into place.  The puzzles can be completed online or downloaded for free as an offline game. (8/7/09)


The Math Tool Chest is a collection of eleven interactive Flash-based tools and activities to facilitate teaching mathematics. Included are such items as Coin Toss, Number Line, Fractions, and Spinner. (8/1/09)


The Activity Search feature of textbook publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt's Education Place web site offers a large collection of K-8 classroom activities. The activity database can be browsed by topics and themes and is also searchable by keywords from any page. (7/26/09)


CAST Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Book Builder Use this site to create, read, and share engaging digital books that build reading skills for students. Your universally designed books will engage and support diverse learners according to their individual needs, interests, and skills. (7/24/09)


Mathebook.net has online tutorials as well as downloadable pdf tutorials which one can save and use later,  it can even be used by teachers for homework. The site is fully interactive and will allow kids to practice and learn math with ease. (7/21/09)


Room 108 is a primary education site for kids.   There are lots of free online games with an educational focus. There are over 400 pages of kids educational games, interactive writing, animated stories, songs, kids' puzzles, art, math, science, social studies, distance learning and much more.  (7/16/09)


Smarty Games  interactive learning games that will help young children develop their creativity, visualization, problem-solving skills, math skills and the curiosity for knowledge that will help them to be successful (7/14/09)




Links for Elementary Teachers - Classrooms for the Future / MVHSSOS Classroom offers a directory of free online educational resources for K-8 Language Arts and Math. These sites are submitted by parents and teachers, and they are all reviewed and organized by members of the SOS Classroom team! (7/9/09)



Links for Elementary Teachers - Classrooms for the Future / MVHSThe League of Scientists comprises four single- and multi-player interactive games in which students create avatars to answer questions to solve puzzles and defeat opponents. The four games include Lab Rat Race, Beaker Blast, Butterfly Boss, and Circuit Center. Science content, provided by ISTE, ranges from biology to geology to astronomy, selectable by the user for each one of the games. Avatars can also collect points through game play that can be redeemed for science laboratory gear in their online labs. (7/3/09)


Links for Elementary Teachers - Classrooms for the Future / MVHS

Pollinator Resources for Teachers It is key for students to discover the importance of pollinators and pollination at a young age. There are many activities in which a classroom can engage to learn about pollinators and, at the same time, to aid in their conservation. Try starting a pollinator garden, building bat houses or bee nest boxes, or teach a lesson about how pollinators benefit agriculture and biodiversity. (6/29/09)


Links for Elementary Teachers - Classrooms for the Future / MVHS

All About Explorers was developed by a group of teachers as a means of teaching elementary age students about the Internet. Although the Internet can be a tremendous resource for gathering information about a topic, we found that students often did not have the skills to discern useful information from worthless data. (6/26/09)


Knowing North: Understanding the Relationship between Time and the Sun provides instructions for telling which way is North on a sunny day using only a watch. If we can use our location and the sun to tell us about time, can we use time and the sun to tell us about our location? In this easy experiment, you'll see how the place of the sun in the sky is related to where we are on the earth. (6/24/09)


Links for Elementary Teachers - Classrooms for the Future / MVHSDownloadable PDF math activity packets from NCTM




Computer Lab Favorites from Scholastic - 50 quick, compelling one-session activities you need to incorporate interactive learning and technology into your curriculum. Each activity requires no prep and can be completed in 15-30 minutes. (5/26/09)


Links for Elementary Teachers - Classrooms for the Future / MVHS

Arcademic Skill Builders are research-based and standards-aligned educational games that offer an innovative approach to teaching basic academic skills. They incorporate features of arcade games and educational practices into fun online games that will engage, motivate, and teach your students. There are multi-player and single player games.(5/23/09)


Links for Elementary Teachers - Classrooms for the Future / MVHSThe Hobby Shop is a place for students to experiment and interact with science in preparation for doing the experiment in class. It is interactive enough to take the place of experiments where the science budget is tight. (5/9/09)


Links for Elementary Teachers - Classrooms for the Future / MVHSBookwink's mission is to inspire kids in Grades 3 through 8 to read through podcasting and web video. The videos are approximately 3 minutes long and are updated monthly. Each video booktalk is about a different topic, and additional read-alikes can be found on the Bookwink website. (5/6/09)


My Award Maker Printing out elegant certificates has never been easier! (4/27/09)


Links for Elementary Teachers - Classrooms for the Future / MVHS

What is Weather? This site from the BBC is designed to help K-6 students learn about all the components that go together to make eather. (4/24/09)


Simple Science is a collection of informative science music videos for use in the elementary classroom. The videos can be used to reinforce science learning objective and science concepts. (4/21/09)



Tar Heel Reader, a collection of free, easy-to-read, and accessible books on a wide range of topics. Each book can be speech enabled and accessed using multiple interfaces. The books may be downloaded as slide shows in PowerPoint, Impress, or Flash format. You may write your own books using pictures from the huge collection at Flickr or pictures you upload. (4/18/09)


Noetic Learning hosts a mathematics worksheet creation tool. There is a free section and a premium members only section. The free section provides seven easy-to-use templates for creating math worksheets on the topics of addition, subtraction, mulitplication, division, fractions, number lines, and money. (4/16/09)


Kids Around the World uses the Internet to introduce elementary school-age children in the United States to the lives of children of the same age in developing countries around the world. (4/14/09)


Story Starters is a fun site for students in kindergarten through sixth grade to use each day as a quick writing activity. Students type in their name and select a grade to begin. (4/8/09)


Math Graphing has links to 45 interactive graphing activities appropriate for elementary school and middle school use. (4/5/09)


Fact Monster has reference materials and learning activities, including quizzes and games, for all of the subjects typically taught in an elementary school classroom. (4/5/09)


Fun4TheBrain was created based on passion that kids can learn while they play. Facts have to be reviewed in order to be mastered, so why not master your facts with games. Each game reviews important information for a certain subject for grades K-6. (4/5/09)


Tutpup, where you can compete in fun, educational games against other kids from all over the World! (4/3/09)


The Oxford University Press has a neat and simple interactive numberline that young students can use to learn to locate numbers and sequence numbers. The numberline presents the student with a number to locate within a range. Once the correct range of numbers is selected, the student then has to select a smaller range in which to place the given number. This process goes on until the student has a range of less than five numbers. (4/1/09)


Toy Theater is a fun place for students in grades K-4 to practice math, reading, art, and music through puzzle type games. (3/20/09)


Me and My Movie Online filmmaking community where you can learn how to make your own films, watch films created for CBBC competitions, download sound effects, make a mashup, and rate the work of your filmmaking peers. From the Children's BBC. (3/19/09)


Solar System Jigsaw Three games allow you to build the solar system. First, place the planets onto their home orbits. Next, assign the correct moons to each planet. Last, place satellites, probes, and telescopes in their proper place. (3/16/09)


Star Child, produced by NASA, is an online learning center for young astronomers and their teachers. (3/10/09)


Experience Dinosphere: Now You're in Their World, one of the largest displays of real juvenile and family dinosaur fossils in the United States. There is also a functioning Paleo Lab, a hands-on dig, interactive stations and activities, and one of the finest collections of dinosaur art in the nation. (3/10/09)


OWL, the Online Writing Lab, is designed specifically for elementary students. It identifies the six traits of writing as Ideas, Organization, Voice, Sentence Fluency, Word Choice, and Conventions (2/25/09)


Math Doodles is a set of math games created by Daren Carstens that help students learn the most important aspect of math…it can be fun! (2/24/09)


Science Online Lesson Plans, Interactive Activities, Worksheets, and Links for Grades K-8 (2/22/09)


Explore the Cycle explains, in very clear language, how paper, plastic, metal, and glass are recycled. (2/21/09)


Busy Teacher's Cafe is a K-6 resource site for busy teachers and educators of all kinds! Here you will find resources, ideas, lessons, free printables, and more (2/17/09)


Mathtrain.TV is a free educational "kids teaching kids" project from Mr. Marcos & his students at Lincoln Middle School in Santa Monica, CA (2/16/09)


iWASwondering.org is a project of the National Academy of Sciences intended to showcase the accomplishments of contemporary women in science and to highlight for young people the varied and intriguing careers of some of today's most prominent scientists (2/12/09)


The Mask of Lincoln impressive gallery of Lincoln portraits, all captioned with interesting historical sidebars. The famous cracked-plate image of Lincoln, taken shortly before his assassination, is included (2/12/09)


Ghost Blasters is an arcade-style game designed to help students learn to multiply and divide quickly in their heads while having fun (2/11/09)


On the OLogy website students can explore a variety of science topics including genetics, biodiversity, and paleontology. (2/7/09)


Lure of the Labyrinth is a digital game for middle-school pre-algebra students. It includes a wealth of intriguing math-based puzzles wrapped into an exciting narrative game (2/3/09)


MIKIDS for YOUR KIDS! Interactive activites for elementary students (2/3/09)


Exuberant Games! Free Addition, Subtraction & Division Games (1/30/09)


Grammar Ninja is a fun game for students to play as they develop a working knowledge of the parts of speech (1/29/09)


Visual Fractions a tutorial that models fractions using number lines and circles (1/29/09)


Thecolor.com 100% Free Online Coloring - hundreds of images (1/27/09)


KScience Animations Flash animations for numerous science topics (1/16/09)


Multimedia Biograhies Presidents, scientists, historical figures, more from Harcourt (1/14/09)


Literactive the leading provider of reading material for pre-school, kindergarten and grade 1 students available online. (1/11/09)


Graphic Organizers classify ideas and communicate more effectively. Use graphic organizers to structure writing projects, to help in problem solving, (1/9/09)


BBC-Bitesize clever interactives in math, science, and English for primary grades (1/6/09)


Five Fun Spelling Games online spelling games for elementary school, middle school, and high school students.(1/6/09)


Gamequarium A collection of language arts, math, science, and social studies interactive games for grades PreK-6


Kids for Saving Earth many suggestions for activities, worksheets, music, and video that will encourage any viewer to pitch in to help save the Earth


K-2 Student Interactives from the Utah Education Network

Related - 3-6 Student Interactives


Speakaboos  brings classic children's entertainment into a digital world. Beloved characters and treasured stories are given new life through amazing celebrity performances, beautiful illustrations, and original music. Children develop literacy skills while learning about technology in a safe and fun environment.


Storynory  is an online treasure trove of audio stories. Here you will find a mixture of new stories, fairy tales, and specially adapted myths and histories.


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