4Kids Web Site - This site has games and activities for children and can assist children in using the web with homework.
Ask Jeeves for Kids - The "kid friendly" version of Ask Jeeves that is built with students in mind. Just ask a question and receive an answer. Study Help is also available by clicking the book stack.
Berit's Best Sites for Children - Great site for children to go to keep themselves entertained while learning at the same time.
Cool Science for Curious Kids - Explore the microscopic world around you, see what's in the air you breathe, discover how caterpillars change into butterflies, and learn about plants. This great site features animations, sounds, quizzes, and hands-on activities from five children's and science museums around the United States. The site is targeted at elementary school students.
Facts 4 Me - research on many topics
Fact Monster - Access to on-line reference materials such as an atlas, almanac, dictionary, and encyclopedia.
Fun Brain - FunBrain.com enables teachers to integrate games and thousands of assessment quizzes into their daily lesson plans.
Grammar Lady On-line - This site contains frequently asked grammar questions and examples, columns about grammar questions, the grammar tip of the week, an email address to talk with the Grammar Lady, and the typo of the week. There is also an 800 number children can use.
Jan Brett's Home Page - Jan Brett is the author and illustrator of many children's books. She has a distinctivve style that really appeals to children of primary age. There are activities, teacher helps, and other fun stuff for kids here.
Kids Click - Web search for kids put together by librarians. Guides elementary users to age appropriate web sites.
Pebble Go- research website
Time for Kids - This is Time Magazine for kids. It breaks down topics into interest categories like the regular Time Magazine, however they are at the student's level.
Tornado Project - This site has everything kids would want to know about tornadoes including safety rules, how cells form, photos, videos, puzzles and the Fujita scale. There are links to other sites, too.
Great site for students to practice keyboarding skills through a series of lessons. Students will need to use their personal password.
Volcano World - Calls itself "The premier source of volcano info on the web" and justifiably so.What starts off as a very colorful but simple homepage, connects with about every volcanic site on the web. Under volcano starting points, you can view any volcano on earth and even volcanoes on other planets. You can interact with volcanists, visit their volcano mall for posters etc. and about anything else you could ever want to find out about volcanoes.
Yahooligans - This a fun and educational site for children. It is a way for them to gather information and learn without even realizing it. There are many subject areas covered.
Youth Sports Network - An organized home page that allows students to find instruction/lessons/tips in all sports. Information can be located on health and fitness. Not only are online games available, but ideas for parents to do things at home in their own backyard is available.When studying a particular sport, a history of the sport and of the people behind its invention is available. You will also find historical information about past/current legends of the sport.