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Sites for Grades PreK-2
Literacy - an early childhood language learning site. Includes French, Spanish, and German. Reading instruction and reading games for students in Pre-K-1. It's hard to believe this site is free. -a site with online stories and activities. Grades pre-K-Kindergarten.*

Online Story Time-This site is more for teachers but has many online stories.

Martha Speaks.This site is good for beginning ELLs in grades k-2. It is advertised as a pre-school site but the stories are suitable forK-1 students.

Games on PBS Kids - Games for K-2. "WordPlay" can be used for students in grades 3-4.

Arthur -Sequencing activity where students hear a story and put pictures in order.

Storyline Online -A terrific site with stories read by actors from the ScreenActors' Guild. Grades 1-4.*

Reading-A-To-Z - This is a commercial site with free books that you can download and print. Grades 1-4.

Clifford - Activities pre-K-2.Try the reading and writing section with students in grades 2-3.

Videos - Short Clifford videos. Click on "See and Hear." Grades K-2.

Berenstain Bears Games and Songs - Great activities for young children including word games, songs and puzzles. Grades K-2.

Discover Science Simulations Science content from Houghton Mifflin Science Series.

Sites for Grades 3-5
MadLibs  for Advanced Beginners in Grades 3-5

Grammar Gorillas for Advanced Beginners in Grades 3-5

Stories for Kids for Advanced Beginners in Grades 3-5

Kiz Club Stories about a variety of topics for grades 1-3

Songs for Kids - Grammar songs for students in Grades 2-5.

Postcards from Buster - See Buster's adventures from various places in the U.S. Each city has video, audio, map skills and games. Grades 3-5.*

Arthur - Games from Arthur. Grades 2-5.

Captain Underpants - Make a comic. Grades 2-4

Scholastic - A program for kids to make flashcards. Grades 3-8.

Surfing the Net with Kids Site with games and puzzles in different subject areas.

Write a book report - Students make a book report sandwich. Grades 4-8.

Spelling Wizard - Use spelling words to make a word search or sentence scramble. Grades 3-6.

The Story Starter, Jr. - Select a story starter for students in grades 4-12.

Poetry - Gives examples of different types of Poetry.

Science vocabulary - Label pictures using science vocabulary. Grades 4-8.*

Songs for ELLs with words.* Grades 3-12.

Word Game Intermediate students in grades 5-8.

FunBrain reading Intermediate students in grades 5-8.

Zoom - Games, activities and science experiments from the TV Show Zoom. Grades 4-6.

U.S. Symbols - U.S. Government information from Ben's Guide. Grades 3-5.

Social Studies Vocabulary Games - Vocabulary from U.S. government. Grades 3-5.

Spiders.  Spider activities for kids. Gr. 3-6. The U.S. Mint Nasa for Kids

Sites for Grades 4-8
Multicultural Stories - Stories from around the world by Nick Jr. Grades 3-8

Brainteasers, Puzzles and Riddles - Kids' page from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. Grades 5-8

Translation Site -  Students can bookmark this site to translate words from English to their native language. Grades 3-12.

Interactive games and activities- Social Studies Games from Ben's Guide to the U.S Government. Grades 5-8.

Homophone game - Match homophones in this concentration game.* Grades 4-8.

Wordsearches - Wordsearches on U.S. Presidents. Grades 4-8.

PBS This is a great resourse on Colonial America Nasa for Kids

Sites for Grades 9-12 You’ll be on top of the world after you receive help from this site, which contains a section on the study of geography, as well as in-depth analyses of United States and world geography. This site is broken down into three sections. The first section contains links to information about the three branches of the United States government: the President, the Supreme Court, and the Congress. The second section contains general information about the United States, and the third section contains general information about countries of the world. This site will keep you up-to-date on the latest news in nature and geography. In addition, you will find links to animals, history, maps, people and places and more. This official site of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. features links to each of the Smithsonian’s museums and their exhibitions, as well as special online resources in art and design, history and culture, and science and technology.  addition to helping you find spellings and definitions of words, this site gives you tips on how to use words properly and contains a new “Word of the Day” for you to learn about each day. The IPL (Internet Public Library) contains virtual stacks of reference information including almanacs and geography resources. IPL librarians are also available to answer any questions you have while using their site.  This TeenSpace portion of the IPL’s Web site contains resources for college and career advice as well as homework resources by subject. This site is a free virtual resource center that contains links to the best library and reference sites on the Internet, including the Library of Congress and Encyclopedia Britannica. In addition, you can search for science project ideas, ask homework questions, search full-text publications and much more. This site contains an encyclopedia and an almanac as well as a directory of thousands of Web sites covering a variety of topics. This site will help you find synonyms and antonyms for words and also contains links to word games such as crossword puzzles and word searches. This site contains information regarding College planning. Library of Congress New York Times Learning Network Biography of America Eye Witness to History

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