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Websites for Children

Books, Magazines, and Newspapers

Educational Resources

  • ABC Mouse - Step-by-Step Learning Path lessons consisting of books, puzzles, games, songs, art activities, and/or printables that relate to a specific topic. Each lesson offers children several different ways to learn, in accordance with the recommendations of early childhood experts.
  • Discovery School's Puzzlemker - Create and print customized word searches and puzzles
  • Education City
  • FunSchool - learn while you play a variety of educational games.
  • Fastt Math - designed to help students with basic math skills.
  • Gmail
  • Google Classroom
  • Kids Games - "unplugged" activities.
  • Kidsknowit - fun and educational games, activities, worksheets, and much more.
  • Prodigy Math Game - curriculum-aligned math game for Grades 1 - 8.
  • Seesaw
  • TenMarks
  • Think Central - You must be registered with a username and password to use this resource.
  • Tutor.com - Live homework help
  • XtraMath  - effective, efficient, adaptive, and intrinsically rewarding supplemental math activities.

Coding Resources

  • Code.org - a great starting point for coding novices that offers plenty of useful online resources, apps, and even local schools that teach coding.
  • CodeCademy - teaches kids basic code through fun and simple exercises. It’s focused on older kids and covers a variety of programming languages such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Python, Ruby, and more.
  • Code Avengers - this website offers a 7-day free trial of their courses in building web pages, apps, and games covering languages such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Python, and more. According to their website, classes are designed for ages 12+ but are successfully used by many 8 to 11-year-olds. Paid plans are available as monthly subscriptions for $29, and 6-month subscriptions for $120.
  • CodeCombat - is a platform for students to learn computer science while playing through a real game. Students can see the progression of their character through levels as they write code.
  • Code Monster - is a system that uses JavaScript and features two adjacent boxes. One displays code, the other shows what the code does. The Code Monster offers helpful prompts and a short description of what each command does.
  • Khan Academy - is an online school is known for a variety of classes, but they also have basic programming tutorials that teach kids how to build graphics, animations, interactive visualizations, and more. Their courses focus primarily on JavaScript.
  • Tynker - is another website that lets kids learn to program by modding games such as Minecraft, controlling drones and robots, creating their own apps, and more. They offer a limited number of courses for free with paid plans starting at $6/month for one child.
  • Made with Code - is Google’s project to encourage girls to pursue careers in computer science. Each coding challenge has a different purpose and topics range from the most basic ones suitable for complete beginners to advanced topics for those who already have some coding experience.
  • Stencyl - a software system that’s available for Windows, Linux, and Mac that makes learning code fun by using a drag and drop interface to create code blocks.
  • Scratch - is one of the most popular coding tools for kids, designed to help students get started with programming. Students can create animations and stories by using “building blocks” that behave like computer code does.

Entertainment

Health and Nutrition

Homework Help

   English

   Math

   Science

   Social Studies

Websites for Parents

  • Blue Suit Mom - Quick and easy advice for working moms.
  • Disney Family - A site sponsored by Disney which has recipes, parenting tips, and party and craft ideas.
  • Family Education - For parents and children of all ages, this site provides parenting ideas, family advice, and much more.
  • Parents.com - A site which provides a highly engaging, content-rich Internet learning environment that enhances student achievement.
  • The Polly Klaas Foundation - Making America safe for children.
  • Safe Kids - Learn about child safety laws, regulations, and how to protect your children
  • Starfall - free website to teach children to read with phonics

Teacher Resources

Homeschooling Sites

  • A to Z Home's Cool:  Contains information on homeschooling laws and legalities, lessons, and ideas, curriculum suppliers, and information on homeschooling for teens and the college bound.
  • E-tutor.com - E-tutor is an Internet education program designed for K-12 students, educators, and parents.  It provides empowering tools and quality educational content to create a customized learning community.
  • Home Education Magazine - Offers free online newsletters, discussion boards, interviews, and much more.
  • Home School Legal Defense Association - A non-profit advocacy organization established to defend and advance the constitutional right of their children to protect family freedoms.  Lists home schooling laws in all 50 states.
  • Homeschool Zone - An interactive global community of homeschoolers, afterschoolers, and educators.
  • Unschooling.com - This site hopes to promote, support, and encourage unschooling - in its many shapes and forms.