Websites for Children and Parents
www.aaamath.com Math practice and activities
www.funbrain.com Great site for kids
www.aplusmath.com A+ Math
www.mathforum.org/dr.math/ Ask Dr. Math
www.mathleague.com/help/help.htm Math League help topics
www.edhelper.com Help for all subjects
www.learnzillion.com Math practice and videos
For additional explanations and models of various math strategies, go to: https://www.everydaymathonline.com/free_resources_main.html?frnologin=1
- Click on "Algorithms in Everyday Mathematics"
- Select a grade
- Select an operation
- Select an algorithm
- Select an animation
Language Arts/Reading Websites
www.merriam-webster.com Merriam Webster Word Game of the Day
www.superkids.com/aweb/tools/words Vocabulary builders
https://www.thelearningodyssey.com/ Activities are scheduled according to MAP scores
www.mobymax.com Reading, Math, Writing, and language skills
FunBrain is the Internet's premier location for interactive, educational games (math, grammar, science) for children and kids of all ages.
Time for Kids
Don’t do your homework alone! TFK’s Homework Helper is packed with tips and tools to help you succeed.
Vocabulary.com helps you learn new words, play games that improve your vocabulary, and explore language.
Luminosity is a news portal about the most interesting things in life, including information about Health, Relationships, Family, Psychology, Entertainment, Opinion, and People. Luminosity was developed to bring people information to think about, to grow and become healthier and happier.
National Geographic Kids
Play games, watch videos, learn about animals, and places, and get fun facts on the National Geographic Kids website.
Jasmine Digital Library Consortium For Kids
http://jasmine.lib.overdrive.com/DC5CC73E-DF70-4154-9CC3-8380D70164BE/10/45/en/default.htmCheck out eBooks! Anyone with a library card has access.
This is an awesome resource for researching almost anything. This site directs you to search engines that would be of the most use in your particular search. It even has various resources separated out by subject and grade level. It is a vital resource for any sort of project or topic-related assignment.
This website has a variety of resources that offer tips and tricks for parents. It contains fun things such as birthday party ideas and games as well as helpful information on child development, education, food & fitness, and general parenting tips.
This website offers games and online videos that go along with PBS shows. The content is curriculum-based while still being entertaining for kids. The games allow students to learn while they are having fun.
Know It All:http://www.knowitall.org/
This is a neat educational website with resources for students, parents, and teachers. It has dozens of useful websites that can be searched by grade level or subject.
This is a wonderful website for reading! The Screen Actors Guild Foundation records famous actors and actresses reading children’s books. This approach is not only entertaining but also helps to improve student literacy. If you can view YouTube videos, you can view these stories.
Chesterfield County Public Library:http://www.chesterfield.lib.sc.us/index.php
Don’t forget your local public library! It isn’t just a wonderful place to grab reading materials for children and adults. It also offers a variety of regular and special programs for all ages through the school year and during summer.