Subject Areas - M = Math, L = Language arts, S = Science, R = Research
Games and information for children and adults.
Code.org (computer programming, all ages)
Learn to program using videos and tutorials.
Code Combat (Computer programming, older students)
More challenging coding program, students type in code-- suggest doing Code.org or Tynker first.
Dinosaurs ( R )
This site contains just about everything you might want to know about dinosaurs. It also includes jokes, pictures, a dino quiz, and a geologic time chart.
Eduscapes ( R)
A site for life-long learners of all ages.
Game Aquarium ( M )
Pre K - grade 12. A variety of interactive activities for Number operations, algebra, measurement, geometry and probability.
Math Playground ( M )
Mr. Nussbaum ( M, L, S )
National Zoo ( R )
Washington D.C.'s National Zoo. This site includes photos and information about the animals. Live video feed is also available.
Refdesk.com ( R )
Fact checker for the Internet.
SAM - Seattle Art Museum
Photographs and information on exhibits in Seattle's museum.
San Diego Zoo ( R )
This is an exciting site about the San Diego Zoo, which includes activities for kids.
A learning site for adults that has some great tutorials for upper elementary students as well. Lessons for Reading, Math, Writing, Vocabulary and more are available.
Tynker Computer programming)
Learn programming (code)
Typing Instructor for Kids (keyboarding practice)
KSD website for keyboard practice grades 2 and 3.
You can type in any subject you want information about and pull up sites to visit.
Wacky Web Tales ( L )
The White House ( R )
Word Wizard ( L )
World History ( R )