Fun & Games
Sometimes, you your students just need to take a break.
Find everything from games to puzzles to coloring.
The Kidz Page has everything from games to puzzles to coloring.
The U.S. Geologic Survey hosts this site, introducing kids to the the world around them using coloring pages, connect-the-dots, stories, games, puzzlers, and fun projects.
4kids offers AskAmy for technology questions and updated cool spots for learning and current events questions.
Many such sites are available, but this site is one of the best for kids to visit on their own.
Edheads hosts free science and math games and activities that promote critical thinking. Choose from topics like Simple Machines, Virtual Knee Surgery or Design A Cell Phone.
Build bridges so that the workers can get the cargo from the other side of the valley. Not as easy as it looks. Check out their other bridge games, some easier, some not.
Games, web cams, pictures, activities and more games. The Smithsonian Institution has an amazing collection of activities for kids of all ages.
Not all students use English as their first language.
Here's a fun site from PBS for you Spanish speakers.
National Geographic Kids includes games, videos, stories and even how to build a Terrarium.
Games for all ages at Discovery Kids. Build a dinosaur, star in a game show or fly a helecopter.
This site for parents indexes a wide selection of websites geared towards kids, from games to virtual worlds to homework help.
An extensive lists of sites for students to check out.
While the Yuckiest Site on the Internet is no more, it will be fondly remembered for it's worms and ... well ... never mind.
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• Cable Channel Internet Resources
• English Language Development Software
• Evaluating the Quality of Information on the Internet
• Example Virtual Libraries
• General References
• Math Made Easy(er)
• New Visualization Tools
• PBS and NPR Resources