The following site addresses are meant to be used as places to go to find information to help you in planning your day to day classwork.
Language Arts Sites
This organized site is an excellent teacher page due to its wealth of lesson plans. The plans are broken down by subject, and content area.
This is a good language arts based site for both teachers and students. It begins by selecting a grade level and then choosing from a variety of self-guided activities. This site also has access to the Jason project as well as other popular programs.
This is a site "dedicated to answering any grammar, composition, research or formatting question." You can research specific grammatical terms but cannot submit writing samples. Links to other grammar-related sites are given. This is a good reference site for students due to its basic setup.
This website is connected to our Scott Foresman reading program. The spelling and reading words, along with weekly practice lessons, stories, and activities are on this page.
This website helps students learn the parts of speech through three different levels of play.
This website has student interactives, teacher lesson plans, print worksheets, and activities.
This website has free units, online games and worksheets.
This website has journal and writing ideas. There are also morning warm-up activities.
Interactive website incorporates technology, a home connection and resources for teachers, parents and students.
This high quality site makes an excellent resource for any unit with a problem solving emphasis, or as enrichment for interested students.
Straightforward computation flash cards are generated by this site. The site works well both for basic skills remediation and, using the optional timer, as an enrichment activity for students interested in testing their mental math speed.
This impressive math site is set up tp provide computerized step-by-step tutorials on most individual problems in almost any math topic.
Math games and activities linked to the common core standards.
This website has online games that are set up by grade level and theme. There are also teacher resources for for addition, subtraction, multiplication, integers, fractions and more.
This website has games and lessons seperated by grade level and topic. There are some great reinforcement activities on this site.
Topics include science, nature, animals, technology, history, adventure, exploration, up-to-minute sciece news and real life international expeditions.
This site addresses over thirty common topics students encounter in their science instruction and clarifies and summarizes important facts that relate to each with a short, animated flick geared for kids.
This website has activities for teachers, parents and students, which includes videos, as well as hands on activities. There is also tips and ideas for science fairs. This website is for upper elementary or middle school.
This website has free resources from the US Department of Education.
This website has easy and fun science experiements as well as some ideas for science fair.
Lawrence Hall Science
This website has whiteboard friendly science activities and games to use as supplemental materials in your classroom.
Magic School Bus
This website has interactive Science games for kids. There are also quizzes and printable coloring pages, as well as science experiments students can do in the classroom or at home.
Printable World Maps
Printable maps from all over the world!
Printable 1 page maps from National Geographic, as well as student interactive maps for the interactive whiteboards.
Detailed information about each state.
Find the state!
See how quickly your students can find each state with this interactive game!