Learn about astronomy, space, telescopes, stars, discoveries. Includes “Tonight’s Sky” constellations, deep sky objects and planets.
Designed especially for students, the Sea World/Busch Gardens Animal Information Database provides cool animal facts, quizzes, activities!
Designed to help beginners program mobile apps for Android. Offers tutorials with step-by-step directions.
Explore the fascinating world of biology through puzzles, quizzes, and games! A real biologist will also answer your biology questions.
Covers matter, elements, atoms, reactions, and describes different types of chemistry ranging from biochemistry to physical chemistry.
CIA World Factbook provides information on the history, economy, government, and demographics of the world’s countries.
City Kidz World literary magazine helps students develop a love of reading, writing, and vocabulary. Inside the magazine, there are stories, essays, poems, and art by children grades 1st through 12th.
Features Hour of Code, a special program designed to teach beginners how to code. Tutorials for people of all ages to learn Scratch, Hopscotch and Java programming languages.
An amusement park of games, lessons and more, designed to teach math and make it FUN.
An educational site covering history, science, geography, math, and biographies. Pages are written to be easy to read and understand.
This guide to school readiness includes four sections that change monthly. Each section includes book and website recommendations. Vector Illustration by www.vecteezy.com
On IXL, math is more than just numbers. With unlimited questions, engaging item types, and real-world scenarios, IXL helps learners experience math at its most mesmerizing!
Learn a variety of mathematical concepts including basic math, algebra, and geometry, through free, easily downloadable videos.
Clear answers to questions on global climate through sections on weather, air, the ocean, fresh water, carbon, energy, plants and animals and technology.
NASA for kids provides information on Space Exploration, Astronomy, and NASA as a whole.
Here you’ll find mathematical games, problems and articles for grades 1-12 presented in a way that makes math fun!
From the American Museum of Natural History – kids can learn about all the cool creatures and natural elements that make up our world.
PBS Kids has more than 60 reading games, with characters from Sesame Street, Clifford, Martha Speaks, Cailou, and more.
A Periodic Table of Elements that contains more than 25 scientific truths about each element including density, state, atomic radius, etc.
Programming language and an online community; program and create your own interactive stories, games and animation and share with others.
Short stories that concentrate on a vowel or blend sound. Useful for children in preschool through second grade.
Watch short videos modeling songs, rhymes, and fingerplays for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers. Each video includes helpful early literacy tips.
Provides fun and interesting information on science and technology, searchable by grade level. Find games, experiments, activities and more!
United States Geological Survey presents resources that may be useful to those in grade Kindergarten to Grade 6.
Created by the BBC, Walking with Dinosaurs features individual pages featuring interesting facts, images and statistics on particular dinosaurs.
The World Almanac for Kids is an online resource that provides resources for homework, reports, and projects, and entries for biographies, maps, timelines, primary source documents, images and videos.
World Book Online offers thousands of articles, as well as hundreds of maps, videos, and other media for an immersive learning experience.
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