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This site has literacy games to help you practice your reading skills. (Go to KS2 to make the games more challenging.)
For every vocabulary word's defninition that is chosen correctly, 20 grains of rice are donated through the UN World Food Program to help end hunger.
Do you have trouble finding a book to read? This is a wonderful site designed to help you find new titles to check out. With Book Adventure, you can identify your grade level and up to five types of books you like to read. The site returns a list of titles! A good site to visit if you are stuck in a reading rut.
Practice reading comprehension strategies like using prior knowledge, making connections, questioning, visualizing, inferring, summarizing, evaluating and synthesizing by watching a video and then completing interactive activities.
This is an awesome reading site that starts with the basics and grows with the student.
This site has online stories and lots of activities that are divided by themes. The site can be viewed in English or in Spanish. The stories are mostly geared toward studetns in preschool through second grade.
This site has online streaming video programs of children's books read aloud by actors from the Screen Actors Guild. The stories change periodically. This site has stories that appeal to students in kindergarten through fifth grade.
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SpellingCity makes practicing for spelling tests fun!
Want a fun way to practice your spelling words? On this site you can create a Spelling Scramble or a Word Search from your spelling words. (Be sure to type in the words correctly!)
Use this reader's response activity to analyze the characters in any book. Print and collect your scrapbook pages.
In this game you recycle the trash that washes up on the shore by dropping the words into the correct bin. If you make mistakes, the beach will become dirty with litter!
Dan is writing up a news report. Unfortunately, he has made a few mistakes. Can you help Dan fix his mistakes?
In this game you go fishing for words. Use the correct pole to catch the word or else the word will swim off.
Represent your country in the Olympics! You not only have to be strong, but you have to be smart to win. Play "It's Greek to Me" to learn about Greek influences on the English language.
The Myths Brainstorming Machine was built to help you come up with ideas to write a myth of your own. Follow the directions, use your imagination, and have fun!
Help Charlotte from Charlotte's Web choose the perfect word for her to weave.
Pick the word that best answers the question!
Get your poetry juices flowing with the Poetry Idea Engine. This activity will allow you to write haikus, free verse, limericks, and more!
This is a great site to help you practice proofreading (or editing) your writing. The site is divided by grade levels from 2nd to 5th grade.
In this game you must use your skills to restore power to Maggie's communicator. During the game you must match prefixes and suffixes with their meanings. (This game has 4 different levels.)
Here's a quick writing activity you can try everyday! (Divided by grade levels 5K-6th)
In this game you must match up homophones that are behind the squares to reveal the hidden picture underneath.
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Here you can practice what you are learning in math class. The activities are divided by grade levels K-8.
This site has math resources to help with studying and with homework. There are interactive flashcards and games!
This site has numeracy games to help you practice your math skills. (Go to KS2 to make the games more challenging.)
This site has lots of fun math games (as well as reading and other fun games too!)
Earn dollars by correctly answering math questions!
This site has fun math activities, lessons, and games.
This is the best way to learn your times tables. Click on "Games" and go to "Interactive Games". Go to "Flash Fun" to practice. When you know your times tables, go to "Quick Flash" to test yourself.
Take a look at these activities and learn how fractions work. Be sure to vist the games section and make a few cookies for Grampy!
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Take a look at these cool interactive science sites. You'll have fun learning! Explore the other neat links the B.B.C. has to offer.
These biome links are the next best thing to a real visit. Learn about the wide variety of plants and animals found in each biome.
See excellent photos of the birds you may see in South Carolina. The Florida Museum of Natural History displays these beautiful birds on their site.
Let's go to Mars! But we first have to decide what to take! Will the Teddy Bear really be necessary?
See cells up close! Watch cells go through mitosis!
Do knee surgery! Be a weather forecaster! Find simple machines! This is a favorite on the web.
Design a house -- complete with appliances and hours of usage of the electronics, as well as heating and cooling, in the house to understand how much energy costs and how it works!
Fun science facts from the Library of Congress. Click "See More Everyday Mysteries" to get an index of all of the mysteries.
Here you can find fun activities that go along with what you are learning in Science Lab. The activities are divided into K-2nd grade and 3rd-5th grade.
This site has fun explanations about how stuff works, ranging from the human body to technology.
What do the words "Invention" and "Play" have to do with each other? Check out this cool site and see.
NASA has it all if Earth and space are interesting to you. Here are a number of interactive games for you to enjoy and learn from.
In this game it's your job to match the label to the diagrams correctly. Choose from "Layers of the Earth," "Structures of a Flower," "Anatomy of a Fish," "Respiratory System," or "Atmosphere Layers."
Keep up-to-date with what is currently happening in the world of science...
This site goes along with your science book. You can view it in English or in Spanish. The activities on the site go along with what you are learning in school.
This site from Discovery Channel Online shows the science behind gross stuff!
Take the quiz and find out how well you know your planet.
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If you were president, how would you run the country? In this decision-making game, pick advisors, balance a budget, and defend your decisions to the press.
This site has resources that can teach you how our government works, and how you can carry out your civic responsibilities.
Visit this site for really cool links to government agencies' web pages for kids.
Explore Gullah culture in South Carolina with Aunt Pearlie Sue!
On this site from Plimoth Plantation, you get to be a historian and discover new things about the Pilgrims and the first Thanksgiving. (Please be patient as this site can take a while to load.)
Take the Mapman Challenge and put your knowledge of world geography to the test.
Find places all over the United States to see!
This site takes you all over the world!
This site is an interactive museum that takes you on geography journeys. Here youll climb a mountain, hover over the Earth, speed across Europe, visit an archeological dig, and even order sushiplus games, animations, and more!
In this game, see if you can identify the 50 states and reveal their nicknames.
RiverVenture is the story of South Carolina's cultural and natural landscape as told by its rivers. RiverVenture will take you on a virtual "float-trip" across South Carolina, following the Saluda, the Congaree, the Santee and the Cooper rivers.
This site goes along with your social studies book. You can view it in English or in Spanish. The activities on the site go along with what you are learning in school.
These web pages will help you find out the basic facts of any state in the Union, including Washington, D.C. Need to know the capital of South Carolina or Alabama? Want to know which hockey teams are in California? How about the size of Montana? All that information is here and more!
On this site you can learn more about the President's house!
Take this quiz to find out how much you know about customs around the world. (For students in Grades 2-8)
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Use this to create artwork, animated movies, stories and more! Super Doodle in the Doodle Pad is great for younger (and older) students too!
Create comic strips and animated books!
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Ayuda a Maggie a volar alrededor del mundo. Escoge la suma, la resta, la multiplicación, la división o una mezcla de las cuatro. Después escoge un nivel de dificultad (Nivel1: Más Fácil y Nivel 2: Más difícil). Cada pregunta contestada correctamente llevará a Maggie hasta su próxima parada. ¡Sin embargo, sólo tienes 80 segundos para llevarla alrededor del mundo!
¿Dónde está la corteza de la Tierra? ¿Qué son las anteras de un flor? Escoge una estructura y aprende de sus partes.
Ayuda a rescatar el perro de Maggie, Dude, ¡que está atrapado sobre una azotea! Puedes rescatarlo contestando a unas preguntas de matemáticas. Escoge suma, resta, multiplicación, división o una mezcla de las cuatro. Después escoge un nivel (Fácil, Difícil, o Extremo) Cada pregunta que contestes correctamente te llevará más cerca de rescatar a Dude.
La playa se está ensuciando con gramática incorrecta, y necesitamos de tu ayuda para limpiarla. Escoge tu nivel (Nivel 1 o 2), y pon la basura en el basurero correcto.
Maggie ha olvidado la contraseña para su baúl y necesita de tu ayuda. Adivina las consonantes y las vocales para crear una palabra en Español. Cada palabra que aciertes te ayudará a abrir una cerradura, y cinco palabras abrirán su baúl.