A Listing of Educational Links for Parents and Students of Kinder Elementary School
This regents test prep site is excellent to brush up on concepts and information from math to science to language arts. The information here will really let you understand what your child is supposed to be learning.
The Kids Express is a site that was made for kids, welcomes kids, and is maintained by kids. The Kids Express supports learning in fun ways, so that the kids don't even realize that they're learning.
Ports of Call: Quiz Adventure
Elementary School Throughout the Ages
This web site is about elementary school throughout the ages.
Authors and Illustrators
Authors and Illustrators
Children's Author Directory
Links to sites with information on children's authors and illustrators.
Children's Authors & Illustrators Internet
A list of links to homepages of authors and illustrators of books for children.
Children's Authors & Illustrators and
From the Children's Literature Web Guide, an annotated list of websites on individual children's authors and illustrators.
Children's Literature-- Authors & Illustrators
-Fairrosa Cyber Library
A list of links to sites about children's authors and illustrators. Also includes listing by date or name of birthdays of authors and illustrators of children's books.
Dr. Seuss's Seussville!
A collection of games and activities related to the works of Dr. Seuss.
Internet Public Library Youth Division: Author
Author biographies, Ask The Author, and Author Links with links to some of your favorite authors and illustrators.
Library-Authors & Illustrators
A collection of links to lots of web sites about authors and illustrators of children's books.
Authors and Illustrators
More than 300 links to author and illustrator web sites.
Yahoo! Index of
A long list of links to Internet resources about individual children's authors.
The Book Wire Electronic Children's Books Index
Carol Hurst's Children's Literature Site
A collection of reviews of great books for kids, ideas of ways to use them in the classroom and collections of books and activities about particular subjects, curriculum areas, themes and professional topics.
Children's Literature Sampler
A source of information about books and related materials for children through grade 8. Includes history of children's literature.
Children's Literature Web Guide
A list of links to Internet resources about books for children and young adults.
The John Newbery Medal
Information about the award presented annually by the American Library Association to the author of "the most distinguished contribution to American literature for children." Includes information about current wining title and honor books as well as lists of previous winners.
The Randolph Caldecott Medal
Information about the award presented annually by the American Library Association to the artist of "the most distinguished American picture book for children." Includes information about current wining title and honor books as well as lists of previous winners.
On-Line English Grammar
The Weekly Idiom
A collection of online resources to help students improve their math skills. Includes interactive games, a utility to create and print your own flashcards, and a homework helper section that allows the student to input a math problem and answer and then lets the student know whether the answer is correct.
How many computer-generated arithmetic problems can you answer in 60 seconds? The student can choose an operation (addition, subtraction, multiplication or division) and a range of numbers to use.
Ask Dr. Math -
Elementary School Level
A collection of questions on elementary school math with answers by Dr. Math.
From the DuPage Museum, a collection of fun math activities for kids.
Basic Math Drill and Practice
Online practice of math facts; allows student to select operation and range of numbers to be used in problems.
Flash Cards for Kids
Select the arithmetic operations, degree of difficulty and number range for interactive online flash cards.
Fun Brain - Numbers
A variety of games related to numbers and mathematics, including Cookie Dough, Math Baseball, & Power Football.
Fun School .com
A collection of online games-- including math and number games-- for pre-school through sixth grade.
"Whether it's time, money, or weather, it is certainly convenient to have a standard system of measurement to rely on. Here are some old and new ways people have devised to keep track of, compare, and define quantities of things." From Yahooligans.
A collection of online interactive math tutorials, quizzes and games from Addison Wesley Publishing.
Math Brain Teasers
Math for Kids
Designed by two fourth graders, this site features math problems with a medieval twist.
A K-12 telecommunications project developed in El Paso, Texas, Math Magic posts challenges in each of four categories (k-3, 4-6, 7-9 and 10-12) to trigger each registered team to air up with another team and engage in a problem-solving dialog. When an agreement has been reached, one solution is posted for every pair.
Worksheets of word problems for Grades 1-8, including seasonal and topical problems. (Not an online activity; worksheets need to be printed and completed offline. Answer keys included.)
The Mega Math project is intended to bring unusual and important mathematical ideas to elementary school classrooms so that young people and their teachers can think about them together.
Monsters star in word problems featuring counting, addition, subtraction and multiplication with illustrations of monsters.
Multiplication Speed Drill
Online arithmetic game lets user choose operation and level of difficulty. Running score is displayed, and correct answers are given if answer given is incorrect.
Quiz Math Activities
A collection of online math activities. From the Quiz home page teachers or students can easily create their own games and quizzes which are posted and accessed on the Quiz web site.
Room 108 Math
Lots of interactive online math activities.
Take A Chance: Online Probability Project
An instructional unit on mathematical probability.
Information and links to websites about telling time. Includes daylight savings time, history of clocks, sundials, and ways of telling time by using the natural world.
This site is great for kids K-12. It features a "Problem of the Week" for each age group, as well as an area called "Ask Dr. Math", in which kids can both find frequently asked questions and also email in their own math questions.
This site makes science fun and accessible to kids in kindergarten through 6th grade. The information is communicated through a game-like interface using cartoon characters to guide them through the science activities.
An online encyclopedia designed to teach the fundamental components of the cosmos. From planets to galaxies, to comets to constellations, you will find a plethora of information at your fingertips.
The Scripps Howard National Spelling Bee
Stories and Storytelling
Children's Storybooks Online
Tales of Wonder
A collection of stories and folktales from around the world. Stories can be read online.
Cyber kids Home
For Young Writers
Advice, articles and interviews useful to young writers; links that might help young writers get started and network with other young writers; online and offline writing groups, associations, and workshops; markets for young writers to publish their work online and offline; discussion forum for young writers.
Kid Pub WWW Publishing
A site for publishing kids' writing and reading writing of other kids.
Scriptito's Place - Creative Writing Resource
Creative writing resource center for kids.
OTHER EDUCATIONAL AND ENTERTAINING SITES
Calls itself "educational and entertaining playground." Distinct offerings include chat sessions with children around the world.
Illustrated pages celebrate each letter with representative animated characters and objects.
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