Suggested Websites for Elementary Students
Locate books for all subjects and age levels: folklore, ghost stories, picture books, fables and more.
Britannica on line; Look for articles, illustrations, maps, all part of Encyclopedia Britannica.
Collection of reviews for great books for kids. Ideas for ways to use them in classroom. Activities about particular subjects, curriculum areas themes and professional topics.
Creative writing exercises for young writers. More than 75 online resources, including links to author workshops and writing associations and publications for student authors.
Practice language arts skills while having fun with “mad libs". Practice nouns, verbs, and adjectives to create a crazy story to print and read.
Laura Ingalls Wilder site. Provides listing of all her books with a short summary. Personal information and places of travel with assorted trivia also included.
Leading publisher of children’s books. A treasure trove of information.
Search engine for all subject areas.
A puzzle and games generation tool for teachers, parents and students. Create and print customized word search, crossword and math puzzles using your word lists. Build your own maze or print our specialty hand-drawn mazes created around holidays and classroom topics.
Creative and interactive spot in cyberspace geared for students in grades 3 and up. Students use language skills to complete a “mad lib” experience.
Educational story, audio, game and animation content.
Spelling, grammar and math games that teachers can use.
Create your own newspaper. CRAYON is a tool for managing news sources on the Internet and the World Wide Web. CRAYON uses a simple analogy that everyone can understand - a newspaper to organize periodical information.