Student Resources

girlAtBoardOnline Learning Resources for Students

 

Mission-US - A free revolutionary war interactive experience for kids
Starfall - An interactive site with a variety of activities for younger learners
PBS kids - An interactive site with a variety of activities for younger learners
NASA kids - An interactive site with a variety of activities
BBC - An interactive site with a variety of activities for younger learners
Funbrain - An interactive site with a variety of activities for younger learners
Storyline - Videos of famous people reading children's books
ChemComics - A great way to help student learn the periodic table of elements
Pestworld - A fun site that teaches students about insects
Kitses - An interactive site that teaches students about different foods and how they are digested by the human body
Innerbody - A site to help older students to help learn about the human body
NASAQuest - Learning for all ages about space
Bens Guide - Helps students grades 3-5 learn about our government
Secrets@Sea - Teaches students about the ecology of our oceans
PBS Kids Zoom - Kids teaching science to kids. Although PBS is mentioned above, this page is not easily found from the home page of PBS Kids
Exploratorium - A wonderful site for the Sciences and slightly older students
National Geographic for Kids - Many activities for kids of all ages to learn about our world
National Library - This site contains activities for math students ranging from kindergartenthrough 12th grade
Shodor - A site full of math activities for older students
Chemistry Comes Alive - A list of videos and explanations of chemistry concepts
Chemistry Timeline - An interactive timeline which contains information on a variety of chemistry topics
PHET - Interactive physics simulations created at the University of Colorado Boulder
myPhysicsLab - Interactive physics simulations created by a software engineer in Seattle Washington.
Edheads - This is a wonderful interactive science site where a student can explore simple machines or even perform hip surgeyy. This is a must see for science teachers!
Shodor - This site has a lot of interactive activities that can help students learn higher level math concepts.
Jason.org - This is a great site where students can explore a wide variety of topics in science using digital games and labs. Accounts are free and you have the opportunity to purchase units of study if you wish.
NOAA - This government site has a variety of interactivie activities that help students learn about our planet.
Printing Press - Great tools from ReadWriteThink.org helping student write brochures and newspapers.  (Flash based)
Interactive Activities - This site contains a huge list of interctive learning activities for students (flash based)