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Learning Sites for Kids (and Teachers)

Reading/Language Arts


  • Graphing – Create-a-Graph
  • Math Games – Really cool games to help you master your math facts
  • The Math Page – This is a really great site from Manhattan Community College
  • A+ Math – This site is great fun for third graders and up
  • Math Dictionary for Kids – Great math dictionary for kids
  • DiscoverySchool.com Worksheet Maker – A super way to make math worksheets.try it!
  • Aunty Math – Aunty Math presents math challenges that encourage thinking skills for students in grades K-5.
  • Clocks . Teaching Time – This resource, produced by the Franklin Institute Online Fellows, takes an educational look at timepieces in the collection of the Franklin Institute Science Museum
  • Cool Math – Cool Math is “designed for the pure enjoyment of mathematics.” This interactive site features games, puzzles, calculators, and lesson plans.
  • Harcourt Animated Math Glossary – This is a complete online dictionary of math terms.
  • Math.com: The World of Math Online – Math.com: The World of Math Online is chock full of everything to do with math from the most basic to advanced topics. It includes homework help, calculators, games, practice, and much more.
  • Teach R Kids Math – This site provides online interactive math practice that covers a range of topics from simple to advanced for elementary school children.
  • AAA Math – Hundreds of pages of basic math skills to more advanced challenges.
  • BBC Math – Math game wheel.
  • Polygon Playground – All about polygons!


More Math Sites Galore!




  • Food Pyramid – Fun, healthy activities!Kids Health-Health for kids!
  • Dole 5 a Day – Highly interactive site from Dole Foods encourages kids to eat well.
  • Nutrition Cafe – This site offers students the opportunity to learn about nutrition in a fun, interactive way.
  • Nutrition Explorations – This site provides teachers, food-service professionals, and students with information and resources about nutrition, the Food Guide Pyramid, and healthful living.
  • Healthy Teeth – Oral health education database.
  • No Cavities Club – The No Cavities Club is a site dedicated to healthy teeth. Dr. Bunny teaches children about oral hygiene with interactive games, stories, and art projects.
  • The Food Guide Pyramid – The Food Guide Pyramid was designed as an easy way to show the groups of foods that make up a healthy diet.
  • Sleep For Kids – Teaching kids the importance of sleep from the National Sleep Foundation

Social Studies

A Village Called Earth

World Facts

Where in the World

5 responses to “Learning Sites for Kids (and Teachers)

  1. Lisa Johnson July 16, 2011 at 8:45 am

    Your website is a great resource! I’m starting to think about preparing for the fall, so I will definitely be using your site a lot in the coming months.

    Just thought I’d write to suggest another site that I just discovered. My students love books, I’m excited to work picture books into my lessons. The site is:


    I didn’t see it on the site so I thought I’d let you know about it.

    Thanks again for the great resource. I’m actually starting to feel excited for back to school (mid-August where I live).


  2. Eric Holshoe March 14, 2010 at 5:30 pm

    I found you on Classroom 2.0 and spent some time looking at your blog today. Very impressive! Nice work!

  3. Lorraine December 29, 2009 at 1:56 pm

    I enjoyed reviewing your list of educational sites. I’d like to recommend another site that my students enjoy using called ‘Roy the Zebra.’ http://www.roythezebra.com There are several interactive games on the site that kids enjoy playing while learning.

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