• Useful Websites


    Language Arts Sites
     
    www.wordcentral.com
    An educational website from Merriam-Webster featuring grammar, spelling, and vocabulary games.  Also contains dictionary activities.


    www.spellingcity.com
    This is an educational website with 25 different learning activities including spelling tests, vocabulary Flashcards, HangMouse (like Hangman), Unscramble, and crossword puzzles.



    Math Websites
     
    AAA Math features a comprehensive set of interactive arithmetic lessons. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts. A wide range of lessons (Kindergarten through Eighth grade level) enables learning or review to occur at each individual's current level.
     
    This is a fun site to practice math facts.  This site includes a wide variety of math topics from problem solving to logic games.
     
     
    Science Websites
     
     
     
    Social Studies Websites
     
     
    Learning social studies can include a wide range of topics. One of those topics is learning about all the significant people in history. Kids love to learn about famous men and women from history with fun online flash games. Studying social studies has never been easier! Students can learn facts, play games, and do activities about Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, John Adams, first ladies, and others. Presidential facts and information about famous women is easily learned here. These educational games help students build social studies skills. Elementary school, middle school, and high school students can use fun online games to help with learning about social studies. Learn trivia, work on social studies vocabulary, unscramble, match, and do word searches and jigsaw puzzles all related to historical figures. These games aren’t just for American students–students learning ESL (English as a Second Language) can benefit, too! Students of all ages and abilities love online flash games, whether they’re learning writing, spelling, math, science, social studies, or language arts. Learning can be so much easier when students have interesting, fun ways to do it. Students of all ages can improve their grades and do better in school with some educational practice with an online lesson. Best of all, kids of all ages are having fun while learning!
     

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Last Modified on June 19, 2013