This online encyclopedia contains, encyclopedia, magazine, and reference book articles as well as images, interactive learning games, and full text EBooks. It also features citation tools, Lexile and TEKS correlation searches, text to speech, topic lists, and translation options.
This is the Spanish version of Britannica, and it contains the same resources including encylopedia, magazine, and reference book articles as well as images, interactive learning games, and full text EBooks. It also features citatio tools, Lexile and TEKS correlation searches, text to speech, topic lists, and translation options.
Kids InfoBits contains magazine, newspaper, and reference book articles and images. It features citation tools, highlighting, notes, search by Lexile and TEKS correlations, text to speech options, and translations.
National Geographic Kids
This site contains full text magazines, images, videos, and full text EBooks. It also features citation tools, highlighting and notes, and topic lists.
World Book Online- Kids
This online encyclopedia contains articles, pictures, videos, maps, games, and activities. It features citation tools, Lexile and TEKS correlation searches, text to speech options, topic lists, and translations.
World Book Enciclopedia EstudiantilSearch the World Book site in Spanish!
KidtopiaA safe, kid-friendly, and reliable way to search Google. The site also contains games, activities, and research information for each topic listed.
This site contains reading, math, skill, and strategy games for grades K-5.
Use these fun digital story boards to create your own story, re-tell a story you've read, or demonstrate your understanding of a new concept. The possibilities are endless! Log-in required.
Designed for Pre-K through 8th grade, this website allows students to read a variety of comics and books. It also contains math, reading, and literacy games for each grade level.
Developed by an elementary school teacher, this website is full of math, reading, word, and lab games ranging from grades K-6.
What do you wonder? Explore the wonder of the day or search out answers to your own wonders. Wonderopolis has something for everyone.
Learn the basics of computer programming through this coding website. Cruise through the tutorials and then move on to the games. This website teaches you the basics of creating your own video games and computer programs.
Practice your library shelving skills by putting the books in the correct order.
Use your critical thinking skills and creativity to find the clues that will help you crack the codes to open the locks.
Explore the world through this Google Maps based game!
Discovery Education offers educational videos, content boards, virtual field trips, images, audio, live streaming, and professional development resources among many other things. Teacher accounts must be created using the assigned code. See Mrs. Moore for more information.Pebble GoPebble Go is a research database specifically designed for K-2 students. It is very simple, easy to use, and will read the text aloud. It's never too early to learn how to research, and Pebble Go makes it fun and easy.
Scratch takes coding to a whole new level! This is another free resource, but student accounts can easily be created so that work can be saved. See the inside of other user created games and learn to create and share your own. There is also a Scratch Jr.! Even more exciting, Scratch can be done in Spanish! All you have to do is change the language at the bottom of the page, and then you write your codes in Espanol!
“Prodigy is a free to use, curriculum-aligned, adaptive, online, RPG (Role Playing Game) style video game. Featuring over 50,000 questions spanning Grades 1 - 8 in 6 different curricula, players will get to watch their very own wizard grow stronger, learn new spells and acquire new equipment while facing ever more powerful opponents, all by answering math questions!”Order in the Library GamePractice your shelving skills with this fun and challenging game.