This site has math fact
worksheets, place value problems, addition
without carrying, subtraction without borrowing,
suites of multiplication tests using various
methodologies, fractions and more. It’s done
wonders for my kids. I hope it does the same for
Pluto take information from Earth’s Science lessons and
present a video about the universe on their news channel.
with a variety of toys on the International
Space Station to help students understand
microgravity. In this activity, students write
about how a certain toy behaves on Earth; then
they predict how that same toy will behave in
the microgravity environment of space. The
students can watch footage from space showing
astronauts using the toys to determine if the
predictions are correct.
are words or phrases made by mixing up the
letters of other words or phrases, e.g.
THE EYES is an anagram of
THEY SEE. Here are some more
a dynamic web-based
multimedia resource for educators, that promises to make a
significant contribution to enhancing the teaching of
information literacy skills to children. At no time in history
has the ability to locate, organize, evaluate, manage and use
information been more critical for today's learners. These
skills, collectively referred to as information literacy, lay
the groundwork for success in every phase of a student's life
both in and out of school.
when a pirate meets a fox in the woods? You have the power to
decide -- meeting new characters, going on great adventures and
creating your very own story along the way.
StoryMakerlets you control characters and objects - and
creates sentences for you! Once you are done with your story,
save it online or print it out in the Library.
interactive game has students completing
cloze stories with designated parts of speech.
Clock Face Challenge
Copyright for kids -
This website is
especially for kids. Go on an
interactive adventure. Take part in all the activities. Discover what copyright really means. There is a test you can take at the end to see
what you really do know! There are six questions with full answers
provided on the next page.
recently, Saturn's tiny moon
Enceladus was thought to be cold and dead. But close
observations by the Cassini spacecraft have revealed
dramatic features and has sparked new widespread
interest in this frozen world, making it a prime
target in NASA's search for life. Uncover the many
unique features of Enceladus and watch the story
Each member of a research group visited either the
Virgin Islands or Hawaii. If 8 members went to the
Virgin Islands, 13 went to Hawaii, and 3 went to
both locations, how many researchers were in the