Educational Sites for Children:
- Global Show-n-Tell Museum-
This site is a show-n-tell site for children. They can post their
artwork on this site. The children's art is split up into different
age groups. Each age group is named after some type of bird. Many
of the children that have posted their artwork have their own
web pages. You can click on their pictures to go to their sites.
This site is a good one to have children visit.
This site gives information on the history of Scholastic. It includes
descriptions of their nearly 40 classroom magazines. The descriptions
of magazines include what grade level and subject they are for.
Scholastic also publishes some core and supplemental programs.
Descriptions of these programs can be found on this site. Scholastic
also publishes some magazines, you can find descriptions and online
copies of these magazines on the site. There is also information
about some of the children's books they publish. This information
includes information about what these books are about. This is
a great site to visit for both teachers and students.
- National Geographic Society-
Games, trivia questions, science projects, amazing facts, extraordinary
things kids have done, upcoming TV specials and online articles
- PBS Online- Information
about what people in different careers use the Internet for, puzzles,
free electronic field trips, online math projects tips for teachers
on using technology and teacher resources (video tapes, guides,
books and software).
- KidPub Crew-
At this site young writers can publish their stories, find
an email pal, or work with others on a story in progress.