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Educational Websites for Students!

Fun, educational websites for kids over the summer:

  1. DoWriteCampaign.com – A global literary magazine started by a 15-year-old girl who goes to high school in Massachusetts (Suggested by teacher Sara Krakauer)
  2. ixl.com — A math skills review website that lets students answer 20 practice questions each day for free (Suggested by Jodi Kadish Kerble)
  3. Visual.ly – Encourage kids to look at an infographic a day (Suggested by Darren Burris)
  4. Gws.ala.org  Great Websites for Kids, curated by the American Library Association (Suggested by Willona Sloan)
  5. WatchKnowLearn.org – Educational videos on a wide variety of learning topics (Suggested by Leathiuos Odysseus)
  6. MusicTheory.net — Fun music lessons (Suggested by Spencer Lloyd)
  7. Kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids – National Geographic for Kids (Suggested by Jaclyn Marie)
  8. BoomWriter.com – Kids compete to write subsequent chapters of storybooks. There is a free wing and paid wing of this site. (Suggested by Ken Haynes)
  9. Toondoo.com – Create comic books online (Suggested by Lora Kelly)
  10. Conjuguemos.com — Language learning activities (Suggested by Lora Kelly)
  11. Quizlet.com and Quia.com – Create quizzes to help study (Suggested by Lora Kelly)
  12. Flocabulary.com – Great way for middle and high school students to keep up with current events using weekly rap music videos. It requires a subscription, but it’s pretty easy to get free trial subscriptions.  (Suggested by Christina Salter)
  13. FreeRice.com — Vocabulary practice for a good cause. (Suggested by David Marshall)
  14. EnglishClubPro.com – A new site with English language tutorials. (Suggested by Akmal Akbarov)
  15. BrainPop.com — Great animated games to keep your brain in shape! They offer a selection of free games here. Other material requires a subscription. (Suggested by Ted Chambers)
  16. Minecraft – This game is incredibly creative, and it involves strategic thinking, math, physics, etc. Play the demo for free, or purchase the game for $26.95. (Suggested by Jessie Voigts)
  17. Wizard101 — Go on a quest to save Wizard City, and practice math, strategy, teamwork, reading, following directions, world history and more at the same time (Suggested by Jessie Voigts)
  18. KhanAcademy — Learn just about anything for free using the KhanAcademy’s bank of exercises and videos (Suggested by Jessie Voigts)
  19. YouTube Channel, Crash Course — Get a crash course in history and science with these fun and interesting videos  (Suggested by Jessie Voigts)
  20. NGA.gov — Play games and learn about art and history on the National Gallery of Art website (Suggested by Jessie Voigts)
  21. Fun Family Learning – An excellent, huge list of online educational resources (Suggested by Linda Clinton)


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