CURRICULUM MATERIALS CENTER
Great Web Sites for Kids
A collection of websites for students, teachers, and parents.
Kidspace@the Internet Public Library
A fun and educational site where kids can play math games, read stories and jokes, or conduct science experiments.
KEWL (Kid's Excellent Web Links)
A website designed by Jill Dembsky for students to use for research or fun.
A collection of art lesson plans for all levels.
Ask Dr. Math
A website featuring math-related questions answered with step-by-step solutions.
A+ Math is designed to help students improve math skills with interactive problem solving.
MegaMath is a website designed by classroom teachers, mathematicians, students, school administrators, computer scientists, and parents to teach math skills.
Frank Potter's Science Gems
This website hosts a wealth of science-related resources for parents, teachers, students, and scientists.
A website devoted to teaching children about astronomy sponsored by NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.
Anne Frank Online
Anne Frank Center USA's website that presents information on Anne Frank and the Holocaust.
Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids
A website featuring Benjamin Franklin teaching K-12 students about the federal government.
A website with many resources on African-American history.
National Archives and Records Administration
A website hosted by the NARA that provides lessons corresponding to historic government documents.
The New York Times' Learning Network
A website sponsored by The New York Times, which is updated daily, with lessons and activities corresponding to The New York Times.
This page last updated May 17, 2012.
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