Lower elementary is at the beginning of the list, the level gets higher as you work your way down the list.
- Literacy Center (Kdg, 1st)
- Spelling Match
- Word Level Games
- Sentence Level Games
- Characters - pick a character and write a story about them
- Wacky Web Tales
Parent and Student Web Resources
A page of links on the district site that lists a variety of useful web resources.
Science Fair Project Resource Center
For those of you who have never done a science fair project before, DON'T PANIC! The IPL's Science Fair Project Resource Guide will help you through the whole project by guiding you to a variety of excellent web resources.
The LiteracyCenter is an open and free forum where parents and teachers can find professionally designed educational material to share with their children. Initially funded by a U.S. Department of Education Small Business Innovation Research contract, the LiteracyCenter.Net was designed to develop web-based learning strategies for "at risk" children in the United States.
Cool 4 Kids
A site that has links on a variety of different subjects for teens and kids
A resource site for kids that contains lots of educational links that help make science fun
Help students improve their math skills interactively
Play to learn, educational games for your child
Videos teaching you everything from space to addition
Wacky Web Tales
Kids can make up their own wacky web tales. Geared for grades 3 and up.
The Soo Locks
Demonstrates how the Soo Locks work
Puzzlemaker is a puzzle generation tool for teachers, students and parents. Create and print customized word search, criss-cross, math puzzles, and more-using your own word lists.
For fun at home or for a school project, quickly make a word search or crossword puzzle on your computer.
The KidZone site is targeted to the Kindergarten thru Grade Six age group. This site is a compilation of family friendly websites created and produced by a mother and young daughter team.
Web site for teachers, parents, and kids featuring free educational games, coloring pages, interactive e-books, holiday activities, musical postcards, crafts, and more!
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