Online Resources


    Here you will find a list of some of the best websites for students, teachers, and parents from across the net.
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    • Internet Public Library - A merger of the Internet Public Library and the Librarians' Internet Index, this site is a comprehensive source of "information you can trust." Thousands of volunteer library and information science professionals created and maintain the site’s reference collections—sets of links to websites on U. S. presidents, author biographies, museums, research and writing, literary criticism, and many more topics. The Ask an ipl2 Librarian reference service, available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, provides individualized help finding authoritative, free online sources for specific topics.
    • REFDESK - Checking facts in Internet sources is one of the key ways to evaluate them, and, which stands for "reference desk," simplifies this essential step. Since 1995, has served as a one-click springboard to many of the web's top dictionaries, encyclopedias, calculators, atlases, news headlines, and search engines. The site also includes a handy Homework Helper section (under the Help and Advice column on the lower right of the page) that provides help in all subjects to students in every grade.
    • FACTMONSTER - A great reference website for many subject with a HOMEWORK HELPER as well.
    • Novel Guide -  Like Cliff Notes only free and online.  Great study guides for classic and contemporary books.
    • MATH.COM -  A great resource providing help on a number mathematics subjects.
    • Science Made Simple -  A great sight for Middle School Age students and anyone looking for science project help or ideas.
    • Khan Academy -  Thousands of tutorial videos on a wide range of subjects one of Bill Gates favorite educational websites.  NOTE- You will have to view this one at home since the videos are hosted by youtube and it is blocked at school.  Teachers if you find something you want to share with your class let me know and I will get it for you.
    • Student Hacks -  A list of over 101 websites for students and teachers.
    • READ WRITE THINK - Great resources for language arts, reading, and writing in all grades.
    Resources For Younger Children

    • Starfall This website provides free interactive materials and games that help kids practice reading and build their phonemic awareness.
    • PBS Parents The Online Games section of the PBS website offers not only games but also printable activities such as coloring pages. These resources attract and engage young students because they feature popular PBS characters.
    • ABCYA - ABCya focuses heavily on building math, reading, and writing skills, but it also covers some additional topics as well as holiday themes. All of the games and apps were approved by certified teachers.
    • - helps students review multiplication tables as well as addition and subtraction facts. It has interactive games, classroom games, and worksheets that can be downloaded.