Sunday, March 13, 2011

Website List


Language Arts:
Math:
Science:
Social Studies:
Health:
Other:
Just for Fun/Misc:
For Teachers:
*Please Note:*
 As you give me your ideas, this list will grow. 
Thanks in advance! :)

40 comments:

Mrs. Patton said...

How about brainpopjr.com and brainpop.com? We also really like using spelling city.

Colleen Patton
http://pattonspatch.blogspot.com

Kinderpond said...

http://jmathpage.com/

Chessa said...

Spelling City is definitely one we use! Starfall.com is a good one for reading, too.

For math, multiplication.com is fun for kids...

I'll be checking back for links, too!

Mrs. A said...

Love brainpop.com and use it all the time! I also like fun4thebrain.com. It has some great multiplication games we use.

Ms. Durning said...

Have you ever seen this site? It has virtually EVERYTHING you might be looking for!! http://guest.portaportal.com/reiss

www.msdurning.blogspot.com

Amanda said...

I love this virtual math manipulative site! http://www.eduplace.com/kids/mw/manip/mn_3.html and magnetic poetry http://kids.magpogames.com/.

Mrs. O'Brien said...

HOLY COW Ms. Durning! Thanks for the great resource! I had no idea that existed!

Mrs. Pearce said...

Thanks for compiling this list!

I use BigUniverse.com for online books, Alphablocks from cbeebies.com and starfall.com for phonics, smartkiddies.com for Math, illuminations.com for Math

Takara said...

My students love www.arcademicskil lbuilders.com

Great list!!! I want to start a class blog also. I'm thinking that is something I'll start next school year.

Erin said...

I have a whole page of favorite websites that my class can access. Feel free to check them out and add whatever you might find useful!

www.delicious.com/missmcgrane

Laura said...

My class loves www.hekko.com and www.xtramath.org is great for math facts! :)

Laura
thegradetwozoo.blogspot.com

S. Parker said...

Xtramath.org, spelling city, brainpopesl, online story time under the Barnes and Nobel website are great. Can't wait to see the list.

Roden's Rants said...

storylineonline.net also has famous actor read alouds.. and have you noticed starfall now has a new feature?? "morestarfall" you do have to pay for some but by the sample they give-I'm thinking it could be worth it! make sure to go to the "teacher's lounge"!!

Mrs. Scoma said...

Oh good, I see someone else suggested storylineonline already! :)

For math, I love iknowthat.com... their math dojo games are great!

For teachers, there are tons of great resources for all subjects and all levels at internet4classrooms.com!

Thanks for doing this! I've found a few new great sites!

~Laura
Firstgradefundamentals.blogspot.com

Rachelle said...

http://abcya.com/

I just found this site and I love it!

Thanks for the great post Natalie!!!

Mrs.Thompson said...

For Science, I love PebbleGo.com!
I think you have to get a subscription, but it is so worth it!

www.adventures-inteaching.blogspot.com

Mrs. A said...

ixl.com is another fabulous math site! You have to have a subscription to use the full site (which is well worth it!), but you can do a few math problems each day without one. It has skills aligned to state standards for grades prek-8.

Beth- the mama bee said...

this site it awesome for teacher and parents to be able to print out math worksheets. There are some features for free and others with a subscription- worth every penny!

Ladybug Teacher said...

Hi Natalie! Thanks for the shout out!

Here is one that is excellent for math and science...there are videos, karaoke, and quizzes: http://studyjams.scholastic.com/studyjams/index.htm

Kristen
Ladybug's Teacher Files

Anonymous said...

My kindergarteners love http://www.professorgarfield.org/pgf_home.html We go to the Transport to Reading section- it has games for beginning and ending sounds. I think there are things for older kids as well but I haven't looked at those. www.literactive.com is awesome! You have to register with a password and email address. Click on Road to Reading and there is a lot of great stuff! I also really like it because it is hard for the kids to accidently click out of the games.

Melanie said...

LOVE brainpopjr.com

And for science, one you don't have:
http://www.nasa.gov/audience/forkids/kidsclub/flash/index.html

Deedee Wills said...

Your beautiful blog button is on my blog now! Woo hoo! Now I'm gonna go shop! See how confident I am?

www.mrswillskindergarten.com

Amazing Amanda said...
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Amazing Amanda said...

A great website to get the kids up and moving for a "brain break" or following directions is www.kidnetic.com My first graders love it! They love the game where they get to make up their own dance:)

Rebecca said...

My first graders LOVE
makebeliefscomix.com

Great for any age group!

Mrs. Lochridge said...

FCRR.org (Florida Center for Reading Research) is a great resource for teaching reading. They offer free printable student center activities based on the "Big 5". This site also provides instructional materials for teachers.

First Grade Factory

Tammi said...

My kids love www.earobics.com/gamegoo

Another great one is www.tumblebooks.com Unfortunately it is a subscription based site. Our local public library subscribes so all of the teachers in our county are able to use it for free.

http://www.tvokids.com/games My kids especially love Letterella http://www.tvokids.com/games/letterella

Tammi
http://havingfunk-1.blogspot.com/

Deb said...

xtramath.org is a great one also. Just math fact practice, but my firsties LOVE it!

I love that it's free, easy to use, and quick. I have one classroom computer (the one on my desk), and I can get all of my kids (27) through a session of xtra math in a day and still have time to do what I need to do on the computer.

Anonymous said...

This website has tons of free games! My students love playing them on the SmartBoard! :)

http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/

First Grade Best said...

Hi! Pioneer Valley has excellent resources for early literacy instruction, guided reading, and intervention groups.

Here's the link you saw on my blog!
http://www.pioneervalleybooks.com/

Thanks for the happy comment! You made my day!

Smiles~Michelle
http://firstgradebest.blogspot.com

First Grade Math Teacher said...

www.dreambox.com has some great software and technology to help kids learn math through fun games. I am currently trying it out and liking it so far.

Lisa said...

I would love it if you would add my website to your list: www.effectiveteachingsolutions.com

❀Lisa
Effective Teaching Articles Blog

Katie and Steve said...

Check out my reading website at www.readingresource.net!

Enjoy!
Katie Appel

Heather said...

I just came across this post! There are some really great websites here. Thanks for sharing. I have created a page at the top of my blog called "just for kids!" with links to all the websites I have found. Go check it out and let me know what you think!

kindergarten days

Kristen said...

This list of websites is so helpful! I will definitely use some of these links! Thank you!

martinteach said...

Awesome list. I have used some of these ideas and have used them on my blog:
http://smith5thgradeblog.wordpress.com/
Looking for help in teaching algebraic expressions!

Anonymous said...

Awesome list.. also add www.cookie.com a kids learning site similar to sites in your list.

Lucia13 said...

Check out my favourite educational websites at
http://lusine13.blogspot.com/p/favourite-websites.html

Angel said...

This website wants to be a fun site where preschoolers can make their first contact with the computer world, and for that reason, the contents are educational, based on the saying: "Learn as you play!" www.cincopatas.us

CBJ said...

Thanks for caring and sharing with everyone. Please put a link to my classroom teacher resource site on your great site.

Mrs. Jackson's Classroom-Pre-K-12 Themes, Lesson Plans, Resources, Activities, Crafts, Ideas

Teacher classroom website of resources to plan themes, lessons, holidays, projects, activities, parties, and to give the best links, ideas, and info for students, teachers, parents, and homeschoolers. Great ideas for learning! Tons of themes and fun for all! I have a blog with teaching activities, too.

Thanks,
Mrs. Charlotte Jackson

http://mrscjacksonsclass.com/
http://mrsjacksonsclasswebsiteblog.blogspot.com/

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