Web Resources

There are numerous resources out there on the Internet. Having to go through each one would take all of your time. So how do you know which ones are good or helpful for students? You can try reading reviews, keeping up with professional journals or organizations, or even going to Google Search and typing "Top (fill in the blank here) websites." This this is by no means an ultimate list and only scratches the surface of what is out there. Just like technology in general, things change and the following list of resources will be updated periodically. If there are any that you are using that are useful to teachers or students, enter the link on the Teaching Resources web page of our district's website.

  • Freerice.com - Play a vocabulary game and help feed the world at the same time. (4-12)
  • Online Reading Resources - List of websites where students can go to practice reading skills. Also includes general description of features, uses, and equipment needed for this type of resource. (K-5)
  • ReadWriteThink - Providing educators and students access to the highest quality practices and resources in reading and language arts instruction. (K-12)

  • Khan Academy - Extensive video library, interactive challenges, and assessments in Math. Also covers Science and other subjects. (4-12)
  • Web based Math Tools & Activities - Report includes links to online resources in Mathematics organized by grade level and linked to math standards. (K-12)
  • Arcademic Skill Builders - Free educational games in math and much more for students and teachers. (1-6)


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