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Student Resources

Useful Websites for All Grades

Useful Websites for K-2 Students


Websites for Elementary Students


  • A Plus Math: Fun games
  • Create a Graph: A website that enables students to make graphs and print them out.
  • Cool Math 4 Kids: Fun games for all math operations
  • Enchanted Mind: Tangrams Interactive challenging puzzles
  • Funbrain: Educational fun games
  • Interactive Math: Virtual manipulatives for grades 3-5
  • Games, adventure, cool stuff
  • Math Playground: Fun site with logic games, word problems, etc. grades 2-5
  • NumberNut: numbers and counting, shapes, fractions, decimals, etc.
  • Pattern Blocks: Explore the shapes' attributes, symmetry, tessellations, fractions, etc., i.e., square, triangle, trapezoid, rhombus, and hexagon shapes can be rotated and fit together
  • Tangrams for Beginners: Simple tangram puzzles using outlines to guide the creation of designs



  • Math Stories: The goal of this web site is to help grade school children improve their math problem-solving and critical thinking skills





  • Change Maker: Practice making change at various levels of difficulty
  • Consumer Math: The first unit is concerned with the value of coins
  • Money Flashcards: Students must find the total of the coins and bills shown







  • A site dedicated to learning multiplication facts. Contains lessons, interactive games, learning strategies, etc.




Language Arts


Social Studies






  • Ben's Guide to Government: Guide and reference for children to U.S. Government
  • Congress for Kids: Congress for Kids: All About the Bill of Rights and other laws
  • Eyewitness to History: Illuminating the past through personal narratives and other first-hand sources
  • Lewis & Clark: An interactive site that challenges the student to solve the same problems that Lewis & Clark encountered
  • Library of Congress: The Library of Congress' Historical Collections for the National Digital Library
  • The National Archives: A database of some 1,200 documents, photographs, drawings, maps, other materials in (primary source documents)from the National Archives in Washington DC



  • Artcyclopedia: fine arts search engine which you can search by artist, title or museum
  • Art Safari: Safari: An Adventure in Learning for Children and Adults
  • Uncle Fred: step by step learn to draw site that is fun for all ages