Websites for Kids
The Raz-Kids animated leveled books and interactive quizzes give educators choices. Students listen to books read aloud, read with vocabulary and pronunciation support, and read without support.
Starfall is an educational alternative to other entertainment choices for children. It also contains a curriculum designed to motivate children with child-directed curriculum.
Giggle Poetry provides a database of poems, limericks, and nursery rhymes for children. Additionally, it gives you the oppurtunity to ask you favorite poet questions and a chance to invite them to your school.
National Geographic Games
National Geographic's kids section contains numerous games, educational videos, and photos that encourage your child to learn more abobut nature and the environment.
The Literacy Zone provides games that educate your child about letters and alphabetical order, letter formation, sounds and matching, and much more.
Engage your students in online literacy learning with these interactive tools that help them accomplish a variety of goals—from organizing their thoughts to learning about language—all while having fun.
Scholastic Stacks provides a social network where your kids can connect to books through online friends in their community. Additionally, it contains access to many books, readings, authors, and games.
Professor Garfield, a site created by the Garfield the cat cartoons in association with Ball State University, provides educational games for students in grades K-8 that cross the curriculum. Early literacy games promote reading comprehension, sequencing, and phonemic awareness.
StoryPlace: The Children's Digital Library
StoryPlace: Spanish & English versions. Listen to interactive children's stories, play with on-line activities, print out take-home activities, reading list and more.