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Resources for Kids, Teachers, and Parents Contains Library of Congress digitized images relating to American History. There are also primary sources posted at this website. There is a section for teachers and one for students. These images are royalty free, so you can avoid copyright infringement. Website for kids, and families of kids, with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Where in the world…? Students can take the Geography Challenge…it’s free! Teachers can sign up as a classroom or students can sign up individually for membership. Members represent over 190 countries and more than a million students have participated in the world’s largest online geography contest! Classrooms compete with other school teams worldwide, and kids can test their knowledge of countries, capitals, rivers, and mountain ranges.


Search safely!! Here are some general search engines that are specifically for kids, that weed out undesirable content:,, and


NASA resources online, by

Also, NASA subject matter topics: Click the search button and type in Dog Gone Job. It’s an interactive Venn diagram that allows students to compare and contrast job functions, and other activities too. Good for K-2nd.


A discipline site for teachers: This site provides help in identifying and working with over 117 discipline problems. Parents might find some helpful ideas here, too! This site has an online encyclopedia, dictionary, almanac, and more! There’s a button to press and it will pronounce the words for you! Also a great trivia game called “Blufrat,” and a Spelling Bee game. All for free!! Click on The Comic Creator to create comic strips! Kids can access this from home. Useful for pre-writing, pre- and post-reading activities, and literature response activities!


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May 2007