Sites for Kids

Seasonal: Fall Activities
Weather Wiz Kid
Children's Health Fund

Fun and Games Math Sites

ABC Teach

America's Story


Cartoon Network
Crayola Kids Page
EZ School
Fact Monster




Game Goo


Get Ready to Read


Kids Domain




Mystery Net

Nick Jr
Pauly's Playhouse

Primary Games
Prongo Games
Scholastic Games
Word Central

World Almanac for Kids
Word Play
Words & Pictures (Primary)



AAA Math

Ask Dr. Math

Basket Math Interactive
Cool Math 4 Kids

Fun Math Lessons  
(English and Spanish)
Math Forum Student Center
Math Lab
Teach R Kids Math

Web Math

PBS Early Math


Science Sites

Social Studies

Search Engines for Kids

Cool Science
Exploratorium: ExploraNet
The Electronic Zoo
The Nine Planets
Science Master
Science Projects Guide
Science Resources

The White House for Kids

History/Social Sciences
The Smithsonian
The Library of Congress
Presidents of the United States
State Reports


Ask Jeeves for Kids

Eduscapes List


Kids Search Tools

Search Engine Resource


Homework Help
Fact Monster: Homework Center
This kid-friendly site sorts information by subjects, homework skills, reference sources and tools. Find information on how to write a research paper, and how to cite sources. Browse the almanac and find an interactive periodic table or click on the atlas to find country, state and city profiles.

Discovery School: BJ Pinchbeck’s Homework Helper
This popular Web page hosted on the Discovery School Web site is run by BJ, a 17-year-old. He has categorized more than 700 homework links. He is also available by email to answer your homework questions.

Time for Kids: Homework Helper
Who better to recommend and review homework help sites than the kids who are using them? Search by subject to find a kid-suggested site on this Web site that is brought to you by Time magazine.

Kid Info
This Web site, created by an elementary school teacher, has compiled a list of homework help, reference resources, and search engines for kids. You can do a search or click through the topics to find information about subjects, such as insects or the history of toys.

Education World: Study Skills and Homework Help
Education World, a Web site for teachers, lists several resources to help find homework help. Check out the Research Toolbox in the study skills section to find references from maps and converters to museums and libraries. Read reviews of homework help Web sites and read articles about homework help.

AskA+ Locator: By Subject
Choose a subject and an expert to answer your question. This list of expert sites from the Virtual Reference Desk gives a description and each site’s answer policy so you know how long you can expect to wait for an answer. Whether your question is about grammar or math these sites can point you in the right direction.

Pitsco’s Ask an Expert
Expert volunteers are standing by at this site for teachers, parents and students to help answer your questions. Choose a category and find the expert who is right for your question.

Hendricks Home Page

Shelbyville Central Home Page

 Sites for Teachers and Parents