Kinder Art: There is always something new to see at this website. This is a great site to find a variety of different art lessons for kids. Teach and learn drawing, painting, and sculpting that are easily located at your fingertips.
Detroit Institute of Arts: Explore the collection online.
Museum of the World: Learn about art through time.
Computer Science Student Network: (CS2N) – CS2N has easy and fun activities designed to help you learn how to program.
Kano Club: Fun activities to teach coding.
Hour of Code: Take an hour to learn to code.
Mix Up: This student activity focuses on personal finance concepts.
Calculating Salary: Lesson plan that focuses on gross pay, net pay, and other aspects of salary.
Money Smart Teens: Four money lesson curriculums for ninth through 12 graders.
Bank Comparison: This lesson helps students build knowledge to help find the bank that’s most appropriate for them.
Geoguessr: Try and guess where you are in the world.
History & U.S. Topics:
IIP Publications: an overview of topics in the U.S.
Today in History: Learn about what happened today in history.
Museum of Natural History: Take a virtual tour of the Museum of Natural History.
Anne Frank House: Take a virtual tour of the Anne Frank House.
Jet Propulsion Laboratory: Find help with science fair projects.
Science Bob: Science Bob is a great website that has many different links that will give you information on space/planets, animals/nature, plants, and insects/spiders.
Science Education at Jefferson Lab : This website is a great resource for teachers. Click on the teacher resources tab and find teacher programs, workshops, reference materials, hands-on activities, worksheets, puzzles, games, and on-line games and puzzles. This website is also a great resource for students. Click on the student zone tab and find homework helpers, internships, and other educational on-line games and puzzles.
Science Made Simple: Need an easy science project? Then this is the site for you. Find a variety of different science projects and experiments for your class or an upcoming science fair.
U.S. Census Bureau: Statistics in Schools: A leading source of statistical information qualified to help teachers and students learn and apply statistics.
Time4Learning: A website all about homeschooling.
ALEKS Online Math Program: Find course products for homeschoolers.
A to Z Teacher Stuff: This site has everything teachers need from A to Z. Teachers can search for lesson plans, teaching tips, downloadable teaching materials, and much more.
ABC Teach: This site is for all ages. Kids, parents, student teachers, and teachers will find all they need right here. Abcteach.com has everything from reading comps, research/reports, teaching extras, portfolios, flashcards, fun activities, holidays, months and seasons, theme units, pre-k/early childhood activities, middle school/junior high units, and languages/ESL.
Child Fun: Theme Activities – At childfun.com you can find crafts and coloring sheets for any occasion.
Discovery Education: With this website you can find anything related to educational programming, such as Discovery Channel, TLC, Animal Planet, and the Travel Planet. You will also find a library of lesson plans here. Just select a subject with the grade and a variety of lesson plans will appear. This website also offers teaching tools, a curriculum center, and homework helpers.
Educator’s Reference Desk: This website provides high-quality resources for the education community. They have over 2,000 different lesson plans, more than 3,000 links to online education information, and over 200 question archive responses.
Super Teacher Worksheets: Printable, free worksheets for teachers and parents. There are stories to print out that can be read by students of any grade level along with questions about the stories to help with comprehension. Answer keys to the questions are also provided for adult use. Practically every subject area is included on this website.
CollegeBoard: SAT practice and preparation