Resources For Students



SUPPLIES NEEDED FOR SCHOOL

Supply List

Due to severe budget cuts, we are now asking that our students supply some of their classroom supplies.

Please see the attached document for a list of supplies for your students class. You may pick up the supply list at the front office from 8am to 3pm Monday through Thursday.

Handbooks for the 2016/2017 School Year

Education, Research, and Learning by Subject

Fun & Games


Education, Research, and Learning by Subject

General Research & Reference

  • Google.com – Find most any information on any subject across the web. **RECOMMENDED SITE**
  • Wikipedia – Online information covering just about every subject on the planet. **RECOMMENDED SITE**
  • Bartleby.com – Find great books online. A FREE service where you can read and access classic books. Fiction, non-fiction and reference books. **RECOMMENDED SITE**
  • IPL2 for Kids – ipl2 is a public service organization and a learning/teaching environment. To date, thousands of students and volunteer library and information science professionals have been involved in answering reference questions for our Ask an ipl2 Librarian service and in designing, building, creating and maintaining the ipl2’s collections.

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Astronomy & Space

  • NASA – The official website for the National Air & Space Administration.
  • Astronomy for Kids – A great resource for kids to learn about many facets of our solar system, as well as the far reaches of outer space.
  • Challenger Center – Serving 400,000 students each year, the national network of 48 Challenger Learning Centers takes students on simulated space missions into Earth orbit, to the Moon, Mars and beyond.

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Languages

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Math

  • AAA Math – For K-8, sorted by grade and by subject. Features a comprehensive set of interactive arithmetic lessons. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts. A wide range of lessons (Kindergarten through Eighth grade level) enables learning or review to occur at each individual’s current level.
  • A Plus Math – Create and print your own flashcards for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. It’s very easy. Also features a math game room, puzzles, and more.
  • Fun Brain Fractions – Practice fractions! Select from easy, medium, hard, or super-brain difficulty levels.

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Science

  • Anatomy of the Human Body – The Bartleby.com edition of Gray’s Anatomy of the Human Body features 1,247 vibrant engravings—many in color—from the classic 1918 publication, as well as a subject index with 13,000 entries ranging from the Antrum of Highmore to the Zonule of Zinn.
  • EPA.gov – The official site of the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
  • Geography for Kids – If you are looking for physical geography or earth science basics, stay on this site. It’s not just for geography for kids, it’s for everyone. This site has an introduction to the earth sciences that includes topics on the Earth’s structure, atmosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere (for a start).
  • Recycle City – Interactive fun where kids can learn about the importance, and the impact of, recycling.

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Social Studies & Government

  • The 50 States – Click the state you’re interested in below for quick access to a variety of state specific facts and other useful information! Hover over the state in order to see it’s abbreviation and capital city.
  • Archiving Early America – At Archiving Early America you will discover a wealth of resources — a unique array of primary source material from 18th Century America. Scenes and portraits from original newspapers, magazines, maps and writings come to life just as they appeared to this country’s forebears more than 250 years ago.
  • History Channel – The official website of TV’s The History Channel is loaded with quality content on American history.
  • The White House for Kids – Learn all about the White House and how it works. A fantastic resource for kids (and adults) to learn more about the U.S. presidency and government facts.
  • World Atlas – “The List” of continents, countries, dependencies, islands, territories, lakes, rivers, seas, oceans, mountains, and the highest, lowest, biggest, smallest, tallest, deepest, oldest, youngest places on the planet .

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Fun & Games, Literature & Reading

For Kids & Adults Of All Ages

  • All Mixed Up – A collection of classic online games. Challenging, fun and suitable for kids of all ages.
  • Baseball Math Game – Batter’s Up Baseball is a math game that is played like real Baseball.

For Kids K-8

  • Discovery Kids – Fun n’ games for kids from Discovery. Games fun enough that kids might not even know they’re learning at the same time!
  • FunBrain.com – Brain games and puzzles for K-8. A top internet site for kids K-8, and teachers too!
  • Hoot & Kat’s ABC Toon Center – The ABC Toon Center is an Internet Theme Park for kids of all ages, with safe, interactive, fun activities, original comics, cartoons and music.
  • PBS Kids – Fun and safe games for kids. Many games to choose from. You can even create an account and save your games and scores!

For Teens

  • Virtual Worlds for Kids – Play smart, stay safe, have fun web chat designed for teens.  You will need to create an account to join the chat.
  • Teen Safe Sites – This is a directory of teen safe sites to visit

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