Popular Websites for Students
Kids' supersite that offers a protected "playground" of internet
content, featuring hundreds of games, puzzles and other activities.
Play interactive games and imaginative activities, use online coloring
books and explore worlds of information.
Language Arts Links has some unique online
word games and writing opportunities.
- Enchanted Learning is
very kid friendly and always updated with new information, this has an
awesome online dictionary/encyclopedia, incredible thematic "Zoom
Units" and great diagrams for kids of all ages. This is a must see. Can
also access through Zoom School.
Out vocabulary game by Education Place
Internet Learning Games is an award winning website for students in
- Geography World Games includes,
among many more, National Geographic Geo Bee Challenge and Discovery
Channel Geo Game as well as a link back to the Geography World homepage
of related resources.
- Global Grocery List Project Students from around the world share local
grocery prices to build a growing table of data to be used in social
studies, science, health, mathematics, and other disciplines.
has poetry and verse submitted from children around the world. Children
can write their own poetry for submission as well.
- Kid's Domain Links to explore from
around the world.
features read-aloud picture books, sing-along songs, video song books,
poetry, story-writing and illustrating contests and learning games
designed for children ages 2-12.
- Monster Exchange Project involves a
child trying to communicate an original monster image into another
- Search Engines for Young Students
was written by Julie Coiro to help guide learners and their teachers
through the maze of child-friendly search engines.
- Scholastic News Zone, Weekly Readerand Time for Kids are
wonderful reading materials for students reading in the content areas.
- Solve an online Mystery at the popular The case.com.
- StarChild Learning Center for Young Astronomers is a popular interactive website with information about the
solar system organized into appropriate reading levels for elementary
- The ABC's of Using the
Internet with Students in Grades 4-6 created by Julie Coiro
includes an alphabetical list of popular educational websites for your
- The Student Zone at
North Carolina's Wise Owl website is a well organized list of featured
sites and archived links related to their curriculum. Also features a
similar "zone" for teachers, parents, reference, and media/technology.
- 700+ Great Websites from American Library Association (ALA) described as "amazing, spectacular, colorful web sites
for kids and the adults who care about them".
Web Tales interactive writing and publishing from Education Place
Recommendations by Classroom Teachers
This page last updated May, 2007.