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K-12 Websites

educationUser-friendly, kid-tested. Organized by grade and topic–scroll down until you find your grade. Click to go to its page. Teacher resource websites are found here. Send me an email with any websites you use with your students. Developers: If you have a website you would like considered for this list, please contact me so I can review it by clicking here. Thanks!

(updated 5-25-16)

Kindergarten

1stGrade

2ndGrade

3rd Grade

4th Grade

5th Grade

Middle School

Animals

Architecture/Design/Engineering

Art

Assessments

Audio

Civics and Government

Classroom Management

Coding

Collections

Culture

Digital Citizenship

Digital Notetaking

Digital Storytelling

Dinosaurs

Economics and Finance

ESL/ELL

Games

Geography

Grammar

History

Holidays

Human Body

Humor

Images

Keyboarding

Math

Mouse Skills

Music

News

Poetry

Posters

Problem Solving

Programming

Publishing

Reading

Research

Science

Simulations/Games

Screencasting/Screenshots

Simulations

Slideshows

Space

Stories

Study Guides/Study Skills

Technology

Thinking

Videos

Virtual Tours

Visual Learning

White Boards

Word Study

Writing


26 Responses to K-12 Websites

  1. Jeeva

    It is awesome that all the sites are very interesting. I will share with my teachers. wonderful work!

  2. Becky

    Jacqui,
    This is a great resource! Thank you for sharing. Where can I find the list of 4th and 5th grade websites?

  3. Jacqui

    My apologies, Becky. I’ve fixed those links. There are hundreds of links under 4th and 5th that I use all the time in my classes.

  4. Jacqui

    Edutyping–http://edutyping.com–fee-based

  5. Scott

    Hi Jacqui,

    Great collection! Another good one is http://powermylearning.org which feature educational games and activities sorted by subject matter, grade level and common core standards.

    Scott

  6. Kate Anderson

    Hey Jacqui, as a follow up to my email and your advice on what next, here is the site I suggest for math – http://www.mathblaster.com/coolmath/ and the one for science is – http://www.schoolofdragons.com/hiccups-science-workshop/ .

  7. Marcel van de Wouw

    Hi Jacqui,

    I created a page with my educational games… perhaps you want to throw a link to it http://www.digipuzzle.net/education/

    Thx, Marcel

    • Amanda Ip

      I’m sorry Marcel. Unfortunately, your website is blocked by administration in HCPS (Henrico County Public Schools) now and areas around the U.S.. It is marked as “not school appropriate” and “gaming website”. I hope this doesn’t displeases you.
      I hope you understand Marcel.
      Thanks,
      Amanda

  8. palona

    thats nice

  9. Philip Ellis

    Many thanks Jacqui, excellent as always. Here is our latest student guide as a free download for all to enjoy. https://www.examtime.com/blog/student-guide-2014/

    • Jacqui

      Absolutely, Philip. I still get several thousand viewers a day on the old version, so it remains a viable repository.

  10. Philip Ellis

    fabulous, have a lovely weekend Jacqui.

  11. Allison Malt

    Love this compilation. In the Classrooms around the World link, however, one of the photos includes a very detailed drawing of the female anatomy. Maybe not appropriate for 2nd grade. Thanks!

    • Jacqui

      Was it this link–http://matadornetwork.com/abroad/photo-essay-classrooms-around-the-world/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+MatadorStudy+%28Matador+Abroad%29? I didn’t see it, but it’s possible it revolves in an out. Was it advertising?

  12. Eugenia

    Hi Jacqui,

    As you’ve suggested in the email, I leave a comment with a link to our website http://www.magicdesktop.com. Magic Desktop is an educational software which turns Windows into a safe playground for kids (2-10 years old). We would be grateful if you could take a look at it and give us your opinion. Thanks!

    Eugenia

    • Jacqui

      Excellent. I get a lot of interest from parents about providing a safe internet environment for their kids. This will be appealing.

  13. Matthew C. Winner

    Jacqui, what an excellent list! I’d love to recommend adding Mrs. P’s website. The site is an excellent resource for stories and storytelling, as is Mrs. P. Every time our students have had the opportunity to Skype with Mrs. P it’s been absolute magic! Here’s the link: mrsp.com/

    • Jacqui

      Thanks, Matthew. Just add the site and a link to the comments. I’ll curate it next time around.

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