User-friendly, kid-tested. Lists include websites and apps. Organized by grade and topic–scroll down until you find your grade. Click to go to its page. 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.
27 thoughts on “K-12 Digital Tools”
It is awesome that all the sites are very interesting. I will share with my teachers. wonderful work!
Thank you so much. Please feel free to add your favorites.
This is a great resource! Thank you for sharing. Where can I find the list of 4th and 5th grade websites?
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.
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.
Hi Scott–the link didn’t work. Can you correct it? I’d like to check it out. Thanks.
Please check again. The link should be working now. Just click on it. Feel free to ask any other question.
Yes, that’s perfect. Thanks, Amanda.
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/ .
Thanks, Kate. This looks great!
I created a page with my educational games… perhaps you want to throw a link to it http://www.digipuzzle.net/education/
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.
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/
Absolutely, Philip. I still get several thousand viewers a day on the old version, so it remains a viable repository.
fabulous, have a lovely weekend Jacqui.
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!
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?
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!
Excellent. I get a lot of interest from parents about providing a safe internet environment for their kids. This will be appealing.
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/
Thanks, Matthew. Just add the site and a link to the comments. I’ll curate it next time around.