Book Adventure A free motivational reading program for K-8 students. Pick a book to read, take an online quiz, with prizes after a certain number of quizzes. Parents and teachers can monitor students' reading and a access additional materials to help with reading.
Figure This A collection of educational games for students and their parents. The games are suitable for students of all ages.
Helping Your Child Become a Reader This free resource features dozens of fun activities parents can use to build language skills of young children (infants through age 6). The 60-page booklet includes a reading checklist, typical language accomplishments for different age groups, suggestions for books, and resources for children with reading problems or learning disabilities.
Helping Your Child Learn Math This site reinforces skills in classification, computation, estimation, and money in real life situations. It meets many of the the NCTM standards: Identifying and solving problems, number facts and computations, number concepts, etc. Grades Pre-K- 7.
Internet Do's and Don'ts Teaches basic rules for safe navigation of the Internet. This site also features links to homework and museum sites.
ParentSoup Parenting tips and discussion on all aspects of raising children from pregnancy through teens.
Reading Planet is designed to help families and children explore the world of books. It features an annotated list of 1,000 children's books that can be browsed by age group, author, or category. Children can post reviews of the favorite books and read reviews by others.
Ready to Learn Prepares children for success in school. Ready to Learn television service is a national effort to improve the school readiness of young children through public broadcasting.
Infotrac Kids by Gale Group (Sponsored by the Louisiana Department of Education) THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE, all in one resource - 800 magazines, reference, criticisms, primary sources and more! The content is built upon award winning literary, science, history, and biographical databases, and it is a safe environment for students' use. Your child will need a password provided by his/her teacher Special Education