National Geographic Kids
Information as well as fun and games for kids about animals, science, geography and much more.
“An amusement park of math and more…” Explains math concepts in a fun way and has many games which reinforce math concepts.
Library of Congress resources for kids, including great information, activities, and games.
MENSA for Kids
Children’s branch of the Mensa organization website with activities and links to other information.
The Children’s Literature web page
This page provides Internet Resources related to books for children and young adults.
Children’s Literature Web Guide, link above.
Hoagies Reading List
Comprehensive list of recommended reading for exceptionally able children of all ages.
Science News for Kids
Science News for Kids helps kids stay up-to-date on scientific trends. Written in an accessible way, the articles can help kids understand topics like the decline of the honeybee population and how police use forensics to solve crimes. The site is most appropriate for middle school and above, as many of the topics are too complex for younger children. But it’s also a great way for parents to learn what’s happening so they can help explain it to curious children.
Interactive Spelling Bee
Fancy yourself an ace speller! Well test yourself with this interactive site for primary school students.
This is a great interactive role playing website that teaches style and technique through the art of Van Gogh. It is a role playing game in which the student is trapped inside one of Van Gogh’s paintings and must work their way out.
The Artist’s Toolkit
This is a very comprehensive site in teaching the elements and principles of visual art. There are videos of artists at work and explaining what they are doing, at the following link:http://www.artsconnected.org/toolkit/index.html
Reeko’s Mad Scientist Lab
Fun, educational science experiments in astronomy, chemistry, physics, and earth science.
NASA Kids Club
NASA information, space related activities and games, and free membership to the NASA kids club.
How Stuff Works
How Stuff Works covers all sorts of interesting topics, but the science section includes space, earth science, life science and even paranormal science.
A site of links to mathematics resources for children.
Includes math challenges for families.
Math Cats provides playful explorations of important math concepts through games, crafts and interactive projects. Includes a magic chalkboard and an art gallery