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K-3 Reading Rug - Where teaching is a work of Heart. This site says that it has all the reading resources in one place!
AOL@school - a list of links for ten subject areas
Celebrate Dr. Seuss's Birthday - Numerous lesson plan links and book activities.
Create a Reader - (This link opens a new page. Close the window to return to this list.) everything for the pre-school and KK students; letters, sounds, numbers, worksheet pages for individual letters, telling time, rhyming, homophones, and more
Dolch Word Site - Multi links to Dolch word lists and activities pre-K through 3rd grade.
Educational Sites for First and Second Grade - Multiple links categorized by subject areas.
Enchanted Learning has a huge stock of sites and activities for early elementary.
4 Blocks Literacy Framework - Provides templates, lesson ideas and plans which would assist in the implementation of 4 Blocks. Be sure to check out the Word Wall Grade Level Lists.
Fine Motor Skills - Many links to select from. (created by Lori Miller, Technology Instructor at Wacona Elementary School)
Free Worksheets - Many links to various topics, such as themes, units, lessons, graphics, plus over 2000 free worksheets.
Game Goo - Learning that sticks!
Hummingbird Educational Resources - Multiple links to KK activities by themes and units. Check out the alphabetized Literature theme based activities that give ideas for activities to go along with popular KK books.
I Know That! - This site offers registration. All the activities can be used without registering, however, if someone does register, he/she can save projects, certificates and scores at the site. Activities at this site are designed for ages 2 through 12. I Know That! provides a Grade Guide to help teachers select activities for a specific grade level or age.
Interactive Site with numerous interactive games - for all subject areas specifically for pre-school children
Interactive Game Site - Preschool and KK
Interactive On-line Sites for KK and Primary - Many links to numerous
interactive sites to practice subject skills.
Interactive Skills-Based Curriculum Site - All subject areas
Internet Field Trips for K-2 from Scholastic
Internet Lessons for K-2 - from Mesa Public Schools in Arizona
KinderKorner - By clicking in the box of the week, you find activities, units and many ideas to use in your classroom.
Kinderweb - Interactive educational games geared for the beginning of the school year or preschoolers. Students practice their colors and shapes. This site is completely audio so children can work at their own pace independently.
Kookerkids - Games, puzzles, crafts, printable color pages and more!
Learning Activities from MeddyBemp - Here is a collection of simple activities designed to help your child improve her learning skills.
Little Fingers Parlor - Shockwave needed for these interactive Primary activities. Activities include number skills, clock skills, ABC order skills and more.
The Literacy Center - A great site for Pre-K to first grade. Activities with colors, numbers, letters, shapes and words. Thanks to J. Perkins for sharing this site!
Marcia's Lesson Links - Excellent resource for lessons, teacher resources, grants, technology, mailing lists,help for substitutes, a teacher chat, and many more.
Michelle's Place - Your one stop shop for kindergarten information! Excellent resource.
Ms. Pieczko's Kinder"Garden" - Ideas and activities, themes, teacher resources, and some first grade resources.
Online Activities from Primary Resources - online activities in a variety of subject areas (select from the list at the left)
Online Interactive Resources - Many links to interactive sites that help with basic understandings of reading and math skills.
Owl and Mouse Free Software Downloads - Help your child learn with games, software (most of it free!) and educational activities from Owl & Mouse
Preschool Games and Computer Activities - (This link opens a new page. Close the window to return to this list.) free online computer games for babies, preschoolers and small children. (Caution: The white boxes are ads. Watch out!)
Primary Games - The games are identified as to whether they are Math, Science, Social Studies, or Language Arts. For more specific information on each game, look at the curriculum guide for a subject area: Language Arts, Math, Science, or Social Studies. The Curriculum Guide will identify a game as to appropriate grade level and subject the game is related to.
Room 108 - Great site! Read-aloud children's story. (Real Player needed), learn how to tie your shoe with a story, learn the Dolch word list with audio help, Math links, Music links, Art links.