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Math Goodies

This site has quite a few free math learning resources. There are interactive lessons, printable worksheets and a worksheet generator, a few simple flash-based games, some webquests on fun math topics, and more. It's a no-frills website, that's not terribly interesting visually, but there are plenty of useful tools to explore.

Zoom In

This is a great free resource for history learning in jr. high and high school levels. The interactive lessons in American history help students explore primary documents and write essays using supporting details. 

24/7 Science

A kid's science site from Lawrence Hall of Science at UC Berkley. There several interactive activities, online games, and hands-on experiments available for free. You can also purchase classroom science kits that could be useful for co-op classes. 

Book Pagez

This subscription site has loads of resources for learning through children's literature. There are lesson plans, discussion questions, vocabulary activities, games, and so much more. The site is well organized, so finding what you need is easy; and the price is pretty reasonable, too!

Arttango

Free art lessons for elementary ages. The lessons concentrate on the elements of art (such as line, shape, and color.) There are 30 lessons for each grade level, and a handy materials list for each year. 

Sex Ed Rescue

This is a very helpful site with resources for talking kids about sex. There are lists of books, videos, and online resources. The blog has great ideas for spotting and taking advantage of teachable moments. And you can sign up for a weekly newsletter to give you regular encouragement. 

The Student's Friend

This is a great free resource for world history. The main feature is a concise narrative of world history that can be downloaded or viewed online. It's a no-frills text with just a few maps and pictures, but loads of information. There are also lesson plans, ideas for projects and writing assignments, and rubrics to go with them. A truly useful place to begin planning a world history course for jr. high or high school students.

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