Maths Online

This site from the University of Vienna has a collection of multimedia, interactive activities for learning higher level math concepts. There are also online tests, puzzles, and links to lots of other great resources.


Game-based learning resource. Use games from the library, or create your own using flashcard, sorting buckets, sequencing, or hotspot templates. You can create classes and assign games to students. All free!

Front Row

Free online curriculum covering math, language arts, social studies, and science. Designed for schools, to adapt to students at different levels. There are lessons for use in classroom situations that can be adapted, and individual practice activities and assessments. Also includes record keeping features. There are printable options as well, but they are limited without a paid school subscription.

Climate Kids

This website from NASA has all sorts of kid-friendly information on climate and weather. There are many information pages with text and visuals, a few interactive games, lots of hands-on activity ideas, and some information on green careers. 

Mission US

A free, online game where kids take on the role of young people in different eras of American history. Designed for jr. high level students, this resource includes extensive teacher resources such as document based activities, discussion questions, writing prompts and more. Looks like a terrific way to learn US history!

Fold It

This is a game that teaches about the science of proteins and also contributes to actual scientific research and discovery. You download the free software and solve puzzles and challenges by folding proteins. Playing the game helps researchers to predict the shapes of proteins and design new proteins to fight disease. There are resources for teachers and students, and lots of great information.

Go Phonics

This complete phonics and reading curriculum uses the multi-sensory, Orton-Gillingham approach, which is often effective for students with dyslexia. The packages available are pricey, but would cover about 3 years of learning. You can also purchase items separately if you'd like to try it out before investing in the complete package.

Chess Kid

This is a great website where kids can watch videos, play against the computer, and solve puzzles to learn chess or improve their skills. The free membership has quite a few great features, and a paid upgrade gives you even more. There's even a curriculum for use in a co-op class or team situation.

Nation States

A free online simulation game. You create your own country and deal with daily issues. You can participate in the "Wold Assembly" or just keep to yourself. Looks like a great way to learn about governments and politics.


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