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Educational Websites

District Curriculum - Unique Learning System

This is the modified curriculum that we use in our classroom that is aligned to the Louisiana State Extended Standards.  Each student has a login (their first and last name) and a password (the first letter of their first and last name followed by 2019, for example Jennifer Crockett – jc2019).  When you click on the link from this page, the website login page will come up and you will see your student’s initials and a character icon.  Click on the picture for your child and enter the password.  They have unlimited login capability and each lesson can be done an unlimited number of times.  The units are month long and will change automatically with the new unit.  PLEASE  CONTACT ME IF YOU NEED HELP LOGGING IN!

Exploratorium - Science and Art

San Francisco's Exploratorium at the Palace of Fine Arts showcases a website that teaches kids about science and art in new ways. The departments let kids tinker with gadgets, go below the sea, rocket into the galaxy and also learn about the science of gardening, animals, and cells, to name a few.

Online Books - Project Gutenberg

Project Gutenberg is a library of over 60,000 free eBooks. You can choose among free epub and Kindle eBooks, download them or read them online. 

Starfall Education

Our classroom really likes Starfall.  If you go to the Parent-Teacher Center on the website (you don’t have to register, there are free resources for ELA, Reading, Math, and writing.  

If you follow this link it is free and it has alphabet and phonics activities.  

Cool Math

Cool Math has math games to make practicing math skills fun.  You can choose math games by skill or by grade level.  You’ll want to choose the level that your student is working at, not necessarily their grade level.  Most are working at the Kindergarten and 1st Grade level.


Scholastic is one of the more unique educational websites for kids. This site, from the publishers of the educational books you find in schools, contains activities broken up by grades. Pre-K learners all the way up to seniors in high school can find learning activities geared toward them.

Time Magazine for Kids

Exposing our students to current events is important.  From the publishers of TIME magazine, is loaded with interesting articles, photos, and videos. Politics, the environment, entertainment, sports, and health are just some of the topics covered. TIME for Kids isn't as interactive as most of the other website on this list of educational websites for kids, but the site does tackle subjects that are in the news now while being written for an audience of children.

How Stuff Works

This is a good site for Science and Social Studies topics.  The articles break down subjects like autos, culture, entertainment, science, money, technology and more. Games, quizzes, and videos also round out your children's learning experience.

Storytime Online

This is a website that has actors reading different books aloud.  We use this website almost daily in our classroom to get extra reading time.‚Äč  Letting your student listen to stories being read multiple times a day is very important for his/her learning.  There is a nice selection of books here.

Learning Games for Kids

This is not a website we have used actively in our classroom, but it may bring some more variety to activities they can do.

PBS Kids

PBS Kids is another well loved website by students.  They can listen to sing-a-long songs, play sorting and counting games, watch videos, and more.

Nick Jr.

The kids really like to go to Nick Jr.  The games allow them to explore their creativity, play dress-up, learn new music, put together puzzles and work on numbers and shape recognition.

Sesame Street

If your student is one that is still working on learning the alphabet, they can choose from hundreds of the Sesame Street show's video clips and play games that help them learn letters, animal sounds, rhymes, colors, and more.


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