Language Arts and Reading
Paragraph Punch Interactive, online, paragraph writing tutorial
Character Trading Cards is a sample of student materials at Read Write Think
The Write Site An interactive language arts and journalism project for middle schools
Graphic Organizers from SCORE (Schools of California Online Resources for Education)
Book Adventure Free reading motivation program for children in grades K-8
Cyberkids: Creative Works Site for students to share, play games and create
World of Reading Book reviews written by and for kids from around the world (Ann Arbor District Library sponsor)

Mathematics
BBC Schools number, algebra, data, measurement, and geometry activities
PBS Teacher Source- Math and other content areas at PBS Teacher Source
The National Math Trail from the Learning Exchange
Crazy Choices a probability applet, is one activity on the Shodor Project Interactivate
Dr. Super's Virtual & Concrete Math Manipulatives contains various math activities such as how triangles are related to one another
Cookies for Grampy one of many activities on this Visual Fractions website where students make cookies out of fractional pieces; check out finding Grampy on a number line (estimating parts of a whole)
The Math’s File Game Show various math games from the BBC website such as Saloon Snap (matching fractions with decimals)and percents
Count On various math activites such as weighing animals without tipping the scale,pentagon puzzles, 3D geometry explorations
Paper Pool Activity is one of the activities at the mathematically-rich site, Illuminations
High Low Game and more fun games from CoolMath
Shodor Interactive creation, collection, evaluation and dissemination of interactive Java-based courseware for exploration in science and mathematics
Virtual Dice Choose a die with 6, 8, 10 or 12 faces. Customize the die by putting your own values or words on it (up to 5 characters)

Science
Science Netlinks AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science) Standards-based lessons, materials, weblinks and more
The American Musuem of Natural History
Igneous, Sedimentary, and Metamorphic Rocks investigations on rocks with various animations
Exploratorium webcasts, explorations, hands-on activities and the new feature Ice Stories from Antarctica
Amazing Space Check out the Telescopes from the Ground Up online exploration and various teaching tools
Astronomy Workshop watch the solar system visualizer, sun animation, and solar system collisions
Secrets at Sea interactive flash activities on various science topics
The Science Spot science lessons and activities
Mad Sci Network a collection of answers to most science questions
Kids Site: Global Warming from the EPA, information on global warming with animations
Wild Weather Adventure adventure game using a weather research blimp to travel around the world
Biology In Motion interactive biology learning activities
Kidwings a virtual owl pellet dissection, explore bird skulls, eggs, nests, feathers, beaks, feet, and other aspects of birds.
Visible Body 3D fully interactive human anatomy model
Wonderville Science adventures for kids
The Periodic Table of Videos
The Elements Song

Social Studies and Geography
National Geographic Xpeditions lesson plans, activities, and web tools for geography
American History Lessons lessons that use primary sources developed by local
National Archives gateway for resources about primary sources, activities and training for educators and students
American Memory from the Library of Congress catalogs maps, manuscripts, movies, photos and more
Online Map Bank Through Prentice Hall choose a map based on the country, region, empire or event
National Geographic Map Machine zoom in on areas to see streets, landmarks, satellite images, and physical features
World Atlas outline maps, populations of countries, currency conversion and more
Animated Atlas Traces the growth of the United States
USGS Learning Web: What do Maps Show? lessons on exploring maps, learning how to read maps, learning from maps
Education Place: Outline Maps PDF maps to use with a SMARTboard (use the capture tool to put them in Notebook)
American Rhetoric top 100 famous speeches plus stylistic figures of speech ranging from alliteration to synecdoche
National Geographic Bee each day 10 questions are posted to this site from the National Geographic Bee
Early America primary source material from 18th century America
Bens' Guide to Government various interactive activities on topics such as branches of the government, our nation, how laws are made and more
First Gov for Kids links to government and kids' sites grouped by age and subject
Timeline Maker from Read Write Think, focuses on the steps of creating a timeline for students to print
US History from PBS
Ancient Greece from BBC
Anicent Romans from BBC

Other Subject Areas
EdSiteMent
Teach-Nology
Arts Edge Lesson Plans

General Educator Resources
Thinkfinity (formerly Marco Polo): Excellent site for all subject areas with content developed or reviewed by Thinkfinity Partners
iConn: Connecticut's Digital Library with links to periodicals, newspapers, databases, and links to other Connecticut resources
Quia Shared Activities quizzes and interactive activities created by teachers on various subject areas
Scholastic Activities for Whiteboards Lang. Arts, Social Stud., Science & Math, Learning Games & Teaching Tools