Learning and practicing school work isn’t just for the classroom any more. Thanks to the advancement of technology, students and parents have the classroom at their fingertips. There are scores of websites designed to review, teach, and explore a variety of educational subjects and topics.
Scholastic Teacher: This site allows you to input your current spelling list into the game page. It then makes a word scramble or a word search to help student learn words from your school.
Spelling Battleship helps students learn commonly misspelled words. Students have to spell words correctly in order to sink the enemy’s ships.
Aplusmath: Helps students practice a variety of math skills.
Line Jumper helps kids learn how to use a number line to solve easy addition and subtraction problems. It also helps kids understand negative numbers used in algebraic equations.
Math Playground provides many ways to review math facts. It involves games, logic, word problems, and videos to review math concepts.
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives is an amazing website for K5-12 graders. It involves using objects to aid in learning. It is helps with adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, fractions, clock/time, geometry, algebra, measurements, and much more.
Stop the Clock (level 2) uses 15 minute intervals to practice clock skills
Stop the Clock (level 3) uses 5 minute intervals to practice clock skills
Stop the Clock (level 4) uses 1 minute intervals to practice clock skills
Vector KidsStates and Capitals map game helps students know their state locations and the capitals that match the state.