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National Geographic - This site has different activities and articles designed for kids. At the top right of the menu bar is a link to the National Geographic main page.

Search Engines

Awesome Library - Over 14,000 sites have been classified into a directory, specifically organized for teachers, students and parents. Information can be found by browsing or searching.

Fact Monster - Reference provider Information Please produces this site which provides facts and information oriented around the needs of children.

Pics4Learning - Copyright-friendly images for education. Directory of websites for children and educators.


Multi Subject

PBS Kids - This site has some games and stories involving some well known children's TV characters. 

Starfall - A variety of things to read online from pre-beginner to more advanced. 

Play Kids - Different games and puzzles. Categories include geography, math, memory, and vocabulary.


A+ Math - A great site to practice basic math. Includes worksheets, games, flashcards, and more. 

Funbrain - Funbrain offers a link to various math games that enforce basic skills. Links to other topics are also available. 

Worksheet Generator - This site allows you to create and print various addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division sheets for extra practice.

nrich - This site contains a wealth of information and some challenging math problems.

Mathletics - Mathletics is a captivating online math learning space providing students with all the tools they need to be successful learners

Figure This - Math challenges for families

YouCubed - Dr. Jo Boaler's inspiring mathematical mindset, evidence based tasks and information

Social Studies

Canadian Atlas - This site has a searchable database of Canadian places, regions, facts ect.


Thinking Fountain - This site has some neat activities for younger kids. 

NASA - A gateway of information regarding NASA and their research

Starchild - A learning center for young astronomers - Quite interactive!

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