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Multiple Content Area Interactives
Language Arts Interactives
Audio/Video Books for Young Students
Math Interactive Sites
Science Interactive Sites
Social Studies Interactive Sites
Information Literacy Interactive Sites
Critical Thinking & Problem-solving Interactive Sites

Resource Links

Multiple Content Area Interactives
Johnny’s Story Page no longer available
Johnny’s Math Page Grades K-6
Toy Theater Grades K-3
Up To Ten Ages up to 10

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Language Arts Interactives
Book Share
Starfall
Mrs. P.’s Magic Library and Mrs. P on YouTube
Phil Shapiro Websequiturs
Zinger Tales No longer available
Instant Poetry Forms No longer available

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Audio/Video Books for Young Students
Storyline Online
Robert Munsch
Kindersite
We Do Listen
Scholastic Listen and Read Books
Childtopia

Martha Speaks True Stories
Professor Garfield
Storytime for Me Has free downloadable pdfs for children, older children, and young adults
KidSpace
Browser Books The site has been retired, so this brings up a directory, and the books are still there.
Aesop’s Fables
StoryShares

TumbleBookLibrary

No longer available
Speakaboos
Curious George Stories
eStories by Story Teller
The Story Museum

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Math Interactive Sites

National Library of Virtual Manipulatives or NLVM
//Mathlanding//
//Interactivate//
//Illuminations//
Glencoe manipulatives
//Virtual Manipulatives & Simulations for Measurement//
//Interactive Mathematics Projects//
//Freudenthal Institute: Games for Mathematics Education//

No longer available
Kids and Cookies

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Science Interactive Sites

//NASA Space Place//
//Learning Science//
//Planet Arcade//
Edheads

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Social Studies Interactive Sites

//Digital History//
//Mission: US//

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Information Literacy Interactive Sites

Google Search Education
//Admongo// and Admongo Teacher Pages

No longer available
Boolify

Critical Thinking/Problem-solving Interactive Sites

//Zoopz//
//TeachersFirst//

Pinterest’s Tracking Student Progress
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