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Here are some of the links to good Web sites for skills practice. Efforts have been made to ensure that these sites and the links from them are suitable. However, sites are updated regularly and we cannot always ensure that all the links off these sites will meet with your approval. We strongly recommend that you install internet safety software on your computer or that you accompany your child on their journey through the internet. Happy surfing!

TES is committed to integrating technology into multiple aspects of the curriculum.

All Grades (K-8)



Language Arts

Resources for ELD Families/Students:



  •  Learn and research space and astronomy, Geology, Earth Science, science, chemistry, biology, physics, math, electronics, and much more. is the internet science PORTAL to more than 20,000 science sites.  This site is FREE!   

  •  Providing a wealth of resources for K-12 science educators, Science NetLinks is your guide to meaningful standards-based Internet experiences for students

  • Earth/Moon/Sun Position Simulation 

    Observe and control the earth and moon orbits
    A digital weekly diary of the planet
  • Encyclopedia of Life
    A collaborative, ongoing effort to organize information about all the species on earth
  • Periodic Table
    A visual interpretation of the Periodic Table of the Elements 

History/Social Science

  • CIA World FactBook
    Information on history, people, government, geography and more.
  • National Archives and Records Administration
    Archive of primary sources
  • Interactive Timeline
    Create a timeline online
  • Today in History
    The Library of Congress historic facts highlighted 
  • U.S. World Maps and Puzzles
  • U.S. States and Capitals
  •    An indepth online geography textbook written for kids. Learn about the world around you. Geography is the study of the Earth as it exists today, focusing on the surface, the atmosphere, the oceans, as well as the distrubtion of plants, animals, and people.

  •    Etudiants du Monde is a French non-profit association, whose aim and ambition is to open the doors of the world's cultures to young people. If you are a schoolboy, a schoolgirl or a student, then our association can propose you pen-friends who are the same age as you, in the countries of your choice.

US Constitution

Photo, Video, Audio & Clip Art Resources

Web Resources by Grade Level

All Grades K-5


First Grade

Second Grade

Miscellaneous - Possibly good options for over summer?

  • - Choose your subject (vocabulary, math, science, art) and every correct answer donates 10 grains of rice to the poor around the world.

  • - BBC Dance Mat Typing Tutorial – Practice your typing skills over the summer with this fun tutor.

  • - Reading (including “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” & “Mad Libs”) & Math games (progressive games by grade level).

  • - This site has a variety of literacy, math and social studies activities online as well as crafts, etc.

  • - This site has math, language arts, social studies & science games and puzzles.

  • - This site has common sense games designed to teach kids about safe practices online.

  •  Get FamilyFun Crafts, printables, recipes and back to school tips for you an the entire family!

  • Educational Website for Foreign Language Learning is designed to give children the opportunity to explore foreign languages, countries, and cultures. It features Spanish, French, Italian, and German. Children using learn for free and enjoy the process.

Fun Links Greatest Hits

It’s recommended that online game playing be supervised by a parent or guardian, especially to remind children to not click on enticing advertisements that might direct them to other areas of the internet. Most game sites are funded by these ads, however their content isn’t always appropriate for younger children. Many of these game sites require the latest versions of Adobe Flash Player (Free download from and/or Adobe Shockwave Player (Free download from to be installed on your computer.