Educational Websites




  • Math Garden – makes math practice fun (ask your child’s teacher for a username and password)
  • Math Nook – math and puzzle games
  • WebMATH – instant-answer, self-help
  • Math Playground – arcade games make practicing math fun
  • Coolmath – more and more math games
  • AplusMath – games, flashcards, practice worksheets
  • xtramath – is nonprofit organization dedicated to math achievement for all.
  • Study Jams – Interactive information, vocabulary and quizzes on numerous subtopics in physics, anatomy, botany, physics, astronomy, ecosystems and more for 3rd to 5th graders


Science K-2

  • Pebblego – P PreK-3 database for reading and research
  • Bill Nye, The Science Guy
  • Discovery Kids – Science is squishy, yucky and noisy. Includes a kids chat room, online science games, and a station guide.
  • Earth Rangers – Environmentally themed articles and activities for kids, a chance to meet animal ambassadors, play games and protect biodiversity with the Bring Back the Wild campaign
  • Science Kids – Features facts, games, images, quizzes, and experiments.
    Peep and the Big Wide World – Play fun math and science games, videos and activities with Peep and his friends! Explore our preschool curriculum and at home activities. – PebbleGo is the award winning PreK-3 database for reading and research. The PebbleGo databases make learning and improving reading and research skills fun, building on children’s interest.
    Ology – A science website for kids from the American Museum of Natural History.
    The Why Files – Well-researched, educational descriptions of the actual science behind current news stories.
    Funology –  offer ideas you can use to inspire and entertain your kids offline
    Science Monster
    DragonflyTV -site with series overview, games, experiments, schedule, forum, science fair projects and scientist profiles.
    Sid The Science Kid – Watch video, sing songs, and play games with Sid while you explore preschool science.
  • ScigirlsSciGirls is a PBS Kids show that encourages girls in science, technology, engineering and mathematics or STEM.
  • ScienceToyMaker -non-commercial site for people who like to roll up their sleeves and make science toys and projects.
    Thinking Fountain – science museum of Minnesota
    Ask Dr. Universe – All sorts of big and small questions are answered here, and include things that puzzle kids worldwide.
    How Stuff Works – HowStuffWorks explains thousands of topics, from engines to lock-picking to ESP, with video and illustrations so you can learn how everything works.
    NASA Kids Club – Learn Through Planetpals Characters To Be A Natural!

Science 3rd-5th


Physical Education

  • Gonoodle – GoNoodle’s short desk-side physical activities help teachers manage their classroom and improve student performance.
  • Activityworks – Activity Works integrates 12-minute exercise bursts with core curriculum for elementary classrooms.