With school closures, these sites and apps offer parents the best free content for preschool, elementary and middle school kids.
This is a step-by-step guide to using the digital day planner, Opus Domini, to help you make and keep your short and long term goals. Great for goal-oriented Franklin Covey fans.
The best social studies projects available online for free for students in grades k-12, including videos and links to project-based learning resources.
Get a leg up on your project-based lesson planning with these free resources that offer guidance as well as PBL lesson ideas.
Get a quick start on your PBL lesson planning with these projects in astronomy, chemistry, engineering, architecture, physics, technology, earth, life, and physical sciences.
A detailed list of math projects, for all grade levels, to use in your class or tailor to fit your grade level.
Super for school & home, these apps for iPhone, iPad, Kindle Fire, and Android devices encompass astronomy, animals, biology, chemistry, geology, weather, and physics.
Find some fresh lesson templates, printable forms, and organizational tools to help you develop lessons for your classroom.
These reading skills apps for iPad, Kindle Fire, and Android devices offer captivating illustrations, graphics and games to keep children engaged.
Learn basic math skills and even algebra with these 16 apps for iPad, iPhone and Android devices. They also include calculators and formula references.
Fun facts about our first president, George Washington, about his accomplishments from childhood through the presidency.
Celebrate National Static Electricity Day, January 9, in your classroom with these games, interactives and experiments.
Sometimes, you just need a guidance to get started. Here's some terrific free sources, and links to 100 science fair projects for elementary middle and high school.
Children become fluent in reading with practice. Help them build their skills with free, engaging reading games and videos that will hold their attention and keep them motivated. These websites offer a great way to keep kids learning outside of school.
These free K-12 lesson plans and projects encompass money management, financial planning and economics that address state and national common core standards.
Reviews of eight free online games and mobile apps that entertain children as they learn to count bills and coins.
Kids use musical mnemonics to learn the parts of speech and grammar with these classic hits from School House Rock.
These interactive websites and apps breathe life into textbook illustrations and lessons about the human body and anatomy for K-12 students.
Reproduction mechanical banks make fun inexpensive collectibles as well as useful savings tools for children.
These apps and online tools help students use their study time in ways that will help them be more successful taking tests and exams.
These eye-catching free websites offer teachers and students free images for school projects and teaching presentations.
These 8 free games make learning how to tell the time a delight. Students become proficient quickly because they're thoroughly engaged and practice longer.
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These 12 websites offer an incredible array of free lesson plans, unit plans and guided, project-based learning plans for elementary, middle and high school students.
There are many free quality resources to help you study for your GED tests. Several of them are described here.
These 10 free games and interactive lessons will get you and your kids up to speed on money management and financial literacy.
These online tools and poetry collections provide guideposts and inspire children to write and read poems in a broad range of styles.
Reviews of 12 of the best websites to help students with science fair project ideas, experiments and displays.
Help your kids learn skills and concepts in basic math, geometry, algebra and calculus with these 12 free interactive math websites that are ideal for homework.
These six digital tools are cross-curricular and offer creative ways for learning, and for assessing what students have learned.
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