Disney TV
Indiana Fire TrucksExplore the different fire trucks and stations throughout Indiana
Sports Illustrated Kids-All about sports, games, cartoons, and more.

Covers All Subjects:
FunBrain has over 100 fun, interactive games that develop skills in math, reading and literacy. Plus, kids can read a variety of popular books and comics on the site, including Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Amelia Writes Again, and Brewster Rocket.
e-Learning for Kids**
At e-Learning for Kids, you can search through educational games by grade level or subject. There are materials for grades 1-6 in math, science and language arts.
Turtle Diary**
Over 1,000 educational activities, games, animated lessons, printable worksheets, interactive storybooks and more.
Math, science and language arts skills with games and interactive activities!
Free Rice**
This website allows students to review English vocabulary and grammar at varying levels of difficulty. For each correct answer, the website will donate one grain of rice.
Mr. Nussbaum**
Mr. Nussbaum is a website with tons of interactive games and activities for math, language arts, history, geography, science and more.
Free games for learning how to use money, tell time, count and read. Also, you’ll find mazes, memory games, puzzles, Sudoku and more!
Titanic-Come aboard and learn about the Titanic in this fun history filled game.
Titanic with History Channel-Explore the Titanic with the History Channel.


Math Chimp** Free collection of online math games for grades K-8 organized by the common core standards.
AAA Math: Fractions** The Fractions portion of the AAA Math website is particularly useful because it provides visual representations and easy-to-understand instructions. You can choose from a selection of topics like basic fractions, adding fractions, comparing fractions, converting fractions, reducing fractions, etc.
AplusMath: Money Flashcards** These basic flashcards will give your students the repetition they need to master the very important skill of counting money.
Math-Play** Math-Play has online math games that are organized by grade level, content and game type. You’ll find resources for addition, subtraction, multiplication, integers, fractions and more.
Math Pickle** Some math concepts can be tricky but Math Pickle’s videos are really good at simplifying concepts for your students.
Math Game Time** Math Game Time has interactive math games, videos and worksheets that are separated by grade level. Your students will be able to practice everything from counting to decimals.
Cool Math 4 Kids** This free website looks like it may have been designed in the early 90’s, but it’s got tons of great content for addition, subtraction, times tables, long division, fractions, decimals and more. Calculator.com** Project one of the free online calculators on your interactive whiteboard.
Calcoolate** As the name suggests, Calcoolate is a neat online calculator.

History Channel
Learn about History- Learn about Presidents, American History, Time Periods/Eras, Wars, play games, and watch videos.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC- National Geographic provides free maps, photos, videos and daily news stories, as well as articles and features about animals, the environment, cultures, history, etc..
Civil War-Civil War Trust website with tons of information about the Civil War for kids
History Channel Civil War-Civil War on History Channel

Science Games
SCIENCE OF BASEBALL-Learn about the Science behind Baseball. Learn about curveballs, being behind the plate, and so much more on this website.
WONDERVILLE-Great interactive science games full of fun activities for students.
Extreme Science** What is the largest ocean carnivore? How big is the world’s largest tarantula? Just how cold does the Antarctic actually get? Learn all about the extreme animals and places around the world.
Earthquakes for Kids** The U.S. Geological Survey website provides students with information about earthquakes. They can learn about the latest quakes, watch animations, get ideas for science fairs or play earthquake-related puzzles and games.
Water Cycle Diagram – Earthguide** The interactive Earthguide Water Cycle Diagram provides a visual representation of the different parts of the water cycle, including precipitation, runoff, infiltration, evaporation, evapotranspiration, freezing and more.
Plate Tectonics Animations** The University of California Berkeley’s plate tectonics animations demonstrate how the plates work, and the site includes information on the theories behind the motion, as information on the history of plate tectonics and animations of how plate tectonics shaped the world in the past!
ARKive** The ultimate resource for breathtaking photos and videos of the world’s endangered species. Each entry also includes a description of the species (or region) and information about its range, habitat, biology, threats, conservation and more.
Animal Planet** Watch preview videos for some of Animal Planet’s renowned programming on the Earth’s natural resources, wildlife and more.
Infrared Zoo Gallery** Use the Infrared Zoo Gallery to “see” the difference between warm-blooded and cold-blooded animals. It also allows you to study how well feathers, fur and blubber insulate different animals. Very cool!
National Aquarium** Take a 360-degree tour of the National Aquarium, located in Baltimore. The official website has tons of resources on the marine animals that are showcased in their habitats.
eNature** Use eNature’s Endangered and Threatened Species search engine to enter your zip code and learn about highly-threatened animals near you. There are also animal-related games, quizzes and other freebies available.
Bagheera** Learn about endangered and already-extinct species from around the world at Bagheera. Classroom activities and resources are also available for additional learning opportunities.
Life of Birds** The website version of PBS' Life of Birds is a great resource for learning about Earth’s most adaptable creatures.
InnerBody** An interactive guide to all systems of the human body including the digestive system, immune system, muscular system, respiratory system, skeletal system and more.
Exploratorium** The official website of the Exploratorium, the museum of science, art and human perception in San Francisco. It includes materials and activities for a variety of subjects, from astronomy and space to the human body.
Rainforest Heroes** Learn about the rainforest and what students can do to help protect it. Rainforest Heroes also has a section for teaching ideas that include creative writing, spelling, reading, science, math and more, all relating to the topic of the rainforest or rainforest conservation.
B-EYE** B-EYE shows your students what the world looks like through the eyes of a bee. You can zoom in and out to truly experience the effect of compound eyes on one's vision.
Coral Reef PhotoBank** Coral Reef Alliance’s photobank is a great resource if you’re doing a unit or center on marine ecosystems like coral reefs.
The Dino Directory** View 3D models of five well-known dinosaurs, and learni about the origins of their names, how large they were, what they ate and when and where they lived.
eSpecies Fact Sheets** Electronic fact sheets, including photos, protection status, and info on how students can help, for over 50 endangered species.
Steve Spangler Science Experiments** A searchable directory of easy and fun science experiments and science fair ideas.
Switcheroo Zoo** Let your students create their own animals by assembling different animal parts. Have them imagine a habitat for their new animal, describe how it survives, what it eats and its relationship with other animals.
The Magic School Bus Games** Play eight interactive science-based games including Monster Bugs, The Great Habitat Match, Space Chase, and more! There are also quizzes and printable coloring pages, as well as science experiments students can do in the classroom or at home.
Lawrence Hall of Science Kids** LHS Kids ("Welcome to Twenty Four Seven Science!") is home to interactive whiteboard-friendly science games and ideas for great supplemental science activities.