SOCIAL STUDIES SITES
This site links you to WQED's website that discuss the time periods in Pittsburgh history.
This site links you to information on the French and Indian war.
This site shows a study of Native Americans from a school in Indiana.
This site shows an excellent description of the regions of Native Americans.
This site gives information on Pennsylvania's state symbols.
This site links you to "Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids".
ONLINE MATH SITESProvides rocket math practiceYou can print math facts practice sheets.
Great geometry site.
Math Playground is a math learning site for grades K-6.
National Library of Virtual Manipulative for Interactive Mathematics
Each week kids will find a different math problem to solve.
This program allows kids to do math flashcards on-line. There are a number of functions that can be modified to allow the drill to be as easy or hard as you like.
Designed by teachers for teachers, AIMS activities and curricula are extensively field tested and aligned with key math and science standards, including many state standards.
Here kids will find different math problems and puzzles
Hundreds of pages of Basic Math Skills
Interactive practice on every page
An explanation of the math topic on each page
Several challenge games on each page
This web site was developed to help students improve their math skills interactively.
This is an online K-12 math and science teacher center.
Lessons and activities, Classroom Calendar, Digital Dozen….
Math and number games, fun puzzles, fractals, and other useful and fun things. Hof the "The Number Monster", a great flashcard game.
With Math Literacy Week, schools across America will focus on the importance of understanding mathematics. Each day, students will explore the many ways that mathematics plays a role in the world and in their daily lives.