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Math and Science

Math and Science

Challenge yourself, or engage in online play with others at Calculation Nation. This site is filled with interesting, high-quality math games for a variety of ability levels. Participants need to create an online user name and provide an email address, but do not have to play with other users. All participation is free.
The Khan Academy is an online virtual school with the mission of providing a world-class education to anyone, anywhere.
The Math Worksheet Wizard is a FREE resource for teachers and homeschooling moms and dads. You can make an unlimited number of printable math worksheets for children, for the classroom or for homework, simply by clicking a button. What makes this site unique is that every time you create a worksheet, you get different, randomly generated problems.
This site provides math games to help students understand basic concepts.
This engaging game will give students practice reading and telling time with analog clocks.
The Math Dude is part of the "Quick and Dirty Tips" website, offering a variety of useful information in the area of mathematics.
A new extension of Starfall, this site provides young learners with interactive practice for developing math skills and concepts.
You won't find another periodic table that contains this much information into one page!


The misson of ReadWriteThink is to provide educators, parents, and afterschool professionals with high quality practice activities for reading and language arts instruction.
Learn something new about grammar, or do something better one tip at a time by visiting this site.
Starfall  has a variety of engaging activities to develop early reading skills. It is widely used both at home and in classrooms.
Turn sight word practice into a spy adventure!
The Guide to Grammar and Writing is sponsored by the Capital Community College Foundation, a nonprofit organization that supports scholarships, faculty development, and curriculum innovation. This site provides good information and excellent practice for developing grammar skills.
The Virginia Yerxa Community Read web site will connect you with our local community book-in-common project. In addition to information about this year's selection, the site also has useful information for book clubs, library enthusiasts, and community members who would like to be involved with the project.
Useful Links

Useful Links

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