Educational Websites for Students
Educational Websites for Families
Amazing Kids Magazine
A kid-created online magazine
dedicated to helping kids realize
their amazing potential.
This site helps beginners program
mobile apps for android by offering
tutorials and an on-line book.
Between the Lions
Based on the the award-winning television
program; this site combines fun games,
songs, and stories for early readers.
Explore the history behind the worlds
greatest feats of engineering and the learn
about the architects who designed them.
CIA for Kids-Games
Kids can find out what the CIA is all about,
by playing games and solving puzzles.
Discovery Education www.discoveryeducation.com/parents Free family
resources that provide high quality, relevant material for parents
Kids can catch up on current events with
news stories written just for children.
EPA Environmental Kids Club
Learn about pollution, global warming,
and recycling at this site from the
Environmental Protection Agency.
Helping Your Child Series
www2.ed.gov/parents/academic/help/hyc.html Provides parents with
tools and information to help their children
succeed in school and life.
Offers reviews of the best new books
& authors for kids.
Money as You Grow
Learn important lessons about finanical
responsibilty for all ages.
This website is packed with
educational content, interactive stories,
and fun activities.
NASA Kids Club
Junior astronauts will have a blast
exploring this fun and exciting website.
National Geographic Kids
Kids can read the newest edition of this
magazine on-line, check out the contests,
polls, games and even virtual adventures.
Discover the sea through a fun-filled blog,
media gallery video, and current museum
A great site for girls interested in science.
SciGirls includes games, project ideas,
videos and more.
A great site for early readers that offers
reading games and tools.
TIME for Kids
This site offers news articles, games, polls,
and a homework help section.
A safe and secure site where teens can find
Wildlife Filmmaker www.animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals From
National Geographic, this site allows kids to make animal movies
using short clips of a wide variety of animals.
The listed resources are not endorsed by the Georgia Department of
Education but offered as possible tools for Title I schools and
school districts to utilize with families.