Educational Sites for Student Use Starfall is a valuable site where your children can learn more about the tools needed to read. There are many tips for parents to help their child with reading at home. Journey through the University of Dr. Seuss, exploring reading, reasoning, science and math. A classroom magazine and activities! A student-friendly site bursting with language activities that include your child’s favorite PBS characters.  A website for across the curriculum.  Free games and weekly videos!

http://www.cartoonnetwork/: Games, Exploration A site devoted to games with a special emphasis on math and reading. There is a special place for parents to visit and learn more as well. The Screen Actors Guild Foundation is proud to bring you Storyline Online, an online streaming video program with SAG members reading children's books aloud.  Each book includes accompanying activities and lesson ideas. A math practice site to help improve their skills, and confidence to meet grade level explectations. Florida Center for Reading Reseach has posted printable center games.  These games connect with the State FAIR Test Data. Thousands of printable ideas from a former Language Arts Specialist. Word work, contractions, work families, alphabet, and blends. A great site that integrates reading with science, explore and enjoy. This is a wonderful site for parents and students to interact together to learn more about art, music, reading and so much more. This is a great reading resource for the child who really loves sports or wants to learn more. A creative site designed with various themed art activities for children. A web site that encourages reading and writing through the use of various child-friendly articles, activities and games. This site has many educational games centered around math and also includes games, puzzles and printable activities/worksheets. This website is broken down by grade levels to focus on the basic math skills students need to master. An amusement park of math and more designed for children. A math reference area is also available to address questions you may have when helping your child on a particular math concept. A great reading resource where children can learn more about the animals and nature around them. A super weather web site created for children by a meteorologist. Weather is an important topic we learn and study daily in first grade. Explore, learn, and have fun! A web search for kids made by librarians (a google site for children).