Merriam-Webster's Word Central—A fully searchable online student thesaurus, dictionary, and word rhyming tool
Citation Machine—This site helps students properly credit the information that they use.
Columbia Encyclopedia—This site contains nearly 51,000 entries (marshalling 6.5 million words on a vast range of topics) and more than 80,000 hypertext cross-references.
OnlineConversion—This conversion tool allows you to convert just about anything to anything else, with more than 5,000 units and 50,000 conversions.
Core Content Vocabulary—Vocabulary that students must know in order to achieve proficiency on state assessments
Enchanted Learning—This site is an English picture dictionary.
Study Island—Use Study Island to work on your lessons in reading and math. Remember to finish all your exercises, think through your answers on your own, and enjoy yourself!
SuccessMaker—Use SuccessMaker Reading/Math to practice your skills and raise your course level. Remember to try your best, work for the full session, answer the questions on your own, and have fun!
Math is Fun—This website is designed for our students and families. It provides information on what your child is learning in math, activities you can do at home to reinforce the content, and suggestions for online/app learning games.
Internet Public Library (IPL)—A consortium of colleges and universities with programs in information science is developing and maintaining the Internet Public Library (IPL).
Kentucky Virtual Library—Access to quality library and information resources
netTrekker—An Internet search engine that provides safe educator-selected resources
PBS Kids—Features advertising-free streaming video clips and a range of full-length episodes from many PBS shows that offer quality, age-appropriate content that educates and entertains.
Poetry4kids—This rhyming dictionary finds rhymes for your poems.
Thesaurus—More than 260,000 synonyms and cross-references in an easy-to-use format, this thesaurus features succinct word definitions and an innovative hyperlinked category index.
Science Fair Central—Investigate links with everything from soup to nuts, project ideas, links, and books as well as a searchable database with more than 300 science fair questions.
Cool Science Projects—This site delivers with science fair project guides, tips, and examples for students of all ages.
Starfall—Learning to read can be fun! Primarily for the P1–P4 student, this site offers many interactive activities. Practice reading with stories, tongue twisters, riddles, fun games, and more!
Typing Test—A timed typing test to check your keyboarding skills
World Factbook—The U.S. government's complete geographical handbook, featuring 267 full-color maps and flags of all nations. Each country profile tracks such demographics as population, ethnicity and literacy rates, as well as political, geographical, and economic data.
Word Central—This student dictionary looks up similar words and their definitions.