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CLI’s Top 25 Subject-Area Websites

25-favoritesCLI is celebrating 25 years by sharing our  top recommended resources!

Check out these 25 sites to expand your Internet horizons and maybe even revisit some classics that are still gems!

 

Language Arts

lang-artspeople.ucalgary.ca/~dkbrown       The Children’s Literature Web Guide compiling Internet resources related to books for children and young adults.

webster.commnet.edu/grammar    Guide to Grammar & Writing: Breaks down lessons into grammar, sentence, and essay sections.  Includes over 150 interactive quizzes.

www.eserver.org   Published writings and resources ranging from poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and more.

www.timeforkids.com  TIME for Kids.  Great to get kids to read periodicals and current events from kids perspectives.

edsitement.neh.gov   Humanities resource site featuring lesson plans for literature.

 

Math

www.monstermath.org Math resources for Teachers and Studentsmath

www.funbrain.com/math  Mind-exercising site.

www.aplusmath.com    Interactive flashcards, games, homework helper including help with advanced math

archives.math.utk.edu  Math topics, software, teach materials.

zonalandeducation.com Interactive resource on physics-mechanics, waves, light, graphing, functions, geometry, trigonometry

 

Social Studies

social-studieswww.geoteach.org   Country studies, cultural sites

www.nationalgeographic.com/geobee/     Daily quiz questions posted from the National Geography Bee

www.thehistorynet.com     Archived articles related to World History, American History, and Wars.  Daily quiz, dropdown Menu, today in History

www.archives.gov     The National Archives and Records Administration Digital Classroom. Access to online historical documents (primary sources) with lesson plans and activities.

memory.loc.gov/ammem/index      Library of Congress.  This Day in History. Images, articles, and a learning page.

 

Science

school.discoveryeducation.com/sciencefaircentral/     Science Fair Central, information for coordinators, parents, students and even scienceelementary students

nsdl.oercommons.org   National Science Digital Library

undsci.berkeley.edu Understanding Science for teachers and students

www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/education/ PBS’s science education resource page

education.usgs.gov  Resources from the U.S. Geological Service

 

Visual Arts and Music

fine-artwww.metmuseum.org/learn Activity ideas, games, exhibits, programs for teachers

www.crayola.com/for-educators  Crayola’s Art Education for Educators

www.childrensmusic.org  Newsletter, web guides, concert calendar, music education information, hear songs.

datadragon.com/education/html/refresh  Tutorials, guides, information on musical genres, history of music, and instruments.

www.teachervision.com/music/teacher-resources Lesson plans and printables for teaching music