CLI celebrated 25 years by sharing our top-recommended resources by subject area. Please note: This list is down to 23 resources because two of the websites no longer exist.
The Children’s Literature Web Guide – Internet resources related to books for children and young adults.
Guide to Grammar & Writing – Breaks down lessons into grammar, sentence, and essay sections. Includes over 150 interactive quizzes.
Eserver.org – Published writings and resources ranging from poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and more.
TIME for Kids – Great to get kids to read periodicals and current events from kids perspectives.
EDSITEment! – Humanities resource site featuring lesson plans for literature.
Monstermath.org – Math resources for teachers and students.
FUNBRAIN – Mind-exercising site
Aplusmath – Interactive flashcards, games, homework helper including help with advanced math.
Math Archives – Math topics, software, teaching materials
Zona Land Education – Interactive resource on physics-mechanics, waves, light, graphing, functions, geometry, trigonometry
GeoTeach.org – Country studies, cultural sites
National Geographic Kids – Quizzes, videos, and opportunities to explore
The National Archives and Records Administration Digital Classroom – Access to online historical documents (primary sources) with lesson plans and activities.
Library of Congress – This Day in History, images, articles, and a learning page.
Understanding Science – for teachers and students
NOVA Education – PBS’s science education resource page
USGS – Resources from the U.S. Geological Service
Visual Arts and Music
The MET – Activity ideas, games, exhibits, programs for teachers
Crayola Education – Art education resources
The Children’s Music Network – Newsletter, web guides, concert calendar, music education information, hear songs.
DataDragon – Tutorials, guides, information on musical genres, history of music, and instruments.
TeacherVision = Lesson plans and printables for teaching music