African American World from PBS (45 Hits) A good site for Black History Month and year round, this site includes a timeline, a page for kids, teacher resources, and recommended links. (Grades 3 & up)
Something About the Author (49 Hits) Find out about the lives and works of authors and illustrators for children and young adults.
Spelling City (46 Hits) Enter your own spelling words for practice, games, tests, and more. (Grades 1 & up)
Word Central (43 Hits) Brought to you by Merriam-Webster, Word Central provides a dictionary, a thesaurus, and a rhyming dictionary. (Grades 4 & up)
Ask Dr. Math: Elementary Archive (50 Hits) Includes info on adding, subtracting, fractions, geometry, measurements, and more. Also has link to Ask Dr. Math Middle School Archive. (Grades 1 & up)
Cool Math (45 Hits) Billed as a site for ages "13-100," with lessons and help with prealgebra, algebra, precalculus, and calculus. There are also games on the more basic math skills for younger students.
ESpecies Fact Sheets (50 Hits) A good starting place for info on endangered species. (Grades 2 & up)
Famous Inventors (45 Hits) Look up inventors by their nationality or browse the A-Z listing.
NASA for Students (44 Hits) Includes a search by subject section for homework help. Great place to look for info on planets. (Grades K-4)
KidsClick! (43 Hits) Web search for kids by librarians at Kent State University.
Quintura (43 Hits) For young children, this search engine offers a pleasing display with three ways to search.
ALCS (Association for Library Service to Children) (45 Hits) Great Websites for Kids - Links to librarian-selected, high-quality websites of interest to children 14 years of age and younger, organized into subject headings such as art; music; computers and technology; geography and maps; museums; mathematics; and much more.
Awesome Library (43 Hits) Organizes the Web with 37,000 carefully reviewed resources, including the top 5 percent in education.
HomeworkSpot (43 Hits) This homework help site is divided into level and subject matter. Lots of reference information here!