Student Sites

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Check out Mrs. Middleton's Technology Website


  • How Stuff Works
    The name speaks for itself.
  • Internet 4 Classrooms
    Computer tutorials for students and adults.
  • Kid Pub
    A place for students to get their work published individually or as a class.
  • Kids.com
    A  place for kids to explore the Internet and interact with electronic pals. Games and arts and crafts are provided.
  • Kid Space
    Another site featuring kids' artwork, this one features the art of children done in English and Japanese. They will accept submissions of stories and art work from children.
  • Learn 2.com
    Features online lessons on many topics.
  • Literacy Center
    Early Childhood Education Network - Reading fun and foreign languages
  • Math.com
    The World of Math online! An excellent student and parent resource for almost all of your math questions.
  • Math Goodies
    Math Goodies is a free math help site featuring interactive lessons, homework help, worksheets and forums! They have over 400 pages of activities for students, teachers and parents.
  • Math Zone
    This site aims to bring collect together and order a range of free resources discovered on the Internet, which can be used for teaching Math in Primary Schools
  • Marco Polo Education Site
    A wealth of online resources for students, teachers and parents
  • Mrs. Sterling's Word Pad
    Word Processing Lessons for kids to use on any word processing program.
  • PBS Kids
    There is a fun and games section as well as links to popular PBS kids shows such as Arthur and Teletubbies.
  • Scholastic
    Scholastic provides games, contest, activities, information, and books for parents, teachers, and students.
  • Spelling City
    On this website you can add your own spelling words and have the program test you or play a game with you.  There are other options as well.
  • Starfall
    Sharpen your reading skills
  • The Stacks
    A good site from Scholastic talking about what's new in books.
  • Think Quest
    Think Quest, a nonprofit organization, sponsors contests that challenge learners of all ages to create high-quality, innovative, and content-rich web sites.
  • Time for Kids
    The popular, weekly news magazine has a special edition online for kids. The site includes a multimedia section that usually focuses on science and technology. Probably best for middle and high school students.
  • Wacky Web Tales
    Wacky Web Tales works like Mad Libs. It asks the user to supply parts of speech and then generates a short story.