Recommended Sites for Elementary School Childrenikeepsafe
These sites were chosen to provide students with information to complete classroom assignments, or pursue personal interests, they are dedicated directories that provide a safe way to do research for elementary school students. They are classified by directories and not by individual subjects. This classification allow students to practice the research skills they learn at school. You will also find a few shortcut links to specialized sites that our teachers and parents find useful.
"A Great Site Shares Meaningful and Useful Content that Educates, Informs, or Entertains." [ALASC]
P.Guerrero-School Media Technician.
Holders can put books on hold on-line. Information on "Live Homework
Help" and Tutors on-line, and other events at our neighborhood Santa
Clara County Public Library, Milpitas branch.
a one-stop resource site for Silicon Valley educators and students from the Santa Clara County Office of Education.
research tools and curriculum resources . Improve student engagement
and achievement. Get standards-aligned content services.
American Library Association's Great Web Sites for Kids are currently maintained and updated by the American Library Services for Children Great Web Sites Committee.
Internet Public Library.The Internet Public Library is a public service organization and a learning/teaching
environment at the University of Michigan School of Information. IPL Recognized in 2002 Computerworld Honors Program
terrific tools that can help, particularly an interactive calendar and
to-do list which kids can customize and make their own to keep
Also, great tools to research, get organized, write reports, and research
"Kids against Bullying"PACER
Center is a parent center for families of children and young adults
with all disabilities—physical, mental, learning, and emotional. Located
in Minneapolis, Minnesota, its mission is to expand opportunities and
enhance the quality of life of children and young adults with
disabilities and their families, based on the concept of parents helping