2nd Grade Standards
There are alot of websites to visit.Just scroll down the page and find on you need.Search Engines:
Moby Max is another fun way for students to engage in reading and math skills. The learning is adjusted to meet students exactly where they need to be. To log in students use their lunch number for their username and password.
Read theory helps students practice answering text based questions. The passages are leveled based on an entry exam they took when they first logged on.
To log in, students use their first initial, last initial, and their lunch number for the username and password (ex. mz123456).
Yahooligans- A safe search engine for kids. Also has lots of Holiday project ideas for teachers and parents. Don't forget the almanac.
AJKids- Ask Jeeves for kids - can ask natural language questions. Such as, "Why is the sky blue?".
AskJeeves- Ask natural language questions for searching.
Google- The most used search engine at this time. Searches for web pages (with a filter if you choose), images, and so much more.Answers- Online dictionary, encyclopedia and more.CRCT online practice-ask jeeves for kids
Multiplication Games- Third graders at BLES have been using and enjoying these games in the computer lab.
Subtraction Game- First graders at BLES have been practicing their subtraction skills and have enjoyed this game.
Georgia Landforms- Click on the different regions of Georgia to find information about landforms located there.
Online Dictionary- Type in the word or phrase for quick definitions. English, Medical, Legal, Financial, and Computer Dictionaries, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, a Literature Reference Library, and a Search Engine all in one!
Zoom School-Enchanted Learning has put together an incredibly comprehensive page. From planets to states to penguins to rainforest, it seems to have everything that is studied here at Berkeley Lake!
Yahooligans School Bell- Excellent source of games and homework helpers.
Yahoo- wonderful online dictionary source - on the Your Search line, type: define and a word and you will get the definition. see below Also a way to search for topics for students in upper grades.
A+ Math- Helps students improve their math skills interactively. Add, subtract, multiply, divide, square roots, round; geometry, algebra, money; flashcards, games, worksheets, homework helper and more.
MegaKids- Drillsin addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. At the end of the drill, you are told the number of errors and completion time. You are retested on incorrect answers. Certificates can be printed with results.
Funbrain Games- This is a good site for practicing numbers, words & more. Games such as Math Baseball and Change Maker are both challenging and fun.
Guide to Grammar and Writing- There are explanations for each rule of grammar, everything you ever wanted to know, from sentence and word parts to clauses and phrases and punctuation and more. Includes interactive quiz at the end of each section.
Punctuation Paintball- Students in 3rd grade are practicing their punctuation skills using paintball to put upper case letters, ending marks and quotes in place.
Biography.com- Got a name? Get the facts! A searchable database from A&E TV and Cambridge Biographical Encyclopedia.
Ditto.com- A family-friendly picture search engine. Each picture is viewed before being included on this site for suitability.
Britannica.com- Britannica Internet Guide, and all articles in the Encyclopedia Britannica included.
Fun (but educational) Sites:
Brainpop- Over 120 fun, educational, fast moving movies on many topics in science, health, technology, and more. Each section has an activities page and experiments. Children can send questions or ideas for new movies. Earn points for prizes.
FunBrain- Fun educational games, using math, grammar and social studies. Choose your level, change it at any time to minimize frustration or challenge yourself. Great site to play and learn!
Zoo Atlanta - Zoo Atlanta has a website that is jam packed with great information. Check out the Kids Page for lots of fun activities.
Yahoo Games- Fun and educational games such as Chess, Word Search, Mazes, Checkers and more!
Blue Mountain Arts' Electronic Greeting Cards- Send personalized electronic greeting cards.
Clifford the Big Red Dog- Reading, coloring, games, and behind the scenes of the popular cartoon!
Discovery Kids- In the Yucky! section, children can make Creepy Crafts, Revoltin' Recipes, Icky Experiments and more; in Explore by Subject, children can check out Animals, Dinosaurs, Space and more. Check it out!
Crime-Fighting McGruff- This site provides tips on dealing with strangers, bullies, getting-along, how to use the web and back-to-school tips. Also, children may color, read comics, play games and write a letter to McGruff.
Scholastic- Fun and educational - contains links to popular books such as Harry Potter, Captain Underpants, Magic School Bus, Animorphs and many more! Games, cards, news, contests and much more!
PBS Kids- Join the gang at PBS and learn about the show's characters, facts about animals, games, drawing, and coloring pages.
Children's Authors- A listing to link to many author's sites, such as Jan Brett, the Berenstains and Louis Sachar.
HowStuffWorks- Did you ever wonder how everyday things work...the refrigerator or a radio? All your questions answered!
Dole5aday- Dole educating our children about eating fruits and vegetables each day in a fun way.
Warner Bros. Kids- Interested in animated cartoons? Step-by-step tour of the making of a cartoon, Looney Tunes Online Karaoke and even write Looney Tunes Web Postcards!
Draw and Color with Uncle Fred- By the creator of "Barney Google and Snuffy Smith", "Uncle Fred" Lasswell has created a page that includes numerous fun cartoon drawing lessons.
Kids Domain- Download games on your PC or Mac or play online games, such as finding the rabbit in Alice's maze.
Young Writer Sites: Children can submit their writings for web publishing.
Stone Soup- Excellent website that accepts children's submissions.
Children's Software and More!- Reviews of loads of titles of children's software, books, video games, toys and DVDs/Videos.
Berit's Best Sites- Rates fun, educational and interactive sites on the Net for kids up to 12 years old. Includes tips for parents on safe surfing.
Almanac For KidsGreat for state and country reports
Ask JeevesAsk a question and Jeeves will give you a web site to visit
Citation Machine Create your bibliography
BabelFishOnline Translatortranslate text or a website from English to Spanish
Pics 4 Learning- a great place to find photos for your projects
Just for Fun
Additional Miscellaneous Sites...check out these links!
Easy Calculator A basic calculator to help students practice for NWEA
Enchanted Learning Educational web sites which are designed to capture the imagination while maximizing creativity, learning, and enjoyment.
International Olympic Committee International Olympic Committee site
Sportsline Olympic News from Sportsline
United Streaming An educational digital video library
ABCya! Educational computer games and activities created or approved by certified teachers that incorporate content areas such as math and reading while introducing basic computer skills. You can also find great elementary holiday activities here!
Encyclopedia This encyclopedia has an easy reading level.
Fact Monster This site is from Info Please. It has all the knowledge you need.
Inspire Indiana's Online Research Library
Smithsonian Art PONDER research source A source for Mrs. Sharp's Famous HooPONDER project
s link has interactive activities students can use for important concepts taught in the classroom.
Abacus Learn more about the abacus
Ben's Guide Join Benjamin Franklin and explore topics from our nation to symbols of our government.
actice math activities and find explanations of certain math concepts.
Create Your Own Snowflakes Mrs. Downs uses this site with her students to create virtual snowflakes.
Eduplace This site goes with the Houghton-Mifflin reading series. Choose your grade level and gather more information about the stories or themes your currently reading in class.
Gameaquarium The site that swims with learning fun in all the academic areas.
Gingerbread Baby House Design your own Jan Brett Gingerbread Baby House.
Gingerbread Friend Make your own Jan Brett Gingerbread Friend.
Growing with Technology Learn about technology through activities appropriate for grades K-5.
Kidport Find different activities for each academic subject.
Kids Bank Learn about the banking process and take a quiz to check your understanding.
Math Brain Teasers Math brain teasers for grades 3 and up.
Math Magician This website is very popular with students and teachers. It is a math drill for students. The site practices addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. It also reinforces certain facts that could be determined by the student or an adult.
Microsoft Clipart Find online clipart here!
Mighty Book A great site for younger children that has animated books, games, songs, and a whole lot more.
Monarch Butterfly Facts, pictures, coloring pages, and online jigsaw puzzles.
Mrs. Naney's Sharing Site Mrs. Jackson says that this is a great site for Houghton-Mifflin reading.
NASA for Students Interested in outer space? Check out this site for features, news, and games.
Professor Garfield Garfield the Cat leads students through games and learning.
Readquarium Find e-books as well as other great activities in other subject areas.
Shurley Parent Help! for 3rd Grade
School-Home Links Reading One Hundred school-home activities for third grade. The activities are organized by reading and literacy skills appropriate to this grade. Under each specific skill, there are varying numbers of activities to help children develop their ability to read and write. For the categories that have multiple activities, you can download the entire section or the individual activities within that section by selecting from a pull-down menu.
Trim a Christmas Tree Design your own Jan Brett Christmas Tree Card.
White House Kids This interesting site is a kid's page that will provide you with many facts about the White House.
Build a Wind Vane This site shows how to build a simple wind vane.
Critter Detectives Poems, games, and insect information.
Crystal Radio Set On-line projects with plans.
Trim a video, add quizes and checkpoints throughout video
Quiet Tube http://quietube.com/
Videos without commercials
Photos for Class http://www.photosforclass.com/
Citations automatically put on photo when downloaded
SMART Exchange http://exchange.smarttech.com/#tab=0
Library of SMART board lessons