Fun Resources for Students
Science, Technology, and Math Resources
Kids Ahead - website packed with all kinds of resources, games, videos and links to local activities.
Science Bob - Bob is a science teacher who loves to experiment. This websites offers videos, links, and plenty of ideas.
Scratch - "Imagine, Program, Share"
SciJinks - "It's all about the weather."
Bill Nye: the Science Guy - Entertaining episodes that cover all things science.
LitPick - The latest in preteen and teen literature reviewed by a global community of students.
NoveList K-8 Plus - Use NoveList to find your next book
No Flying, No Tights - Librarians' reviews of comics, graphic novels, Japanese manga, and anime.
YA Books Central - "Great Michigan-based online YA book community."
Ben's Guide to the Government - Learn about the U.S. government through games and adventures.
USA.gov - Homework resource; information on making laws, presidents, and how the federal government works
iCivics - Become an active citizen. Learn how the government works and how to change the community through these civic simulations.
If It Were My Home - Compare the life experiences of being born in other countries. Would you live longer? Have more children? Learn how your life would be different if you were not born in the United States.
Test Prep and Skill Building
Learning Express Library -Test Prep/Jobs/Careers. Seven interactive learning centers of academic and licensing/certification practice tests, elementary level testing for math and reading, and skills building tools.
HippoCampus - "Free educational resources for middle school through college."
Khan Academy - "You only have to know one thing - you can learn anything."
21 Things 4 Students - Activities and games to help students improve their technology proficiency.
Hour of Code - One-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics.