Friday, May 29, 2009

Educational Links

Lot's of links for you to visit! There are so many great resources on the web for prinable worksheets and activites for your kiddo's. Mandee and I have compiled a list of websites that have online activites and also a list on links with printable worksheets and activities!

First School is full of great activites for your preschooler. They have great printable alphabet sheets in many diffrent styles.

Mommys Little Helper is another great sight for preschool aged children. Ton's of lesson theme idea and schedules.

Sugardoodle!! Melanie is not only an awesome mom, but an awesome teacher! She has some of her summer themed lesson plans available on her sight. Each theme is for preschool but totally adaptable to older children.

TLSBOOKS Free educational worksheets for early childhood through fifth grade.

Writing Wizard allows you to make your own handwriting worksheets and they also offer math worksheets!

Starfall is an amazing interactive sight that starts kids out learning their abc's and offers interactive books and activites for early readers.

KidZone offers a variety of activites for kids up to grade 5.

PBS Kids and Nickjr are full of fun interactive activites. My kids could play on these sights all day long and never get bored. Scholastic is another fabulous website that is full of great ideas. is a great place to find fun games for every subject. This site also has stuff for older grades. Is another great place for educational games for all ages.But I have a 6th grader and the things on here for him are great. He is learning but it is still fun. is a really cool site for grades 3-6. I actually played on it for awhile. It has games and also has printables. is a great place for art ideas, printable activities and online activities. We have spent alot of time on this website because my son has HUGE interest in science. I just have him look for something to prove and we do it.


Active Ackleys said...

Thanks, those are awesome!!! We also use abc school help and just to keep the kids' skills up over the summer. We do 10 minutes of reading daily and a math worksheet. Takes only 20 miutes and then the rest of the day is theirs to do with as they please.

The Harris Family said...

Thanks for the links. We are always looking for fun preschool ideas.