|A Game a Day
Description:A Game a Day has two levels of various games like Author! Author!, Antonyms, and Time to Rhyme. These games help develop concentration and attention span, memory, reading, and writing skills, and vocabulary. This site also features a Word of the Day which asks to you type in a synonym. Click on "Thesaurus Rex" for the Word of the Day.
|Book Browser Web
Description:Focuses on the following genres: detective/mystery, science fiction, inspirational fiction, and military series. Sections for romances and westerns are being added. Books are categorized in a variety of lists including Series & Sequels, If You Like...Try..., Place & Time, and Best of...
Description:Each year, thousands of children, young adults, teachers, and librarians around the United States select their favorite recently published books for the “Choices” booklists. These lists are used in classrooms, libraries, and homes to help young readers find books they will enjoy.
Description:DailyReader.net allows users to subscribe to receive classic novels in their email. Users can select the length of their installments and the days to read on (or a parent may assign a specific length to be sent each day).
Description:A website that has reviews and lists of books to help families determine safe books for their children. And a place to find age-appropriate books.
Description:A variety of resources for those that like to use historical fiction as a foundation for their history studies.
|Library of Congress
Description:Drawing on the many resources in its collection the Library of Congress staff has created a marvelous website. If you are looking for resources to supplement your study of American history, the American Memory section will be the place you stop first. "Documents, photographs, movies, and sound recordings that tell America's story."
Another special feature of the Library of Congress site is the American Treasures of the Library of Congress, an ongoing exhibit of treasures, such as the hand written draft by Thomas Jefferson of the Declaration of Independence. The site also includes Thomas Legislative Information, Library Services, and Research Tools.
Description:Language arts and physics meet in a head on collision which results in a number of interesting physics limericks.
Description:For the younger homeschoolers, Primary Games is a collection of fun and brightly colored games. Some games are Worder, which uses dropping tiles to spell words, and Word Lab, which is a guessing game that asks you to fill in letters to make words. Primary Games also offers many printouts of Stationery for Young Writers, such as Hanukkah, Flowers, Dinosaurs, and others.
Primary Games also offers "upgrades" which allow you access to such "enhancements" like unlimited roungs, and others particular to specific games. Be aware, though, that these upgrades are not free.
|Reading Specialists Online
Description:Browse the question and answer section or submit your own question to the panel of reading specialists.
|The Mysterious Homepage
Description:Mystery writing collection
|Women's History Month
Description:Read about notable women from Laura Ingalls Wilder to Jane Addams on this site.