Storyline Online

Scholastic Learn at Home


Squiggle Park

Highlights Kids Magazine

Teach Your Monster to Read


more Starfall

Raz Kids

Education City


Newsela Unlimited access to hundreds of leveled news articles and Common Core–aligned quizzes, with new articles every day. ***ability to change the lexile level of the text for students that need a higher or lower level!

SpellingCity Teaching spelling and vocabulary is easy with Spelling City! Students can study and learn their word lists using vocabulary and spelling tools.

Into The Book



ABCYa – Educational games for k-5th grade.


Turtle Diary


Jackson– Move your mouse around and create a Jackson Pollock-like painting. Change colors by clicking. 🙂

Art Access– you can study art terms and artists. Art lessons and ideas at your fingertips!

Mia – Minneapolis Institute of Arts

NGAkids– Create paintings online and more!

Art Safari– interactive art lessons and activities.

Renaissance Connection- A great site with games, quizzes, lessons on the Renaissance.– Search for various artists in this collection.

Chunky Monkey Cartoon Lessons– lessons on animal cartoons.

Mr.– Create your own Picasso portrait.

Artsology– Online art games.

Artpad– Digital canvas – paint your own creation



Prodigy Math games for grades 1-8 students.


Tech – Keyboarding

Free Typing Games

Typing Club

Dance Mat Typing

Keyboarding  Keyboarding for Upper Elementary

Keyboard Practice Keyboarding for Upper Elementary


SFS Kids – learn about composers, instruments and music compositions

DSO Kids – learn about different composers and listen to their musical works

NYPhil Kids – learn about different instruments and hear their sounds

LSO Play – experience the orchestra from multiple points of view

Incredibox – experiment with different sounds and layer them to make their own composition

Classics for Kids – learn about composers and classical music


Click on the above box to connect to the Home Connect part of Renaissance Place.

“Home Connect” is a website where parents/students can see how their child is doing on their Accelerated Reader testing and students may practice their math facts with Math Facts in a Flash.


Click the box above to find out if a book has an AR test and what it’s reading level is.

You can also use the “AR BookFinder” website to find out if a book has an Accelerated Reader test, what the book level is, point value, and how many words it has.