You can use Seterra from any web browser to explore the world and learn about its countries, capitals, cities, rivers, lakes and more! Challenge students to test their geography skills!Brainpop
This free website can be used for any subject. Students can choose Social Studies and pick a topic! Challenge students to pick a topic that they have been struggling with or simply want to learn more about!Readworks
This website just takes a minute to sign up and is free. You can pick which reading passage you want your child to work on as well as questions for him/her. Challenge them to use their reading strategies- they know them!Digital History
A comprehensive collection of historical data on United States history. This site has it all and includes online textbook, interactive learning modules, timelines, flash movies, virtual exhibits, etc.iCivics
This is a terrific website loaded with fun, interactive games devoted to learning about civics-related topics.Fun Brain
Helps kid practice math and reading while playing games.Into the Book
Through playing games, kids can practice reading strategies.Nat Geo for Kids
Kids learn about geography, people and culture, history, government, and more! Students can learn about South Asia, which is our next Unit! South Asia countries include; India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bhutan, and Bangladesh.