Have you ever felt helpless trying to work with your son or daughter on their homework? In the world of education, things are moving at such an incredible rate, and they aren't slowing down! I always want to make sure that my children have every opportunity possible to learn in as many different ways as possible. I thought this would be a good place to talk abut and use different websites that you may have found useful for your own child. It seems like there are a great deal of educators on this site, so why not pool our resources. Listed below are only a fraction of websites that I have found useful for either my own children, when I was teaching, or when I was instructing teachers at in-service. Please let me know what else you have found useful, and I can add it to the list. This will obviously be a work in progress, and I have many more sites to come.
Pete's Powerpoints--Different Categories, Different Levels http://www.pppst.com/
Good site for younger children--http://kinderwebgames.com/
Social Studies/Social Science