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is an ad-supported, free-to-play website, that allows players to donate rice to families in need by playing a multiple-choice quiz game. For every question the user answers correctly, 5 grains of rice are donated via the United Nation's World Food program.

BeanBeanBean works like Free Rice where you answer questions and each one that is correctly answered earns you virtual beans that are converted to money that is donated to charity. Quiz topics include times tables, ASL alphabet, world capitals, the periodic table and more

is where students can play animal games, solve animal puzzles, take a guided tour and join a zoo quest while you make new animals at the virtual zoo.

makes it fun to explore your world with weird, wild, and wacky videos! Videos featuring awesome animals, cool science, funny pets, and more.

is a reading comprehension resource for elementary students and teachers. It focuses on eight research-based strategies; Using Prior Knowledge, Making Connections, Questioning, Visualizing, Inferring, Summarizing, Evaluating, and Synthesizing.

is a website that provides educational games and activities for school-aged children. The games on the website are organized into grade levels from pre-kindergarten to Sixth grade, as well as into subject categories such as letters, numbers and holidays.

is for kids in grades PreK through 8th, and offers hundreds of free interactive games, books, videos, and printables that help kids develop skills in math, reading, problem-solving, and literacy.

is a website that provides educational games and videos from Curious George, Wild Kratts, and other PBS Kids Shows.

is a children's website that teaches basic English reading and writing skills. The main demographic is preschoolers, and kindergarteners. It teaches children ow to read by using games and phonics.

is a children's literacy website created by the SAG-AFTRA Foundation, which provides free storytelling videos and resources for parents and teachers to foster a love of reading in children.

is a website for children of all ages to play games and discover new jokes, surveys, answers to science questions, and fun crafts and recipes from Highlights.

has 750+ free games and puzzles that can be used for education. Kids can practice many K-12 subjects like math, english, science, and geography.

is a website that explores the fact-checked online encyclopedia from Encyclopedia Britannica with hundreds of thousands of objective articles, biographies, videos, and images.

is a website, share the latest geology and environment news, Minerals gallery, dinosaurs, minerals, fossils, stratigraphy, and volcanoes.

is a website with fun and free educational games for kids in K-8. Featuring multiplayer learning games, math games, language arts games, and much more.

is the website for the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden. Home of the world famous hippo Fiona. Family friendly Zoo committed to inspiring visitors with wildlife and saving species.

​is a brain-training site, for everyone, where logic & thinking & math meets fun & games.

​is website for kids about books, reading, authors, games & more. Kids connect to books through online friends in their community profiles.

​is an educational site covering subjects such as history, science, geography, math and biographies. Pages are written to be easy to read and understand.

​is a website where you can create stories and maps. With creation tools, you can draw on the map, add your photos and videos, customize your view, and share and collaborate with others.

​is a website that brings news and current events to young people and provides teachers with valuable resources for the classroom.

​is a website dedicated to children. You'll find here various activities for kids such as coloring pages, craft activities, video games among others.

uses Google Maps Street View to place you on the ground somewhere in the world. You must use context clues to guess your location and pin it on a map.

is a global guessing game where students watch videos, collect clues, and then try to guess on a map where they are. The closer they get the better they do!

is a global guessing game where students watch videos, collect clues, and then try to guess on a map where they are. The closer they get the better they do!

This site puts a flashy twist on civics-related topics, puts a ton of resources in teachers’ hands and lets students play REALLY fun games.

This site puts a flashy twist on civics-related topics, puts a ton of resources in teachers’ hands and lets students play REALLY fun games.

This site puts a flashy twist on civics-related topics, puts a ton of resources in teachers’ hands and lets students play REALLY fun games.

If coloring sheets are part of your life — with your students or with your own children or grandchildren — you MUST know about Quiver. Print coloring sheets from the Quiver website and color them. The Quiver app (iTunes) (Andriod) uses your camera to scan the coloring sheet and bring its characters to vivid, 3D life!

Kids are curious. Wonderopolis is a site that asks and answers interesting questions about almost anything.

Most of us search the internet daily, if not multiple times per day. But effectively searching for something is a skill. A Google a Day challenges users to put their searching skills to the test by asking them to answer a question using Google search. With Google’s search education lesson plans you can take this game even further and begin teaching search literacy in your classroom.

With, students can find self-guided coding activities and tutorials. They’re leveled for all ages, from elementary school up.

Street View Treks gives a first-person view to some of the most spectacular locations in the world, from Mount Fuji to the Grand Canyon to the Taj Mahal in India.

Duolingo works a lot like Rosetta Stone, guiding students methodically through language lessons. But it’s free!

Students watch these short videos. They get 5 clues to guess the animal, location or person.

TED-Ed is filled with tons of short video lessons on a variety of topics. Students can watch anything from “How Thor got his hammer” to “Can you solve the vampire hunter riddle?”. The goal of these videos is to spark the curiosity of learners. Each video offers students the opportunity to watch, think, dig deeper, and discuss.

From balancing chemical reactions to analyzing famous literature, never before has one collection offered such an awe-inspiring range of content. Since 2011, brothers John and Hank Green have pioneered digital education with their series Crash Course on PBS.

Pixar has partnered up with Khan Academy to bring your students Pixar in a Box. With video tutorials and interactive lessons, this course gives us a window into the jobs of Pixar animators. Topics include the art of storytelling, animation, rigging, color science and more. This course shows students that the subjects they learn in school — math, science, computer science, and humanities — are used every day to create the movies we love from Pixar.

Khan Academy has also teamed up with Disney to create Imagineering in a Box which allows you to explore different aspects of theme park design, from characters to ride development, as you design a theme park of your very own.

Discover exhibits and collections from museums and archives all around the world. Explore cultural treasures in extraordinary detail, from hidden gems to masterpieces. See super high-resolution images of some of the best works of art in the world. Walk world-famous museums. Examine historical happenings in detail.

Google Expeditions are not gone. They just now live in Google Arts and Culture. Take a virtual field trip to hundreds of places around the world and beyond. Search by subject, topic, location and more.

Homes are sorted on Dollar Street by monthly income one end showing the poorest, the other the richest and everything in between. Click on any picture to view images and learn more about families around the world.

Digital escape rooms are fun and give students the opportunity to practice productive struggle as they work through the puzzles and solve the clues.