Links for Classrooms & Caregivers
The Internet has vast stores of information, but there can be risks that you and your child should avoid. Please ensure you talk with your children and share basic guidelines about staying safe online or visit NetSmartz for helpful tips.
Find books for projects that fit your child's Grade Level Equivalent, Accelerated Reader, DRA, Guided Reading, or Lexile level. Please remember, levels are “a teacher’s tool, not a child’s label.” Kids read best when they love the text!
No matter your age or level, there are many coding courses available online with Code.org where students can learn coding with the help of online instructions and games. You can begin anytime by visiting Code Studio or Hour of Code.
Common Sense Media
Read independent reviews, age ratings, and other information about all types of media including movies and TV, games, apps, books, and websites.
GoNoodle Brain Breaks
Get the wiggles out in your class (or at home) in an interaction and fun way!
Internet Safety for K-12, parents, and educators.
Educational Games for Pre-K
Digital Literacy is a cornerstone in the 21st century! Help your little learner (ages 2-5) develop skills with free, educational games. Please be advised that only one hour screen time is recommended for preschoolers per day. Find games for older kids with "Study Breaks."
ABCya features fun, educational games for Pre-K to grade 5 in a variety of topics and categories including math, letters, geography, strategy, and more!
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood encourages children to explore and express their emotions and includes videos and activities to familiarize kids with childhood development experiences like learning to deal with emotions.
In the Play and Learn Science app, children explore scientific concepts while developing problem-solving skills. Experiment with water, weather, physics, and light in a digital environment.
Sesame Street has a ton of great free preschool games that feature favorite characters. You'll find games here that teach children shapes, numbers, letters, feelings, music, science, disabilities, self-confidence and much, much more!
Starfall games are designed to help teach your child to read along with some basic math games and fun sing-along games.