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Blackline Masters
Over 60 popular blackline masters for grades K-12.

The Children's Music Network
A resource for songs about peace, justice, conflict resolution, nonviolence, antibias, fear, grief, bullying, patriotic songs, and the global family. Pre-K - 12

Communicating Mathematics Using Games
Mathematical games can foster mathematical communication. In addition, games can motivate students and engage them in thinking mathematically. One example from this site is an interactive game that can be used to learn about fractions. Pre-K - 12

A user-friendly website with links to over 100 of the top humanities sites. Includes online lesson plans which integrate EDSITEment resources to promote active learning. K - 12 K - 12

Education World-

A search engine for educational Web sites only, a resource guide for teachers. K-12

ERIC-Education Resources Information Center -
Eric has a free function for searching their database and a MyEric capability for those who wish to save searches.

Figure This -
Help families enjoy mathematics outside school through a series of fun and engaging, high-quality challenges.

Midlink Magazine -"Midlink/
The digital magazine by students, for students, ages 8-18.

Power My Learning -
Educational games, videos, and other activities for elementary, middle-school, and high school-aged students. K-12

Reading Rockets
Articles and tips to help children with reading. Pre-K - 4

Scholastic -
Lesson plans, ideas, and a Class Set-Up Tool, to virtually arrange and rearrange the layout of your classroom.Pre-K - 12

Stories for the Seasons
This site is dedicated to offering seasonal nature stories together with an extensive bibliography for any storyteller, teacher, or general reader who is seeking stories and legends about animals, plants, and the land itself.

Teachers First -
A rich collection of lessons and web resources for K - 12.

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