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First in Math offers comprehensive content - ranging from single-step addition to complex algebra - in an engaging format. Students progress at their own pace to master basic and advanced maths skills.

Copyright Free Images

High Resolution stock photos for your illustration, comp or design needs.

A site where creative people can exchange their photos for inspiration or work. There are over 400,000 photos.

Royalty-free images by Getty Images - the web's original source for royalty-free stock images, media and design elements.

Stockfreeimages is powered and owned by, a distinguished leader in stock photography worldwide and a major stock image supplier.

Photogrammar is a web-based platform for organizing, searching, and visualizing the 170,000 photographs from 1935 to 1945 created by the United State’s Farm Security Administration and Office of War Information.

Authors and Books

Common Sense Media

Unbiased review source rates books based on a variety of criteria parents and students may be mindful of.

For Arthur fans everywhere! This site is maintained by PBS and features games and children’s art. A very popular site for younger children who love the character created by Marc Brown.

Avi, author of such stories as The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle, Nothing But the Truth, and The Fighting Ground, answers questions and talks about his books.

Learn all about this author and the many characters from her books. Then take a quiz to see how well you know them!

There are sculptures of Henry Huggins, Ramona Quimby, and Ribsy in a park only a few blocks from the real Klickitat Street!

Award winning author and illustrator Charles R. Smith, Jr features his books that combine photography and sports. Books on other subjects are featured, too. Activities for using his books are available for downloading.

Information about children’s authors and illustrators, and their books.

Join Fritz the little white dog to find out more about the award-winning author of Jumanji and The Polar Express. An amazing interactive site with many book-related activities, games, video clips, and a scavenger hunt!

This site allows you to listen to African American authors and illustrators talk about their award winning books.

The wonderful illustrations Caldecott Medalist David Wiesner, author of The Three Pigs, Tuesday and The Night of the Gargoyles among others, come alive in this wonderful site.

Explore the wacky and inventive poetry of Jack Prelutsky, the first Children's Poet Laureate by the Poetry Foundation.

You’ll find everything from trolls to armadillos on this author/illustrator’s page. She has created The Mitten, The Hat, Armadillo Rodeo, The Trouble with Trolls, and Berlioz the Bear.

Jon Scieszka, The National Ambassador of Young People’s Literature, has a website that is full of fun and chuckles. Serious tidbits include “talents you need to be a writer” and summaries of upcoming projects. Direct link to Scieszka’s GuysRead website, with helpful tips for parents and teachers.

This site offers information about the books and life of author, Judy Blume.

Award-winning author Kevin Henkes provides a complete listing of his picture books, mouse books and novels. The go-to bar will take you to individual titles, where you can get additional information about the book and characters. Fun and games are included for some books.

Visit Laura Numeroff's Web site to find out about her life, pets, and books. You can also find fun games and activities relating to her books.

This award-winning Australian author’s link has stories about

her books, plus information and resources for parents and teachers. Information on writing tips are included.

For fans of the famous author/illustrator and his books such as The Very Hungry Caterpillar, Do You Want To Be My Friend, and Papa, Please Get the Moon for Me.

Learn more about author Pat Mora, her books, and ways to celebrate El día de los niños/El día de los libros (Children's Day/Book Day). Resources for teachers and librarians are included.

"Don't let the pigeon drive the bus!" Play games, print coloring pages, learn more about pigeon's pals, and find more books by author Mo Willems.

An authoritative resource for finding the best, current literature for children of all ages. It includes summaries, read-alikes, reviews, and links to related activities.

Newbery Award winning author Sharon Creech presents information about herself including photos, details about her books and their creation, and teacher resources.

Listen to the author read his hilarious poems aloud accompanied by animated cartoons, make a bookmark, and download puzzles and more fun in a classroom poetry kit.

Author website for Don and Audrey Wood. Includes biographical information, fun photos and fun secret information.

This site offers all of the latest news, stories, and views about children’s author Roald Dahl.

Everything you need to know about the children’s author, Robert Munsch, from past class visits to unpublished works, you can find it all here.

Find out about award-winning children's author and illustrator Tomie DePaola and the many books he has written and illustrated including "Bill and Pete" and "Strega Nona" on his official Web site.

Hobbs, author of outdoor adventure stories, includes biographical information, a list of books, questions and answers, an online quiz and teaching suggestions for some of his books

As Lemony Snicket says, this site is filled with "dreadful images," "wretched information," and "unnerving games."

Scholastic's site for fans of Captain Underpants is not to be missed. Of course, there is a load of "fun stuff" - Click-o-Rama, Professor Poopypants' Name Change-o-Chart 2000, and Make your own Comic.

The most complete and amazing reference to the wonderful world of Harry Potter. Including magical spells, potions, maps, lists of wizards and all manner of magical items and devices.

Read The 39 Clues books to follow Amy Cahill and her brother Dan as they travel the world to hunt for Clues.

The world's first official Harry Potter website.


Really good art site from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Tons and tons of sites on art history…must see to appreciate


A great collection of classical music...Enjoy!

Learn how to read music and much more…Excellent!

A very nice cool site…try it.

Educational Games

One of the most popular educational gaming sites around. Not only does this site cover a variety of subjects, it also caters to K-8th graders, and has nice teacher resources as well.

Excellent, safe, teacher-approved, state-standard-aligned games for grades K-6. Also, lots of teacher resources, including videos, lesson plans, worksheets, and more.

Great site for games for kids K-6 in all types of subjects. Videos, eBooks, and teacher resources can be found here as well.

Nice site where games are based on flash cards. A registered user can include their own study lists and flash cards in the games.

Wonderful site for skill building games for younger kids where parents can track their progress.

Cool site for math and spelling games where kids can compete with other kids online. Best of all, this site is COPPA compliant.

Innovative site that allows kids to play educational games for math and English in safe virtual worlds where they interact and compete with other kids. Teachers can sign up their classes via the teacher portal.

Offers fun educational games for kids 3-8 in a variety of subjects such as math, reading, spelling and more.

Great site for elementary students that covers a wide variety of subjects. Also have educational apps for mobile devices.