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FEMA for KIDS (link)

This site teaches you how to be prepared for disasters and prevent disaster damage.

FOSSWeb (link)

The official site for the inquiry based FOSS science curriculum. Support, resources and fun activities.

Create a Graph (link)

NCES is the National Center for Education Statistics. This link allows students to create a graph. (link)

Resources, games and facts about how to prevent wildfires.

The All-Star River Explorers (link)

Discover the basics of rivers and how they are formed.

The Big 6 Kids (link)

These pages lead kids through the 6 step information process. Specific sections for grades K-2, 3-6, and 7-12 are provided.

The Quality Information Checklist (link)

Information on evaluating information on web sites.


American Masters Database (link)

AMERICAN MASTERS is an ongoing series of award-winning primetime specials from PBS examining the lives, works, and creative processes of our most outstanding cultural artists.

Black Inventors A-Z (link)

Discoverers Web (link)

All kinds of information found on the web about voyages of discovery and exploration.

European Explorers: Vasco da Gama (link)

Explorers (link)

List of explorers with corresponding activities and quizes.

Enchanted Learning: Explorers (link)

Zoom Explorers

Explorers of the Millennium (link)

Searching for information about great explorers? Working on a report? This is the place to go!

Enchanted Learning: Inventors and Inventions (link)

Zoom Inventors and Inventions

Marco Polo (link)

Information about the explorer Marco Polo.

Meet Amazing Americans (link)

Discover the inventors, politicians, performers, activists and other everyday people who made this country what it is today.

SAAM: Have an art question? Find an Answer with Joan of Art. (link)

Smithsonian American Art Museum

The Mariners' Museum (link)

Age of Exploration online curriculum guides.

The Mariners' Museum: John Cabot (link)

Like Columbus and Magellan, Cabot thought there was a better route to the riches of the Orient by heading west instead of east.

The World Almanac for Kids Online (link)

Reference Material

Guinness World Records (link)

Online version of the book.

Yahoo! Kids - Homework Help (link)

A browsable, searchable directory of Internet sites for kids. Each site has been carefully checked by an experienced educator to ensure the content and links are appropriate for kids aged 7-12.


Jan Brett's Home Page (link)

Over 4,000 pages of free activities, coloring pages, and projects.

Animals Resources

Animal Planet (link)

Discovery Channel's Animal Planet website.

eNature: America's Wildlife Resource (link)

The site's core content of wildlife information about almost 6,000 individual species is the same data set used to create the printed Audubon Field Guides.

NPWRC: Birds Observed by Lewis & Clark (link)

Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center List of Birds Observed.

NPWRC: Mammals Observed by Lewis & Clark (link)

Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center List of Mammals Observed

NPWRC: Hawks, Eagles, and Falcons of North Dakota (link)

Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center Hawks, Eagles, and Falcons of North Dakota

NPWRC: Mammals of Southwestern North Dakota (link)

Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center Mammals of Southwestern North Dakota

NPWRC: Small Mammals of North Dakota (link)

Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center Small Mammals of North Dakota

NPWRC: Owls of North Dakota (link)

Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center Owls of North Dakota

Yahoo! Kids - Homework Help (link)

A browsable, searchable directory of Internet sites for kids. Each site has been carefully checked by an experienced educator to ensure the content and links are appropriate for kids aged 7-12.


Bismarck Weather Forecast and Conditions North Dakota (58504) (link)

Edheads (link)

Weather Activities - Temperature Converter - Kids Weather Activities.

FEMA for KIDS (link)

This site teaches you how to be prepared for disasters and prevent disaster damage.

FPL Energy - Wind (link)

Wind energy information.

Garrison Dam & Lake Sakakawea Homepage (link)

Garrison Project Homepage

Ready Kids, From the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (link)

Are you ready to put your planning skills to good use? Are you ready to help your family get prepared for the unexpected? Your family can use this Web site to create a plan that will help you be ready for many different kinds of unexpected situations!

Weather Wiz Kids (link)

Reading and Math Activities

AAA Math (link)

AAA Math features a variety of interactive arithmetic lessons for Kindergarten through Eighth grade level. Students can learn and review at their current level.

AAA Spell (link)

AAA Spell features a comprehensive set of interactive spelling lessons.

ABC Match (link)

Match game. (link)

This web site was developed to help students improve their math skills interactively.

Comic Creator (link)

The Comic Creator invites children and teens to compose their own comic strips. Their creations can be for fun or as part of learning activities: planning writing activities, before- and after-reading activities, and responding to books. (link)

Math, English software, games, worksheets for grades K-8.

Fun Brain: Kids Center (link)

Educational browser games for kids and adults.

Math Cats (link)

Fun math for kids.

Between the Lions: Games (link)

Between the Lions games.

PBS Kids: Sesame Street (link)

Coloring pages, letter and number of the day and games with your favorite Sesame Street character!

ReadWriteThink Student Materials: Alphabet Organizer (link)

Shape Poems (link)

A shape poem is a poes that describes an object and is written in the shape of the object.

Tumble Book Library - eBooks for eKids! (link)

Access an online audio book library collection of streaming audio books.

Word Build (link)

Online literacy game.

Agricultural Resources

A Pictorial History of Fargo, North Dakota (link)

Adopt A Wheat Field (link)

The purpose of this web page is to have fun while watching wheat grow throughout the year.

Agriculture for Kids (link)

Agriculture in the Classroom (link)

Agriculture in the Classroom is a grassroots program coordinated by the United States Department of Agriculture. Its goal is to help students gain a greater awareness of the role of agriculture in the economy and society, so that they may become citizens who support wise agricultural policies.

AITC Kid's Zone (link)

Agriculture in the Classroom Kid's Zone for grades K-6.

All About Farm Animals (link)

Animals: Farm Animals (link)

Learn about different animals that live on farms, including cows, horses, dogs, cats, and more. Includes many photos, plus audio files of the animal sounds. There are activities, games, and online stories relating to farm life. Includes links to eThemes Resources on dairy farms, chickens, and Missouri animals.

Beef Everywhere, Everyday! (link)

Understanding the Role of Beef in Our Food System.

British Farming (link)

Find out about farm animals, listen to a song and learn the noises farm animals make, and read a story about a farmer's lucky seed.

Calvert County Agriculture - For Kids (link)

Activities for kids to print out and complete.

Cattle — The World Almanac for Kids (link)

Enchanted Learning: Farm Animal Coloring pages (link)

Farm Animals Around the World!

Farm Safety 4 Just Kids (link)

FSA Kids (link)

Farm Service Agency works in partnership with State Departments of Agriculture and Farm Bureaus across the country promoting school-based programs that help students in grades K-12 acquire broader knowledge about agriculture and how it affects their world.

Kids Farm (link)

A safe educational activity for young children to learn about environments on a farm that they might otherwise not be able to experience.

Kid's Korner - FCPS Literary Book Club (link)

This site is similar to MadLibs® games. You click on the story title and come up with the words. The site then puts the words into your story. You can play with these stories over and over again!

National Agricultural Library Kids' Science Page (link)

NCDA&CS Kids World (link)

The North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services' Kids World Web Page offers many games, quizzes and informational worlds for exploration.

ND Ag Links (link)

North Dakota Wheat Commission (link)

The Story of Milk (link)

From the Cow on the Farm to You, Moo.

USDA for Kids - Youth Resources (link)

Internet Safety (link)

NetSmartz411 is parents' and guardians' premier, online resource for answering questions about Internet safety, computers, and the Web. (link)

"Cyberbullying involves the use of information and communication technologies to support deliberate, repeated, and hostile behaviour by an individual or group, that is intended to harm others." -Bill Belsey


City of Bismarck (link)

The official web site for Bismarck North Dakota.

Acrostic Poems (link)

Write and acrostic poem.

Ben's Guide (K-2): Your Neighborhood (link)

Learn about different types of buildings in a community.

Build a Neighborhood (link)

A neighborhood is a place where people live, work, play and pretend. What kind of neighborhood picture do you want to make? A house, a farm, a construction site or our Neighborhood of Make-Believe?

Community Club (link)

Early readers learn about neighborhood workers.

Fire WebQuest (link)

A Web Quest about Firemen and Fire Safety.

North Dakota Former Governors' Mansion - North Dakota State Historic Site (link)

What's My Job? (link)

Match pictures of people in the community with the jobs they do.

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