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dictionaries, almanacs and encyclopediasMerriam-Webster Word Central Dictionary
Word Central is the place on the Web where kids can learn how much fun words can be!

Encyclopedia.com, the Internet’s premiere free encyclopedia, provides users with more than 57,000 frequently updated articles from the Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. Each article is enhanced with links to newspaper and magazine articles as well as pictures and maps – all provided by HighBeam Research.

World Almanac for Kids Online – Michigan
This link is an excellent resource for kids needing to find information about Michigan.  You’ll find information about land and resources, population, government & politics, economy and more.

World Almanac for Kids Online
This kid’s page has a ton of stuff that is sure to help you in school.  Click on the explore section and you’ll find information about presidents, inventions, space, sports, religion, states and more.  Looking for information on Alexander Graham Bell?  Click on inventions and you’ll see a list of famous inventors that you can click on to learn about them.

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The LiteracyCenter.Net serves as many as 1.7 million free literacy lessons a day to children in more than a 160 countries. We provide safe learning activities for parents and teachers to share with young children. All online lessons are free of advertising and free of charge.

Starfall is a great site for learning to read.  It uses online, interactive books that you advance with your mouse.  By clicking on each word in the story, the reader learns words and their pronunciations.  This site is especially fun for pre-school through kindergarten kids. 

Ask.com (formally Ask Jeeves)
Ask for Kids (formerly known as Ask Jeeves for Kids) is a fast, easy and kid-friendly way for kids to search online. Designed to be a fun destination site focused on learning and “edu-tainment,” Ask for Kids uses natural-language technology that allows kids to ask questions and perform web searches, such as “When did Hawaii become a state?” or “What’s it like to live in space?”or even “Convert 122 inches into feet” in the same way they would ask a parent, friend or teacher.

SVSU’s Regional Math and Science Center Resources
Looking for math or science resources? This site is a collaboration of teachers who attended the Generation II: MASER project. They have developed a set of Internet learning activities for teachers and students that correlate with the State of Michigan Mathematics Standards and Benchmarks.

Fact monster Math
This Fact Monster Math link contains a Math Flashcards section that is an excellent way to improve your addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and more.  There are 7 levels so you can start with easy problems and then work your way up.  Fact Monster also has science, people, U.S., World and News, and other helpful sections.  You are sure to find homework help here on this site.

Scholastic Kids – Homework Hub
Need to study for a spellling test? This site has a spelling wizard that makes studying fun! Type in your spelling words and then make a word search or spellling scramble with a click on the mouse. The pick-a-word and pick-a-word II quizzes are also fun spelling motivators. The practice section contains funs games to help you with your math.

Discovery Education.com

Ben’s Guide to the U.S. Government for Kids
Need to memorize the states and their capitals? The Place the State game on this site will let you have fun while learning. This site is categorized by age groups which makes it fun for all.

FirstGov for Kids Homework Help

The Library of Congress Present – America’s Story from America’s Library

michigan historyMI Kids by Michigan.gov

kids – generalEducation Place – Wacky Web Tales (fun fill in the blank stories to read)

AOL at School Junior

Math Magician Games

Chateau Meddybemps Fun & Games – Fun with Letters

Word Build & Bank

National Geographic for Kids

FunBrain.com Curriculum Guide

KidSpace@The Internet Public Library

Washington State University – Ask Dr. Universe