Earthquakes for Kids

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USGS
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1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Elementary, Middle school

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Earth Science, Natural Sciences

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Earthquakes for Kids is a website from the USGS (U.S. Geological Survey) that offers lots of earthquake-related information, links, and activities. The home page features 16 different clickable icons, including Latest Quakes, Puzzles, Games, Become an Earthquake Scientist, and more.

ThatQuiz

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ThatQuiz
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Elementary, High School, Middle school

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Algebra, Arithmetic, Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, ELA, French, Geography, Geometry, German, Languages, Literacy, Mathematics, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Science, Social Sciences, Spanish, Statistics, Trigonometry, World Languages

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A free service for teachers who want to replace paper tests with online testing. An online grade book providing fast analysis of class and individual student progress. The resource, ThatQuiz is an exchange for teachers to share the resources they create. Also, it is a place where students can practice their skills; it is beneficial for math practice and testing.

DOGO News

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DOGO Media, Inc.
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Elementary, High School, Middle school

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ELA, ENL, Health, Humanities, Languages, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Technology

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DOGO News is a news website for kids that is available in English and Spanish. The website is suitable for ESL learners. Content ranges from serious to silly and is broken out into current events, science, social studies, world, environment, sports, video, and fun. News can be sorted by category and word count, read in simplified format, for different grades, or listened to as audio. Some articles have vocabulary games included. Its goal is to empower youth literacy, reading fluency, and global awareness through current events, books, and movies.

International Children’s Digital Library

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International Children’s Digital Library
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Elementary, Middle school

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Humanities, Languages, Literacy, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Technology, Vocational Studies, World Languages

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The mission of the International Children’s Digital Library Foundation (ICDL Foundation) is to support the world’s children in becoming effective members of the global community – who exhibit tolerance and respect for diverse cultures, languages, and ideas — by making the best in children’s literature available online free of charge. The Foundation pursues its vision by building a digital library of outstanding children’s books worldwide and supporting communities of children and adults in exploring and using this literature through innovative technology designed in close partnership with children for children. You have the option to register, but you do not have to; both options are free. If you register, there is a child and adult version to register available, which is awesome! Registration includes options to select the language they prefer to use, return to the last page they were reading, save their favorite books on a personal bookshelf, access these features from any computer, and help improve the ICDL by telling us a bit about themselves.

Tar Heel Reader

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Tar Heel Reader
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10, 11, 12, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, High School, Middle school

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Art, ELA, Geography, Health, Health Education, Humanities, Languages, Literacy, Mathematics, Mathematics, Music, Natural Sciences, Science, Social Sciences, Social Studies, Sports

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Tar Heel Reader has a collection of easy-to-read, and accessible books on a wide range of topics. The books can be accessed through a mouse, touch screen, alternative pointing devices, AAC devices with serial output, the IntelliKeys or with switches. Books can be favorited and searched from pre-made and custom collections. With a login, books can be created and shared publicly using images from Flickr.