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Here are some great resources to help your child.

A Kid's Corner on the Web   This site contains direct links to many interesting subjects of children, such as pets, spacecraft, and sports.

A Toolkit with a Brain   Curious students can find out about any famous saying by entering in the "Quotations" field of this all in one search engine. Other tools perfect for intermediate students include a dictionary, a biography search, and a text translator.

Education Place   Pre-K - 8 resources for teachers, students, and parents. Includes Reading/Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Intervention, Professional Development, activities, games, and textbook support.

English Powerpoints   This site presents powerpoint lessons on English/Language Art skills.

Experts at the Ready   Students will find links, organized by school subject, to a huge variety of experts ready to answer student questions.

Fun Brain   This site has many activities in all subject areas.

Game Aquarium   A variety of wonderful resources for teachers, parents, and students pk - 6. Enjoy!

Google Earth   Look through a satelites eyes of the world.

How Does it Work?   Whether your topic is flamethrowers or fax machines, find the answers to the question many kinesthetic learners ask first: How does it work?

I Know That   This site allows students to explore and practice their skills in all subject areas.

Indiana Department of Education   Here you will find out school data and Indiana Academic standards.

Jeeves At Your Service   Ask Jeeves for Kids, lets kids ask questions in their own language and returns only editor-chosen, kid-appropriate content.

Lil' Fingers Storybooks   Lil' Fingers is a storybook site for toddler age children with games, storybooks and coloring pages. Our FREE toddler stories, activities and holiday sections are designed with bright colors and big buttons for little fingers to click on.

Linton-Stockton Elementary Accelerated Reading List   Here is a list of all the AR books we have test for. The more you read the smarter you get. So keep READING!

Margaret Cooper Library   Here is direct link to the Margaret Cooper Libary here in Linton. Keep Reading!

Math Brain   This is a fun site that has many games you can play to practice your math.

Math Drill   Here is the perfect site for teachers and parents looking for math practice for their students at all levels. Currently there are problems online for 86 different math skill areas, including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, rounding, time, decimals, area, perimeter, word problems, and more. There are step-by-step answers for problems.

NASA Explorer Schools   NASA Through the NASA Explorer Schools program, educators and students join NASA's mission of discovery through educational activities and special learning opportunities tailored to promote science, mathematics, and technology applications and career explorations.

Picture Perfect Vocabulary   Primary students can use this interactive dictionary to learn more about a topic in detail.

Professor Garfield   Join Professor Garfield in all kinds of educational activities.

Reading Rocks!   Reading Rocks links students to their favorite series, authors' bios, and more. Children will be reminded of the wide world of books every time.

Smithsonian Institute   Here you will find great information on art and history around the world.

Starfall   This is a site for Kindergarten and First graders. The site is designed to aid in the reading process.

Storyline Online   The Screen Actors Guild Foundation is proud to bring you Storyline Online, an on-line streaming video program featuring SAG members reading childrens books aloud.

The Natural Wonders of the World   Natural Wonders of the Wolrd Virtual Tour takes you to sixteen natural wonders all around the world.

The Writing Site   This site from the Indiana Department of Education allows you to look at writing prompt examples from ISTEP+ exam. It is also a great resource for parents and teachers to help your child/student in writing.

Time for Kids the online version of Time for Kids magazine, is the news, information and exploration destination for kids on the Internet. That means you! The site lets you create, learn, get involved, explore, play, guess right, guess wrong, exercise your clicking finger, and generally become a news know-it-all!

Web Project How-Tos   Students can learn how to make their own slide shows, online reports, and more.