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Historical Fiction Quiz

6th Grade Library Pre~Assessment

5th Grade Genre Pre~Assessment

October Topic Exit Slip

K.A. Applegate


L. Frank Baum

Wizard of OZ Books

Dave Barry

Jan Brett

Eric Carle

Lewis Carroll

Matt Christopher

Beverly Cleary

Eoin Colfer
Artemis Fowl Series

Bruce Coville

Karen Cushman

Roald Dahl

Tomie DePaola

Tony DiTerlizzi
Spiderwick Chronicles

Lois Duncan

John Erickson
Hank the Cowdog Series

Mem Fox

Jean Craighead George
My Side of the Mountain Series

James Gurney
Dinotopia Series

S.E. Hinton
The Outsiders

Erin Hunter
Warriors Series (Cats)

Brian Jacques
Redwall Series

Jeff Kinney
Diary of a Wimpy Kid Series

Louis L'Amour

Kathryn Lasky

C.S. Lewis

George Ella Lyon
Kentucky Author

Ann Martin

A.A. Milne
Pooh Bear Series

Mary Pope Osborne
Magic Tree House Series

Barbara Parks
Junie B. Jones Series

Katherine Paterson

Gary Paulsen's

Robert Newton Peck

Dave Pilkey

Patricia Polacco

Ann Rinaldi

Historical Fiction

J.K. Rowling
Harry Potter Series

Graham Salisbury

Allen Say

Peter Sis

Lemony Snicket

Jerry Spinelli

William Steig

R.L. Stein
Goosebumps Series

Janet Stevens

Joyce Carol Thomas

J.R.R. Tolkien
Lord of the Rings Series

Chris Van Allsburg

Laura Ingalls Wilder
Little House on the Prairie Series

Henry Winkler
Hank Ziper Series

David Wisniewski

Jane Yolen

James Patterson

Learn about one of Mr. Patterson's most popular book series for middle school students.


Click here to hear James Patterson talk about his book.

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All Grades

Dance Mat Typing

Keyboarding Skills

Typing Tidepool


Big Brown Bear

4th Grade Keyboarding

Power Typing

Nimble Fingers

Learning Village
Character Profile

General Research
Library of Congress American Memory
American Memory provides free and open access through the Internet to written and spoken words, sound recordings, still and moving images, prints, maps, and sheet music that document the American experience. It is a digital record of American history and creativity. These materials, from the collections of the Library of Congress and other institutions, chronicle historical events, people, places, and ideas that continue to shape America, serving the public as a resource for education and lifelong learning.


Teacher Sites
ILP Advisor
Individual Learning Plan

Juvenile Series and Sequels
The 'Juvenile Series and Sequels' database currently contains over 26,700 books in series titles that are classified into three audiences: Young Adult [YA] – for 6th through 12th grade readers Juvenile [J] – for 2nd through 6th grade readers Juvenile Easy [JE] – for birth through 2nd grade readers

Internet Public Library

National Geographics Xpeditons
Xpeditions is home to the U.S. National Geography Standards—and to thousands of ideas, tools, and interactive adventures that bring them to life.

Discovery Education

Super Teacher Worksheets


6th Grade Career Sites
Career Exploration Guides and Resources

My First Resume

Occupational Outlook Handbook

Tour the Mayflower

Go to the Website and explore the ship to learn more about it. See the five parts of the Mayflower in word list given to you. Read the statements to fill in the blanks.

Search Engines for Students
Ask Forkid!


CyberSleuth Kids

Internet Public Library Kid's Space

Fact Monster

Fact Hound

Ask Kids

Ask Jeeves Kids

e-Learning for KIDS


Reference Resources
Illustrated Dictionary of Computer Terms

Virtual Reference Desk

Internet Public Library for KIDS

News & Current Events
ABC News Daily Headlines

Time for Kids

CNN News


New York Times Student Connection

PBS Student News Hour

A Magazine for Kids by Kids

FOX News

Book Reviews

Flamingnet Book Reviews


Guys Read

Interactive Books
Storyline online


Good Reads
Harry Potter

Lord of the Rings

Encyclopedias (000's)
Virtual Reference Desk

Library of Congress

Internet Public Library

Religion/Mythology (200's)
Myth Web

Fairy Tales (300's)
Grimm's Fairy Tales, National Geographic Style

Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales

Aesop's Fables

Social Science (300's)
FBI Kids Page

Dictionaries (400's)
Merriam Webster Dictonary

Rhyming Dictionary


Math Sites (500's)
Math is Fun

All Math

Famous Mathematicians and History of Math

Math Forum/News and Problem of the Week

Weight/Mass in Space

Baseball Math

Math Blaster -Multiplication

Gamequarium - Multiplication

Fun 4 the Brain - Multiplication

Multiplication Games

Review - Times Tables
Drill and Practice

Multiplication Madness
Drill and Practice

That Quiz


Science Sites (500's -600's)
Weather Channel Kids!



Smithsoniane for Students

National Geographic for Kids



Magic School Bus

Kids Health

Virtual Tour of the Human Body

Atlas of the Human Body

NASA Solar System Simulator

Smithsonian Institute

National Geographic for KIDS


Bugs Bio

All Science Fair Projects

Cool Science Projects

MAD Science Network


Exploring the Planets

World's Biomes (University of California Museum of Paleontology)

WorldBiomes is a site covering 5 of the major world biomes.

Major Biomes of the World

Catch the Wave

Cooking/Recipes (600's)
International Gourmet Recipes for Kids

Cooking with Kids


Cooking with KIds

Physical Education (700's)
Kids Health


Virtuaul Tour of the Body Systems

Atlas of the Human Body

Music Links ((700's)
National Music Museum
Founded in 1973 on the campus of The University of South Dakota in Vermillion, the National Music Museum (NMM) & Center for Study of the History of Musical Instruments is one of the great institutions of its kind in the world. Its renowned collections, which include more than 14,500 American, European, and non-Western instruments from virtually all cultures and historical periods, are the most inclusive anywhere

Glossary of Music Terms

History of Country Music

National Music Museum

Virtual Tour of Carnegie Hall


Sports Sites (700's)
Sports Illustrated for Kids

Baseball Hall of Fame

Baseball Almanac


Literature and Poetry (800's)
Poetry 4 Kids

Bartleby Great Books Online


Giggle Poetry

Children's Poetry Archive
Poetry doesn't just live in books - it lives in the sound of the words, the voice of the poet. When poets read aloud, they breathe life into the poems. The Poetry Archive is a place where everyone can listen to poetry.

History and Geography (900's)
Virtual Tour of the White House

Flag Trivia

War Times Journal

Culture Quest World Tour

Native Americans

U.S. Map Game

Facts About the States

Distinguished Women of the Past and Present

Life of Hitler and the Nazi Party

National Geographic Xpeditions (maps)

Lewis and Clark

America's Story

EyeWitness to History

Digital History


Biographies (920's - B)
Biography Channel

Distinguished Women of Past and Present

Bio and Pictures of Geronimo & Cochise

Bio of Sacagawea

Famous African Americans

Inventors-MIT Invention Dimension

Inventors-Great Idea Finder

Language Arts (Spelling) Links
Spell It!
Welcome to Spell It!, the Scripps National Spelling Bee study site created in cooperation with Merriam-Webster. Spell It! focuses on about 1150 words, divided into sections by language of origin.

Easy Bib


6th Grade Links
ILP Student
Individual Learning Plan Student

Sacco-Vanzetti Trial

Warren G. Harding

Calvin Coolidge

Teapot Dome Scandal


Before Watergate, There was the Teapot Dome Scandal

Henry Ford


Babe Ruth - Baseball Hall of Fame

Harlem Renaissance

19th Amendment -Women's Right to Vote

Al Capone

Scopes Trial
Jury was to decide the fate of John Scopes, a high school biology teacher charged with illegally teaching the theory of evolution.

America in the 1930's

America from the Great Depression to WW II

America-W.W. II
World War Two

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Women Come to the Front

Reflections on the Holocaust

America-September 11, 2001
September 11 Digital Archive

September 11 News
The day that changed the world.

National September 11 Memorial & Museum