School Age Resources
Students in grades 3-8 can experience the business world by creating their own company. Offers teachers lesson plans and resources to complete the project.
Teaching children about business at a young age is important for the future of business as a whole. When kids are taught the specific lessons of money management and organizational skills, they can not only apply their skills towards building a business for themselves, but they can also apply the skills they have learned to their personal lives.
Education.com provides parents of school-aged children with free access to information and resources to give them the answers they need — plus activities and articles that make learning together more fun for everyone.
A web site guide to the solar system. This site features an Astronomy dictionary, and free online games.
Homework and research assistance that is uniquely different because it is organized by curriculum levels: elementary, middle, and secondary schools.
Free virtual library resource center for educators and students, librarians, library patrons—anyone exploring the Web for research information.
Curriculum guides, lesson plans and other resources for the Texas Senate. Also available in Spanish.
Ideas for crafts, parties, and activities for kids.
American Library Association’s list of recommended web sites for children sorted by topic.
NCFL offers parents free publications on family literacy tips, tools and strategies that can be use at home.
A free public service to motivate children to read with phonics.