Web Links


  • Academic Earth
    Online courses from the world's top scholars.
  • BibMe
    Automatic bibliography maker.
  • Cells Alive!
    CELLS alive! represents 30 years of capturing film and computer-enhanced images of living cells and organisms for education and medical research. Check out the live Cell Cam and "watch" bacteria or cancer grow! 
  • definr - Incredibly Fast Dictionary
    Use this site to look up words FAST! The word prediction feature makes it even more accessible to all types of learners.
  • Discovery Schools: Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators
    Image & audio editing, test-making link, web-based tools, student resources, etc.
  • dysTalk - Exploring Learning Difficulties Openly
    A community for parents to explore learning difficulties openly. Looking for information and advice on learning difficulties? You can watch latest dysTalks from professionals,interact with parents, and share your experiences at the dysForum.
  • Earthquakes for Kids - USGS
    Links on this site take you to information on the latest earthquakes from anywhere in the world, activities, puzzles, games, history and pictures.
  • EasyBib: Free Bibliography
    Free automatic bibliography and citation maker.
  • edHelper - Math, Reading Comprehension, Themes, Lesson Plans
    edHelper.com is dedicated to providing teachers a single shop for educational resources. edHelper was created by a team of teachers who have edhelped (!) in its development.
  • Edutopia: What Works in Public Education
    Edutopia.org is the brainchild of the George Lucas Educational Foundation and contains a deep archive of continually updated best practices, from classroom tips to recommendations for districtwide change. Allied with a dedicated audience that actively contributes success stories from the field, the mission relies on input and participation from schools and communities. The diverse and innovative media resources available from The George Lucas Educational Foundation are designed to connect and inspire positive change in all areas of education.
  • Exploratorium: the museum of science, art and human perception
    What makes the Exploratorium's site unique is its approach to developing content. The focus is on investigating the science behind the ordinary subjects and experiences of people's lives. The topics themselves provide "hooks" that get people excited about science. Then, when we investigate these topics, we can also look at the historical and social issues surrounding them, thus providing a context for scientific exploration. The Exploratorium is a museum of science, art, and human perception located in San Francisco, California. Online since 1993, the Exploratorium was one of the first science museums to build a site on the World Wide Web. Included in the site are more than 18 thousand Web pages and many sound and video files, exploring hundreds of different topics. NOTE: Please remember to preview all online content before allowing children open access.
  • Gliffy
    Build flowcharts and diagrams.
  • Indian Education for All Lesson Plans
    Cross-curricular & across all grade levels Indian Ed. for all
  • K-12 Keyboarding
    This site is maintained by the Utah State Office of Education and is a valuable resource for keyboarding curriculum. Be sure to check out the Assessment, Resources, Software and Tips tabs. Valuable information for anyone teaching keyboarding to 3rd-12th grades.
  • Khan Academy
    With a library of over 2,600 videos covering everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history and 268 practice exercises, we're on a mission to help you learn what you want, when you want, at your own pace.
  • Kids.gov is the official kids' portal for the U.S. government. It links to over 1,200 web pages from government agencies, schools, and educational organizations, all geared to the learning level and interest of kids. Kids.gov is organized into three audiences: Grades K-5, Grades 6-8, and Educators. Each audience tab is divided into educational subjects like Arts, Math, and History. The sites listed under the other resources category are maintained by other public and private organizations. When users click on these links, they are leaving Kids.gov and are subject to the privacy and security policies of the owners/sponsors of the outside websites.
  • KidWings - Learn about Birds
  • This site was designed to teach young and old about the wonders of birds. The most exciting part of the site is the Virtual Owl Pellet Dissection. Many interactive activities await you.
  • The math standards include both content standards and mathematical practices (process standards) outlining what each student should know and be able to do at the end of each grade. The standards collectively define the skills and knowledge all students need to succeed in college, career, and life, regardless of where they live.​
  • Math - NCTM Standards E-Examples
    Numerous electronic activities organized for Pre-K through 12 grades and categorized according to NCTM standards. Create, describe and analyze patterns, move the ladybugs through the maze to learn/reinforce geometry skills, or understand the rationale behind them.
  • Math - NTCM Student Explorations
    Grades 5-10 math activities for students with instructional supports for teachers.
  • MIT Open Course
    Free lecture notes, exams, and videos from MIT. No registration required.
  • Montana Indian Education
    Indian Education for All
  • Montana Indian Tribes and Languages
  • Information on indigenous people in different Unites States
  • Montana Memory Project
    The Montana Memory Project provides access to digital collections and items relating to Montana's cultural heritage and government. In part, these collections and items document the Montana experience. Access is free and open through the Internet. Many of these items are digitized copies of historic material, some items are contemporary. All serve as a resource for education, business, pleasure and lifelong learning.
  • Montana OPI Website
  • Montana Office of Public Instruction/curriculum and assessment or resources
  • Mr. Picassohead - an electronic spin on Mr. Potato Head
    Click and drag face parts to create your own Picassohead.
  • National Archives Experience
    The National Archieves Museum depicts our astounding national mosaic and tells the stories of the American journey to young and old, scholars and students, cynics and dreamers.
  • National Geographic - Kids
    Packed with kids' games, animals, photos, videos, stories and more.
  • NaturalReader - Hear text on read out loud
    NaturalReader is a Text to Speech software with natural sounding voices. This easy to use software can convert any written text such as MS Word, Webpage, PDF files, and Emails into spoken words. NaturalReader can also convert any written text into audio files such as MP3 or WAV for your CD player or iPod. This is especially helpful for students who struggle reading printed text or those who fatigue easily reading from the computer. A free version is available for download.
  • PBS Kids
    Games, videos, music, coloring and other activities supporting all children's PBS shows.
  • Priory Woods School - Cause & Effect Videos
    Switch videos are animations or slideshows set to music, which can be controlled by a range of common assistive access devices or the click of a mouse. They are designed to help children understand and generalise cause and effect (the action / reaction).
  • Safe Kids
    This website provides ideas and activities regarding internet use and safety.
  • SchoolTube
    SchoolTube provides students and educators a safe, world class, and FREE media sharing website that is nationally endorsed by premier education associations. SchoolTube is the recognized leader for moderated, internet media sharing for teachers and students. All student created materials on SchoolTube must be approved by registered teachers, follow local school guidelines, and adhere to our high standards.
  • Science News for Kids
    Science News for Kids is a web site devoted to science news for children of ages 9 to 14. The goal is to offer timely items of interest to kids, accompanied by suggestions for hands-on activities, books, articles, Web resources, and other useful materials. The site offers kids opportunities to comment on and grade the subject matter, get ideas for science projects, and try out mathematical puzzles. At the same time, they offer teachers creative ways of using science news in their classrooms.
  • Son of Citation Machine
    An easy source for students to use to cite their information.
  • Spelling City - Online Spelling Program
    Teachers can set up online spelling lists for students to practice spelling online at home. Find a wealth of online spelling related resources for parents, teachers and students.
  • Starfall - Reading and Writing Activities
    Teachers around the world use Starfall.com and Starfall high-quality educational products as an inexpensive way to make the classroom more fun and inspire a love of reading and writing. Parents use Starfall to prepare their children for school.
  • StoryCorps - Oral History Project
    The mission of StoryCorps is to honor and celebrate one another’s lives through listening. StoryCorps is one of the largest oral history projects of its kind. Since 2003, over 35,000 everyday people have shared life stories with family and friends. Listen online. Each conversation is recorded on a free CD to share, and is preserved at the Library of Congress. Broadcasts on public radio and the web.
  • Storyline Online
    Children's books read online by members of the Screen Actor's Guild (famous actors). This site is sponsored by the Screen Actor's Guild Foundation. Books such as Polar Express, Stellaluna are among the offerings. Downloadable activity guides are available for each book.
  • Tar Heel Reader - Books for Beginning Readers of all Ages
    Tar Heel Reader is a collection of free, easy-to-read, and accessible books on a wide range of topics. Each book can be speech enabled and accessed using multiple interfaces (i.e. switches, alternative keyboards, touch screens, and dedicated AAC devices). The books may be downloaded as slide shows in PowerPoint, Impress, or Flash format. Warning: There are books that are intended for teenagers who are just learning to read. You may find some books that are inappropriate for your students; don’t use those. We recommend you learn about the Favorites page as a way to present your students with reading choices that you approve
  • Technology Tutorials at Internet 4 Classrooms
    tutorials on programs, operating systems, and more.
  • 77 Web Links for Teachers
    This is a resource from Free Technology for Teachers listing 77 web links for teachers on various subjects. Each listing has an explanation.
  • Welcome to the White House
    Visit the White House blog, learn about the Agenda and Administration. Find historical information on the White House and the US Government. Enter the Briefing Room to view slideshows, see Press Releases and much more up to date White House news.
  • You can be Jackson Pollock!
    Click the mouse upon entering the site and create away! Click again to change colors, Choose "refresh" under the View menu to obtain a new "canvas" Enjoy!
  • ZooMontana Kids
    A variety of Zoo related activities and links to other zoos as well as information about offerings at Zoo Montana in Billings, MT.