Sharpen up your skills, do some research for a project, or learn something brand new in a fun way at these subject-specific websites
The Best Children’s Books: Find a quality children’s book to help you in any subject, on any topic. This website was created by teachers and includes many booklists, complete with the book’s cover, summary, and interest and difficulty level.
Interactive math exercises sorted by grade level.
Cool Math 4 Kids
Learn math skills such as fractions and geometry by playing fun games.
Practice addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
Climate Change Kids
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency web site with great facts about climate and weather for kids.
Kid-friendly games and activities to learn about energy, created by U.S. Energy Information Administration.
How Products are Made
Discover how things are made with extensive background and interesting drawings
NASA Space Place
Earth, space, and technology information via games and animations.
National Geographic for Kids
Animals, people, and places are taught through games, activities, and photos.
Science News for Kids
Variety of scientific topics with articles, programs, and games, including a Science Fair Zone.
Create 3D digital designs
Microsoft MakeCode brings computer science to life for all students with fun projects, immediate results, and both block and text editors for learners at different levels.
Sandbox tool to learn coding
Arts and Humanities
Explore the Metropolitain Museum of Art’s collection using an interactive map
Established by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Includes lesson plans and curriculum.
Animal Diversity Web
Complete facts on animals, including pictures and classification.
ARKive: Images of Life on Earth
Plenty of Information on endangered species featured.
Natural History Museum guide to dinosaurs, includes timeline and countries where dinosaurs lived.
Social Studies and Government
Valuable information from the History Channel about every American president.
Ben’s Guide to U.S. Government for Kids
Web site created by the U.S. Government on how government works. Info divided by grade level.
Biographies via Information Please are searchable by name or subject.
Native American Tribes
Web site created by Multnomah County Library in Oregon, sharing numerous web sites about American Indian tribes.
History and Current Events
Library of Congress web site that makes American history fun.
The Charters of Freedom
See the Bill of Rights, Constitution of the U.S., and Declaration of Independence in detail.
The news from the Washington Post, just for kids.
More news written specifically for kids!
Smithsonian’s History Explorer
This Day in History
The History Channel tells you what happened in history on any particular day of the month.
Time for Kids
Time magazine online edition, just for kids.
Find out the history of the world by year or decade.
World History Encyclopedia
A free online history encyclopedia with fact-checked articles, images, videos, maps, timelines and more.
States and Countries
National Geographic Maps
This National Geographic web site has physical and political maps, flags, and profiles of countries.
United States maps featuring state capitals, weather, history, and geology.
Everything you want to know about each state in the U.S. from fun facts to famous people.
The World Factbook
All countries are featured in this CIA web site covering extensive details and information.