Students

Educational Websites

We strongly recommend parental supervision while students explore these or any other Internet sites. 

Science:  National Geographic Kids, ARKive, FossWeb, Texas Parks & Wildlife, Brain Awareness, National Park Service, American Birding, National Audubon Society, Birds of Prey, HawkWatch International, National Zoological Park,  Wildflower Center, Monarch Butterfly, MonarchButterflyUSA,  Inspecta Inspecta World, KidZone, Jefferson Lab Science Education, Earth, Sun & Moon, Weather Underground, Sunrise/Sunset Calculator, Layers of Time Fossil Game

Language Arts: iRead, Rhyming Words, Idiom Meaning, Vocabulary Game, Pearson Vocabulary Games, SAT Vocabulary and Spelling, Spelling City, Seussville, Learning to Read, Adverbs, K12 Reader, Wacky Web Tales (similar to Madlibs), National Geographic for Kids, Fun English Games, ESL Games

Social Studies: Famous First People, Info. on Countries, Maps101, The White House, Native American Shelters, City of Round Rock, Lone Star Junction, American Foundation for the Blind (good photos of Helen Keller), HotBraille (children can find out how to write their names in braille), The Lipan Apache, Handbook of Texas Online, Texas Indians, The Alamo, Atlapedia Online, Library of Congress Panoramic Maps, University of Texas Perry-Castaneda Library Map collection, Library of Congress General Maps, Early America National Museum of American History, List of Heads of State/Rulers, American Presidents, Fifty States