Need help to properly cite your sources for that next paper? Then go to Son of Citation Machine, http://citationmachine.net/, and choose the MLA format.
The following sites may be useful and fun for math practice, educational games, and research.
Try out the game on this website, http://www.carnegiehall.org/orc/interactive_resources.html. Once there, choose The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, by Benjamin Britten. When that window comes up, please register so your child's results will be kept. If you choose a user name and password, please share it with your child's music teacher. That teacher would then be able to log on and see the student's progress.
Science Fair Project Help Sites:
Additional Science Sites:
- Links for Spanish, French, and Japanese – http://learninglanguages.net/ – Choose your language at the top of the page for appropriate activities, resources, and a word of the day.
- French: http://fslactivities.sd61.bc.ca/wordprintouts.html
- Spanish: http://lingolex.com/spanish.htm
- This site includes Spanish, Gaelic, Polish, and American Sign Language learning games: :http://www.apples4theteacher.com/foreignlang.html
- Fodor’s offers language phrases written and aurally in French, Spanish, German, and Italian. :http://www.fodors.com/language/
- Latin: http://lysy2.archives.nd.edu/cgi-bin/words.exe This site offers translations from English to Latin and Latin to English for thousands of words.
All Subjects – BBC Schools - http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/
Great K-4 Sites
Just for Fun – http://puzzlemaker.school.discovery.com/
Internet safety sites recommended by Ofc. Romano of the Lynchburg Police Dept.