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and Information for Secondary Students and Parents
The following sites will
take you outside the Livingston Parish Public Schools website.
LPPS is not responsible for the content.
Network is your student’s free portal into the many exciting facets that
make up our Universe. From the human heart, to the moons of Jupiter you
will find it all on the KidsKnowIt Network. Free Educational Websites.
Funology.com is a great place to find things to do. You can read fun facts
and jokes, play games, learn magic tricks, create crafts, and more. There
are online and offline activities for kids. You may never be bored again!
Surfing the Net with
This educational resource compiles reviewed links to sites where kids can go
to learn about all kinds of things Includes star ratings for quality and links.
An excellent site!!!
Librarians from Multnomah County provide links to sites on every subject
from current events to Native Americans to sports. Find help with your math,
science, history, geography and other homework with the links, advice
and research offered here.
Education 4 Kids
Come and play educational games at this site just for kids. These practice
drills for math, language arts, history and science will help you study in fun
and exciting ways.
Educational Hotlists: Franklin Institute
Contains a list of a few dozen topics which then offers a series of
resources on those topics. A great launch pad as a study guide or just to use as
exploration. Suitable for kids and adults alike.
EPA Explorer's Club
Learn how to clean up the environment through interactive stories, exciting
games, colorful art and fun fact sheets presented by the United States
Environmental Protection Agency.
Use this site to learn more about different subjects. You can browse by
different age groups as well.
Kids ages 3-12 can learn while they have fun at JuniorNet. A variety of
educational games, stories and activities are provided by such popular
publishers as Highlights, Ranger Rick and Weekly Reader. A fee is required to
use the site.
Scholastic's The Magic School Bus
Based on the book series featuring Ms. Frizzle and her magic bus,
Scholastic's site displays kids' art in its gallery, guides you through the
season's TV episodes and offers CD-ROM demos and a fun activity lab.
The geography center for the National Geographic Society. Find nearly 1,800
different atlases and maps, a readers' forum, an archive of U.S. National
Geography Standards and the spellbinding interactive Xpedition Hall.
Zoom School is an online elementary school classroom, but don't let that
scare you away. The school features interesting monthly themes and makes
learning fun by including relevant games and stories.