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tlsbooks.com

June 28, 2007 -- From Tracey, a reader, from Phoenix, Arizona, who is affiliated with the site.

tlsbooks.com offers over 1200 free printable worksheets for the preschool through fifth grade child. New worksheets as well as materials for teachers and parents are added weekly. No subscription, no required membership, just free educational worksheets for your special child.


Mrs. Thonus’s Third Grade Stars

June 20, 2007 -- From Deborah, a teacher, from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, who is affiliated with the site.

This site contains loads of grade level content, subject pages, newsletters, student project photos, student work, homework help, lots of ideas, puzzles, and more. It is a great resource for the middle elementary grade classroom. This site was recently nominated to receive a MassCue award for best classroom site 2007.

3,000+ Speech Topics

May 28, 2007 -- From Veronica, age 16, from Amsterdam,The Netherlands, who is not affiliated with the site.

Many useful speech topics and ideas for public speaking, and tips to work them out. I’ve used other sites but none have so much speech topics. I always check it out when I have to prepare for speech class.

Refdesk.com

April 5, 2007 -- From Mary, a parent, from USA, who is not affiliated with the site.

I heard about this web site on TV and now I like this web site. It’s good for homework help.

Mr. Saunders’ Sixth Grade Website

February 4, 2007 -- From Doug, a teacher, from Midlothian, Virginia, who is affiliated with the site.

Great site about the history of the United States Pre-Columbian to 1877.

MyTestBook – Free practice tests and worksheets

October 22, 2006 -- From Edu1, a reader, from USA, who is not affiliated with the site.

Great site for regular practice tests and worksheets for kids, parents and teachers.

The Classroom

August 19, 2006 -- From Sandy, a teacher, from Atlanta Georgia, who is affiliated with the site.

A great one stop resource site for teachers, students and parents.

Learn Hebrew

July 2, 2006 -- From Jacob, a reader, from Israel, who is affiliated with the site.

Learn Hebrew is a free, on-line, educational resource to learn Hebrew words. The flash site incorporates 46 topics, along with over 1,700 Hebrew words and phrases. Each Hebrew word is presented as an image with nikud [vowels]. When you click on a word or phrase you can hear it spoken. The high quality audio was created in a sound studio. The site is multilingual. The menus, transliterations and translations are in four languages: English, French, Russian and Spanish. Both the student and the teacher will find the site easy to use and very educational. As mentioned, the site is free to all.

Homework HUB

June 13, 2006 -- From V., age 14, from California, USA, who is affiliated with the site.

This site is designed to help students ( specifically middle school and high school students) in the completion of homework. The site is entirely free,and it contains helpful links to specific subject related pages and tools. All of the listed sites have been reviewed and include a short description of their content. This website is an asset to any student.

Scholastic

May 15, 2006 -- From Rosalind, a teacher, from Newark, New Jersey, who is not affiliated with the site.

Scholastic has wonderful activities for children, teachers and parents. I find that it is very useful when we research projects or want to do an author’s study. The teacher tools are practical, easy to use and useful.