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FunnelBrain

August 10, 2009 -- From Isabell, a reader, from united states, who is affiliated with the site.

I found this site very interesting,it provides you with a collaborative platform to create flash cards,videos and photos related to study material.very interactive and fun way of learning. We can also make our own community which is great.


KidsGen: The New Age Kids Site

May 27, 2009 -- From Surjendu, a reader, from India, who is affiliated with the site.

Kidsgen is a kid’s edutainment site where kids can find guides and information on hobbies, homework help, school projects, crafts and recipes.
There are also sections on popular holidays and events, to help them prepare for and celebrate the holidays better.

The Kids Window

April 10, 2009 -- From Anne, a parent, from London, England, who is not affiliated with the site.

I was looking for a web site that had content written for children as general interest and as a help to my son wnhe he’s doing his homework. Someone on the BBC parenting forum recommended this site to me, and I thought I’d share with you. It has a lot of interesting pages for children to read on all sorts of subjects.

The Gilder Lehrman Institute

April 8, 2009 -- From Gilderlehrman, a reader from New York, NY, who is affiliated with the site.

The Gilder Lehrman Institute offers free online resources for teachers including lesson plans, primary source documents, and electronic exhibitions, and historians’ podcasts.

You might want to check out the modules on major topics in American history. These provide readings, learning tools, primary sources, visual aids, and more resources for students and teachers in 24 different eras (or themes) of American history.

Interesting History

April 5, 2009 -- From Mark, a reader, from Indiana, United States, who is affiliated with the site.

This is a website that will hopefully promote interest in American history for kids

My Learning Tube: Educational Videos For Teachers

March 25, 2009 -- From Crystal, age 11, from U.S.A, who is affiliated with the site.

This is a site that is both educational and FUN! Make sure when you sign up to send the owner teachme a message! It’s also a GREAT way to talk to friends.

Academic Earth

February 15, 2009 -- From Susan, a reader, from Philadelphia, PA, who is affiliated with the site.

Academic Earth was founded with the goal of providing everyone in the world access to a world-class education. The site makes video lectures and courses from top professors at schools such as Yale, Stanford, Harvard, and MIT available online for free.

Academic Earth currently has thousands of lectures and courses available on a variety of topics ranging from business to political science and economics to astrophysics, mathematics, engineering, and humanities courses. The site features engaging lectures, including a series on classical mechanics in which students can see the professor levitating in the air.

Super Teacher Worksheets

December 19, 2008 -- From Tim, a teacher, from New York, who is affiliated with the site.

Offers hundreds of free, printable language arts and math worksheets, spelling lists, graphic organizers, math games, and more.

Gail Hennessey’s Website

December 19, 2008 -- From Gail, a reader, who is affiliated with the site.

Website for teachers and young people with lots of materials in areas of world history, geography,read aloud plays on famous people,career awareness surveys,cyberhunts on lots of different topics, a news section and lots more!

MathVids

December 8, 2008 -- From Ryan, a teacher from Toledo, Ohio, who is affiliated with the site.

MathVids.com provides 24/7 access to only the best math videos from middle school through college math. Learn the same lesson from several different certified math teachers. All videos are previewed, rated, and reviewed before being posted, so it is safe and accurate.