A+ Math was developed to help students improve their math skills interactively. It has flashcards, worksheets and many games.
Awesome Library organizes the Web with 30,000 carefully reviewed resources, including the top 5 percent in education.
Class Brain provides students, teachers, and parents with quick, manageable access to information and educational tools on the Internet (grades 1-3).
Edhelper is designed to help students improve their math, reading comprehension, and writing. Download free worksheets to improve your skills!
Fact Monsteris an all-in-one site to gather information and use reference materials.
Homework Spot is a free homework information portal that features the very best K-12 homework-related sites together with engaging editorial in one high-utility, educational spot.
Inspiration is a planning tool to help plan, research and complete projects. This program is a great tool to help with your book reports over the summer. This program is used at Swift School for grades 4-6. Download the program for free for 30 days.
The Internet Public Library is a public service organization and a learning/teaching environment at the University of Michigan School of Information.
Kidspiration is a program that is used at Swift School for grades 1-5 to help develop reading, writing and math. Download the program free for 30 days.
Pre-K–8 resources for teachers, students, and parents. Includes Reading/Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Intervention, Professional Development, activities, games, and textbook support.
Quiz Hub is a fun, online, interactive learning center.
Spark Top is a website destination, supported by Schwab Learning, for children who learn differently. Kids can create cool stuff, play great games, connect with other kids, and discover new ways to succeed in school and in life.
Tikatokis a website for students to create and publish your own stories.
The mission of The Why Files is to explore the science, math and technology behind the news of the day, and to present those topics in a clear, accessible and accurate manner. It is based at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, but The Why Files covers science at all institutions that engage in scientific exploration and discovery.