Here are some fun and educational websites for you to visit. It is important for parents to know when and what students are working on when they link to the internet. On this Resources page you will find teacher tested links to sites that parallel our social studies, science, and English Language Arts curricula.
The First Thanksgiving
History of Hanukkah
Other Science and Social Studies sites:
Ecosystems, Kids' Biology
Chain Reaction Game
Can you Label the Ecosystems? Click the link below:
Biomes of the World
Check out Dunkirk Dave on Groundhog Day
Animal Diversity Web
Polar Bear Game
NASA Space Place
-Nine Planets for Kids
-Nine Planets for Older Kids
- New Horizons Pluto-Kuiper Belt Mission
- Smithsonian Institution "Walking on the Moon"
This site is awesome!
Simple Machines Activities
Other Science Activities
Bill Nye, Science Guy Simple Machines Video
Fairytales you can listen to:
The Elephant's Child by Rudyard Kipling will be read to you!
AND from Lee County Florida Schools
Dance Mat Typing
Enchanted Learning is a child and teacher friendly research site
THINKBRIGHT online connects you to PBS television (channel 17) programming and many interesting and useful internet links
Link to student friendly search engines
Grand Island CSD Website
Link Disclaimer: The links in this area will let you leave the Grand Island Central School District site. The appearance of these links does not constitute endorsement by the Grand Island Central School District of the linked web sites, or the information, products or services contained therein. Grand Island Central School District does not exercise any control over the information you may find at these locations. Grand Island Central School District cannot attest to the accuracy or appropriateness of information available at any linked sites. The Grand Island Central School District is not responsible for contents of any linked pages or any link contained in a linked site or any changes or updates to such sites.
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