• BrainPOP BrainPOP Jr. BrainPOP ELL

    BrainPOP is an animated educational site for kids that includes STEM, Social Studies, English, Arts & Music, and Health. Learn about topic of your choice with the help of the BrainPOP robot and his friends! There's a section for grades K-3, a section for grades 4-8, a section for English Learners, and a section in Spanish.

    Click here to go to BrainPOP in English or here to click on BrainPOP in Spanish (grades 4-8).

    Click here to go to BrainPOP Jr. (grades K-3).

    Click here to go to BrainPOP ELL (for English Learners).


    Funbrain offers hundreds of games, books, comics, and videos that develop skills in math, reading, problem-solving and literacy. Great for students preschool through grade 8. Browse topics by grade or activity type. 

    Click here to go to Funbrain.

    24/7 Science

    Lawrence Hall of Science: 24/7 Science was created as part of the services of the Lawrence Hall of Science at the Univesity of California at Berkeley. Learn about experiments you can conduct offline as well as games that teach principles of physics, chemistry, astronomy, and other scientific fields. Many of the games and experiments are around real-world issues, such as how smoking damages the lungs or how to identify household hazards.

    Click here to go to Lawrence Hall of Science: 24/7. 

     National Geographic Kids  

    Ever wondered what baby penguins are called? Or how dolphins communicate? National Geographic Kids has the answer! Watch videos, play games, and best of all, learn about animals, nature and the world around them. National Geographic Kids also has great activities for the whole family!

    Click here to go to National Geographic Kids.

     PBS Kids

    PBS has your favorite classic characters, such as Elma and Curious George, as well as new frriends, like Peg + Cat. Select games by character, difficulty level or latest available. There's also a huge library of printables for additional enrichment.

    Click here to go to PBS Kids.


    Have you ever wanted to learn how to code? Scratch is a project from the world-reknowned university Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) that teaches math, programming and creative expression. Create animations, games, and models. 

    Click here to go to Scratch.