Need books & things to do during the school closure???
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Websites for Students
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This website offers a variety of health topics geared towards teens and their concerns. (****)
This websites allows kids, teens and adults to build healthy food and exercise habits. The MyPlate builder is a great tool to help anyone learn to make balanced food choices. (*****)
Energy Quest is a fun, interactive website that allows students to delve deeper into the topic of energy conservation. (****)
NASA has some amazing resources for students to explore the universe. This site offers games, project ideas, photos, even recipes and links to more websites. (*****)
Social Studies Topics:
The American National Biography Online website offers an extensive database of biographies on notable Americans. Sources are updated semiannually, and references are well cited. (****)
The Library of Congress website is a great place to start a history research project. It contains many primary sources, like documents, photos, recordings and video. There are many interesting collections to browse, as well as topics to choose from. (*****)
This website provides many math videos from arithmetic to calculus. There are some fun "math snacks" games geared toward middle schoolers, too. (*****)
ReadWriteThink is a great resource for English students. It provides student interactives, graphic organizers, tools for poetry writing, to name a few. You can choose the grade level to find activities appropriate for you! (*****)