Student Resources

Make sure to check out each of these exciting technology, science, and literacy-based resources and games!


Hour of Code is an incredible website that allows kids of all ages (from 4-104) learn how to use coding to create computer games and write applications.

A ton of awesome games and resources from PBS Kids.

Brain Pop has educational games in science, math, social studies, health, english, and engineering & technology. You don't want to miss these!

Johnnie's Math Page is an exciting site of fun math for both teachers and kids. Over 1,000 math learning and teacher resources are categorized and ready to use!

Storyline Online has a wide variety of children's story's that are read aloud as students watch and listen.

ABCYA helps students learn alphabetical order and is broken down by grade level. Fun learning games!

Starfallis a free resource that teaches children phonics and reading skills through games.

Sesame Street is a free resource that provides a variety of literacy and learning games.

Visit the official site of Dr. Seuss and the Cat in the Hat and check out the games, printable activities, complete illustrated character guide, and information about Dr. Seuss.

Day By Day SCis a day by day calendar with terrific family literacy resources.

Provided by Mrs. Lodge's Library, Shelver is a fun and exciting game to practice or learn ABC order and how to find library books on the book shelves.


Check out all the exciting animals, games, activities, and animal cams & videos at the San Diego Zoo

Knowitall is a free SC ETV resource that allows students to ask questions and find answers on most any subject.

Wonderopolisis a great resource where curious learners can find answers to all kinds of exciting questions. Discover answers to your questions here!

Digital Dialects features geography games to teach children about countries, states, continents, land forms, capitals, and more.