Students

Check out some of these useful links...learn and have fun! Check back as we will continue to add to links!

TDSB web page for students:

https://www.tdsb.on.ca/About-Us/Innovation/Welcome-Back-Students

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Starfall     http://www.starfall.com/
An excellent website to help your child learn, practice and develop reading skills.

Yahooligans!    http://www.yahooligans.com/
The ultimate kid-friendly search engine. Based on the popular adult Yahoo! site, it‘s a safe place for children to look for information and has a great list of age-appropriate reference links.

Ask Jeeves Kids  
The best search engine for answering simple kid questions like, “How does an iceberg form?” or “What causes hiccups?”

How Stuff Works    http://www.howstuffworks.com/
This award-winning site clearly and concisely tells kids (and adults!) how different things work — from the everyday (how automobile engines run) to the unusual (how Jell-O sets).

Fact Monster     http://www.factmonster.com/
This is a one-stop reference source of kid-friendly facts and articles. The award-winning site also has loads of interactive tools that encourage kids to improve their math, spelling and vocabulary.

Funology.com  http://www.funology.com/
A great place for kids to find things to do — not just at the computer, but anywhere. The million and one games, magic tricks, recipes, experiments and craft projects will put a stop to the “Mom, I’m bored” syndrome.

CoolMath4Kids   http://www.coolmath4kids.com/
Games, brain twisters and colouring-book activities for a variety of age groups help make math fun. A great site for kids who are struggling with multiplication and need to practise their skills.

Funbrain.com      http://www.funbrain.com/
Interactive tools and games like Grammar Gorillas and MathCar Racing entice kids to learn.

Canadian Wildlife Federation    www.cwf-fcf.org
This site encourages young naturalists to actively participate in wildlife conservation, including building a backyard habitat for birds and butterflies.

United Nations Cyber School Bus    www.un.org/pubs/cyberschoolbus
Translated into six languages, the rich content and resources on this United Nations–sponsored site let children participate in a global community over the Web.

National Geographic Kids!      http://www.nationalgeographic.com/kids/index.html
The best part of this all-round great site is the current affairs section, written in easy-to-understand language, so kids can keep on top of new archaeological digs and historical discoveries.
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