Learn a little more about some of the Greek gods and goddesses.
Are your multiplication facts giving you trouble? What about division? There are some really cool and fun games at this website to help you with math skills. Check it out by clicking on the title above.
Here is the website for the brain-teasers used in class.
A really cool math website to practice sixth grade math standards. The questions vary in difficulty.
This website covers matter, atoms, the periodic table, biochemistry and so much more. Check it out or its other branches of science that are linked at the bottom of the website. It is a fantastic website in a very friendly format.
Perhaps, one of the coolest "kid-friendly" math websites. Math and games, who could ask for more? Click on the title above to visit.
Want to know where the nearest tectonic plate boundary is? Check this website.
For quick facts and information.
A kid-friendly educational website.
A simple easy to use grade point average calculator. Click on the link above to use it.
Check your student's grades online here.
If you are struggling to understand a concept. The Khan Academy can help with online tutorials. It is an excellent resource and its free.
There are some interactive games, word searches and links to other kids sites.
This version of the media in education sponsored by The Sacramento Bee offers stories of the week. There are also advertisement videos for different colleges in California.
A National Geographic website that brings some of our science topics to life. Click on the title to find out more.
The National Institutes of Health - Department of Health and Human Services has this website with a ton of cool activities, jokes, brain teasers and other resources. Take a look, click on the title.
A really cool website that talks about math and many different mathematical concepts. Everything from addition, subtraction, multiplication and division to squares and roots. Check it out.
An online dictionary website, it also has links for a thesaurus and translation services. Click on the link above to get there.
One of the new California Common-Core Standards states that students should be able to type three pages of type-written document in a single sitting. This website is a fantastic way to develop the keyboarding skills necessary to accomplish this task.
From the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Project Gutenberg has countless literary classics available to read for "FREE." Click on the link above to check it out.
Have you ever made an origami hang glider? What about a tumblewing? Check out this site, to find really cool science toys. Click on the link above.
Our science book has a website with extra activities, all you have to do is log-in (see Mr. Hane for your user name) and enter the code that you find in your Science book.
In May, we will be going to Shady Creek to spend a week. It is outdoor school, but it is so much more. This is a true, "once-in-a lifetime" opportunity. Click on the title above to discover more about Shady Creek.
This site is from France, however there is an option in the bottom left corner to translate the site into English. The site is plainly put, amazing!
Check out this site on the rock cycle.
Have you ever wanted to create your own volcano. Here is your chance, click on the title above.
An excellent word root website that has many Greek and Latin forms.
A great dictionary site on the internet.