From i.e. Magazine's August 2005 issue:
ISAW - Interactive Science Activities on the Web
Try out the free activities about interactive visualizations of scientific concepts. While designed primarily for high school and college students, this website is a terrific resource for anyone interested in science.
Neuroscience for Kids
Explore the nervous system in this detailed website that includes many activities, experiments, articles, research and other resources.
Learn about the environment through interactive, educational games and activities on this award-winning website that encourages learners to form opinions and get involved.
Online Poetry Classroom
Visit forums where teachers can share ideas, seek help from colleagues and explore curriculum units, lesson plans. biographies of hundreds of poets and nearly two thousand poems.
Elementary (second grade)
The Neverending Tale
Check out this choose-your-own-path story site where readers can add to stories, which encourages independent learning of reading and writing.
Reading is Fundamental (RIF)
Take your class on a reading adventure and access fun activities, lesson plans, articles and Web resources.
Access hundreds of pages to enhance math skills with interactive practice for every kind of math problem. This is a great resource with basic teacher resources and challenging math games for students.
Check out this online resource designed to help students improve their math skills interactively with the use of flashcards, worksheets, puzzles and a game room.
Download the free ArithmAttack program and test your math skills with these computer generated arithmetic problems.
Explore a world of math where difficult problems can be fun and discover hundreds of resources, exercises and an amusement park devoted exclusively to math.
Explore the future of math in schools with this website's extensive listing of lessons, standards, tools and Web resources compiled by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
Mrs. Glossers's Math Goodies
Check out this free math help site featuring interactive lessons, puzzles, and worksheets. This site has provided free homework help since 1999 with over 400 activities for parents, students, and teachers.
Teaching Resources: Math and Science
Many of the science related resources are more focused on one particular discipline, while the math resources often contain a variety of information on many different mathematics, including K-8, algebra, geometry, and multiplication/division. Many of the links in the following collection of resources contain advice and samples for how to efficiently design lesson plans around topics to generate the most interest.
Check out this subscription service website that was created by teachers to offer educational resources, including worksheets, lesson activities, classroom helpers and monthly themes in math, science, language arts and social studies.
SMART Board Resources for Teachers
This webpage has links to websites with subject-specific SMART Board resources for teachers.