Below you will find some of our favorite websites for children and their families due to their organization, content, usefulness, and fun they can provide.
Flashcards, games, and a homework helper section are available to teach basic mathematical functions at this useful, kid-friendly site.
ALA’s Great Websites for Kids
Websites recommended by the American Library Association on various subjects including animals, the arts, history and biography, literature, mathematics, and much more.
B.J. Pinchbeck's Homework Helper
An impressive list of more than 780 links in a dozen categories for learning about everything from English and foreign languages to arts and science.
A homework website designed for middle schoolers.
Links, activities, and resources provided by the US Government for children, teachers, and parents. Part of USA.gov.
LGBTQIA Books for Kids and Families
A blog featuring many books with LGBT themes, including gender issues.
National Geographic: Homework Help
Information provided by National Geographic in an easy to understand format for students.
The New Hampshire Almanac
A fun and informative site providing information about the people and places that make New Hampshire a great place to live, visit, or study.
A resource for student science fair projects. Includes Science Project Ideas, How-to info, Ask an Expert, and Teacher Resources.
Sesame Street Workshop
More online resources from the Sesame Street crew.
An research and information interface designed with kids in mind.
Sports Illustrated for Kids
The online site for this popular magazine includes games and other activities.
Streaming video program featuring famous people reading children's books aloud.
Where to Find Diverse Books
A sub-page of We Need Diverse Books, a movement to get books featuring diverse kids into everyone's hands. Includes racial, social, and ability diversities.