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The following web sites are very helpful for your students.  There are activities, homework help, search engines, and stories.
A web site to help guide you in keeping order in the library.
A great web site for learning about the United States.  Lots of interaction.
Activities set up by grade level and subject.
National Geographic Kids magazine.
The museum of science, art and human perception.
Students discover the world with Time for Kids.
Stories are read aloud by members of the screen actors guild.
A good site to work on math facts.
An online dictionary and many word games.
A great math site.  You may create your own worksheets and have them graded when finished.
This is an excellent search tool for K-8 students. It even gives approximate reading level for the sites. You can also search by grade levels.
Between the Lions--Get wild about reading!
An online encyclopedia that is updated daily.
This is a great site for beginning readers.
This is a great web site for finding books that are appropriate for your child . 
Highlights Kids magazine.
The Chandler Public Library  web site.
An Internet educational site for students and teachers.
Just for kids from the University of Illinois.
Kerpoof's multimedia software is used by kids worldwide to create original artwork, animated movies, stories, greeting cards and more. ...
The library card catalog system is available online.  You may use Web Path Express and Destiny Quest from home.
A web site search engine for students.
Practice your typing.
Practice your typing.
Read about the author Chris Allsburg.
Many activites and information about Dr. Seuss
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An interactive reading web site.
A great web site with many interactive activites.
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