** http://quizlet.com: This free-top-use site offers free study tools and apps for students and teachers, grade school through grad school, saying, “Our users define what they need to learn (or teach) and how they want to do it.”
** www.quizbean.com: This free-to-use site allows teachers “to manage your classes and quizzes … send quizzes to your students and know in minutes how they’re performing and who needs help before moving on to the next lesson.”
** http://harrypotter.scholastic.com: This Potter site offers games, message boards, videos, and more.
** http://pbskids.org: This “by the kids, for the kids!” site offers activities, games, and printables, along with materials for parents and teachers.
** www.libertykids.com: This history of the American Revolution site offers activities, games, news, and so much more for kids–parents and teachers, too.