Links for websites that contain information for Fifth Grade students.
Proquest K-12 E-Library and SIRS Discoverer require a school-issued username and password to enter their sites.
Accelerated Math's advanced technology helps you provide the essential math practice component of your math curriculum. This classroom-proven software:
Do you know your state's motto, bird, or when it became a state? Do you know your Congresspeople or how to contact them? Choose a state from the map on the left to find out!
Learn about terrestrial biomes and aquatic ecosystems. Follow link to site about plants. What's It Like Where You Live?
Chain Reaction: assemble a food chain. The order that animals feed on other plants and animals is called a food chain. Do you think you can put a food chain together?
Includes colonial history resources, guide to visiting Williamsburg, children's activities, Foundation's mission, giving opportunities.
The main purpose of this site is to supply child-friendly sites for kids in grades three through eight on a variety of curriculum oriented subjects.
Fact Monster is a free reference site for students, teachers, and parents. Get homework help and find facts on thousands of subjects, including sports, . . .
A food chain shows how each living thing gets its food. Some animals eat plants and some animals eat other animals. For example, a simple food chain links the trees & shrubs, the giraffes (that eat trees & shrubs), and the lions (that eat the giraffes). Each link in this chain is food for the next link. A food chain always starts with plant life and ends with an animal.
FUNBRAIN will show you maps. For each screen, identify the correct country (or state). Check the correct box or type in the name (spelling counts). If you select level 5, you will also have to type in the name of the country's or state's capital.
A ton of 5th Grade Social Studies links to other websites that are organized into the following categories: Geographical Perspectives, Historical and Cultural Perspectives, Civics and Government, and Economic Perspectives.
Geology is the study of our Earth, the processes that formed it, and how it will continue to change in the future. Geography is the study of the Earth's surface, atmosphere, and people.
Action packed math site for elementary and middle school students featuring math games, math word problems, math worksheets, logic puzzles, and math videos.
Animals from A to Z on the National Geographic website.
A website designed for K-12 students and educators integrating information literacy with access to licensed databases.
Everyone from kids to teachers to adults who want to reach for the stars
encounters problems. Telescopes are expensive and complex to operate.
Observatories can be difficult to access. Information can be loaded with jargon.
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Find out how the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag Native Americans celebrated the
first Thanksgiving together at Plymouth Plantation.
How good is your short term memory? This mini-computer will play a note and light up one of its four colored spaces. You have to repeat the pattern exactly. Sounds easy? Let's see how long you can last!
The Who/What/Where/When information website about the U.S. Revolutionary War.