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Free Resources for your Program

Friday, October 11th, 2013

Many afterschool programs request resources and activities that can be researched online. With this in mind, here are some websites which offer a variety of reading, geography, science and math activities and resources for your staff and program participants. These sources came from a recent Washington Post article referenced at the bottom of this post. Happy Hunting!

Book Reports: http://www.kidsbookplace.org

This site, started by 10-year-old Emma Walker of Bethesda, has lots of reviews written by kids, for kids. It’s divided by age and author.

Geography:

http://education.nationalgeographic.com/education/reference-and-news/kd/?ar_a=3

If you need a map, this is hands-down the best place to check out. Lots of beautiful pictures, articles and information about other countries and cultures.

Science: http://www.sciencenewsforkids.org/

Great suggestions for science fair projects and lab experiments. Reports science news in a kid-friendly way.

Math: http://www.coolmath.com/

Cool graphics and interactivity.