K-12 Student Online Tools

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The ultimate resource for AP test prep with practice tests, online lessons, and more


Reading Rockets

Helps kids become strong, independent readers



Online classes and clubs for students of all ages



Learning solutions to empower students of all ages


This list of educational websites include tools for engagement outside of the K-12 classroom. These online resources are interactive, fun, and cover a variety of fundamental topics. From reading to math to art projects, the sites are great for children and teenagers to keep up with their skills so they can succeed in their studies throughout the school year. A few of these websites also include resources and thoughtful lesson plans for educators.

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Fun, educational desktop games for students grades Pre-K to 6+


Family-school relationship management platform to support and foster engagement crucial for children's success

Adventure Science Center

Science and tech center with interactive exhibits located in Nashville


Free 2D simulation and design game for exploring physics

Book Builder

Design and download your own books in 4 easy steps. Requires subscription for numerous books.

Boom Cards

Self-grading exercises that are great for students and educators

CIS Abroad

Study and intern abroad programs for every student

Code Kids Robotics

Learn coding and robotics via online classes and in-person camps. Based in the UK.


Learning platform with live workshops, instructional videos, and online courses for ages 5-16


Math tools, including a free graphing calculator for middle schoolers


Curated database of learning sites that bridge the gap between online and in-class learning


Hip-hop videos and activities that aim to promote literacy for elementary students

Geography IQ

World atlas with information on geography, history, culture, and more


Virtual math and science labs and simulations for grades 3-12


Free resources to improve civic knowledge and skills. Founded by Justice Sandra Day O’Connor.

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