Resources To Help You While In Cyber School

  • Khan Academy- The site famously features K-12 video tutorials created by Sal Khan and team. It currently gives students access to thousands of tutorial videos.  that explain the ins-and-outs of algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, statistics, finance, physics, economics and more.


    Math Shack- Created by Shmoop, Math Shack allows students to practice an infinite number of auto-generated math problems in Pre-Algebra, Algebra, and Geometry. It’s Common Core-aligned, and students can see how they’re performing—by topic and subject—through an easy color-coded system.


    Free Audio Books- Our collection of 450 free audio books includes many children's classics. The Wizard of Oz, Grimm's Fairy Tales, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and Mark Twain. You can download audio files straight to your computer or mobile device.


    Bartleby.com- Gives you access to free online classics of reference, literature, and nonfiction, including Strunk and White's Elements of Style, The World Fact Book, and The Oxford Shakespeare.


    MIT-K12- Taking a page from Khan, MIT is now producing ”short videos teaching basic concepts in science and engineering” for K-12 students. The videos are generally created by MIT students. You can sort the videos by topic and grade level.


    Google Art Project- A new tool that gives you access to more than 1,000 works of art appearing in 17 great museums across the world. Using Google’s Street View technology, you can now tour collections at 184 museums world wide.


    National Geographic- Provides facts, photos, videos, and more about countries around the world -- something NatGeo knows a lot about.


    World Atlas-  An educational resource for world maps, atlases, and in-depth geography information. Provides teachers and students free maps of Europe, Asia, the U.S., Canada, Florida, the Caribbean Islands and much more.


    Dynamic Periodic Table- An interactive Web 2.0 periodic table with dynamic layouts showing names, electrons, oxidation, trend visualization, orbitals, and isotopes.


    Virtual Tours: Famous Landmarks and National Parks of Wyoming- Enjoy the national parks of Wyoming like Old Faithful, Boear's Tusk and Grand Teton National Park.  Thank you to Amelia who suggested this resource.


    ASL Literacy Activities- Daily free resources and activities in American Sign Language and English, for young deaf children ages 3-10. They offer weekly activities based on their award-winning VL2 Storybook Apps to support bilingual language development. It is run by Motion LIght Lab, part of a research center on Visual Language and Visual Learning at Gallaudet University.


    Math Score- Math practice from counting to algebra and geometry