A list of resources arranged by subject.
Best Minecraft YouTube Channels: These YouTube channels feature the best in Minecraft content, and if your kids only speak Minecraft, they'll love to hear all the details and strategies these pros provide. And if your kid is ready to branch out, try these Games Like Minecraft.
Bitesize - Dance Mat Typing. In this free, basic typing programme on the BBC website, animal characters teach and encourage elementary students to learn to type. Students can work through the programme at their own speed and choose levels to work on. Teachers can use it for independent student practice, as a station, or as a whole-class activity.
Canva - Create beautiful designs using Canva's drag-and-drop feature and layouts to design, share and print business cards, logos, presentations and ...
DK Find Out. This on-line encyclopedia, suitable for grades 1-5, supports individual inquiry, expands knowledge base for concepts being studied, is a place to learn new "fun facts", and provides parents with a place to go to assist their child with homework. Reading selections are brief but at an appropriate depth for the intended age group. Some articles include access to more information through additional pictures, videos, or links to suggested topics, and many topics include an interactive quiz to test the student’s understanding.
Draw with Rob - Children’s author & illustrator Rob Biddulph is running a series of illustration workshops
for students on his YouTube channel.
Google Earth - Looking for some geography fun? Google Earth has some great quizzes to help train your brain on different places around the world. Simply launch Google Earth in Chrome (may need to switch your browser), then click “Voyager” on the left hand side of your screen, then click “Games”.
Burst - Free stock photos for websites and commercial use.
ChamberofCommerce.org - Stock Photo Search made easy.
Cool Fonts - just enter your message and select the font style you like best.
FindA.Photo - 10,000 completely free stock photos to use for any purpose.
Flaticon.com - has a growing collection of icons and clipart.
FlamingText - create colourful text.
FOCA Stock - free photos, videos and templates for commercial use.
FreeSVG.org - is filled with public domain clipart that you can freely use for any purpose.
Icons For Everything - Over 2 Million curated icons, created by a global community.
Learning in hand - Favourite sites for clipart and photos.
Life of Pix - true to life, high-resolution stock photography.
Little Visuals - landscape and nature-focused.
Pexels - looking for nature, abstract and technology photography.
Pixabay - is filled with public domain photos and graphics that you can freely use for any purpose.
Pixwizard - Library of over 1 million stock images and videos (royalty free).
Remove - remove the image background of any picture.
SCX - Free stock photos.
Unsplash - over 300,000 stock photos in total with thousands more added every day.
The Internet: How Search Engines Work - Join John, Google's Chief of Search and AI, and Akshaya, from Microsoft Bing, to find out how search really works. They cover everything from how special programs called "spiders" scan the Internet before you even type in your search terms to what determines which search results show up first.
Essential Google Search Tricks for Research - Google can be a great starting point for any research project. But if you're looking for more refined, credible, and useful information you've gotta get familiar with Google's "search operators" -- basically ways to target your search. This video covers the four most essential search operators and provides examples for how they can help narrow down your results to sources that'll be most helpful.