NOTE: While these websites have been reviewed and recommended by teachers, please note that students’ time on the Internet should be supervised by an adult. Also, please note that links/websites may change without warning.
Brain Strain : Websites for Enrichment at Home
Offers learning on all kinds of topics. Analogies, idioms, & more.
Detailed what went on in the world timelines for anyone’s life- Create your own timelines including varying types of events.
Crosswords, word finds, mazes, word jumbles, cryptograms, etc.
Activities to sharpen thinking in categorization, logic, reasoning, spatial awareness, word play and lateral thinking
Tilt puzzles and mazes will challenge spatial thinking
Math, visual, and logic mindbender puzzles
Unique puzzles that will puzzle you!
Creativity, spatial thinking and critical thinking building activities
Riddles, games, puzzles, etc.
Challenging bridge building game
Super excellent critical thinking puzzles (recommend Futoshiki, Bridges, Fillomino, Hitori, Light Up, Net Slide, Network, Nonograms, Nurikabe, Puzzle Loops, Tents)
FOCUS Teacher at Stripling Elementary, Mr. Hochbaum’s site links to tons of other great sites for students
Click Mazes- huge collection of mazes you couldn’t even imagine
Dyson Telescope Game- fantastic strategic thinking game
Great strategic spatial thinking site
Trickledowns- word changing activity that accentuates letter pattern skills
Witzzle Pro- Math computation game we play at Cedar Hill
Find sets of shapes using deductive reasoning & critical thinking
Kakuro/Cross Sums- beginners version of the Brainbashers’ site
Brainboosters- good mix of puzzles from Discovery Education
An excellent critical thinking game
Challenging math and reading games & activities, including "Absurd Math" and other Pre-algebra & Algebra games
Fantastic site with videos and games about science, history, mathematics, language arts, health, technology, arts and music
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Contests and Competitions for Kids:
Is your child interested in entering contests and competitions? Here is a collection of internet links to explore.
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