Links for Children & Teens
iKeepSafe.org: The Internet Keep Safe Coalition group teaches basic rules of Internet safety to children and parents, reaching them online and in school, through a virtual playground, Faux Paw's adventures in storybooks, an animated video download, and educational games. Educational materials, including worksheets and tests, are also available for parents and educators. Please click here to visit the iKeepSafe website.
Be Internet Awesome: To make the most of the Internet, kids need to be prepared to make smart decisions. Be Internet Awesome and Google teach kids the fundamentals of digital citizenship and safety so they can explore the online world with confidence. Please click here to explore the Internet Awesome Site (Interland).
Cyberbully.org: From the Center for Safe and Responsible Internet Use.
Please click here to visit the Cyberbully website. To find out more about cyberbullying, please click here.
Kids' Literary Links
- Berenstain Bear Country
- Roald Dahl
- Lemony Snicket
- Reading is Fundamental
- Dr. Seuss's Seussville
- Playaway Launchpad
- * Launchpads can be checked out at Upland Public Library.
Janet Wong: From the author of Night Garden and Poems from the World of Dreams. Appropriate for grades 3-6. Please click here to visit Janet Wong's website.
Kristine O'Connell George: George is a critically acclaimed poet and author of The Great Frog Race and Other Poems, Little Dog Poems, and Little Dog with Little Dog and Duncan. This site is good for both students and teachers. Please click here to visit Kristine O'Connell George's website.
Scholastic's Writing with Writers-Poetry: Get acquanted with three nationally renowned poets: Jack Prelutsky, Karla Kuskin, and Jean Marzollo. Biographical information included as well as tips and techniques for writing poetry. Students may send in their own poetry to be selected for publication online. Please click here to visit the Scholastic's Writing with Writers-Poetry website.
Social Studies Fact Cards California Edition
Information for grade school students on California Missions, Ranchos, Native Tribes, Governors and History. For more information, please click here.
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Youth with intellectual disabilities have not had many chances to go to college. This is changing as individuals across the country begin to create opportunities for these youth to reap the benefits of post-secondary education. This website will provide information and links to anyone intersted in finding out more about the possibilities. For more information, please click here.
In Search Of Your First Part-Time Job?
As a teenager, searching for your first time job can seem like a daunting task. Please click here to view detailed information regarding help in finding your first part-time job. Job safety and labor law tips are available for a variety of industries in English and Spanish. Please click here to visit the Young Workers website.
In search of help with Algebra? Please click here and here to view a collection of lessons, calculators and worksheets created to assist students and teachers of Algebra.
Teen Literary Links
Please view the links listed below for teen information:
Varsity Learning Tools is a comprehensive suite of completely free practice tests, digital flashcards, and questions-of-the-day for standardized tests and academic subjects of all levels. For more information, please click here.
Tuition Funding Sources
TFS offers students the largest scholarship database in the world with over $41 billion in awards! Also has career personality test and career information. For more information, please click here.
Please view the PDF links below for information on APA and MLA Style Guides for your upcoming research paper.