Learning anywhere, anytime!

Here are some useful links to help keep your student's brain engaged and learning all summer!

  • Khan Academy - Offers over thousands of videos on everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history and hundreds of skills to practice.
  • Illuminations - 108 online math activities for grades PreK-12 from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
  • Infinite Learning Lab - Offers lessons on Math, Science, English and Life Skills, including internet safety, featuring Professor Garfield
  • MIT Open Courseware - Web-based publication of virtually all MIT course content, free and available to the world
  • PBS KIDS Island - Helps children develop and practice basic reading skills through online games and activities
  • Sophia - Use sequenced tutorials to master any math concept, explore a library of Bill Nye science demonstrations, or explore any of the other various subjects/topics available
  • Vocabulary Spelling City - Create your own word lists or chose from a variety of topics for students to practice vocabulary and spelling

Avoid traffic and high gas prices and take a virtual field trip

Explore, learn, and have fun!

More Ideas

Review and explore with sites that our teachers use

Improve keyboarding skills

Learn a new language

Go Mobile

  • HCPS Apps - List of free apps for elementary, middle, and high school level


Schools also have useful resources posted on their school webpage.

Below you will find resources that will help you, the parent with your technology skills.

Technology Skills:

Teach Parents Tech

Goodwill Community Foundation - A great resource for learning technology skills, but also have reading and math taught in different languages.


  • Edutopia - Ideas to help your family manage your digital life
  • Common Sense Media - Family tip sheet to start conversation with your child on a variety of technology topics.
  • NetSmartz - A workshop style website designed to help you and your child with online technology topics.