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This is a great website for learning games. It has everything from typing to musical notes. One of my favorites is the rhyming and odd and even numbers. If the students in your class have free time this would be a great place to let them free to explore without the worry of them finding inappropriate things or playing games that are not educational.
Some of the problem that I have with research projects is that kids are searching the internet and get off task watching things that are inappropriate. I feel that this is a safe webpage where you can have students search videos and gather audio information, instead of just text based information. I think that the students would have a lot of fun with this and I would feel better about letting them explore, opposed to YouTube. Very simple to use, you just have to type in what you want to look up and video options will appear.
This is a great free website that has tons of videos and resources. All you have to do is join with your Facebook account. The National Geographic magazines are a timeless treasure to use and now they have come to life through videos and pictures. When you send your students here to do research, you know that they will not be finding anything that they are not supposed to be getting into. There is an area also where you can play educational games, in an area set up for easy searching for your students. The website is laid out into categories so that you can easily find a video relating to your topic of interest.