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Free Online Safety Education Kit available from NetSmartz.org
Teach kids how to be safe while using a computer. Includes videos, games, lesson plans and more. You can also order a kit (all free)

Recycling Rangers from Smart
Lessons about recycling, has bunch of free worksheets able to be downloaded, includes math, lots of interesting worksheets on measuring.

IFAW
Free program, features programs on animals, including cats, dogs, elephants, ocean animals and more. Great lesson plans.

EdHelper
Lots of freebies, includes ideas for the month Lots of freebies available for free, you just need to create an account.

Academic Earth
Online College level classes from Harvard to Stanford

Curriki
Hundreds and hundreds of topics from art to geometry


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Carrie

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