Note: Bear with me, I'm starting to organize my learning links on this tab. I'm also checking to see which are still active. As I find the time, I will transfer all of my learning links here for my convenience. Oh! You can use them, too.
Ask Kids - A search engine for children.
BrainBashers - A collection of logic games and puzzles. The main page includes an odd word of the day and featured fun sites.
BrainPop - Cartoons featuring Moby the Robot covering various topics across many subjects. You need a membership to use the entire site, but there are plenty of free videos featured to offer supplemental learning.
Free Rice - Various quizzes on basic math, chemistry symbols, English grammar and vocabulary, foreign languages, literature, art, and geography. Test your knowledge and help end world hunger!
Random Facts - A collection of lists of facts on various topics, including history, animals, people, health, etc. PG warning! You may want to review some lists before showing them to your kids.
Exploratorium - Science, art, and human perception
MetMedia - Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibits presented through multimedia. Includes a kids' zone of child friendly media.
Ology - American Museum of Natural History's science site for kids. Neat experiments!
Young Explorers - Kids' page for the British Museum (I also highly recommend the museum's main site)
Khan Academy - Great videos for helping with math and physics.
Science - General and Labs
Integrated Science at Home - Offers science experiments you can do at home, along with links to the family's other science blogs.
ScienceHack - A search engine for links to various science videos.
Zooniverse- Various real science possibilities, including Planethunters, where citizen scientists help identify possible planets in Kepler light curves.
Science - Biology
eBird - Cornell Lab of Ornithology site that offers participation in citizen science programs like Project Feeder Watch and the annual Great Backyard Bird Count.
Animal Diversity Web - Gives information on animals including pictures and species classifications.
Monterey Bay Aquarium Web Cams - Observe various animals at the aquarium.
Peep Research - Mock experiments using Peeps marshmallows. (demonstrates scientific method)
What's Bugging You? - Entomologist Dr. Art Evans' blog.
BugGuide.Net - A bug identification resource.
WhatBird.com - A bird identification resource.
Science - Physics
The Physics of Superheroes - Website for the book. It includes videos of some of the professor's lectures.
Science - Earth Science and Astronomy
Cosmic Quest - Teaches how astronauts survive in space.
History and Geography
digNubia - A site exploring history and archeology. Requires Flash for some content.