The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives is a wonderful resource for teachers and for students that need manipulatives for math computation. Many students can benefit from using them, but there is not always a ready supply for use. Note, your Java has to be up-to-date for this site!
You can search by grade levels or topics. There are manipulatives for fractions, base ten, geoboards, clocks, transformations, money, charts, graphs, number lines and more! This site supports K-12.
Reading is Fun (RIF) is a wonderful literacy website for adults and kids. It is actually the oldest and largest nonprofit literacy organization in the United States. There are book lists, games, articles, brochures, and more! If you use the link from this paragraph, it will take you to the main site where you can find resources. These are GREAT for parents!
If you follow the Reading Planet link, you will go to the child version of RIF for 6+ years old. There is a 0-5 year old section, too. You can find this by following the top link, click on "Kids" in the top right. It gives more options.
Illustrate a story - download and then draw a picture to illustrate it
Bookplates - print, color, glue in your books
Reading Monthly Calendar - This appears to not work at this time!
Coloring Book - interactive online coloring book
Some games you find include...
Sink It 'n Solve It
Book Zone - Watch and listen to online books, get book lists, see and write reviews
Express Yourself - More of a social area that you probably won't use as much with younger kids.
I started off with the intent to do George's Big Day. I am going to link that to the blog (check the bottom of the post), but I am going to talk about another site I discovered this week!
*Edit* It WAS Cookie.com, but I have had 0 luck in pulling up the games today. I will contact them to see what is going on. As soon as I get some feedback, I will edit this post!
Not to disappoint! Here is George's Big Day, if you were looking forward to that! Follow George as he goes on a very busy adventure! There are 16 interactive whiteboard games that are geared for pre-K through 1st grade. Each game describes the skills and gives teachers tips on what to ask them as you are playing.
Don't worry Kindergarten teachers (and some firsties!), I haven't forgotten about you! There are great sites out there for your kiddos, too! Michelle over at HubPages has a great website with Smartboard Lessons for Kindergarteners.
Some of her activities:
Follow this link for all of her great resources!
Fifth grade teacher in a 1:1 iPad classroom, sharing my journey with technology in the classroom