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Other Ed Tech Resources

LGUSD is committed to integrating technology into all aspects of the curriculum.
Teachers please connect to the District Intranet to access technology integration lesson ideas.

Best Search Engines for Students

All Grades K-8


Tracked typing courses for kids


History/Social Science

US Constitution

Language Arts



Photo, Video, Audio & Clip Art Resources

Web Resources by Grade Level

All Grades K-5


First Grade

Second Grade

Third Grade

Fourth Grade

Help 10 year old Annie Biggs find her father in the Mission
See if you have what it takes to strike it rich during the Gold Rush Era.
Learn about California's, Forty-niners and the Gold Rush Fever
  • Quotations
    Use this topics directory to find quotations

Fifth Grade

Sixth Grade

Seventh Grade

  • FOSSWeb
    Interactive activities, a newsletter, and other great projects and resources.
  • Cells Alive!
    An interactive website about cells and nuclei
  • Cow's Eye Dissection
    Watch online. Learn more about eyes or do your own dissection.

Think Green

  • Energy Consumption – Explore this simulation to see how much energy is needed to heat and cool homes in different cities in the US at different times of the year.
  • Power Up! – Explore this interactive to find out about the different energy sources used to produce electricity in the United States.
  • Future Power – Help determine what fuel source a community should use to keep costs low and produce the least carbon dioxide.
  • How to Light Up a Room – Different properties of window covers affect how much light is absorbed, reflected, and transmitted. Explore how five kinds of window covers affect the light that enters a room.
  • Mineral Resources – Explore how mineral resources are in everyday objects.

Eighth Grade

Digital Citizenship

Digital Identity

Digital Literacy – Internet

Digital Literacy – Productivity

Digital Literacy – Creativity



National Educational Technology Standards

The National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) are published by the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE).