This page contains free software offers. It's worth keeping an eye on it, as from time to time there will be special offers available.
Crocodile Elementary - now called Yenka Basic Circuits, is well worth a download.

ABCya! is a leader in free & exciting computer activities for elementary students to learn on the web. All educational computer games and activities were created or approved by certified teachers! Activities are modeled from primary grade lessons and enhanced to provide an interactive way to learn. The activities incorporate content areas such as math and reading while introducing basic computer skills.

The sites that follow are as entertaining as they are educational so you can be sure that they will bring the fun factor to your elementary music lessons.

Elementary interactive website for students to use on IWB or computer to learn about fractions. Fractions are available by recognizing/comparing & decimals/percents.

Teachers are conditioned to tolerate a lot of abuse-it's a professional hazard-but what faculty members at Sir G. E. Cartier Elementary School in London, Ontario, went through last spring seems beyond the call of duty: a few of them agreed to be duct-taped to a gym wall while students hit them in the face with pies. Why on earth would they do that? To raise $3,000-enough cash for an interactive whiteboard, the most coveted piece of educational technology on the market right now.

EBSCO has created a search interface designed specifically for elementary/middle school students according to their needs and search abilities. The Kids Search interface combines a state-of-the-art search engine (powered by EBSCOhost®) with a child-friendly, graphically-rich design that is both powerful and fun to use.

From addition words and elementary math to geometry vocabulary and every type of number word in between, students can find the right list right here with all the math definitions they need to be successful in math.

"What it is: IDroo is an educational multi user whiteboard that lets students instantly collaborate online. Everything that is drawn or written on the whiteboard is visible to all participants in real-time. IDroo supports an unlimited number of meeting participants, the only limitations are computer power and internet connection speed. There is a professional math typing tool built-in making it easy to teach or work through math problems collaboratively. Best of all, IDroo can be used with Skype! IDroo is free for non-commercial use. Now for the downfall (and this is a HUGE downfall in my humble opinion), IDroo is currently only available for Windows. I know, disappointment for us Mac lovers. *sigh* If you are using a Windows computer this is a great way to collaborate online!
How to integrate IDroo into the classroom: IDroo would be a great app for collaborating with other classrooms around the world. Students can use the multi user whiteboard space to work together, share ideas, and brainstorm. IDroo would also be fantastic as a way for teachers to tutor students virtually. Set up an "open lab" time once a week online where students can drop in and get extra help. Virtual lab times are especially helpful for elementary students who can't dictate their own schedules and often can't stay after school for extra help.
Tips: Don't forget to allow IDroo to access Skype API after you download!" iLearn Technology