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7th Grade

8th Grade

These supply lists are subject to change/modification as each teacher may have specific needs; please check with your child’s teacher at open house for an updated list.

If you would like to donate any supplies for other students, please drop them off at the front office or counselors' office. 

Some of the best educational sites for middle school students are free. For parents, check out these sites and bookmark the ones you like. These educational sites for middle schoolers are directories and guides to great educational sites. Bookmarking these free educational sites now will alleviate frustration and save time for both you and your middle schooler.

First Gov for Kids is a gateway to free educational web sites for middle schoolers, mostly operated by the U.S. Government. Categories include Arts, Computers, Government, Health, History, Math and Science, and Plants and Animals.

Ben's Guide to [U.S.] Government for Kids is a great free educational site for middle schoolers, as well as other age groups. The web site is broken down into specific age groups. Topics that middle schoolers will find on this free educational web site include Branches of Government, Election Process, Citizenship, a glossary, Historical Documents, Our Nation, and How Laws are Made.

Encyclopedia Smithsonian is an incredible free educational web site for middle schoolers and others which covers "Art to Zoology," all with links to and information from the Smithsonian Institution. This site is basically a kid-friendly index with topics such as Dinosaurs, First Ladies, Egyptian Mummies and Mollusks. Some of the sites within the Smithsonian may provide challenges to the younger student, but they are well-designed and worth visiting, perhaps accompanied by a parent, older sibling or a teacher.

InfoPlease Homework Center is dense, informative free educational site for the more mature middle school student. The web site has fewer graphical elements than Yahooligans! and covers more serious topics. InfoPlease is a great free educational site where students will find Almanacs, an Atlas, Encyclopedia, Dictionary and Thesaurus. Subjects include a Daily Almanac, The Fifty States, History & Government, World & News, and Society and Culture. Your middle school student and older students will find what they need on this free educational web site.

Enchanted Learning is on the other end of the age spectrum. For younger middle school students and elementary students, this free educational web site is very colorful, fun and easy to navigate. With pictures of a panda, a butterfly and a dinosaur even your youngest student will be able to click in the right place.

With any web sites, parents should visit them first, and check in on kids' while online. These free educational web sites are a great starting place for middle schoolers looking for facts for their assignments.

All external links are intended for educational purposes only. Adobe Middle School and Elko County School District are not responsible for questionable or controversial content that may be found through links external to this site.