Here is a list of some websites that provide erichment opportunites for gifted students.Symbaloo- Educational ResourcesTechRocketYou can take free classes on gaming, coding, and graphic design.
CourseraAccess to free online courses.Games for Changehttp://www.gamesforchange.org/Catalyzing Social Impact Through Digital GamesBrian Housand- 60in60Content resources, creative outlets, and more!Diy.orgCSI: Web AdventuresBased on the T.V. series, this immersive adventure allows you to solve your own forensics case. Levels range from beginner to advanced.ScratchDesigned for kids age 8 to 16, Scratch is a place where you can program your own interactive stories, games and animations. A project of the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab.Hoagie's Gifted Education PageOn this website it's easy to find a contest that suits you!Cogito (Connecting Young Thinkers Around the World)
This site is an online community for academically talented youth. On Cogito, you can learn about amazing scientists your own age, what they're doing and how they managed to do it. You can read news and features on topics ranging from global warming to bioethics to nanotechnology. You can explore the intersection of science and the arts, from computer animation to science fiction. You can find great resources including recommended web sites and webcasts, and searchable listings of summer and distance-education programs, internships, and academic competitions. And if you are a member, you can participate in online interviews with experts in various fields and in discussion forums with other members like you.SIG- Summer Institute for the Gifted
The mission of the Summer Institute for the Gifted is to provide the highest quality educational and social opportunities for academically gifted and talented students though programs designed to meet their abilities and needs. This website also supplies a great deal of educational resources for families and students.HAAC’s Theater for Young People
HACC offers summer class in the following: acting, creative drama, improvisational theater, theater makeup, puppetry, mask making, scenic and costume design, theater dance styles, etc.
Center for Talented Youth Summer Programs
Johns Hopkins summer programs offer eligible students from all over the country and around the world the opportunity to engage in challenging academic work in the company of peers who share their exceptional abilities and love of learning.
iTunes U, part of the iTunes Store, is possibly the world’s greatest collection of free educational media available to students, teachers, and lifelong learners. With over 200,000 educational audio and video files available, iTunes U* has quickly become the engine for the mobile learning movement. It puts the power of the iTunes Store in the hands of qualifying universities so they can distribute their educational media to their students or to the world.