I may answer my own question here, but here goes. I am looking for an easy way to provide my first graders (urban, low socio-economic, non-computer homes) with links to the sites they can access during computer rotations. While I might have 2 or 3 who have an idea about how to use a computer, I generally have to teach them everything from what is a mouse on. I have 4-6 student computers in my room. They are networked, but we don't have a common server for storage. It gets really old going to each computer and setting up shortcuts & icons each time we change topics, but if I have too many on the desktop, they get lost in them. I'm planning on having "computer experts" next year, so the kids can "ask three, then ask me," because last year, I got a lot of "Mrs. Whatley, I need help!" when they had accidentally exited the site/program, and all they needed to do was get back in. I guess I'm mainly trying to streamline the process of changing what they have access to, make my students more self-sufficient on the computers, and make it easier to provide access to truly topical activities for my kiddos. Does any of this make sense? I've thought of making a website, but am concerned about which of the free sites the school's censor program will allow my students to access from school (we don't have access to the school during the summer). I am hoping to include access to powerpoints, kidspiration, and smartboard files as well, although I may just have to do those by manually pasting them onto the desktops when needed. I'm also looking for (free) resources for teaching primary students about computers. There, I don't want much, do I?