Useful Links

 

Here is some useful information on the useful links found on this page on the upper left side.

Remind: Sign up so you will be aware of what is happening in the school and the classroom.
Go Math: This is the program we use in the classroom. Students can access pages from their books (My Library section), or practice skills on MM or mega math exercises.
Math Facts: This is a new program in the district it is like a video game which brings each student forward with math skills. It starts with addition and the student will not move up to subtraction until addition is mastered. From subtraction the program will take them through multiplication then division.  If asked for a SiteCode, use 3605280.

Raz Kids: This website offers many features. There is a reading section (leveled to the student) with many different titles to choose from. There is also a science, writing and vocabulary section. Look through it read what you like. The point here is to read. You may also write and practice your vocabulary skills.  You must put in your class code: lbeardl
iRead : This program is used daily in class. Students read and answer questions to hone their reading skills. The program keeps track of the students progress and activities will be generated to reflect progress.  20 minutes a day, up to 1 hour a week is what is recommended.
Mystery Science: This is a fun website which has experiments and science based activities. We do not use this in class but it has a high level of interest for the kids.
Brain Pop: This website along with it's "younger sibling" Brainpop jr is a great resource to support any topic. From ELA grammar to the  Corona Virus this website has short videos geared toward elementary school children. It also has a quiz or game at the end of each video.
Elevate Science: This program is what we use in the classroom.  It parallels the workbook and has digital pages to match. Students should feel free to explore and complete anything we have touched on in class. At this time that would include the matter topics 1 & 2. This series is published by Pearson, hence the two names for the science. Sorry for any confusion that causes.
Digital Subscriptions: This is a quick link to the districts subscription web page. Feel free to check anything out you like.  The ones I highlighted on this page are the links I am most familiar with, but if you see something of interest check it out. There are many choices for you.
Mystery Doug Science: This is  website which targets elementary school aged students. Children call Doug and ask him a science based question which he then answers through exploration, activities, or explanation. 

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