Here are some great math and science resources. Just click the red words and they should bring you to the websites!
I-ready: Please have you son log on 15 minutes every night for math and reading. The lessons online are differentiated to help your son work on what ever they are currently struggling in.
Mad Minutes: If you are looking for an additional resource to practice mad minutes this website is amazing. You can make and print practice worksheets to help your son practice.
Think Central: Every student has their login as well as password glued into the front of their agenda. Think central is a great way to access the math and science textbook at home. There are also additional resources on think central to use at home.
Xtra Math : Xtra Math is a great program for fluency. I sent out a letter to every parent on 8/17/16 with directions to log on.
Splash Math: Splash Math is a really fun and interactive math game. Students can pick the topics that we are working on in class and earn points/ coins throughout the game. This game has excellent visuals.
Study Jams: Study jams is an awesome resource for math & science. There are videos explaining concepts we are talking about in class, as well as fun math and science games.
Prodigy: Prodigy is a an interactive and fun math game for all ages. You build a character in the beginning and travel though different lands battling and playing math games.
Sumdog: Sumdog is another great game for math. I am still working on adding all the students into the class, but there is a free option to play as well. I will update you more on this website when I finish uploading the classes!
BrainPop: BrainPop has a lot of math and science videos for students to watch and review. Each video also has an easy and hard quiz for students to take to see if they understand the material. In addition, I will be making some quizzes based off what we are learning in class for students to use as review as well. In order to access BrainPop you will need to enroll in my classes. I will post the steps below! I will also send out an email explaining how to do it!
Epic! Books for Kids: I love Epic! This is a great site to access ebooks and read online. The program has students fill out a survey before they start reading and asks them what types of books they like to read. After the survey EPIC! will suggest books for the student. Once they have an account, they can personalize it and make their own characters and themes. Epic! also keeps track of how fast the student is reading and will have them slow down when they are reading too fast. If you want more information or want to join my class (I already have a class set up) send me an email!