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Reading Resources

Reading Rockets: An extensive library of lessons centered on fluency, oral language, phonemic awareness, reading comprehension, and other literacy skills.

Storyline online: This website hosts videos of well-known actors like Eva Longoria and Wanda Sykes, reading children’s books aloud.

 Into the Book: This website provides reading comprehension activities in English and Spanish. The website includes short 15-minute videos that assist students with strategies like visualization and summarizing.  

Math Resources

Prodigy: Free math website. Prodigy Math is a web-based math program promoting game-based learning

Combined Resources

Study Island: An online resource designed to support and monitor mastery of state standards for students in the subjects of reading, writing, mathematics, science and social studies.

IXL Worldwide: Provides fun exercises for mathematics, language arts, science, and social studies.

FUN BRAINChildren with learning disabilities can watch lesson videos and practice their skills in attention-grabbing games. Game directions are conveniently illustrated to assist struggling readers too. 

STARFALL: Young children diagnosed with learning disabilities will find fun activities and lessons from letter recognition, phonics skills, and full-length books. 

Sheppard Software: Nice website for reading and math games

 AdaptedMind: Students will discover hundreds of fun reading and math activities illustrated by goofy monsters.

 Do2Learn: Provides parents with access thousands of free elementary-level worksheets for literacy, math, visual discrimination, behavior management, and more.

SOLpass: SOLpass has study guides, review games, and practice tests/quizzes for the students to use for Reading and Math.

Other links and resources

The following sites are still available to your child through their Clever login:

Khan Academy
Brain Pop
Lexia

ABCMouse.com is also offering their educational resources FREE for 30 days! Check it out

K12 also lists some valuable resources available to students in light of the Coronavirus School Closings. Check out the link below.
https://www.k12.com/coronavirus.html

Scholastic Learn at Home
Scholastic has provided ~20 days worth of free reading activities including passages, activities, and virtual field trips for students to work through at home.

Scholastic Write a Book Review
Students can use this link to write a book review on a book they have read and submit it to Scholastic's website.