Google Classroom - The PLT is utilizing this site as a home page for online assignments. Students know their login and how to use the site through Google.
Moby Max - Our learners are using this website to work in all curriculum areas, both in the classroom and beyond. They will have weekly assignments on this site.
McGraw-Hill - This is the online version of all of our math curriculum. Here you can find help, Home Links, practice pages, and games. There is no link because students must log into their Google Drive page, then use the 'waffle' in the corner to click 'more' and find the red, square app.
Khan Academy - This website is an online resource using video tutorials to teach anything math/science related at all age levels. Great for parents that have forgotten concepts.
KenKen/Inky Puzzles - As a fun way to practice basic math skills and logic, KenKens can be printed from this website.
Xtra Math - This site is a wonderful place for students to play games to practice basic facts. If parents wish, I can set up a specific lesson plan for your child to follow on this site.
Mr. Nussbaum Learning and Fun - The ultimate in speed math challenges. This site has speed tests for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division! Excellent for practicing facts!
IXL Math Practice - This high quality site lists math concepts by skills set nationally. The assessments will keep track of your progress.
Fraction Practice - This link provides a list of 100s of games to help students practice fractions; from basic to more complicated.
Fun Brain - A plethora of fun! This website provides games for students to practice skills in all academic areas. You can also search for games by topic.
Science and Social Studies
Current Moon Phases- This site shows the daily phase of the moon. Very helpful for our study of the Moon.
iCivics- This social studies site is a great resource for learning about how our government works. Run for president, make new laws, argue real cases!
Spelling City - While you do have to create a log in for this site, it is a free way to practice spelling words. Students can enter their words and the site will create games and activities for the student to use to practice.
Purple Game (Math Magic Mixer)- This game is one from my childhood that was often play in math class. Mine happens to be purple, hence the name. Using the outside dice you try to add, subtract, multiply, and divide to reach the goal number in the middle. Hours of fun!