Websites for homelearning!If a link doesn't work, please let Ms. Quinn know.enVisions Math
Visit the following website for our daily math lessons, homework, and skill practice:Info on a variety of subjects:READING AND LANGUAGE ARTS WEBSITESRead with Clifford online:Word Builder (practice building words):There are other types of games on this site.Fun Brain reading games:Character trading cards:Book Adventures (search for books by reading level or interest):Wacky Web Tales:Write Your Own Play:Noun Practice:Contractions:
Noun and Verb Sorting:
http://www.spellingcity.com/ SpellingCity.comSpelling Word Search TemplateMATH WEBSITESProblem Solving with Max:Math Magician (test your math skills against the clock):Fraction practice:Think Math:COMPUTER PRACTICE
Learn about mouse skills with these...
For fun, practice your mouse skills on...
AstronomyCreate Your Own Interactive Math GameWriting - Brain PopSocial StudiesMath & Language ArtsPrimary Games - Games and Activities for all Content AreasI Know That!
- Bees & Honey*
Practice moving the mouse, clicking, and finally use drag & drop
- Freida Fillet
Practice mouse control to see if you can safely maneuver Freida through the dangers of the sea
- Take a Trip
Stay on the path and make it to the finish line. Do you have each of the landmarks in your community?
- Berenstain Bears Dress-Up
Drag and drop.
- Dress the Doggie
Click, drag & drop, and listen.
- Buzzing With Shapes*
- Adventures with Nash or Flick
- Crayola Match'n Madness*
- ABC Match
- Spelling Match
With or without timer.
Writing Web Sites
A cute website to publish your writing! It is also great for reading other childrenâ€™s writing.
This site allows you to type in a word and it will give you rhyming words, synonyms, antonyms, or a definition for the word.
This website has a creative page that you can post your stories/poems. There is a central theme (problem) about a character and you can send in solutions on how to solve the problem.
You can read and solve mysteries or write an ending to the mysteries.
A series of vocabulary words for different grade levels. You have to choose the definition that they think the word is.
A cute game to reinforce the parts of speech. The game has two levels.
EXCELLENT site! Interactive 5 minute movies on various topics. Some of the writing topics include: show not tell, run-on sentences, prewriting, similes/metaphors, writing process, conventions, parts of speech, dialogue, sequence, and writing genres.
This site is similar to Mad Libs. You choose a story and fill in the parts of speech. Click "make story"and you are able to read the wacky story that you just created.
Excellent poetry site. You can read models of different types of poetry and write your own poetry.
Students can read, listen to, and create poems. They also meet the twins and when they go into the simile satellite. Students can also create poems by filling in the blanks.
Cute songs for grammar. All lyrics are listed on website and you can listen to them!
It has story starters with picture prompts to encourage writing.
This page, Writing Bugs, offers many story starters. If you click on the story starter, you can download it on fancy paper.
A teacher resource site. This site has technology websites and articles.
Proofreading site. Very good!
Great site. Offers MANY websites for different skills in all areas.
Amazon Books http://www.amazon.com
Electric Library http://www.elibrary.com/
The Children's Literature Web Guide http://www.ucalgary.ca/~dkbrown/
Children's Literature Page http://www.scils.rutgers.edu/special/kay/childlit.html
The Magic SchoolBus http://www.scholastic.com/MagicSchoolBus
Internet Safety and Filters
Parental Control Resources http://www.safekids.com
SurfWatch Internet Filter http://www1.surfwatch.com
America Links Up http://www.americalinksup.org
Maps and References
Research It http://www.itools.com/research-it
American Library Association http://www.ala.org
Ask an Expert http://www.askanexpert.com/askanexpert
Bartlett's Familiar Quotations http://www.columbia.edu/acis/bartleby/bartlett
Britannica Internet Guide http://www.ebig.com
Bibliographic Formats for Citing Electronic Information http://www.uvm.edu/~ncrane/estyles
My Virtual Reference Desk http://www.refdesk.com
Internet Public Library http://ipl.sils.umich.edu
Ultraseek (Infoseek): http://guidep.infoseek.com/Home?pg=ultra_home.html&lk=noframes&nh=25
Education World Search Engine http://www.education-world.com/
Dejanews - searches the Internet newsgroups http://www.dejanews.com/
MIT Geographic Nameserver Database http://www.mit.edu:8001/geo
*Kid's Search Engines
Lycos for Kids http://www.lycos.com/kids
Inference Find http://www.inference.com/ifind/
All-in-One Search Page http://www.albany.net/allinone/
General LinksHelping your Child With Homework http://www.ed.gov/pubs/parents/Homework/
Parents Guide to the Internet http://www.ed.gov/pubs/parents/internet/
700 Great Sites for Kids and the Adults that Care About Them
A Resource Directory of Learning Partners,Reading Sites, and Other Literacy Organizations that Serve Children and Their Families http://www.ed.gov/Family/JustAddKids/
Parenting Family Education Network
Children Now's Directory of Children's Issues on the World Wide Web
The Learning Company
Strong Families, Strong Schools: Building Community Partnerships for Learning
Summer Home Learning Recipes (K-3; 4-5; 6-8; 9-12) http://www.ed.gov/pubs/Recipes/
Team Up for Kids! How Schools Can Support Family Involvement in Education
- Bees & Honey*