Here are some good websites to support your learning.
This is the online program connected to our reading series. We take the weekly tests on this site, but there are some games and activities that can be done at home to practice reading and vocabulary skills. Click on the "Explore" button and do just that--explore! Each student has an individual username. This, along with the password, was given to students at the beginning of the year.
This is the online math resource site. The student book, iTools, games, and tests are found on this site.
All of the spelling lists we will use throughout the year are on this site. I do not subscribe to the site so you can only do the free activities. However, you can take the test as practice, as well as play several fun games. There is no username or password.
This is one of my favorite sites! There are lessons and games for almost every subject. My favorite is the U.S. Geography section. This is a great way to practice the locations of the 50 states. Visit this site often!
This is a great site for practicing reading comprehension skills. Students read a passage and answer questions. The BEST and most HELPFUL part of this site is the "show explanation" button. I require students to go through every question and click on this button to learn why the answers are correct/incorrect and where to find that information in the passage. Each student has a username and password.
This is used mainly for math during the school day, but there are also reading lessons.Each student has a username and password.
THIS IS A WORK IN PROGRESS. IT IS NOT READY FOR STUDENT USE YET.
Quizlet is an online flash card/study/game site. I have not yet created any of my own sets, but I have added sets created by other teachers. Follow the link above and test yourself or play games. Right now, I only have social studies sets saved to my class.
Where is Nebraska Territory?
Link to fun logic games such as Rush Hour.