At home, you play an important role in your student’s academic success. You are a valuable resource for your child. The websites provided below are not an all- inclusive list, but are intended to provide quality resources for you to support your child’s learning.
- https://www.readingrockets.org/reading_research_guides_resources --- Research, guides and resources for supporting reading.
- https://www2.ed.gov/parents/read/resources/edpicks.jhtml --- Reading resources for parents.
- https://www.scholastic.com/parents/home.html --- Reading tips for parents; 7 tips to keep reading exciting and enjoyable for children.
- https://www.cravenk12.org/Domain/231 --- This site briefly discusses North Carolina’s Read to Achieve law. Ask your child’s teacher if you have any questions.
- https://www.engageny.org/resource/grade-3-mathematics --- EngageNY is a research based resource that third grade implements to teach mutiplication, division and fractions. Use this resource to see what your child is working on!
- http://nlvm.usu.edu --- This site lets your child use virtual manipulatives such as base 10 blocks, bar graphs, fraction bars, money, etc. This would be a good tool to use in conjunction with homework/ extra practice if your student is struggling with a concept.
- http://www.eduplace.com/kids/mhm/testprep/gr3/index.html --- This site can provide extra math practice for grades 3-5. Change the “gr3” to “gr4” or “gr5” for different grades.
- http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/ --- This site has interactive games and activities for most math objectives. Computer needs Java to operate.
Both Reading & Math:
- https://www.education.com/guided-lessons/ --- choose the grade and scroll down to reading to learn more about lessons your student can practice for mastery of a skill.
- https://www.gamequarium.com ---this site is for K-6 and provides online practices and activities for reading comprehension and math skills.
Miss Rachel Roccuzzo