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The following Websites are beneficial to Grade K-5 students, and Memorial School encourages parents to assist their children in using these educational sites:
Scholastic Flashlight Readers --An interactive site with elements that bring setting and characters to life while supporting key skills--comprehension, vocabulary, organizing ideas, writing, and more. Follow the link to the Scholastic home page for teacher, parent, and student resources.
Flashlight Readers :
Scholastic Home Page :
Online Basic Skills Games :
Internet4Classrooms --A large collection of grade level skills help pages:
Clifford's Interactive Storybooks --from Scholastic, simple stories and games to teach reading skills:
Read Me a Book --This is a wonderful site for older beginning readers or ESL, but the phonics lessons would be good for young children, too. Has daily letters, daily sounds, and books or chapters, all read aloud.
Starfall--Starfall.com is a great beginning reading site. Short and long vowel sounds, consonants, simple stories, all presented in a colorful way. Free materials are available for order.
Houghton Mifflin English--A very colorful interactive sie with instruction and gamnes on a variety of English topics. A very well-done site for Grades K-5.
Early Literature --Poems, rhymes, raps, fingerplays, and chants to use with young children:
Saxon Publishers--Select a grade level from the links on the left-hand side of the page to access the interactive games, puzzles, and practice problems. Some activities require Shockwave, but a link is provided for you to click and download the plug-in:
Book-Pop--Web-Enhanced Reading Adventure:
Math Cats--Math games:
provides drill on basic facts
Number Cruncher--Fast facts in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. There are three different skill levels, which makes this site appropriate for grades 1-6. Select from the following four sites and then select a level:
Challenger--All four operations in one:
ARandom House Dr.Seuss site that focuses on early math skills (K-2):
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives for Interactive Math--
This site is for all grade levels preK-12, and is quite amazing. It has graphical representations fo most manipulatives used in the math curriculum, and it lets students move them and work with them via the computer mouse:
Piggy Bank--A fun game for K-4 to learn to count money:
This site provides basic shapes to copy and cut out to use as manipulatives and when studying fractions:
These pages illustrate and provide interactive arithmetic exercises and problems. They contain a series of basic math lessons:
Math Games--A collection of four different sites, these provide good math practice for K-2:
Aunty Math--Math challenges for K-5 learners:
Education 4 Kids
--This site allows your to describe the type of flashcards you wnat in your drill, and then you click to begin the drill:
Check back with this site every now and then--I will add new sites as I become aware of them!