Student Links

Coding Links


Minecraft HOUR OF CODE!!

Useful links
Michigan eLibrary

Reading and Language Arts 
Folktales- for iPad station
Biographies for Kids-
Book Wizard- This website will help you find books that interest you at your level
Spelling City- This website will help you practice grade level words. 
Storyline Online- Listen to actors read books online

Character Scrapbook- an interactive way to learn about character traits.
Scholastic Kids- visit The Stacks for book reviews, games, and videos.
ReadWriteThink- the after school section for parents and kids has many resources that help with comprehension
The Poem Farm- get to know the poetry of Amy Ludwig Vanderwater before she visits Wealthy later this year
Story Starters- a fun way to write silly stories
Comic Creator- turn stories into comics
Tumblebooks- have stories read to you with animation 
Chris Van Allsburg- author study for the month of December
Harris Burdick Stories

Go Math- our curriculum's interactive site
iTools- Computer based manipulatives that correlates with our math curriculum.
Student Textbook- you can find all workbook pages, homework, and games here!IXL- Username: firsnamelastname676   Password: math
Fact Monster- practice basic facts here!
Funbrain Math- awesome games.
Gamequarium- Game to practice different math skills. Just click on the skill you would like to practice to find games
Math Mayham- Website where you can find challenging math problems. You can even challenge kids from around the world!
Cash Out!- Practice making change on this website


Social Studies-
Map Maker

Typing Practice Websites 
Keyboard Climber- See how high you can get the monkey by practicing your keyboarding skills
Bubble Typing- Type the letters to pop the bubbles
Key Man- This game is like Pac-Man except you use letter keys to move instead of arrows

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