• Interactive Quizzes-   Great practice for the CAASPP.
     
    Rosetta Stone    Link to learn English. 
     
    Houghton Mifflin Reading   Pre-K–6 resources for teachers, students, and families to support instruction in the classroom and at home
     
    My Access   Interactive writing program that allow students to write, revise and will grade their ideas.
     
    Keyboard Lessons  This is a fun site to learn how to type.

    Learning Games for Kids-  This a fun site for learning how to type. Start with level 1 and follow the directions.

    ABCYA.com-  This is a great website for activities designed for elementary students.
     
     Starfall- Fabulous digital reading program for beginning readers of English.
     
     IXL- Practice that feels like playing (2nd-8th)
     
    Think Central  Students can now read their Houghton Mifflin Textbook from home! 
     
    Sight Words List A-E - Students can learn their sight words.
     
    Sight Word List F-N  - Students can learn their sight words
     
    Sight Word List O-X - Students can learn their sight words
     
     
    Book Adventure - Take practice A.R. tests
     
    Google - Search Engine
     
    Solo Voyager Learning - Journey through the reading expeditons. (reading intervention program)  
     
    Learn Zillion- Help prepare for Common Core. 
     
    Merriam-Webster’s-Famous dictionary site. Has word search and pronunciation ability.
     
    Word Central -is formatted for children.
     
    SpellingCity- Allows students and teachers to generate their own list of words for students to practice spelling, put into sentences, and play games.

    Write Me a Story- Try your skills, share your imagination, read fun stories, and maybe even get published on the Internet.

    Read, Write, Think.org- offers a collection of online Student Materials to support literacy learning in the K-12 classroom. these interactive tools can be used to supplement a variety of lessons and provide an opportunity for students to use technology while developing their literacy skills. Click on the name of each interactive lesson for a brief description of the tool and a list of the ReadWriteThink lessons that use the tool. From there you'll also be able to directly access the tool and use it in your classroom.

    Flip-a-Chip- (Grades 6-8) Flip-a-Chip is a novel approach to word study that promotes vocabulary development. The activity provides hands-on practice with affixes and roots. It promotes comprehension through structural analysis and vocabulary in context.

    Giggle Poetry- The #1 fun poetry site for kids on the web.

    The Sign Language Alphabet- Learn to finger spell the American Sign Language Alphabet.

    Between the Lions- read many exciting stories online and then enjoy the games and activities related to each story.
     
    Vocab Journey- Learn, play, master your vocabulary words.
     
    Arcademic Skill Builders- Our research-based and standards-aligned free educational math games and language arts games will engage, motivate, and help teach students. Click a button below to play our free multi-player and single-player games! In the future we'll add features enabling you to save records, tailor content for differentiated instruction, and pinpoint student problem areas.