RAZ Kids (Learning A-Z) is a fluency website that allows students to listen to stories on their level, read the stories into the microphone so they can hear themselves, and even check comprehension with story questions. Students have created their own password, but have to enter the teacher information below:
Lexia is a fantastic website for language arts skills that we work on two times a week during our technology time. At the beginning of the year, students are placed at their need level. They can work through the levels at their own pace and are encouraged to work on Lexia at home.Renaissance for Math Facts in a Flash and AR book find
Students can use the home link for Renaissance by practicing their math facts (it will not transfer to school, so this is only for practice) and managing their AR goals (students can only take AR tests at school).
Parents can keep updated on their child's progress with Math Facts in a Flash and AR by adding their email address to get updates when your child takes a test or passes a level.AR Book Finder
Want to know if a book you have at home is AR or if it's on your child's level? Here's your website to check!Tumblebooks
Password: booksImagine It reading text book
Students have their username and password taped in their agenda. This site allows you to see the reading textbook online to read the weekly story or have it read to you. There are also vocabulary and spelling words games that students can play. It's a fantastic website, so make sure to use it!Spelling City
Find the week's story that we are on to view the spelling list or play games!Dictionary
A great website for DOL and Mt. Language help!Alphabetizer
Another great website for DOL and Mt. Language.Starfall
Starfall is a wonderful reading website.Book It
Book It starts in October and ends in March. This website has various parent resources that you are more than welcome to use.Brain Pop
Brain Pop is a fun website that has everything educational and fun!