Here is a great site to practice our mad minutes. It's alot of fun and it challenges the children! There are also great links to other math and language art skills that can challenge the children as well. Have Fun!
The school uses the computer program
o Log onto http://www.studyisland.com/
o Childrens user name is first initial last name @linc (Example [email protected])
o Password- children were given a password at school (you can always email me if they forgot)
o Grades 3, 4, & 5 have Language Arts and Math sections- Grade 4 also has science
Check out this website- it is a catalogue of free educational videos and you can filter it according to your childs age! http://www.watchknow.org/
You will be surprised how much fun they will have to challenge themselves!
-The New Jersey Library Network has created a site for New Jersey Residents. This site consists of free 24/7 live help.
Think of any question that you may have from home improvements to gardening to any question you can think of. Q and A is designed to provide fast answers for your questions, using information found on the internet and in databases funded by Libraries.
They also have on their site live homework Tutors for up to 20 minutes of help for grades 4 to12. They are live tutors that are Certified Teachers and students enrolled in a 4 year college program. This site is really worth saving. Try it out....it's great.
The web site is:
click here www.QandANJ.org
-Here is a great web site where children are excited to learn to read.
They can explore with you different areas and have fun while not realizing that they are learning.
You can click here to explore this web site. www.starfall.com.
We have found a great collection of web sites with parenting information and advice.
A very complete guide to children's health, divided into different areas for kids, ...
Check it out! Click on the link below.
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