• Click on some technology tools
    Many of my students have accounts to the following online programs. Please contact me for specific log in user names and passwords.  
    IXL is a comprehensive, standards-aligned math and language arts practice program offering unlimited problems in thousands of skills. One of the best things about IXL is that you may use it from school and from home!
    Bookshare is an accessible online library  
     Moby Curriculum teaches students to be better problem solvers, critical thinkers, and creative geniuses with thousands of cognitive skill manipulatives. Moby has students think and discover rather than just be told.
    Resources For Parents
    Practicing Language Arts
    Get some practice with letters and words! Click the spoon to stir the goop and see what comes out of it. Decide what letter of the alphabet the word starts with, and drag it to the box for that letter. Keep playing to try more objects and letters! 
    Essay Map
    This is a helpful site for students who like to write! It is a graphic organizer to guide you in developing an outline for your essay, which includes an introductory statement, main ideas you want to discuss or describe, supporting details, and a conclusion that summarizes the main ideas. You can also click the Review My Map button and preview what you've written, return to the map for revisions, or print the completed map. 
    Teachers and librarians can confidently encourage students to use Funbrain during their free time in class, assured that kids will enjoy an educational, safe online learning experience. Funbrain's games help students build on what they have learned in class and acquire new skills in reading.
    Practicing Math
    Addition and Subtraction
    Oh boy, does Molly ever need your help! This is a fun interactive game that will challenge your addition and subtraction skills. Get ready for the deep, dark chamber as you travel with Molly.
    Comparing Money
    Have fun counting your money with this cool game! Type the value of each group of coins, and then pick the group that is worth more. After this activity, start your own piggy bank and practice counting your money every day!