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There is so much hype about Common Core these days! Unfortunately, all you see on Facebook is not true. This is the official website that explains the Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How of the Common Core State Standards. I recommend that you check out the video link in the upper right hand corner for a quick intro.
Common Core State Standards are new to all of us! This website is full of reading materials, resources, and assessments that you can use to help your students improve their scores in reading comprehension as far as the new SBAC and CCSS are concerned!
Washington State University has put together this online program that allows students from preschool to 10th grade to learn how to read better, faster. Kid-friendly programming allow the student to utilize the tutoring alone! There is a cost to this program, however it is less than half of other tutoring programs.
This nifty little pop-up website allows you to choose the mathematical operation, and to what limit you want to practice! You can either time yourself to see how fast you can get, or you can go untimed just to practice!
The Curriculum used in most of our classrooms here at Meadows includes Making Meaning. At this website, you will find all the vocabulary words learned at each grade level and week of lesson! It puts all the words in a nice crossword puzzle, which makes learning the word fun!
This website is great for older students when they start to learn the parts of speech! Full of games and exercises, this website will allow students to have fun while they practice learning new parts of the English Language!
This website is designed to teach children how to read using phonics. It is perfect for preschoolers, kindergarten, first, and second grades. It is also a great resource for special education students or students who are learning English as a foreign language!
This is a youth reading program. Here you will find a wonderful collection of books that are read aloud. Either the book is read in a video format, or the story book itself appears with a reader's voice from behind.
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