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Web Sites for Students


Projects
 
Glogster EDU - Students create online posters including backgrounds, titles, pictures, video, sound, descriptions, and web links. Classes can view their classmates projects and learn more about topics their classmates have completed posters about.
 
 

 
Spelling

 

Spelling City - Practice Spelling words with Test Me, Teach Me, and Play a Game options. Teachers or parents can create a free account and add spelling words in for the week so the students can practice them all week. In the Test Me mode the site actually uses the words in context by creating a sentence with the word in when asking the student to spell each word. Students can have their words checked immediately and then are shown the correct spelling if they misspelled it. To practice the words there are a variey of games that students can play and some of the games also put the words into context.

 

 
 
Harcourt School Publishers - The Harcourt School web site includes spelling lists for each unit. Use the link below to access these lists. If this is your first time using the site you will need the directions and set-up information. Either access it from the Academics tab or click this link: Harcourt School Set-Up Information.
 

Reading
 
Harcourt School Publishers - The Harcourt School web site includes many resources that parallel what students are learning in the classroom. Students can access practice activities that reinforce what they are currently learning in the classroom, practice skills that have already been taught that they have not mastered, or look ahead to upcoming skills that will be learned in the future. If this is your first time using the site you will need the directions and set-up information. Either access it from the Academics tab or click this link: Harcourt School Set-Up Information.
 
 
 

Language
 
Harcourt School Publishers - The Harcourt School web site includes many resources that parallel what students are learning in the classroom. Students can access practice activities that reinforce what they are currently learning in the classroom, practice skills that have already been taught that they have not mastered, or look ahead to upcoming skills that will be learned in the future. If this is your first time using the site you will need the directions and set-up information. Either access it from the Academics tab or click this link Harcourt School Set-Up Information.
 
 

Math
 
ASD Educational Resources - There are grade level and topic specific links located on the main ASD page. Go the ASD Home Page and choose ASD Educational Resources from the Academics tab, then scroll down and locate the appropriate grade level from the left side of the screen, OR select one of the following links.
 
 
Study Jams - View a lesson, practice your skills, and maybe even enjoy a little karaoke while learning math skills. This site is hosted by Scholastic and gives a thorough presentationof mathamatical concepts for elementary students. Choose to test your knowledge or be taught about the topic you choose.
 
 

Social Studies
 
Harcourt School Publishers - The Harcourt School web site includes many resources that parallel what students are learning in the classroom. Students can access practice activities that reinforce what they are currently learning in the classroom, practice skills that have already been taught that they have not mastered, or look ahead to upcoming skills that will be learned in the future. If this is your first time using the site you will need the directions and set-up information. Either access it from the Academics tab or click this link: Harcourt School Set-Up Information.
 
 
 
 

Science
 
PearsonSuccessNet - Students have science textbook resources available to them on-line by logging into the textbook company's web resource site. Your child can acquire a username and password from their science teacher.
 
 
 
Last Modified on December 7, 2010