Category Archives: computer

Good energy at home.

GoNoodle is offering the following, “Good Energy at Home, a free online resource for parents, caregivers, teachers, and kids. Good Energy at Home offers free movement, yoga, mindfulness videos, downloadable curricular activities, and off-screen home activities. These resources span a variety of abilities, interests, ages, and subjects.”

You can create your own account and get started here.

Math fluency practice.

sumdog

Students have been learning about multiplication and division in school. By the end of the year children are expected to be fluent with all multiplication facts 1-9. I created a class account at www.sumdog.com and each child can access this site from home or the library. Children can log onto www.sumdog.com, which has fun games for grades K-8 that are designed to improve math fact fluency. Each student has been provided a username, a password, and a school code (john_107). Under my teacher account I can see when students have last accessed the website. Please encourage your child to use this website to improve math fact fluency.

In your child’s homework folder you will find a letter with your child’s username, password, and school code.  Your child has also taped a copy of this information into his or her homework assignment planner.