Distance Learning 2020

 

Dear Parents or Guardians,

We are sending home some links to some helpful websites for math learning while your child is at home.  We hope that you are able to encourage your mathematicians to do some practice at home so that they continue to learn even though they aren’t with us.

Our primary access for students each day will be through the Google Classroom Program.  This portal should be accessed by  learners when they are working remotely.

 

Google Classroom Button

 

 

Remote Learning Plan 2020

 

Math Resources

 

*Khan Academy is a free website that has practice for each grade level:

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-2nd-grade-math  (Grade 2)

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-3rd-grade-math (Grade 3)

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-4th-grade-math (Grade 4)

*Think Central (https://www-k6.thinkcentral.com/ePC/start.do) is a free website for our students that goes with the GoMath! program that we are using in the district.  Username: first 3 letters of first name and first 3 letters of last name with the number of the grade after it.  Ex username:keldav2 (Kelly Davidson grade 2) password: gomath2019 (NO caps)

Grade 2 is currently in chapter 5

Grade 3 is currently in chapter 11

Grade 4 is currently in chapter 10

Your child can practice skills/concepts in any chapter, but please have the focus be on the current chapters first, then explore others.  Your child can watch videos of the lessons being taught as well as access many different practice sessions and games relating to the content.

*Freckle (https://www.freckle.com) is a free website that you can use for multiple learning areas and is fun and interactive for your child.  You will need to create an account.

Open-Middle (https://www.openmiddle.com) is a great online math site that has challenging math situations for kids to ponder.  It is a great website where you can choose a grade level and concept area to stretch your brain.