PARENTS:"The content of the websites listed below are NOT CONTROLLED by Loudoun County Public Schools. While school staff thoroughly review all links, the content may unexpectedly change. If you find content which you consider inappropriate, plea bring the matter to the attention of the building principal or the TRT. Remember that these Web Pages may link to other pages or advertisements that have not been reviewed and were not intended for student use. EXPLORE at YOUR OWN RISK!"Handwriting:This site will allow you to make practice worksheets. It encourages correct D'Nealin Handwriting.Language Arts:
This is great site to practice making CVC words!
After you connect to the site, click on Word Play to play the game.
This is great site for your child to interactively work on making word families.
http://www.readwritethink.org/materials/wordfamily/Use this site to motivate children to read with phonics.This site is great for helping practice dictionary skills.
Scholastic Book Wizard for Finding similar books
This link allows you to find books that are similar to a book your child loves. Just type in the title of the book, and similar books (genre and level) will appear. Or type in a reading level and find books at that level (make sure DRA is selected as the leveling system in the top right).
http://bookwizard.scholastic.com/tbw/homePage.do Typing Games #3 Plus Time Your Typing http://www.sense-lang.org/typing/games/index.php?lang=EN Typing Games #2 http://www.typingtest.com/games/ Typing Games #1 http://www.freetypinggame.net/play.aspSpelling City--practice your own spelling words with games and tests!Use this site to practice your spelling words each week. Type your words into the list, and the computer will say the word, spell the word and then put it in a sentence. http://www.spellingcity.com
This is a great site to visit to practice basic addition and subtraction facts. You can pick the level that best fits your child.
This is a great site to practice first grade math skills. If your child is working at a higher level, you may want to visit the 2nd grade menu of activities.
http://www.aaastudy.com/grade1.htmMath Fact CafeYou can create your own practice timed tests at this website. I suggest you use the range 0 to 10 for both addition and subtraction when beginning. You can use the range 0 to 18 for more of a challenge.Learning PlanetHave a hip-hop time pracicing your math facts. (You may want to turn the sound off for this one!)
This is a site that your child can visit to learn more about the planets.
http://www.apples4theteacher.com/starwarp2.htmlYou can learn about animals at the San Diego Zoo and the National Zoo in Washington DC.