Mrs. Thompson's Favorite Websites for Children and Families
Please feel free to give me feedback as to whether or
not your are using
these sites! I would also love to hear of any other
sites you may be aware of.
This is a fabulous reading site where primary kids can practice
learning to read, or use their acquired skills to read and
interact with the books.
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1. Click Link 2. Once at the Centennial Elementary website,
click on "Tumblebooklibrary," and begin reading!
PBS Kids website. I love the Between the Lions section, but
there are so many good spots on this site!
Cliffort interactive storybooks.
Magnetic Poetry for kids!
Math games-I Know That
Primary Game site with lots to choose from!
Fuzzy Lion Ears-Fill in the missing letter!
Parents' Guide to the First Grade
I Spy Activities!
Carve a Pumpkin!
Identify types of sentences and correct punctuation.
Crickweb-a fabulous literacy site. We've done the CVC Maker and
alphabetical order activities so far in class.
Alien Pairs to Ten Game-Super fun addition game that will get
your child's attention! Great practice for combining numbers
that make ten.
Enter code: B2FC02B793. This is GREAT practice and a FABULOUS
way for your child to read at his/her level at home!
Our Treasures curriculum books online!
Book Adventure is a fun, free way to motivate your child to read!
Kids in grades K-8 can find a book,
take quizzes on what they've read, and earn prizes
for their reading success.
Math Practice-Covers MANY skills for math. (I believe it even
works on the ipad!)
Read a book. Give a book.
Combining the joy of reading with the power of helping others.
We Give Books
Thanks Barnes and Noble! We can hear authors read their own
books online. Awesome!
Online books...free! Barnes and Noble
Practice our spelling words with various activities on this
wonderful site! Rather than reinventing the wheel by
creating my own lists, you can:
1. Got to "Find a List"
2. Search for "Treasures"
3. A list should pop up, and then you can go to the appropriate
story for the week. (Right before spring break, we were on 4.3
Stormy Weather." There are many choices for how your child can
practice, from unscrambling the words, to "Hangmouse" to taking a
a spelling test. And....THERE IS AN APP for it if you have a
device. How great is that?
Here are some other resources that you can't find on the
Library Local Public Library