Resources for students and families
Please use these resources to help you:
Parent Network of Western New York helps support families and professionals to empower individuals with disabilities to reach their full potential.
Understood is a website for parents who want to help their children with learning and attention issues.
KidsHealth is a website for children's health and development.
Florida Students is site where you will find resources and tutorials located from all over the web to support learning in ELA, math, science, and social studies.
Tlsbooks.com offers a variety of free printable worksheets for students in PreK-6.MathKhan Academy is a personalized learning resource for all ages.
Math Antics clearly explains math concepts to students and adults.
Multiplication.com offers self-correcting quizzes for math.Reading
Reading Rockets is a national multimedia project offering information and resources on how young kids learn to read. Resources found on the website can assist you with helping struggling readers build fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension skills.
Read Works is a website that offers reading passages at various levels to help students practice comprehension strategies.
Freereading is a tool with free reading passages to develop advanced phonics skills, fluency, and comprehension.Summer
Dear Students, Parents/Guardians,
Attached below are links to reading, writing, and math packets for you to practice with over the summer. The math packets include sets of practice problems that align to important math concepts you have worked with so far this year, as well as in previous years.
Please work at your own pace and do as much as you can. These packets do not need to be returned to school. In addition, you can also continue to go on MyOn, Lexia Core 5, Moby Max, and Zearn through your Clever app.
Running out of stuff to read? Grab some sticky notes, and label household objects, or make up new, silly names for things! Communicating with sticky notes, instead of talking, is fun, too—start with a half hour and see if you can go all afternoon. Reading is everywhere!
And remember, reading isn’t just about the books on the shelves—it’s about anything around you with letters! Turn on the closed captioning feature on your TV or read catalogs that come in the mail. The backs of cereal boxes work, too, as do directions for board games!
Don’t worry about right/wrong answers when you talk about text—the important thing is that you share a reading experience and have fun!
Here are some websites that offer fun, free, high–quality materials for kids:
Have a happy and safe summer!