Teachers will be sending out their recommendations for activities to do over summer and will communicate those with parents and students through email. Please contact Ms. Black if you have any questions regarding the websites, trouble logging in or any other technical issues. You can email Ms. Black at email@example.com.
We recommend having productive screen time with your students over summer. This will give them a healthy balance of being on a device but with a purpose.
Where do I find the links to the programs my students use? Each grade has their own technology page to make it easy to find where to log in. Bookmark that page to help navigate to programs easily.
XtraMath is a supplemental math program we use with students to help remember math facts. This is available for students in grades 3-8. If your student already has a log in, please follow these instructions. To log into XtraMath
Prodigy is a fun math game students like to play in class. If your student has played this before, most students can log in using their google credentials. If your student has not used Prodigy in the past, they can register but we advise using your Google log in so it's easy to remember. If you don't know your child's log in or your child can't remember, please email Ms. Black at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Starfall This program was used mainly in PreK and preschool however kindergarten still loves to play these games. Most of these games are curated for mouse skills and critical thinking. The log in information was sent to you through email.
Teach Your Monster This is a fun learning game for current kindergarten, first & second grade students. They can continue to do this over the summer. This program focuses on reading and numbers. Make sure you are clicking on your students grade link on the technology page and then enter their first name as the user name. Everyone's password is the same. This was included in the email that was sent.
ABCya This website was used in class mainly for keyboarding and pattern recognition games but this program also has great games for math as well. We use this in class for Kindergarten through third grade. There are games for up to 5th as well. There is no log in to use this website however there are ads.
Typing There are may typing games students can use to maintain or get ahead. We use typing.com during class but we have other options on our technology page to choose from. Students can sign into typing.com via Google. You can register your student but we advise using your Google log in so it's easy to remember and we can see their progress as well.
Older students like to use NitroType due to the competitive racing. This is also something we allow them to practice on.
Coding If your student is looking to work on coding, we have a few options.
Kodable is used for our kindergarten and first grade students. Students should click on their class link on the technology page, find their name and choose their password. If they forgot their password just email Ms. Black at email@example.com.
Code.org is a block based coding program we typically start in 2nd grade. Students would need to remember their log in information to work in this. If they forgot their credentials just email Ms. Black at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scratch is a block based coding program we typically start in 3rd grade. Students should be able to create an account using their google log in. There are tons of tutorials and guided lessons.
Lego Bits and Bricks is a fun way we end our coding lessons. It is a bit less intuitive so we typically start this in third grade after they understand the coding basics. There is no log in to play this.
SuperKids Students should still have access to their SuperKids accounts. Make sure to click on the correct class link before logging in. If your student cannot remember their photo password please reach out to Ms. Black.