Below are some great websites and apps to use at home with your children to support their learning.
As a reminder, some are paid but most are free!
Starfall is a website to promote letter names and sounds, beginning reader stories, and basic mathematical facts and computation
Create an account with Freckle to work on math or reading. It tracks your progress and you can make goals for yourself (as the student) for each week.
Freckle offers over 30,000 math questions covering K-9 standards. Students start off with a diagnostic, and after that, our algorithms show them problems at their own skill level.
This website is a great tool for tutoring and learning facts for math, reading, science and social studies
This website needs an account sign in. Use it to track your reading and math progress. ABCmouse.com helps kids learn to read through phonics, and teaches lessons in math, social studies, art, music, and much more. For kids age 2 to Kindergarten.
Use MobyMax with Fluency Games, Whiteboard Activities, and Skills Review, which utilize over half a million problems and manipulatives. Free to sign up!
Accompany your students on a journey through our vast library of reading comprehension content. ReadTheory's adaptive approach fosters improvement by automatically meeting learners at their own, individual ability levels. Signup takes seconds and no time is spent vetting assignments. Progress is shown on an intuitive report, replete with actionable, meaningful insights. Our program is completely free.
AAA Math features a comprehensive set of thousands of interactive arithmetic lessons. There is no cost or registration required to practice your math on the AAAMath.com web site. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts
Code.org® is a nonprofit dedicated to expanding access to computer science in schools and increasing participation by women and underrepresented minorities. Our vision is that every student in every school has the opportunity to learn computer science, just like biology, chemistry or algebra. Code.org provides the leading curriculum for K-12 computer science in the largest school districts in the United States and Code.org also organizes the annual Hour of Code campaign which has engaged 15% of all students in the world. Code.org is supported by generous donors including Amazon, Facebook, Google, the Infosys Foundation, Microsoft, and many more.