Kindergarten–1st Grade STUDENT WEBSITES
K-1st ELA Student Websites
(Website for leveled reading and practicing comprehension. This is a website Cragmont pays to subscribe to. Please see Janene if you want one of your students at Cragmont to access this online resource from school and/or at home.)
(Paid subscription, Janene has purchased for limited use with target students. Let me know if you are interested in seeing all the features of this website. You may be interested in getting a subscription.)
(Literactive provides reading material for pre-school, kindergarten and grade 1 students. The program is comprised of carefully levelled guided readers, comprehensive phonic activities and a wealth of supplemental reading material which gradually develop a child’s reading skills in a sequential and enjoyable manner. All the material is available
for free from this site but you need to register. You can check it out be using the username and password below.)
Your username is: RTITEACH
Your password is: socaqqaq
(For children who do not speak English as a first language, the LiteracyCenter.Net provides an excellent environment for practicing basic pre and early reading skills. Early reading and math activities in English, Spanish, German and French.)
http://www.abcya.com/ (Some in Spanish)
(ABCya.com is a leader in free educational kids computer games and activities for elementary students to learn on the web. All children’s educational computer activities were created or approved by certified school teachers. All educational games are free and are modeled from primary grade lessons and enhanced to provide an interactive way for children to learn. Grade level lessons for K-5 students incorporate math and language arts while introducing basic computer skills.)
(For Grades 1-3 Practice punctuation skills and word work.)
(For Grades K-3 A selection of books read aloud.)
(Language Arts, Phonics and Math games and worksheets for all grade levels)
(Lessons for various subjects by grade level)
K-1st ELA/LISTENING DISCRIMINATION Student Websites
(Links verified on 8/24/10)
1. Chicken Coop – Phoneme matching.
2. Hay Loft – Click on the object that matches the two sounds when they are combined.
3. Kasounds – A Simon Game – musical memory game that gets you to copy the sounds you hear.
4. Letter Bugs – Go on an Alien Scavenger Hunt and collect the individual letters to create a whole word you hear.
5. Memory – In the memory game, listen carefully and find the matching animal sounds. Click on the window to make the animal appear and hear its sound. Click on the other windows to find its match. When you match all of the sounds, play again or go to the next level.
6. Musical Instrument Match Game – Listen to the sound the instrument makes and match the instrument with the sound.
7. Phoneme Match – Students listen to parts of word and use domino game style to match up the same phonemes.
8. Phonemic Segments – Deletion and Substitution – Lanolin’s Greenhouse – Click on the object that matches the new word with beginning letter replacement. (The pronunciation of letter phonemes on this site is one of the best I have seen on the web)
9. Phonemic Segments – Deletion and Substitution – Pumpkin Patch – Click on the object that matches the new phoneme without the beginning letter sound. Excellent practice for students that have a hard time hearing individual phonemic parts! (The pronunciation of letter phonemes on this site is one of the best I have seen on the web)
K-1st SPELLING Student Websites
(Type in a word list from spelling mistakes made in writing or use words from the website
below. This website allows students to practice spelling through different online
K-1st MATH Student Websites
(Math skill tasks for grades K-5)
(Math games that address standards for each grade level)
(Math games that address standards for each grade level)
(practice math facts – addition, subtraction, multiplication and division; make sure you
click on new player to put name in first, before beginning game.)
(games for addition and subtraction)
(model showing adding 2-digit numbers with regrouping)
(model showing subtracting 2-digit numbers with regrouping)
(counting, colorable counting chart, skip counting, number blocks freeplay, place value, composing numbers)
(Free website that helps students master basic math facts – addition, subtraction, multiplication, division. For students, parents, teachers. Gives reports.)
K-1st OTHER Student Websites
RESOURCES FOR TEACHERS K-1st
(Teacher Resource! Paid subscription. Members have full access to all of the worksheets on Super Teacher Worksheets. There are thousands of printable materials, including math worksheets, reading comprehension stories, spelling lists, handwriting practice sheets, grammar worksheets, holiday printables, and much more! They have many free worksheets on their website, however only members have full access to all of the printables. The fee is very reasonable. Cragmont Staff, see Janene for details on how to access our subscription.)
http://www.easycbm.com/ (You need to register, but the “Lite Edition” is free.)
(Teacher Resource for Assessment for K-8! easyCBM™ is an enhanced district assessment system designed by researchers at the University of Oregon as an integral part of an RTI model. Distributed exclusively by Riverside, it provides school districts, administrators, and teachers with a full suite of assessment and reporting options, offering a complete solution at every tier of the RTI process. Enchanced features include Full set of Benchmarking and Progress Monitoring assessments, Reading and Math, Grades K through 8. For Language Arts and Math.)
(k12 Placement/Assessment Tests in Reading, Writing, Language Arts, Math
for Grades K-5+)
http://www.interventioncentral.org Academic & Behavior Interventions
For Grades K-5+
(Intervention Central is committed to the goal of making quality Response-to-
Intervention resources available to educators at no cost.)
http://www.interventioncentral.org/cbm_warehouse Academic & Behavior Interventions For Grades K-5+
(This page is your ‘one-stop’ destination for free Curriculum-Based Measurement
resources on the Internet. Browse the page to find CBM materials to conduct
school-wide screenings and monitor student progress. Or review one of the
featured manuals to learn how to use CBMs in schools and to interpret the
results to make good RTI decisions.)
DOWNLOADABLE CURRICULUM (Download and Print yourself or purchase CD)
(In February, 1997, Susan Brooks and Bill Byles began a collaborative effort to
extend assistance to fellow teachers. In November of 2000 that project expanded to a web presence known as Internet 4 Classrooms (“i4c”), a free web portal designed to assist anyone who wants to find high-quality, free Internet resources to use in classroom
instruction, developing project ideas, reinforcing specific subject matter areas both in the class and at home and even for online technology tutorials. Available to anyone with an Internet connection. Free! Early Childhood, Pre-K, Kindergarten Skills, Kindergarten Zone, Elementary Subjects, Arts/English as a Second Language, (ESL/ELL)/Language Arts, Mathematics/Science, Social Studies/History, Exceptional Children/Special Needs, ADHD/ADD/Assistive Technology, Autism Spectrum Disorder/Gifted, Learning Disorders/Special Education)
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Reading Strategies for Elementary Students
These websites contain reading strategies to help elementary school students become good readers. Some websites simply list strategies and some include activities to help students learn. There are also links to eThemes Resources on inference, context clues, and main idea and supporting details.