Click here to see a lesson on using calculators to simplify fractions.
"The evidence is now beyond dispute.When schools and families work together to support learning,children tend to succeed not just in school,but also throughout life." Henderson and Berla, 1997
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The students below tell why they deserve the gift of their dreams. Click on their names to see the persuasive commercials that we created using the iPad app "Educreations".
Here are step by step directions for completing long division math problems with remainders.
This website has helpful tips to get students in the habits that make them successful in school. Successful students have good study habits. They apply these habits to all of their classes. Read about each study habit. Work to develop any study habit you do not have.
This is a federal government website that has many resources for parents and students.
RTINetwork.org guides educators and families in the effective implementation of Response to Intervention (RTI)
The Sangamon County Medical Society Alliance, SCMSA, is an organization of physicians spouses whose purpose is to assist the Sangamon County Medical Society, SCMS, in improving the health care and quality of life for citizens of Sangamon County through health education and services.
Internet Search Sites
Use this helpful site for projects and homework.
This sight will help your child practice spelling words independently!
This site has games and activities to support our reading series.
This site provides vocabulary words with pictures from all the stories in our reading series. It is well organized!
This is a simple website that will time the students and provide a percentage correct at the end of 20 problems. It might be a fun way for older students to chart their own progress.
This is a site for teachers to use to create supplemental math materials.
Does your child need extra math practice? This website provides printable worksheets with answers.
A link to math games that support fact fluency.
A teacher created website that includes the research that supports the need for fact fluency as well as links to math fact games.
This website includes a state level explanation of the importance of math fact fluency. Includes an easy to read explanation that might be beneficial to parents.
This is a link to a pdf download that contain important math fact research.
This website has an enormous amount of fun games, but it could be easy for kids to get off track.
This article describes 5 simple games that help students practice their math facts.