Learning about Lettuce -
What nutrients does lettuce provide?
What vitamins are in lettuce?
How does eating lettuce keep us healthy?
Learning about Spinach -
What nutrients does spinach provide?
What vitamins are in spinach?
How does eating spinach keep us healthy?
Learning about Kale -
What nutrients does kale provide?
What vitamins are in kale?
How does eating kale keep us healthy?
Learning about Mustard Greens -
What nutrients do mustard greens provide?
What vitamins are in mustard greens?
How does eating mustard greens keep us healthy?
Learning about Collard Greens -
What nutrients do collard greens provide?
What vitamins are in collard greens?
How does eating collard greens keep us healthy?
Interactive Test Practice
Common Core Standards
Students use this site weekly to study their spelling words, practice with games, and test on the words and definitions.
Antonyms, Synonyms, and Homonyms
Challenging word games for students.
Coconuts with words in them fall to the beach andtThe student must match missing letters to the correct word coconut. If a coconut reaches the surfboard before you blast it, your stage will end.
Form a flock of flamingos with suffixes -y and -ly.
Fill in the missing letters for the word provided to move the turtle(s). Up to 4 players can play at once.
Help write a postcard by clicking on the vowel phonemes in each sentence or by clicking and dragging the right spelling into the gap in the words.
Create awesome "word clouds" from text you provide. The clouds give greater prominence to words that appear more frequently in the source text. You can tweak your clouds with different fonts, layouts, and color schemes. You can print them out, or save them to the Wordle gallery to share with your friends.
This website provides reading passages that are specific to advanced phonic skills for upper elementary readers.
A site that connects to our reading series.
Learn about Dr. Seuss and his contributions to literacy.
Myths, Tales, Legends, and Fairy Tales
This site has some quick Pourquoi Tales that support our Literacy Focus.
Play with numbers and give your brain a workout!
Math Topic 18 uses pan balances to teach the equal and not equal algebraic concept. Students can use this one with shapes to build that conceptual thinking of the pan balance. Then check out the one using numbers to entend their thinking.
Extend student thinking using a pan balance to understand algebraic equations and their equalities.
Make useful graphs and try other math activities!
Fun Math Games with a bunch of different skills!
An animal class is made up of animals that are all alike in important ways. Scientists have grouped animals into classes to make it easier to study them.
Students can play the video about the Florida Everglades to increase their reading fluency.
Help the robot find the simple machines and learn how they work! This site is a lot of fun, try it out!
Really Cool Science Site with many activities.
Students can play games, read, and take quizzes about changing circuits, sound, electrical conductors, Earth Sun and Moon, Forces in Action, Friction, How we see things, Light and Dark, Light and shadows, magnets and springs.
Inventions and Inventors
Your guide to our U.S. government made easy!
Full of adventures!
Watch these movies to learn about the systems that run the complicated machine called your body!
Internet Search/Research Sites
Students can use this website as a search engine to research any topic of interest.
Online Reference Center
Illinois Research Projects
This website has straightforward information about the Illinois climate.
Great kids’ almanac!! This site has tons of information about Illinois including natural resources, famous people from Illinois, and tells the history of Illinois. It also includes a picture of the state and state flag.
Amazing website!!!! Check it out! It is an Illinois government kid website that shares information about Illinois facts and trivia, Illinois government, and links to other Illinois websites.
A website full of basic Illinois facts and links to other websites about Illinois.
This website lists Illinois facts and has a ton of famous people from Illinois.
This website lists basic facts for Illinois including a picture of the IL state flag.
Just For Fun
Hey sports fans, check out this awesome site!