Hour of Code
Be sure to use headphones for this one!
Continue your coding journey even after our "Hour of Code."
Books & Authors
Short text that can also be read aloud to you. (iPads)
Visit this page for links to Dr. Seuss books and online games.
This website correlates with the stories from our reading series.
Look at the word you want to find. click on the guide words that would be on that dictionary page. How far up can you climb?
We use this site to help us prepare for our field trip to Adams Wildlife Sanctuary.
Fire Trucks and Safety
Cartoon characters teach about fire safety.
October 4, 2018 8 photos
As part of our health curriculum, we talked about the steps we use to properly wash our hands and prevent the spreading of germs. The Scrub Club website has fun interactive games and short movies about the handwashing steps we reviewed this year.
This short video reminds everyone that it is important to cover when we sneeze—not with our hands but by bending our elbow.
This site from Colgate will help remind you how to brush your teeth.
See if you can find the safety dangers.
During our health unit on the body systems, we have been reading small books, looking at models and watching short movies on Kids Health.org. Our focus has been on the skeletal, muscular and nervous systems, the respiratory system, cardiovascular system and digestive system. You can revisit these movies at home, too.
How do your eyes and ears work? Find out using this website which we will explore during our health lessons on the eyes and ears.
Award winning animated books enabling children to feel good about themselves.
Let's practice making contractions. (works on iPad)
Practice identifying verbs.
Read all the information. Click on the adjectives to feed the spiders.
Grammar quizzes for second graders! Practice with nouns, verbs and adjectives.
Practice identifying nouns and verbs.
Practice nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs.
Practice spelling words with a game.
Basic Math Facts
Practice your basic math facts for addition and subtraction with these flashcards online. You can even create your own flashcards to print at home.
Practice your double facts by clicking the answer on the target.
Math - Number Sense
Collect the ducks by clicking on the number that is in the correct place: hundreds, tens or ones.
Math - Measurement
Choose the correct measuring tool.
Practice measuring with centimeters and inches.
Practice finding the perimeter of shapes with Adam Ant. Remember that the perimeter is the distance around the shape.
Practice finding the area of a shape.
Math - Time
This online game will give you practice telling time. There is also an app you can download from scholastic.com/timextimemachines
Practice telling time with this fun game.
Practice telling time.
This site gives you a clock and you have to click on the correct time. It includes our skill of quarter past and quarter to.
Click on the clock that matches the time. The mouse will come to eat the cheese.
Click on guess to practice determining how much time has passed from the first clock to the last clock.
Create a bar graph and pie graph then answer questions about the graph.
Practice using a tally chart to make a pictograph. You can also answer questions about the graph.
Math - Story Problems
Practice solving math story problems with the Math Cats.
Try solving some basketball or baseball story problems.
Math - Money
Practice counting coins.
Practice money skills by playing this game with the leprechauns.
An online penny you can flip quickly to do some probability experiments.
Math - Geometry
Learn to flip, turn and slide shapes.
Math - Fractions
Match the fractions to the pizza.
Math - 2-Digit and 3-Digit Addition or Subtraction
Practice addition and subtraction with regrouping on this app. (can choose 2, 3 or 4 digit numbers)
Solve the problems and then check your answers. You might want to use your whiteboard.
Practice double-digit addition. Solve the problems and mark your box to play a game of tic-tac-toe.
Practice addition skills with this game. (includes double-digit addition)
Math - Multiplication/Division
Type the number of rows, the number of objects in each row and the product.
Type the multiplication number sentence that matches the array, picture or description.
Choose the correct plural spelling for each noun.
Play a game matching homophones.
Hint: Homophones are words that sound alike but are spelled differently and have different meanings.
Homophones are words that sound the same but are spelled differently and have different meanings. Practice finding the correct meaning here.
Homographs are words that are spelled the same but have different meanings.
Use this site to research penguins, spiders, snakes, dinosaurs and more. Ask Mrs. Beck for the username and password.
Type the name of your penguin in the Kiddle search bar.
Find your penguin. Tap on the name and read more.
Learn about your penguin.
Facts about spiders from Kidzone. Scroll down then click on the name of your spider.
Information about snakes. We use this site to research a specific snake before writing an expository essay.
Anaconda, Boa Constrictor, King Cobra, Python, Rattlesnake
Anaconda, Boa Constrictor, Cobra, Garter, Python, Rattlesnake
Facts from the Philadelphia Zoo
Anaconda, Cobra, Cottonmouth, Python, Rattlesnake
This site gives additional information on some of the snakes we are researching.
Click on Search. Click on the name of your dinosaur. Click on the side tabs to learn about size, food and other facts. Check the bottom of the card to find out how the dinosaur moved and when it lived.
This website from Enchanted Learning provides dinosaur information pages that can be used for our research project.
This website will give you facts about every dinosaur and even pronounce its name for you.
To learn more about pigs, sheep, cows, ducks, chickens and goats, click on the name of the animal.
This page has links to several websites with information about African animals: giraffe, hippo, impala, zebra and baboon.
Choose the photos you want to use in your Comic Life about a land habitat.
Energy is the power to make matter move or change. Use this site to explore heat and sound.
Practice identifying chemical and physical changes by taking this quiz.
Learn the differences between solids, liquids and gases.
This site shows the phases of the moon with large labeled pictures.
Take a trip into space and learn about the Earth, the sun and the moon.
Learn more about the water cycle.
February 3, 2016 3 photos
This site will give you information about many famous American Symbols. You can also visit Grades 3-5 for more detailed information.
Enchanted Learning has more information about some of our American Symbols.
February 2, 2014 7 photos