I will be adding more specific links for concepts we have learned this year. Please keep checking back to see what new links have been added! Feel free to use what you find to supplement these materials. Don't forget the links that are on the "Useful Links" page as well!


Title 1 Newsletter
Reading Connection
Spanish Reading Connection

Raz-Kids-See your email for log-in information

To access your Raz-Kids page, go to the web page for your class and click on the symbol above your name. 

www.getepic.com › sign-in
- Click on students/ educators and login with our class code- stq7438


Here are some other websites that contain digital books, videos, activities, and games focused on helping young learners to build and practice literacy skills.

Use a notebook to:
    • Research a topic and write about what you have learned. 
    • Write a story using descriptive words. 

    • Write about your favorite part in a book and why it is your favorite part.

  • Math:

    Title 1 Newsletter
    Math and Science Connection
    Spanish Math and Science Connection

    DreamBox-See your email for directions on how to access this sight.

    Origo at Home
    I HIGHLY recommend using this resource. It is provided by our math series, Stepping Stones. There are daily activities that are in line with how we teach math.

    Math Games

    Khan Academy Kids 

    Here are some other websites that contain puzzles and games focused on helping young learners to build and practice math skills.

    Virtual Rek-N-Rek


    SOL: 1.6 The student will create and solve single-step story and picture problems using addition and subtraction within 20



    These websites contain videos, activities and games focused on helping young learners to expand their science skills.

    San Diego Zoo Kids

    Time for Kids

    Academic Kids

    National Geographic Kids

    Fact Monster

    Kids Know It Network

    Weather 101 class for kids:

    Every day at 2:00, the meteorologist for Channel 4 Doug Kammerer, teaches a Weather 101 class for kids, on Facebook Live.


    Here is a new resource from Scholastic! It's called Scholastic Learn at Home and can be found by clicking here. Be sure to click on the link for grades 1 and 2. It is designed to have a set of activities each day: a fiction story to watch, a nonfiction story to read, and a bunch of activities to do!. Email me photos or videos of your activities or projects!
    scholastic learning at home

    Social Studies:

    These websites contain virtual field trips, videos, and activities focused on helping young learners to expand their history and social science skills.

    DK Find Out

    America’s Library (Library of Congress)

    Pysical Education:
         * GoNoodle -videos created by child development experts. Available for free at home. GoNoodle!