Our teachers have contributed the following resources. If you have found a great resource, please let us know.NCWiseOWL: Produced by the Resources Development and Evaluation Section of the Instructional Technology Division of the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI), this resource provides links to electronic databases and reviewed websites that students can use to complete project-based learning assignments. For older children in the home, please click Middle School Zone or High School Zone to be directed to other age appropriate resources.
Fundations: Used in Kindergarten through Second grade, this program provides a strong foundation in phonological/phonemic awareness, phonics and spelling.U.S. Department of Education (USDE): A link to the USDE pamphlet series, "Helping Your Child".Math Facts Practice: A link to PowerPoint flashcards to help with learning and retaining addition and subtraction facts.Quia: Pronounced (kee-ah), this webpage allows users to search all shared activities that are published via Quia Web (subscription service that allows teachers to create online activities). Just choose a subject area to get started. Fill in Keyword and/or use Sub-Category information to help narrow your search.IXL Math--N.C. Standards: A collection of practice problems that go along with the N.C. State Math standards.GameQuarium--Math: Some games are better than others, but with thousands to choose from, every child should be able to find something he or she likes.Arcade Type Math Games (computation skills tied to racing-type or blasting-type games)The Math Games
Common Core Slide Rocket--presented during March 15, 2012 meeting
Parent Recommended Resources
The Best Children's Books.org Search for books that match up with topics and subjects that are interesting to your child.