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       If you are at the computer center today, please click on one of the links below to visit one of our favorite websites! You can also visit these sites from home!


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    Starfall - Starfall.com opened in September of 2002 as a free public service to motivate children to read with phonics.  This is one of our favorites!
     
    Get Wild About Reading -Between the Lions: Play games with words, and learn about spelling with these fun characters   
     
    http://www.wegivebooks.org/- Listen to one of their books online and this website will donate a book to a child in need!
     
    Barnes and Noble Online Storytime- Listen online to popular children's books
     

    Roy the Zebra - VERY FUN and interactive reading games that focus on skills such as alphabetical order, double consonants, high frequency words and much more!
      
    Stop The Clock - An interactive Math game where the students are matching digital and analog times while racing against the clock for their best time!
     
    Fun Brain - An interactive site for Math and Language Arts concepts! 
     
    Fun 4 the Brain  Great site for Math fact practice!
     
    A Plus Math - A site filled with lots of Math review Games!
     
    Dance Mat Typing - A site that familiarizes the students with typing on the keyboard using the homerow of keys as an anchor. So fun!
     
    Xtramath -A website that lets you practice fluency with math facts. Our class is registered, and you can sign-in using my email address (ablivingston@wsfcs.k12.nc.us) and your student's pin number. 
     
    GameGoo- GameGoo is home for fun, stick-with-you educational games that help students develop early reading and language skills, identified as important language arts building blocks in state curriculum standards.
     
    Raz-Kids-  A site where your student can listen to and read books at his/her own level, then answer questions about what they read.
     
     
     
     
Last Modified on November 17, 2015