The official website for our math curriculum, Everyday Math.
To access the contents of the website, log in using student's username and password given out at the beginning of the year by Ms. Nierenberg.
Online Math Games
Interactive Student Reference Book
Students are able to play popular math games that reinforce concepts from daily lessons and help students practice math concepts and skills at home.
The Interactive Student Reference book is an exact duplicate of your student's classroom textbook, but with additional interactive features such as text read-aloud and animations of material. Every Home Link (homework assignment) references the pages in the Student Reference Book associated with that homework concept.
Family letters keep parents updated about the curriculum their children are learning in class. Each family letter includes important terminology, key concepts, and a summary of the current unit being covered in class. Family letters also provide short, simple, at home activities that parents can complete with their child as a review for class. Family letters are available in nine languages.
These family resources include algorithm animations and literature lists.
The official website for Plimoth Plantation, the living history museum that all 3rd graders visit in the fall as part of our study of early Massachusetts history, the Colonial English, and the Wampanoag People. Preview what we'll see when we visit in the "Features and Exhibits" section; visit the "Kids" section for fun activities about the Pilgrims and Wampanoags; and explore the "Online Learning Center" (under the Education Programs section).
Scholastic News Online is the online component to the weekly news magazine that we use in class to discuss current events and social studies. Check out links to current news stories and further information on stories from this week's magazine.
Use this website to practice your weekly spelling words in different, fun ways including games and word searches.