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5th Grade math resouces
Math Resources for Students
Free Online Math Games:
Math Resources for Parents
5th Grade Math Learning / Reteaching Websites (if your student needs help):
- ABCya.com - Has a wide variety of word games that can be played according to a students grade level.
- Audible Stories - Free audio book stories for all ages read by both celebrities and professional readers.
- CNN10 - CNN provides a daily ten minute news cast designed for middle grade students. We use it in class and if you are concerned about how much reality to provide to your child, this is an appropriately screened newscast.
- Ducksters.com - Students have been using Ducksters in class to learn about Ancient Civilizations and world geography. All of their content is free and does not require a sign in. It has passages which can be read to students (at the bottom of the page, quizzes to test their understanding of the text, and many fun games!
- Mr. Nussbaum - This link will take students to the "Interactive World Map Game," but this site offers a ton of great learning games.
- PlayKidsGames.com - This site has some awesome geography games that will help kids learn the countries and country capitals.
- WorldGeographyGames.com - This is another great interactive resource to help kids learn world geography.
Other great Home resources
- Extra Resources from Miss Page - Miss Page put together a lot of great sites including virtual field trips, screen free activities for home, and more!
- Google Classroom - We use Google Classroom in school to share work between Mrs. Ross and students. They can access Google Classroom from home using their school email address and password. I have put most of the links above into our Google Classroom pages for students to access directly while we are away. This will be my primary mode of communication with students.
- Kids Listen - This site provides free web-based podcasts specifically for kids. As a class we have been listening to Six Minutes.
- Apps that connect to learning:
- Numbler - It's like Scrabble but with numbers. Caution: it is hard when you start, but super addictive!
- Seven Little Words - Each day you get seven little words with their letters broken up into unintuitive groupings. You have to combine the letter groupings to make words based on their definitions.
- SkyView Lite - this app lets you use your phone as a "sky light." It shows you where stars, planets, and constellations are located by where your phone is facing.
- Stack the Countries - a really fun game for students to learn world geography!
- Stack the States 2. - a really fun game for U.S. geography!
- The Moon - provides daily information on the moon cycle.