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Using student websites at home, at school, at the library, or anywhere where you can get an internet connection is a great way to work with your child.  Please view this video if you are having questions about how to access a website.





Under the Student Website area on the Report Card, you can find the address of several websites that Archer Elementary pays for, along with your student's special user name and password.


https://www-k6.thinkcentral.com is a great site to learn and practice each math topic at home! When you log in for the first time, please select the options shown below.



http://www.raz-kids.com/main/Login is a great way to improve reading ability.  Students can listen to a book that is read aloud for them, then read it on their own.  They can even record themselves reading, if you have a microphone available.



https://hosted5.renlearn.com/17870/ is a program called Renaissance Learning with a wide variety of things to practice.  Math Facts In A Flash is a great one for practicing quick, basic math facts.  English In A Flash reviews basic vocabulary words.  

Renaissance Learning Home Connect also helps you keep track of which books your 2nd or 3rd grade student has read, and how well they are performing on quizzes.




Here are more great resources - some of our websites, along with free websites that are helpful to use at home!

http://classes.archerelementary.com  - This is a website with a list of recommended websites for parents to use at home with their students.  From here, each classroom and teacher have their own page, so you can find any links that your child's teacher has posted specifically for the class.




 

http://raz-kids.com/ - This is a website with tons of books at your student’s own reading level.  They can access it at home, by typing in their teacher’s user name.  If they do not remember the name, you can look at your child’s Report Card to find it.


 


https://www-k6.thinkcentral.com is a great site to learn and practice each math topic at home! When you log in for the first time, please select the options shown below.


http://www.handwritingworksheets.com/ - this will help your students with handwriting; you must have a printer to print out the handwriting templates that this website will create for you.




http://teacher.scholastic.com/activities/storystarters/ - this tool will help you and your child come up with fun, creative topics to write about.  You can write on the computer, or you can print them out to write on later.




http://library.nycenet.edu/  -this is the homepage for the school's library, with tons of useful resources from our Media Specialist, Ms. Aponte.




http://sheppardsoftware.com  - tons of activities in different subjects, especially helpful for pre-K and kindergarten students – check out the PreKindergarten & Kindergarten section.


 




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