Literacy

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October 21, 2014

Favorite Websites for K-2

Happy Tuesday!! I wanted to pop in to share some favorite websites that my little friends always love to learn with in the computer lab!

My kids always LOVE ABCYa! One of my favorite things about it is that I can easily differentiate what they are working on! I can put my higher kids on a different grade level, my on level kids on their current level, and the below level kids on a lower level.

Here is a peek at some of the games for Kindergarten.

Another website I love to use in the classroom for a listening station or whole group during Read Aloud time is Storyline Online. ย They have several of our FAVORITE books and they are read out loud by famous people! That always makes it extra special!

Cookie is a favorite, but can act-up sometimes. ย I love that it has vocabulary-rich games for my ELLs!

Here is a peek at a sight word matching game!

Do you want to find more fun websites? Head over to My Silly Firsties with Haley and see what other wonderful sites people are using!

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Favorite websites for kids to use in the classroom that are perfect elementary students. We love the 2nd one so much! #ClassroomIdeas #TeacherTips

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Happy Teaching,

Amanda

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