IXL.com - Earn prizes for mastering skills, completing 100 questions or working for more than five minutes. IXL.com offers you practice in all areas for Kindergarten through 8th grade. Your grade too easy? Test your hand at one grade level up. Click HERE to go to the website. Your user name and password are the same ones you use here at school.
sheppardsoftware.com - If you plan to be part of the Geography or Math Bee this site can really help. You can practice placing states in their correct location, matching capitals with states, spelling and more. Levels range from learner to expert. You can also learn the location of various land forms and bodies of water. Click HERE to go to this site.
PowerSchool - Need to check your grades or missing assignments? Log on at home. You will be able to see your grades, missing assignments, attendance and much more. Click HERE to go to the website. Your name and password are the same as they are here.
brainpop.com & brainpopjr.com - BrainPOP and BrainPOP Jr. have links to practice math, science, health and other topics. Click HERE to get to BrainPOP and click HERE to get to BrianPOP Jr. Then click in the upper, right-hand corner. Your login name and password are the same as they are here at school.
Google Docs - Click HERE. Be sure to uncheck "Stay signed in." Also, be sure to sign out of everything before closing your Internet browser.
MobyMax Math- Click HERE. The School Code is OR600.
AR Book Finder - Click HERE to see if your book is on the list.
Typing Agent - Click HERE. Your login is the same as the one you use at school. For 4th and 5th graders, typing is a requirement and you will receive a score on your report card. By the end of the year, 4th graders need to be able to type a one-page, single-spaced document using all the keys on the keyboard and size 12 font with 90% accuracy or better within 40 minutes. 5th graders need to be able to type a two-page document with 90% accuracy or better within 40 minutes. Make sure when you practice you are keeping your fingers on the home row and pressing the correct keys with the correct fingers. If you are practing the upper or lower rows your fingers reach up or down but come right back to the home row. Remember not to look at your hands.