|Reading and Language Arts
||Spelling City - A fun way to practice your spelling words.|
|Short Circuit -- Fun game matching suffixes and prefixes to their meanings. Start with level 1 and work your way up to level 4.|
|Grammar Blast -- Great links for reviewing grammar and parts of speech.|
|Reading Comprehension Connection -- Select a subject and a skill level. Click Start Lesson to begin.|
|Strategies for Reading -- This site will help you learn about the 9 strategies to make you a better reader. There are lessons and activities to practice as well.|
|Prefixes and Suffixes -- Use these links to practice using prefixes and suffixes. |
Maggie's Earth Adventure Short Circuit
|Cloze activities - more cloze activities|
|CNN stories -- Choose a topic, read news stories, and do activities using vocabulary, comprehension, sequencing, and more.|
|Suffixes, Prefixes, and Base Words -- Vocabulary page from TV411.org that is great for review and practice using these language arts skills.|
|Subjects and Predicates -- Rags to Riches game finding simple subjects and predicates.|
|Power Proofreading -- Interactive practice on proofreading skills.|
|Reading Comprehension Connection -- Select a subject, then select Intermediate level before you begin the lesson.|
|Harcourt Reading Series Online Activities -- Lots of fun and educational activities that go along with the stories students read in class. Click on Grade 5 for 5th grade activities.|
|Reading Comprehension Online -- Practice reading passages and answering questions using this Texas Education Agency website.|
|Letter Generator -- Template for writing a business or friendly letter.|
|Brainchild.com -- Online practice for state reading assessments.|
|Fun Brain - multiple meaning words |
Multiple meanings - sentence practice
Ball Hogs - word game focusing on synonyms, antonyms, and homophones.
|Comic Creator -- Write your own comic strip with this cool tool.|
|Vocabulary builder - for each vocabulary question answered correctly, 10 grains of rice will be donated to the UN's World Food Program.|
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Polygon Sides & Angles -- How many sides or angles are there in the polygon? Click the number to answer.
Polygon Matching -- Play this concentration game and try to match the polygon with its name.
Pentominos -- Choose 4 squares to remain empty, then try to put all of the colored shapes on the board without leaving any OTHER squares empty. Good luck!
3-D Boxes -- Calculating volume using 3-D shapes made of cubes.
Everything You Wanted to Know About Area & Perimeter -- Click on AREA. Then click on the rectangle, read and click next. Work through the levels starting at 1 and going until you finish level 3.
Flips, Turns, and Slides -- Make sure you read the directions before you begin this game!
3-D Shapes -- Use this site for the lab activity about 3-D shapes.
Learn how to use factors while playing bingo.
Multiples and Factors - tutorials with real world problems
Watch the avatars explain when and why we use mutiples and factors, then solve some problems.
Work out 10 problems about highest common factor and lowest common multiple, then have fun with ghosts in the air.
Fraction Pizza -- Click Enter Activities, then either choose a level or start at level one and work your way through the whole game.
Fraction Frenzy -- Quickly match the equivalent fractions to advance to the next level before time runs out. See if you can beat Ms. Cuevas' high score of over 70,000!
|Texas Online Assessment -- Practice test from the Texas Education Association.|
|Harcourt Math -- Interactive math games and tutorials from the publishers of our math books.|
|Arcademic Skill Builders Grand Prix racing, fun games using basic operations|
|Decimals -- Click on one of the links below to practice with decimals. |
Rounding Decimals - practice rounding decimals tenths, hundredths, and thousandths place values
|Math Playground -- Lots of fun, interactive math games.|
|Arithmetic Workshop --word problems and general math practice|
|Game Aquarium - math games pertaining to a variety of topics: money, place value, basic operations, geometry, etc.|
|AAA Math -- Practice many different math skills and keep track of how many you get right.|
|Quia Math Journey -- Click on the type or types of multiplication, division, addition or subtraction you want to practice and start the journey!|
|A+ Math -- More addition, subtraction, multiplication and division practice. Select the type or types of problems you need.|
|Virtual Manipulatives -- Explore and practice different math skills with these games.|
|Factor Bingo - Interactive game reinforcing factors|
|BASIC FACT PRACTICE |
Racing - choose the operation you want to practice. The more problems you answer the faster your race car will travel.
Baseball - choose the operation you want to practice. Hit a homerun with difficult problems.
Spacey Math - blast alien space ships as you practice basic facts.
Math Magician - challenge yourself by answering 20 basic fact problems in 1 minute. Choose a fact family or mix it up.
Snowball fight - practice basic multiplication facts.
Linear Equations - figure out the linear equations and see help
Internet4Classrooms Brain Teasers - A list of brain teasing activities.
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||Where Is That? -- A game from Funbrain that allows you to practice states and capitals. Choose your level and get started!|
|Ben's Guide to U.S. Government -- Great website that explores the election process, historical documents, how laws are made, and even includes interactive games.|
Zoom Explorers -- Click on the first letter of the explorer's last name, or browse explorers by years they traveled or area they explored.
Discoverers Web -- Scroll down to the list of pages on single explorers to find the person your explorer.
Explorer Quiz -- Quizzes over the explorers as well as other information.
Adventure to the New World -- This is a webquest designed by a junior high teacher, but the links on this page are very helpful.
Explorers of North America -- Scroll through the links to find the name of your explorer.
Kid Info Explorers Links -- A page full of web links about explorers. Click and learn!
More Explorer Links -- This page has more links to check out on explorers.
Explorers Database -- Great website with tons of information on many explorers. Check out the other links on the site, too!
Enchanted Learning Explorers - This site has brief, easy to read information, and most show a simple map of their voyage.
Discoverers Web - Descriptions of many explorers, as well as other links.
Yahooligans Explorers - Yahooligans search category for Explorers. Links to various pages, depending on the explorer.
Explorer Quiz - Fun Activities and Quizzes about many of the common Explorers. Created by a school.
Adventure to the New World - This is actually designed as an assignment, but the links are very useful.
Vikings from Smithsonian - Tour of the Vikings exhibit, and links to information about Vikings.
Scribble Maps - Use this site during your interview to draw the route of your explorer.
All About Explorers - This has great information about explorers.
13 Originals -- Great information, links, maps and a timeline on the 13 original colonies.
13 Colonies -- Click on the colony on the map to read basic information about it.
American Colonies -- A chart of information on each colony, including founder, year founded, purpose, and interesting notes.
Lewis and Clark -- An interactive adventure with these famous American explorers.
Colonial Williamsburg -- Great links to information about the colonial Williamsburg, Virginia.
The Jamestown Adventure -- Help colonize the new world in this interactive game.
Colonial House -- An interactive history website from PBS. Great links, activities, and information.
|Revolutionary War -- Read a lesson then take a quiz to test your Revolutionary War knowledge. |
American Revolution Videos -- Five different videos about the American Revolution from ClassZone.
The Road to Revolution -- Use your knowledge of the Revolutionary War to navigate your way to freedom!
|Green Tips - Environmentally friendly ideas |
Earth 911 - This site talks about the 3 R's and how to dispose of your electronics.
EPH Search Engine Page - Type in key words and find documents on your topic.
The Environment and Society - Links to many ways of protecting our environment.
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