Helpful Sites for Learning

     https://www.ixl.com/signin/hokesbluff

This is the website to get right onto our IXL skill based learning for math and language (reading skills included under language skills) skills. The skills assigned to your child are both grade specific as well as individualized. We use it regularly in our classroom, so your child should be familiar. They LOVE it! It gives tutorials as well to help when they are struggling.


    https://connected.mcgraw-hill.com//school/e3r3

This is the website for our wonders reading program, so your child can read the text at home, or just polish up on any reading, language/grammar, and spelling skills they may need extra practice with.

     xtramath.org

This sight gets set up in class. Enrollment codes and letters go home specific to your child. You may also want to set up an account at home if you choose. Either way it is a fun way for your child to learn and build their facts knowledge and speed up in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. It starts with simple addition and builds all the way up through division facts needed for fourth grade.

                               I HOPE THESE ARE HELPFUL!
 WE LOVE TO USE THEM AT SCHOOL, AND HAVE USED THEM FOR YEARS AT HBES.