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Practice Journal


    These are additional resources that may be used to support our math curriculum in growing our students into solid mathematitions.                                                                                                           

    Prodigy Math Game
    Prodigy is a free, adaptive math game that integrates common-core math (grades 1-7) into a fantasy style game that students love playing. Prodigy takes game-based learning a step further and provides teachers with a powerful set of reporting and assessment tools that allow them to easily identify trouble spots, differentiate instruction, and better manage classroom time. Each student will have an account and will be encouraged to use it to enhance mathematical skills and problem solving. The program is adaptive, so each student will work at their individual level.   


    This is a great tool for practicing and reviewing the standards that are being worked on in class. Parent may sign up for email progress reports. - NOT CURRENTLY BEING PAID for by DISTRICT/School-
    Students have accounts that are accesible through Class Link.  Take placement tests and practice skills by math strands.
     Math Playground
    This is a fun site where it helps the students with manipulating math tools on the computer, which is a skill that they will be expected to do on their SBAC test in the last trimester. They can also play games on this site that are compatible with common core. 
    This website is used to help students with practicing their math facts to get them to proficiency. When students do not know their math facts, it makes learning new concepts more difficult to master.
     Khan Academy 
    Khan Academy offers free tutorials and online practice of math skills. This is a great reinforcement to daily lessons, or when a student is absent. Students will have an account and may be assigned lessons and quizzes.
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