Websites for Enrichment and At Home Learning

Hello CR parents and families!

As students are currently taking a break from the classroom we would like to make you aware of the many free online resources (such as ebooks, activities and more) that are available to your student, should you choose to use them at home. This list is purely OPTIONAL, but your student is probably familiar with many of them from prior use at school. Many of these websites are fun, interactive and provide feedback to guide the learning process.

Free Resources for Families during Coronavirus Pandemic.  This site includes lots of great resources for learning at home and homework help. Highly recommended!

Resources to Support Learning During COVID-19 These resources are curated by the State of Iowa Department of Education. Many resources listed for every content area.

Resources: Note* Keystone Online Resources are purchased by Keystone AEA 1 and provided to students and schools in the AEA1 area at no cost. Click here for a link to the Keystone provided resources with tips for how to login and many more resources listed:  https://tinyurl.com/CRresources20

Clayton Ridge Sites:

#ScratchAtHome https://sip.scratch.mit.edu/scratchathome/?mc_cid=e07e6557c5&mc_eid=fe35fb7e98

#ScratchAtHome provides children, families, and educators with ideas for engaging in creative learning activities using the free Scratch coding environment.

This page will be updated several times a week with new activities!

Teacher Websites (In alphabetical order)

Mrs. Cano's Suggested Websites

Spanish stories or Spanish songs daily on Google Classroom for students to practice.

Use the following websites for practice:

duolingo.com

senorwooly.com (they have accounts)

garbanzo.io (see Google Classroom for sign up instructions)

http://iculture.emcp.com, pick the corresponding language, and enter the password ICULTURE4U

Mrs. DeGidio's Suggested Websites

Grammar and Paragraph Practice - http://guidetogrammar.org/grammar/index.htm

Grammar Practice - https://chompchomp.com/menu.htm

Vocabulary Practice - https://freerice.com/

Vocabulary Practice - https://playknoword.com/

Review of ANY concept - http://www.braineos.com/search/decks

Fun Trivia on ANY topic - https://www.sporcle.com/

Mrs. Connelly and Mrs. Palmer's 3rd Grade Suggested Websites

First in Math: https://www.firstinmath.com/

Student's usernames and passwords are in the front of their planners.

Type to Learn: http://www.claytonridge.k12.ia.us/en/elementary_school/

User name: student last name + their lunch #

Password: Their lunch number

Spelling City: https://www.spellingcity.com/users/kconnelly

Mrs. Mackey's Suggested Websites

Middle School Social Studies websites for online learning:

TrueFlix - https://sdm-tfx.digital.scholastic.com/?authCtx=U.636189721

FreedomFlix - https://sdm-fflix.digital.scholastic.com/?authCtx=U.636189721

Social Studies Games - http://interactivesites.weebly.com/social-studies.html

Mr. Mueller's Suggested Websites

IXL: https://www.ixl.com/signin/cres

Khan Academy https://www.khanacademy.org/

Mr. Pfaffly's Website

http://science4students.pbworks.com

Mr. Radcliffe's Suggested Websites

musictechteacher.com

Musictheory.net

Incredibox.com

http://www.flashmusicgames.com/notepair.html

http://creatingmusic.com/BlockGames/ComparingGame/

http://www.klsriley.com/for-students/online-music-games/

Ms. Streich's Suggested Websites

IXL for Math (Science and Social Studies are now free as well)

BookFlix: https://tinyurl.com/CRresources20

Mrs. Werges' Suggested Websites

My Access - an online writing activity.

        My Access Writing: https://www.myaccess.com/myaccess/do/log                

Username is first name last name, no capital letters. EX: john smith Password is lunch code.

All 6th, 7th, and 8th graders have used this and know how to use it for improving writing skills. Mrs. Werges has assigned a prompt to work on for extra practice