Resources to link you to our classroom
These websites are for the parents of my students. These are meant to help you with extra practice for your student, as well as, ways to help your student break down the concept for better understanding. There are links below that will help you be more connected to what your student is doing on a daily basis.
Vocabulary Home Connect
Download this generic vocabulary home connect any week for the rest of the year if your student forgets theirs at school.
This website has tons of resources! There are endless reading passages with attached questions (and answers). The reading passages can be sorted by skill and reading level, along with other criteria. You will need to make a free account. Once you've made a free account, there will be a tab on the top in blue (reading passages). When you hover over it a menu will appear. Click on: Get Reading Passages. When you find an appropriate reading passage, click on the title and it will take you to a new page to download to passage and questions.
We use Class Dojo on a daily basis. This link will take you to the home page where you will need to register your email. You have the code (it was sent home) to log in as a parent or a student.
This link is a book leveler. You can type in the title of almost any book and this website will give you the reading level of that book. We use the guided reading levels at Alston Ridge. It is a letter associated with the book. Make sure you check the guided reading box before you hit search. This will help you and your student ensure that they are reading books that are just right for them.
This is the reading log that we use on a weekly basis. Download it if you need an extra copy.
Sign up for fall conferences
Follow this link to sign up for a time to talk about your child's progress this year.
Scholastic Book Club
Use this link to purchase scholastic books from the paper catalogs that come home. Use the code: NBK44
Pay field trips online
Go Noodle has brain breaks and other activities to get students bodies moving.
This website has TONS of resources for learning and practicing multiplication. Most things on this site are linked elsewhere on our classroom website but feel free to explore.
WCPSS Parent Resource Page
This is a page that is filled with resources for parents. It is provided by Wake County Public Schools.
This is Ms. Little's website. She is Alston Ridge's ESL (English as a Second Language) teacher. Her website has great games and resources for students and parents.