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Educational Websites

Star Fall
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     We use this website in class, so all of the students should be able to navigate through it pretty much on their own. This is a great website to help students with letter recognition and letter sound knowledge. This sight also is great for helping students with sight word recognition and reading fluency. Plus the kids think this sight is very fun!
TVO Kids
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This website offers games that educate children in literacy, math, arts and crafts, music, science, animals, and more.  
PBS kids
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This website allows the students to watch educational videos and play games that associate with the videos they watch.
Kid Thing
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This website requires a free download, but the activities it contains are worth the download. Students will be able to play games that cover a variety of academic skills and the games are fun and keep the child’s attention.       
Learning Planet
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Make sure that you choose the “student” tab at the top of the page for the activities. This website is great for practicing letter naming and letter recognition, as well as counting and numbers.    
Disney Go
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This website has games that practice conceptual thinking and fine motor skills with characters that the students recognize and love.        
Scholastic Online
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Parents will probably have to help their child find the activities on this website. If you click on the “kids” tab at the top of the page and then click “games” from the dropdown menu, it will take you to the page of activities. This page offers games that correlate with different books that the students have read, or will read.     
Fisher-Price Online Activities
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This site is directed more towards younger children. It includes activities that involve shapes, colors, conceptual thinking, and fine motor skills.