Reading Street- this cool site goes along with our Reading textbook. There are activities for each story and the vocabulary words. Check it out!
- This is the online edition of our Math and Reading textbooks with helpful tools. Students need their login and password information
Study Island- log on to practice the skills and objectives we are learning in class.
Sharon Computer Lab- here are some great links especially for fourth graders. Check out the North Carolina section to go along with our study of our state!
AAA Math- a fun way to sharpen your math skills!
IXL Math- Awesome site for practicing 4th grade Math skills
Rounding Game- Practice the rounding skills we've learned in class with this fun game!
Synonym Sam- play this game with words that have the same meaning
Synonym Toast- Grab the toast with the synonym to the word on the toaster, but be fast! That bread is moving by quickly :).
Pete's Power Point Station-this web site has hundreds of Power Point Presentations and Games to help you practice skills from class.
- creating word clouds with this great program. We are using it as part of our project on the novel we just finished, The Report Card, by Andrew Clements.
Read Write Think
- this is an excellent website filled with lots of wonderful resources.
Name that Genre
- Use this link to practice your knowledge of the many different literary genres.
-use this to solve for input output tables from Topic 6 in Math.
Wacky Web Tales
-these stories are much like "Mad Libs". Try a few out to practice as we are working on nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs in reading class.
Area and Perimeter Powerpoint
-this awesome powerpoint walks your through the basics but also shows how to find area of irregular figures and has some great resources at the end.
- play this fun and addictive logic game on Fun Brain
- This awesome site from Scholastic has instructional videos, songs and practice on many of the great things we study in Science and Math. Use it as a homework helper or test your knowledge on what we're working on in class.
Here are some of Mrs. Sudman's favorite children's authors. Check out their web sites and then check out one of their books at the school or public library.