Extended Spring Break Activities
To keep students accademically engaged during the extended spring break, try the following activities:
Grades K-5 Literacy
- Read, read, read! Reading is always a good idea. Be sure your child reads from a variety of genres, including fiction and non-fiction. Newspapers, magazines, and recipes are great, too. Talk with your child about what they have read.
Grades K-5 Blended Learning (I-Ready)
- Students may log into I-Ready and work on reading and math lessons that their teachers have assigned. These lessons are "blue lessons" and have been assigned specifically to individual students so that they can work on skills and concepts with which they may need additional support.
- Be sure to access I-Ready using single sign-on (SSO) at this link I-Ready log-in
Grades 3-5 Blended learning (Achieve 3000)
- Students may work on lessons in Achieve 3000 which includes reading Science and Social Studies content-related articles and answering questions and other activities.
- Be sure to access Achieve 3000 using single sign-on (SSO) at this link Achieve 3000 log-in
Grades 2-5 Math (Acaletics)
- Acaletics Math Club Portal: Students may practice math scrimmage problems online. This site includes instructional videos to model problem solving strategies for students. Log in and password are required. Click here to reach the site.
- Acaletics Flash Cards: Students can practice basic math facts. Log in and password are not required. Click here to access the site.
- Acaletics Problem of the Week: Access a variety of standards-aligned math problems for students in grades 3-8. Log in and password are not required. Click here to access the site.