STUDENT RESOURCES

 Technology in elementary education is important because it helps prepare students for the digital future. It teaches 21st-century skills are necessary to be successful in today’s world. Now, a majority of jobs have a digital component that will only grow and get more complex as time goes on. Therefore, technology prepares students for their future. Further, it sets them up to be successful in our increasingly digital economy.

G SUITE

Google Classroom
google Docs

Google Classroom

Google Docs

Google Slides
Google Drive

Google Slides

Google Drive

G Suite apps provide everything you need to bring your projects to life.  Easily work on documents, spreadsheets, and slides across your devices.  

Work in a single document with teammates.  See edits as others type, communicate through built-in chat, and ask questions in comments

Multiple people can work at the same time, and every change is saved automatically

MATH RESOURCES

Think Central
iReady
AAA Math
Flipgrid

Think Central

i-Ready

AAA Math

Flipgrid

Research conducted by Dr. Tanya Evans of Stanford University indicates that children who know math can recruit certain brain regions more reliably, and have higher gray matter volume in those regions, than those who perform more poorly in math.  The brain regions involved in higher math skills in high-performing children were associated with various cognitive tasks involving visual attention and decision-making.  While correlation may not imply causation, this study indicates that the same brain regions that help you do math are recruited in decision-making and attentional processes.

-piday.org

SCIENCE RESOURCES

Brainpop
Nasa Kids
Natgeo Kids

BrainPop

Nasa Kids

Nat Geo Kids

Discovery Kids

Discovery Kids

Scientific literacy starts in early childhood and continues through elementary school. Scientific knowledge is necessary to fully participate in human culture and democracy—especially as it becomes more technological. The future of our nation depends on a scientifically literate public.

READING RESOURCES

Rhymezone

Rhyme Zone

iReady

i-Ready

Flocabulary

Flocabulary

Starfall

Starfall

A child's reading skills are important to their success in school as they will allow them to access the breadth of the curriculum and improve their communication and language skills. In addition, reading can be a fun and imaginative time for children, which opens doors to all kinds of new worlds for them.

Studies show that reading for pleasure makes a big difference to children’s educational performance. Likewise, evidence suggests that children who read for enjoyment every day not only perform better in reading tests than those who do not, but also develop a broader vocabulary, increased general knowledge and a better understanding of other cultures.

In fact, reading for pleasure is more likely to determine whether a child does well at school than their social or economic background. - nordangliaeducation.com

TECH RESOURCES

Codemonkey

CodeMonkey

Adobe Spark Logo

Adobe Spark

Codeacademy

Code Academy

Code Logo

Code

Everfi

EverFi

Dancemat Typing

Dance Mat Typing

Code Academy Logo

Code Academy

Technology is entwined in almost part of our daily lives. It affects how we communicate, play, socialize, and learn. Now, technology is taking a part in classrooms. Smartboards, iPads, and Chromebooks are replacing chalkboards, notepads, and textbooks. With the strong digital future that lies ahead of us, it is only natural that our school is embracing the role technology can play in improving the learning experience.

OTHER RESOURCES

Kahoot

Kahoot!

News ELA

Newsela

NYC School Library System
Schoolnet

School Library

Schoolnet

Students love to explore the internet.  These resources will take them to a universe full of information that is fun, educational and engaging.  

Kahoot will allow them to interact with their friends and teachers while Newsela and the School Library System will provide them with the resources and articles they need to gather important facts and information.

We love your input.  If you would like us to add other resources that you believe will help our students in their academic journey, please go to the Contact page and send us a message with your suggestion(s).

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