Links For Parents (ELD)

Spring 2017 Newsletter 


The following links were determined to be useful for parents and students. (Please note copies of pdf drafts of Parent Involvement policies and Savage Parent-Staff Compact in English and Spanish at the bottom of this page--Updated 8.23.2013)

ELD Standards

ParentDish's 27 Top Web Sites for Kids

ESLTower.com

http://www.ed.gov/blog/2010/09/college-is-un-sueo-alcanzablean-attainable-dream/

Click on above link for video presentation: College is an Attainable Goal

Click on Tumble Books and then click on story books.  This is an online read aloud library.  Books are in alphabetical order.  The students really like this site.  You could even do this on the Elmo for the whole class to enjoy.

  This is a great tool for independent spelling practice on the computer. Type in your spelling list.  The computer teaches the word and even uses the word in context.  It spells the word letter by letter and reads the sentence.  The students may then take a practice test.  Very user friendly site.

  This is a wonderful site for phonemic awareness.  It reviews all the sounds and word families.  I think most of you have this one.

  This a great website for older elementary.  There are vocabulary videos.  You click on the word and it shows a cartoon and uses the word in context.  You can sign up for their word of the day and they will email you a vocabulary video to show everyday.  This is another way to enrich student vocabulary.

  This site has free power point slideshows for all curriculum areas.  You just have to take time to look through some of these.  I really think this site would be useful in the classroom.  This is great for introducing concepts or a quick way to review.

 This site has some great picture flashcards by category.

  This site has some picture flashcards, games, worksheets, etc.

 Anita Archer seminar documents from SCOE:  You may access any of the documents by going to our Stanislaus County Office Of Education website (www.stancoe.org) and locating the Instructional Support Services page in the “Departments” section of our county website.  The link to the documents can be found at the bottom of the page.

 http://www.stancoe.org/html/divisionPages/AsSuperISS.htm

 You can change the interface (up at the top) to other available languages

 http://www.languageguide.org/english/

 

Math related terms:

http://www.amathsdictionaryforkids.com/

 

Writing website:

http://www.writingfun.com/

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