Oh friends – this post comes to you with Snow Day #3 in the books and a very-possible Day #4. When your school secretary shares this picture with you, you start longing for your classroom. Especially when you’re going to be making up these snow days in June! It’s been almost a week since I last saw my 1st grade friends and I can only hope they have been reading each night. I am all about those snow day snuggles, board games, and snowmen. But after a week, I wanted to share some ideas with my families…just in case my friends were getting restless.
Wanting a mix of fun, reading, math, and technology, I chose to highlight SumDog Math, StoryLine Online, Dance Mat Typing, Hour of Code, ABC YA, and GoNoodle. All 6 websites are perfect for all elementary students (K-5th grade) and offer families a variety of choices. Plus, these six websites are all free and some of my friends’ favorites. If you’re looking at another week of missed school or just want to be prepared, you can snag this printable here for free. (Note – I’ve also included a non-snow version for all of you warm-climated teachers!)
So friends, what are your favorite at-home practice websites? I’d love to hear your ideas. Until then, here’s to hoping we return to school shortly…fingers, arms, legs, and toes crossed!
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