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    Websites and Apps to Develop Academic Skills

    This is a list of websites or Apps recommended for student use by staff at Thurgood Marshall.  As with any site, parents should check it out first to be sure you feel it is appropriate for your child.

    The Seattle School District offers an online student resources page with many links including Typing Agent, encyclopedia and thesaurus resources, and many reading sites.

    Tutoring

    Khan Academy - Great for all ages. Students can learn independently and can watch videos in many subjects to get help for a concept they are stuck on.  Free.

    Yup Technologies - Provides help in math, physics and chemistry. Appropriate for students 3rd grade and up.  Fee based.

    Coding Skills

    Code.org - Over 100 activities to teach people of all ages to learn to code. Available in 45 different languages. Free.

    Reading

    PBS Kids

    Fun Brain

    Writing

    Scholastic.com

    Storybird.com

    Letter formation – Writing Wizard appallows practice for tracing shapes, letters and numbers; can be set on different levels of difficulty; can also upload different vocabulary lists and create worksheets that you can print.

    Dexteria Junior - This app this helps with visual-motor integration and fine motor control/accuracy; targeted towards pre-school/kindergarten level, but the tracing section is good for all levels of students.

    Visual Discrimination - Things to Spot: this app is like a “find it” game, to help with visual discrimination

    Early Literacy

    teacher.scholastic.com - Student Activities

    teacher.scholastic.com - Clifford Interactive Storybooks

    Math

    Business and money games for children New! 10/01/18

    Fact practice and games

    Math mysteries that promote logic and reasoning

    Math games and fact practice

    Math Games - Fun Brain

    Math fact fluency practice

    Math Games - PBS Kids