Clever... Here’s what you’ve been waiting for… one central location to access GO! Math, Stemscopes (Science), Typing, IXL, Spelling City, Brain Pop, and Freckle! Clever is a portal that makes logging into multiple websites easy by utilizing their district Google accounts. Students are familiar with these sites and should be able to tell you all about them! Your child's username is: firstname.lastname@example.org (For example, mine would be, email@example.com). Their password is the word panther and the last 4 digits of their student ID (ex. panthers1234).
Quizlet is a website where you will find vocabulary terms from Wordly Wise, Social Studies vocabulary/study guides, and other important content related work. You can study with flashcards, take quizzes, and play games. There is no login/password requirement for this site.
Spelling City gives you access to each week's spelling list. To access the activities and games, click on the list name and then select either pre-spelling test, teach me, or play a game. Your child's username is 27lastnamefirstinitial (For example, mine would be, 27cooka). The password is panthers.
Google Drive for the classroom is designed to create and collect assignments paperlessly, including time-saving features like the ability to automatically make a copy of a Google Document for each student. It also creates Drive folders for each assignment and for each student to help keep everyone organized. This is a great way to have all digital assignments in one central location. Your child's username is: firstname.lastname@example.org (For example, mine would be, email@example.com). Their password is the word panther and the last 4 digits of their student ID (ex. panthers1234).
STEMscopes NGSS is built on Three-Dimensional Learning—crosscutting connections, discipline-specific core ideas, and science and engineering practices. All three dimensions are seamlessly woven together in lesson activities so that students come to understand the Next Generation Science Standards not as discreet facts and skills, but as the process of applying science in our lives. This type of learning means that students can interact with science as scientists themselves, combining personal interests, a spirit of inquiry, and the overarching concepts that govern how we understand the natural world. STEMscopes pedagogy has its roots in Bybee’s 5E model, Gardner’s theory of Multiple Intelligences, and the back-flipped classroom wherein students learn by doing and experiencing rather than passively observing. Your child's username is: firstname.lastname@example.org (For example, mine would be, email@example.com). Their password is mbusd.
GO Math! offers an engaging and interactive approach to covering the Common Core standards. The program ensures that students can access content at appropriate levels of depth and rigor. The program is focused, coherent, and rigorous. GO Math! at the elementary level combines 21st-century educational technology with modern content, dynamic interactivities, and a variety of instructional videos to engage today’s digital natives. There are more Go! resources listed at the bottom of this page. Your child's username is: firstname.lastname@example.org (For example, mine would be, email@example.com). Their password is the word panthers and the last 4 digits of their student ID (ex. panthers1234).
This site has thousands of common core math lessons. It is personalized math practice students love! By addressing student weaknesses and building off strengths, Front Row is designed to increase confidence and promote growth in ALL students, regardless of their ability level. The login information is first and last name, and our class code is cookcu.
IXL is an environment where guessing is not an option, and success is earned through hard work and genuine understanding of each concept. To facilitate this deeper level of learning, every skill on IXL has been designed to engage students' minds. Topics are approached from multiple angles, offer visual representations, provide a host of interactive activities, and more. By the time students have mastered a skill, their understanding of that topic is solid. And that's the greatest motivator for all students: knowing that when their study time is finished, they really “get it.” Log in with your username and password to practice math concepts we have learned. This is great review and enrichment! There is also an app for the iPad! Your child's username is: 27lastnamefirstinitial@mbusd (For example, mine would be, 27cooka@mbusd). Their password is the word panthers and the last 4 digits of their student ID (ex. panthers1234).
XtraMath is a program that teaches addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts which are critical to success in mathematics. When children gain mastery of their basic math facts, they are better prepared for more advanced math skills. Therefore, it is essential for them to practice the facts on a regular basis. Core math facts are the building blocks of a child’s education and essential for success with fractions, decimals, multi-digit algorithms and higher level Math. XtraMath is based on the assumption that students who regularly practice will quickly and easily recall answers when needed, freeing up mental resources for more complex problem solving. Each student took home a flyer with their username and password at the start of the year.
Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. Here you will tackle math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more. Their math missions guide learners from kindergarten to calculus using state-of-the-art, adaptive technology that identifies strengths and learning gaps. They have also partnered with institutions like NASA, The Museum of Modern Art, The California Academy of Sciences, and MIT to offer specialized content. You will create your own account with an email address.
Scholastic News is the only current events and nonfiction magazine specifically designed for the fourth-grade classroom. Each beautiful, full-color issue features concise informational texts that are as compelling as they are complex. Support materials like writing prompts and challenging core questions help you use each engaging text to develop the close reading skills required by Common Core and state standards. With digital learning tools like videos, Text-to-Speech audio read-alouds, printable skills sheets, and games, Scholastic News is so much more than a magazine. It’s a complete print and digital program for the fourth-grade classroom! Your child can access the magazine by signing in as a student with the classroom password 27pacific.
Tween Tribune is the daily news sites for kids, tweens and teens – where you'll find the most compelling, relevant and interesting news for 55 million kids in K-12 and their 3.5 million teachers. They're encouraging kids, teens and tweens to seek out news on a daily basis because our democracy depends upon a well-informed public, so the belief is it is important to foster a daily news-reading habit as soon as kids begin to read.
Brainpop is an interactive website that uses flash animation to provide information on a variety of k-12 content topics including health, mathematics, English, science, social studies, technology, and music/arts. Brainpop also focuses on current topics in all content areas. Brainpop allows teachers, students, and parents the ability and unique resource to introduce a new topic or providing an enrichment activity to reinforce difficult concepts. Your child's username is pacificlab and the password is brainpop.
Typing Web is being used in class to practice our typing skills using an attached keyboard. Your child has started using Typing web and has access to this program at home. Log-in with your child's username to continue practicing. Your child's username is: lastnamefirstinitial27 (For example, mine would be, cooka27). Your child's password is: panthers1234 (special 4 digits). Happy typing!
The Smarter Balanced Practice Test and the Training Test provide students with an early look at sets of assessment questions aligned to the Common Core for grades 3-8 and 11 in both English language arts/literacy and mathematics. These resources will help students prepare for the Smarter Balanced assessment. Log in as a guest.
IXL Aligned Skills to Go Math Lessons Grade 4