The link above is a list of annotated websites I have viewed. Please browse the websites for your children. I am sure you will find them most useful.


This link contains rules for adding suffixes and how their spellings change.


This link helps writers come up with ideas.


This link lists prepositions for students to use in expanding their writing.


This link reminds the students of different ways they can combine sentences to take their writing to the next level.


All reading groups have covered these three syllable types and two ways to break words into syllables. This documents explains the rules and gives examples. If your child does not apply these rules, this page and reminders of the rules will help guide them.


These are all of the spellings we have used to spell long a sounds. This tells you when to use each spelling and gives examples. This will help with reading and spelling.


These are all of the spellings we have used for long e. This explains when each are used. This will help with reading and spelling.


These are all of the spellings we have used for long i. This explains when each are used. This will help with reading and spelling.
These are all of the spellings we have used for long o. This explains when each are used. This will help with reading and spelling.


This document is courtesy of Saxon Math. It is a Rap to help your child learn their addition doubles facts.


This document provides your child with a chart listing key words to look for in a word problem to determine if it is asking you to add or subtract.


This sheet provides you with a way to help your children add and subtract without using their fingers. It will help make the transition from fingers and manipulatives to memorization.