Internet Resources for Parents
Please be advised that these links are not controlled by Loudoun County Public Schools or sponsored by Loudoun County Public Schools.
Although the Sugarland Staff carefully reviews many websites before we use them in our classrooms and add them to our website, we strongly encourage parents to continuously monitor their child's Internet activity.
If you have any questions regarding these links, please contact your child's teacher, Sugarland Administrators, or Mrs. Jennifer Amores-Kalich (TechResourceTeacher).
* * * for your reference, attached below is a PDF from the VA Dept of Education * * *
additional Internet Safety online resources for families
Remember: Surf the Internet Carefully
and Together as a Family!
This website has many activities to help 3rd, 4th,
and 5th graders prepare for SOL Testing.
Third, Fourth and Fifth Grade Sugarland students may also use this resource at home. Please remember that these individual accounts were purchased specifically to help improve our reading skills and SOL test scores. Please do NOT share your Study Island account information with anyone.
REFLEX MATH ( for 2nd graders through 5th graders )
BrainPOP creates animated, curriculum-based content that supports educators and engages students. All are supported by BrainPOP Educators, which features free lesson plans, video tutorials, professional development tools, graphic organizers, and best practices for our teacher community.
ED'S HEAD SCIENCE
Ed's Head helps students learn through educational games and activities designed to meet state and national standards.
KidSpace Internet Public Library
resources include technology integration, math & science activities, read aloud stories, more Internet links ...
This "kid friendly" website provides links and information about more "kid friendly" websites. Categories range from Alphabet Animals to Coloring Pages, Math Activities, Rhymes, Story Books and more ...
QUESTION OF THE DAY
provides daily questions on a number of subjects including general knowledge, how stuff works,SAT, farmer's almanac, math & physics
educational videos for all grade levels
students must logon with their school " network account "
students must not share their logon infohttp://safari.lcps.org
VIRTUAL "INTERACTIVE" MATH
This website is sponsored by Utah State University and offers many "interactive" and "manipulative" style math lessons for many grades and ability levels.
Students are currently using this resource with their classroom teacher and with other Specialists.
. . . review activities in all content areas for all grade levels
. . . science , math , and more science
with focus on technology
Multicultural and Language Resources
Now Available to LCPS !
Loudoun County Public School teachers, students and families now have both school and remote (home) access to:
L'Encyclopedie Decouverte Hispanica Saber - Gran Enciclopedia Hispanica
World Book Online has many language resources aside from these new dedicated language sites. The World Book Web offers substantial language and cultural resources that can be integrated into the language and social studies curriculum. Below is a list of the resources and the sites where they can be found.
World Book KidsAt the end of each article in Kids there is a blue box that offers the user the option of having the article translated in Spanish. The articles link to Enciclopedia Estudiantil Hallazgos.
World Book StudentThe “Explore the World” feature on the Home Page contains a wealth of socio-economic information on every country. The “Resource Guides” feature “live” newspapers from every country.
World Book Advanced
“World Newspapers" feature on the Home Page of Advanced features direct links to newspapers around the world.
The e-Book Center on the Home Page has hundreds of complete e-Books in the following languages: Dutch , English , Flemish , French , German , Italian ,
Latin , Portuguese and Spanish.
There are more than 5,000 e-Books in World Book Advanced!
World Book Discover
Discover is a multicultural resource database that also contains a “Visual Dictionary” that allows users to visually toggle from English to Spanish or French.
If you have any questions about these new resources, or require more information,
please ask Mrs. Kim Grim ( Librarian, Sugarland )
or Matt Thompson ( Media Technology Specialists for LCPS ).