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I justrecently found this website, E-Learning For Kids, and I’m so excited to start using it with my kids. My favorite part about it is that it’s FREE! E-Learning for Kids was developed to give kids independent instruction and practice of many different grade level skills.
You can see along the top band that there are ways to use the resources Offline and that many of the activities come in other languages.
The next band shows the areas they have videos/activities in. The MathZone appears to be the most comprehensive. I think this is a relatively new site so they are continuing to add and expand each month. Their science area is also really comprehensive and is a great resource!
Many of the resources are aligned with International baccalaureate standards. There’s also a convenient grade level and search bar feature to help you find resources for what you’re currently working on.
These are some of the 3rd grade math resources that are provided. I’ve played around with a couple resources. Some are more explanatory than others. Some have multiple levels. It all really depends on the skills that are being worked on.
E-Learning for Kids is my favorite new find and I can’t wait to add it to our rotation of resources!
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Hi! I’m Tessa!
I’ve spent the last 15 years teaching in 1st, 2nd, and 3rdgrades, and working beside elementary classrooms as an instructional coach and resource support. I’m passionate about math, literacy, and finding ways to make teachers’ days easier. I share from my experiences both in and out of the elementary classroom. Read more About Me.