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Old 06-19-2018, 06:13 PM
 
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Next year, we will be a one to one school. I would like ideas for utilizing these for morning work .


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We use ours for Zearn, Benchmark Advanced (our LA series), NewsELA, Accelerated Reader, Spelling City, Prodigy, and a host of other sites.
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My students logged onto Moby Max first thing in the morning for our morning work. Monday they did math, Tuesday fact fluency, Wednesday reading literature, Thursday reading informational text and Friday they did language.

Some days I had them to The HEV project cursive videos before they signed onto Moby Max

There are also a lot of digital products on TPT now that can be used with Google Classroom. My students enjoyed working on those during centers, I am sure they can be used as morning work.
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Teachwonder- We use Benchmark too! Is Benchmark advance just the website? I've been out of the classroom for three years, so I trying to readjust to technology in the classroom. I've used spelling city, IXL, newsela, and others. I'll look into prodigy and zearn. Any other recommendations? Thank you!
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Choppie70- I'm curious what sites or resources you used. Did students go to Mobymax every Monday, Tuesday? Werethe same sites used each Wednesday, and Thursday, or did you vary it?

Would you recommend specific TPT resources? I have been out of the classroom for the past three years. All help is appreciated! TIA!


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They used MobyMax all days. My school pays for it so it has all different subjects. They did a different subject each day. It places them at their level based on their assessment and they work through.

Besides MobyMax, we do the Read Works article a day and we used google slides to record our Book of Knowledge. Each day after they read the article, they wrote their three facts they wanted to remember on a slide and added a picture. By the end of they year they had a slide show off all they learned from the articles.

We also used IXL during reading and math rotations - I would assign them a lesson based on the topic we were covering.

I had some of my advanced students use Kahn Academy to work independently.

Jivey has some great paired passages and questions that are digital for reading.

MathTechConnections has some great digital centers for math.

Mr. Mault's Marketplace has digital bundles that I used. I really liked his digital graphic organizers.
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and Readworks Digital. They are free to use. You can set your class up on the digital version - they read and answer questions.
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You could try readtheory.org. Itís free for students and teachers, and gives some nice graphs to show reading progress. Itís basically short readings with comprehension questions. You can also turn on writing tasks for the students to do if you like.
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