• The purpose of the enrichment activities is to extend your learning beyond what is covered in the traditional classroom.  The readings, videos, and activities are designed to cultivate lifelong learning by connecting disparate subject areas.  This shows the interrelatedness of ideas and creates a well-rounded, educated individual. 

         Coding Programs 

    • Tynker Computer Coding Courses-Free, 6 lesson course for students in grades 3-8.  Additional courses can be purchased by a campus that focus on math, English, social studies, or life science for grades 3-5.
      Scratch-Free computer coding activities for students aged 8-16.  Students can program interactive games, stories, and animations.
      Code Studio- Free, 20 hour courses in Computer Science for students aged 4-18.
      Lightbot- junior coding puzzles for ages 4-8 available on ipads, programming puzzles for ages 9+ available on ipads and Window

         Math Enrichment Resources:

    • Prodigy Game-free online math game targeted for students in grades 1-8, game differentiates to the learning needs of players
      Ken-Ken Puzzles -free math puzzles (online or printable) that reinforce computation skills in addition, subtraction, multiplication, & division (difficulty level and math operations are customizable) while focusing on logical thinking
      Greg Tang Math Games -free online math games for kids.  There are also downloadable puzzles, etc...that can be printed and used in the classroom.

         Reading Enrichment Resources

    • Wonderopolis-website where a "wonder of the day" submitted by students is explored.  Students can read for themselves (or there is audio available for students who need help with reading).  Each "wonder of the day" is accompanied with "wonder words" for vocabulary development and a short comprehension quiz.
      Poetry 4 Kids -website with tons of poems, poetry games, poetry activities, and other resources
      Daily Quiddler Puzzle-from the creators of SET, a critical thinking, word-building puzzle

        Games to Make Kids Think

         Cool Websites