READING, MATH, and MORE LINKS:  
Ms. Ayer's Favorite Interactive Websites  
You will be amazed at the progress you can make while playing games. Start using these interactive websites to learn right now!
1. Go to the left column of this page and click on one of the links. 2. Follow the directions and start playing to learn. 3. Click on different links. 4. Play and learn! Congratulations, you are officially an online learner! Now you can teach other people how to learn new things while playing interactive games online. Send me an email to let me know how you are progressing. HAPPY LEARNING!  
Read 30 minutes or more daily! READING Reading websites, math links, and more are ordered in the left column. Both Dolch and Fry word lists are included. These sight words are sometimes difficult to decode and are the most frequently used words in the English language, often comprising up to 70 percent of any general text. Thus, you can see that learning these sight words is a crucial part of literacy. Practice and master necessary reading skills with the reading links in the column under the calendar to the left. Click here to test your reading speed. READ, READ, READ to increase your fluency and reading comprehension.
READ TO SUCCEED!  
MATH Teachers, students, and parents can all use the power of the web to learn math. Practice math from home for your SOL tests. Click on: A wealth of problems, puzzles, and skillbuilding exercises are available online to improve math education. Additionally, online mentoring, homework help, and research tools are available. Students can have fun while they learn and acquire new skills.
Practice and master your math skills with the math links in the column to the left.
PRACTICE DAILY!
 Build your math skills! SOL PRACTICE ONLINE Check out SOL practice online now. Click on: Practice from home for your SOL tests. The website (solpass.org) has practice questions for all subject areas using released SOL tests. It can be accessed through the website address above or by going to the Gildersleeve home page. 1) Select students tab. 2) Select student resources. 3) Under SOL websites click on link for SOL Pass. 4) Choose appropriate School Tab. 5) Select released SOL tests. 6) Select appropriate subject tab. 7) Select appropriate grade level. (There are several online tests as well as printable pdf tests available for students to use.) Ask for help if you don't understand a question!  
MATH STUDY TIPS

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