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Marion City School District

Reading and Math Resources

Studies show that the more parents are involved in their students' education, the more their students succeed. That includes higher grades and test scores, better attendance, and more completion of homework.

Students are also more motivated to succeed and have better self-esteem.

As we work to help your student grow, we appreciate the part you play in inspiring a community of achievement. We offer these resources that you can use to work with your child at home.

Your children have access and passwords already for many of these resources, while you can set up an account for others on your own.


Clever

(www.clever.com/in/marion)

Access your children's online software that they use at school. This changes based on what school your child attends. They sign in with their student email and password. Please contact the school if your child does not know his/her email and password.

ABCya!

(www.abcya.com)

Game-based practice for multiple subjects including math and reading for grades pre-K-5.

RoomRecess

(www.roomrecess.com)

Game-based practice for multiple subjects including math and reading for grades K-6.

Starfall

(www.starfall.com)

Game-based practice for multiple subjects including math and reading for grades K-5.

Prodigy

(www.prodigygame.com)

Game-based math practice for K-8 students.

Khan Academy

(www.khanacademy.org)

Math practice with video tutorials for grades K-12.

Storyline Online

(http://www.storylineonline.net/)

Online read alouds.

Storytime Online

(http://www.indypl.org/readytoread/?p=6150)

Online read alouds (redirects to YouTube with read-aloud videos).

ALEKS

(www.ALEKS.com)

Math practice for students at Taft (grades 3-5), and Grant.

Wowzers

(www.wowzers.com)

Math practice for 4th and 5th grade students at Harrison.