Mrs. Christine Norton


WideOpenSchool.org has been developed by Common Sense Media to gather all the best websites for every phase of learning. The site is set up for both educators and families to use. And it is FREE!

 "Common Sense editors are noticing yet another challenge for parents and educators: How can you find high-quality resources quickly, easily, and in one place?"  
It even sets up a daily schedule for early learners with easy click from lesson to lesson.Please check them out at the web address above or on my Useful Links page to "Help Yourself" and not go crazy searching the web!

Try a Code.org/break! Code.org started hosting live meet-ups and they have people from all over the world participate to learn how to code. Many of my students favor this website, so check it out at home. Code.org/break - or go to my Useful Links.

I want to share a site specifically to help keep you and "your student(s)" engaged. National Geographic's Learn at Home site has grade level activities and lessons to help you keep your students involved in their learning. Please check it out! Go to Useful Links to try it.

 
Stay well!   

Mrs. Norton
cnorton@stbedechicago.org