- http://pbskids.org/ –This is a great site for kids of all ages featuring all of your kids favorite characters from PBS!
- http://www.rhcbooks.com/ -Featuring Books, Activities, Games and more all surrounding your favorite Characters from Random House Books! This is a great way to make books come alive for little ones!
- www.starfall.com -This is a great website for learning to read. Starfall takes your kids all the way from ABC’s to Learning to Read! There are some fun games and more that surround Phonics, Sounds and putting sounds together in words! This is great for preschoolers learning to read!
- www.scholastic.com/kids/books/the-magic-school-bus/ -There are tons of Great Videos and Games about the Environment & Science. This is a great website for older children who want to learn about weather, geography and more.
- www.highlightskids.com -This site has games, books, crafts and of course Hidden Pictures.
- http://www.abcya.com/ -This is another great learning site for kids. There is everything from Counting Games, to Graphing, Patterns and more. Great for learning early math skills.
- www.Kids.nationalgeographic.com This is a great site for exploring our world and learning all you can about the Ocean, Animals, Geography and more! There is a TON of information on this site and also some great videos, Puzzles and quizzes!
Monthly Archives: November 2019
Frontier builds in time for students to read at school each day, but research shows that this may not be enough. Students who read at home in addition to reading at school tend to have higher test scores. Here are some ways to incorporate reading at home!
*Read the cereal box each morning
*Find a reading website or app that your child enjoys
*Look up information about a favorite subject on the computer
*Take regular trips to the library
*Start a book club with friends
*Model reading by reading in front of and to your children
A highlight of our sixth grade year is our two-day, overnight trip to Camp Tecumseh. This leadership program, “Foundations for Success,” is developed specifically for sixth graders and focuses on teamwork, trust, leadership, self-confidence, communication and problem solving. We feel that this is an important part of our curriculum, as it reinforces the life skills and lifelong guidelines that the students have been developing throughout their years at Frontier. The program offers each student challenges and opportunities to grow as individuals, while building a strong sense of community within our classrooms.