Welcome to my website with information about all things middle school math related!
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Homework and Grades
Homework and grade information can be found through the Canvas and/or Synergy Platforms. For help with your login and password please contact the school or myself. To login and for more information click the links below:
Canvas Parent Help and Sign Up
DreamBox is an online math program that is both engaging and proven to boost your student's math performance. Whether your learner is a math whiz or needs help filling in some gaps, the DreamBox platform provides your student with the individualized lessons they need to succeed. Below are some resources about the program.
DreamBox settings can be changed to be in Spanish. Please contact your teacher or me (Instructional Specialist) to have this setting changed.
Introduction to DreamBox Video
Parent Letter and How to Access Your Family Dashboard
I have some names and contact numbers for teachers or other tutors that might be available. For contact information, please contact me: RaeAnn Suckow at email@example.com
Multnomah County Library
Students can chat live online with a tutor for free. Students can also text research or fact questions to a librarian.
Information about our new Core Curriculum. Students can access their work and assignments through the app in their portal (my.pps.net).
Illustrative Math (for Compacted Year 2)
Students and families can create their own access.
Four Function (Basic)
Math Dictionary for Kids
This site can help explain any vocabulary words you do not know.
The World of Math Online
Students can select a topic they need help on.
Students can view lessons on a topic they need help on.
Video tutorials on many different math topics.
Virtual Nerd: Video tutorials on many different math topics.
State Test preparation
Financial Literacy for Students
Kids' Guide to Money and Finances - a great website with lots of resources that was shared with me by a student
The Uber Game - students play the role of a full-time Uber driver—with two kids—who is trying to pay the mortgage.
Hit the Road: A Financial Adventure Game - Students go on a virtual road trip across the country learning how to manage their money wisely.
The Payoff Game - In this game, students play the role of a video blogger preparing for a life-changing competition while managing money and unexpected events.
Credit Clash - Credit Clash is a fun and interactive way to learn about credit scores.
Money Magic Game - Money Magic is designed to teach basic budgeting principles.
STAX - This is a fast-paced interactive game that allows students to experience 20 years of investing in just 20 minutes.
Shady Sam - Shady Sam demonstrates how loan terms can hurt borrowers who don’t pay attention.
Financial Football - These two fast-paced, sports-themed, interactive games engage students in quiz bowl–style questions to advance players up the field.
Rich Kid Smart Kid - Online games learning about money management and debt.
Hands on Banking - Offers free courses for elementary through high school students.
Spent - Game to see if you can make it though the month with the money you have.
Shepphard Software: Makes Learning Fun
There are lots of fun games here to help practice math skills, but you will need to register so make sure to get permission from a parent first.