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January Math Incentive

Hello Bella Vista Tigers!

 I hope everyone had a safe and enjoyable holidays with their loved ones.  

 As we have reviewed student achievement scores this year a trend has developed that many Bella Vista students are lacking basic math computation skills (adding, subtracting, multiplication, division).    To address this Bella Vista is doing the following

   During the month of January teachers will be focusing and reteaching basic math computation skills

·      On February 2nd students will be taking a progress monitoring test to determine present levels.

·      Any student who scores “proficient or highly proficient” or makes “typical progress” will receive a Bella Vista beanie. 

 To support your student so they can reach their goals here are various websites that your students can practice at home.   Any additional support and practice they can do at home is greatly appreciated!

 Addition:

·           APPS:

o         10 Frame Fill – addition and subtraction to 10 (K-1)

o          Animal Math Games for Kids (K-2)

o          Moose Math (K-2) – especially the games Moose Juice and Pet Bingo

o          Math Vs Zombies – Math Games (K-5)

·           Websites:

o          Savvas – You need to know your student’s school web access log in information, but you can see your child’s      math book from here and watch many videos about mathematics! Find what your child needs! (K-5)

o         Fact Monster – Digital flashcards at different levels for a variety of challenge! (1-5)

o         Subitizing – A set of pictures with dots and ten frames that help children quickly see numbers without having to  count which helps with later addition and subtraction skills. (K)

o         Math Play – Quickly count the dots to help your koala win the race! (K)

o        Amusement Park Addition – Choose your challenge level and find all the rides by solving addition facts. (1 & 2)

o        ABC Ya – Addition facts with marble manipulatives (K & 1)

o         7 Games for Practicing Math Facts (1 & 2) – an article with games explained that use typical household items.

o         Prodigy – Requires that you create a free account. (1-5)

  Subtraction:

·           APPS:

o         10 Frame Fill – addition and subtraction to 10 (K-1)

o         Animal Math Games for Kids (K-2)

o         Moose Math (K-2) – especially the games Moose Juice and Pet Bingo

o         Math Vs Zombies – Math Games (K-5)

·           Websites:

o        Savvas – You need to know your student’s school web access log in information, but you can see your child’s       math book from here and watch many videos about mathematics! Find what your child needs! (K-5)

o        Fact Monster – Digital flashcards at different levels for a variety of challenge! (1-5)

o        ABC Ya – Select a level and an operation to practice (1-5)

o        Subitizing – A set of pictures with dots and ten frames that help children quickly see numbers without having to count which helps with later addition and subtraction skills. (K)

o        Math Playground – Solve subtraction facts to find monsters! (1 & 2)

o         7 Games for Practicing Math Facts (1 & 2) – an article with games explained that use typical household items.

o         Prodigy – Requires that you create a free account. (1-5)

 Multiplication:

·       APPS:

o       Math Vs Zombies – Math Games (3-5)

·       Websites:

o       Savvas – You need to know your student’s school web access log in information, but you can see your child’s math book from here and watch many videos about mathematics! Find what your child needs! (3-5)

o       Fact Monster – Digital flashcards at different levels for a variety of challenge! (3-5)

o       ABC Ya – Select a level and an operation to practice (3-5)

o       Zombies in the Graveyard – Solve multiplication problems to be able to throw pumpkins at the zombies to stay alive! (3-5)

o       ABC Ya – Clear the numbers from the board by writing equations. See how many numbers you can eliminate! (3-5)

Division:

·       APPS:

o      Math Vs Zombies – Math Games (3-5)

·       Websites:

o      Savvas – You need to know your student’s school web access log in information, but you can see your child’s math book from here and watch many videos about mathematics! Find what your child needs! (K-5)

o     Fact Monster – Digital flashcards at different levels for a variety of challenge! (3-5)

o    ABC Ya – Select a level and an operation to practice (3-5)

o    Who Wants to Be a Millionaire – Answer division equations to earn money! How much can you earn? (3-5)

 

Card Games you may love to help with building math fluency for all operations.

 

Have fun playing!!!! We are excited to see the growth your child makes!

 







Free Meals for Children Extended through End of 2020-2021 School Year

Canyons School District is extending its free meal service through the end of the school year.

This means all students — whether they are learning in the classroom or remotely — can receive free lunch and breakfast through June, 30, 2021.

There’s no need to apply for the U.S. Department of Agriculture-authorized benefit, which was originally set to expire at the end of December. All students are automatically eligible.

Canyons District is committed to ensuring no child goes hungry and has sponsored free meals throughout the pandemic. The USDA waiver provides the flexibility and funding to ensure nutritious meals continue to reach all children at a time of rising food insecurity.

Schools will continue serving meals in their cafeterias per the staggered schedules they’ve established to promote physical distancing. Online and at-home learners may pick up meals at specific times and locations as designated by each school. Additionally, these families may pick up meals for any siblings who are 18 years of age or younger. Schools ask, however, that they preorder their meals so that the kitchens know how much food to prepare.

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Polar Express Day

We are having our annual ‘Polar Express Day’ on Thursday, December 17th.  All students are welcome to wear their pajamas to school on that day. The students will be watching the Polar Express movie and sipping hot chocolate as a send off before they head into the winter break.

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