Thanksgiving: Use this resource to explore more about the Pilgrims’ journey and life in the New World.
Family Devotional: A monthly family devotional guide you can use to learn more about our ten Biblical Throughlines as a family.
Biblical Throughlines: A brochure to give you more information about Teaching for Transformation and our Biblical Throughlines.
Identity Messages: Biblical truths that you can teach your child so they know their identity in Christ.
Accelerated Reader: Use this link instead to look up books by title, keyword, author or do an advanced search for book level. Quizzes can only be taken at school, but the books can be read at home or at school.
XtraMath: A fabulous (free) math facts site that tracks your child’s progress. Email the teacher for your student’s code so that he/she can work on his/her classroom account at home.
Sight Words: This is a list of sight words that students in 2nd grade should be able to read (the PrePrimer through 1st grade lists…we are working on the 2nd grade list throughout the year). Our goal is fluency. The students should be able to read these words instantly without sounding them out, write them efficiently, and spell them automatically.
2nd Grade Reading List: If you’re looking for good 2nd grade reads, check out this list. Most of them are also on our Accelerated Reader list. You can find many of them at our school library or look for them at your public library.
BCS Library Reading Lists: Our Three Points Library has recommended book lists for every grade level. These books are available to check out in the Three Points Library.
Storybird: Have a budding writer? Students can choose from professional illustrations and write their own story. The possibilities are endless!
Spelling City: A fun website you can type “Words to Learn” into. Students can have the website teach them, test them or play a game.
Math Expressions (Students): A link to several online resources from our math curriculum, Math Expressions. There is an online glossary, many online manipulatives, and a few math games.
Math Expressions (Parents): Use this link to find out helpful math background on each unit, family letters, unit overviews, and an online glossary.
That’s a Fact: A game to practice addition and subtraction math facts
Encyclopedias: If you have a King County Library card you can access several online encyclopedias and dictionaries for free
Lunch Notes: Cute and free printables to use for notes in your child’s lunch box.