DREAMBOX AS HOMEWORK IS HOMEWORK AND
EACH STUDENT'S USAGE IS TRACKED AND
WILL BE COUNTED TOWARDS YOUR LEARNING SKILLS.
Captain R. Wilson Public SchooL has purchased DreamBox Learning's Math Program, an online, Intelligent Adaptive Learning(tm) program that helps all students achieve better, faster math proficiency. Your student can access DreamBox Learning from any computer, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week using this link:
DreamBox is an online program - there's no software to download! All you need is a high-speed Internet connection and Adobe Flash. Adobe Flash is free and is included with many Internet browsers.
To access DreamBox on iPad, go to http://www.dreambox.com/ipad, or search for "DreamBox Math" in the App Store.
When prompted in the app, use this School Code: z3vf/captainrw1
Review your student's academic progress with a DreamBox Parent Account.
Please follow these steps to create your free Parent Account:
1. Go to https://play.dreambox.com/login/z3vf/captainrw1
2. Have your student login to their profile just as they would at school.
3. Click Setup Parent Access at the bottom of the page.
4. Follow instructions to create a new login and password.
6. Click "Submit". Log into your home account after set up:
1. Go to http://play.dreambox.com
2. Enter your email address and password.
3. To see student progress, click the "Parent Dashboard" button. If you have any questions, please contact DreamBox Client Care by calling them at 877-451-7845 (weekdays 7am to 5pm, Pacific Time), or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Sincerely, Captain R. Wilson Public School
www.abcya.com to explore a hundreds chart!
https://www.brainpop.com/games/battleshipnumberline/ to explore placing numbers on a numberline!
https://sites.google.com/a/hdsb.ca/elem-student-internet-tools/grade-3 So many links for math!
Explore catching numbers on a numberline!
Answer questions about the patterns on a hundreds chart!
Answer questions about the patterns in a table!
Review the homework that will be coming home on Tuesday, as well as previous week's homework.
Discuss the number patterns you see. What number did it start at? Did it get bigger or get smaller? How much did it change by? Do you see more than one pattern?
Why would you put a particular number on a certain spot on a numberline?