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Useful Resources

Resources for Students

Moby Max - Your student may have a login to this site; if s/he was in my class last year, then his/her login is still valid.  Students can earn game time practicing and improving their skills in Reading, Writing, and Math. If your student had a log in previously, it should still be valid; if it doesn't work or your student doesn't remember how to log in, please contact me.  If your student is having difficulty logging in, be sure that your student is choosing the right Century Middle School from the school list (watch the location).  

If your student is provided with Special Education services, but does not have a login, and you would like your student to have access to Moby Max, please contact me via the website contact form, or directly (

Infoplease Homework Help - Resources for nearly any question your student may need to finish his/her homework

The Kids on the Web: Homework Tools - Links to a wide range of informational resources

Discovery Education WebMath - help with math across a wide range of topics

StoryboardThat - directions for new users, click here

Paper Rater - This is a free program that students can use to get editing suggestions for their writing.  When selecting a grade level to compare their writing to, students should select "Grade 9", as there are some pieces of information that are only available at the high school level.  You do not need to enter an email address or sign up for the website; the features we use in class are available free via the website itself. 

Khan Academy - Khan Academy began as a source for help with all areas of mathematics; over the last year or so, the developers have added a signifcant amount of information about writing, science, and history as well.  Practice with math skills and videos with step-by-step instructions are available in a wide variety of areas.

Read&Write for Google Chrome is a word prediction program that can be used by any student who has been enrolled by a teacher.  It works on any computer with the Chrome browser, as long as the student is logged into his/her school Gmail account. General information about Read&Write for Google Chrome and how it can be used in the school setting can be found on the Assistive Technology website, here.  This page also contains specific instructions for how to add the Chrome extension to your browser for home use ..

Resources for Parents

Scholastic for Parents - books and reading activities for a wide range of levels and interests

Disability is Natural - resources and information about a wide range of disabilities that can impact learning

Understood - resources and information for parents of students who have learning and attention issues

Graph Paper and More - does your student need graph paper, music staffs, or some other type of specialty paper?  Look here!