Student and Parent Resources

Here are some great web sites for you to explore with your child.    Most are interactive, some will allow you to print up worksheets according to the math strand that you select.


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Mr. A. Bruno

Zorbit's Math Adventure

Raz-Kids/Kids A-Z

Teacher Username:  abruno12

Xtra Math

Classroom code for Xtra Math is:  X2G6J2X6

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Gr. 3 Websites For Students
It is important for parents to supervise students when working on the computer.

Learn to Type

 Dance Mat Typing:

Language Sites

 Rhyming Games:

Reading/Spelling Games:
Read/Listen to a Story:  

 Using Punctuation:

Sentence Construction:

Kid's Online Dictionary:

Contraction Memory Game:

Parts of Speech:

Story Writing:


Math Sites

General Math Games:

Data Management and Probability:

Number Sense and Numeration:

Rounding Numbers:

Skip Counting  Games:

Ordering Numbers:

Addition/Subtraction Games
Multiplication/Division Games:




Science Sites


World Education Games:  Please log in @



Literacy Zone



Grammar Ninja

Grammar and Punctuation



Dreambox Learning

MathFROG is a website of free mathematics Fun Resources and Online Games for grades 4, 5, and 6 students, teachers and parents.

Xtra Math

Classroom code for Xtra Math is:  X2G6J2X6

A Maths Dictionary for Kids is an animated, interactive online math dictionary for students which explains over 600 common mathematical terms and math words in simple language.

This math dictionary website, not only gives you the definition, usually with an accompanying graphic, but has an interactive component for the child test to see if they understand the definition or to further clarify the definition.

Various Math Strand Activities:


Mr. Wolfe's Math Interactive Whiteboard Games

BrainBashers is a collection of brain teasers, puzzles, riddles, games and optical illusions. BrainBashers has thousands of puzzles and brain teasers, and with new material added every single day, including games and optical illusions, you can be sure there is always something to do. With over one hundred awards, BrainBashers is the place to spend a boring Tuesday afternoon training your brain.

Telling Time

Money Game:  Counting and Representing Money

Subtracting Money Game

Measuring and Constructing Angles Websites               


Great site for help with fractions.

AAA Math features a comprehensive set of interactive arithmetic lessons. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts. A wide range of lessons (Kindergarten through Eighth grade level) enables learning or review to occur at each individual's current level. The site contains thousands of pages of Math Lessons.

Have you ever wondered where to find math drill worksheets? Make your own here at SuperKids for free! Simply select the type of problem, the maximum and minimum numbers to be used in the problems, then click on the button! A worksheet will be created to your specifications, ready to be printed for use.

 Take on a math challenge with your family. If the problems are too hard, consider modifying them for your younger children. In the Family Corner there is information for parents specific to math teaching and learning.

Articles, resources and links to “Help your child learn math.”


1.  Simply click on the illustration of the body system you would like to
learn about.  You will easily find a simple one page summary of that body
system, complete with colour labelled diagrams! Check out the link below!

2.  Go deeper and deeper into the human body. . . . starting with the
skin, then exploring the muscles, then internal organs, all the way to the
skeleton.  Simply click on Explore Human Body Adventure and navigate your
way through the human body!  Try this one below!

3. Want to learn more about the human heart?  Check out this online
exploration of the heart.  This site includes information about its
development and structure, blood flow through the vessels, and how to
maintain a healthy heart.  Also learn about the history of heart science!

4.  Did you know that the human heart beats about 100,000 times in one day
and about 35 million times in one year!  Find out more amazing facts about
the heart as well as tidbits of information on the pioneers of heart
surgery, treating a sick heart, and diseases of the heart.  See the link

5.  Learn about the respiratory system!  Check out this Canadian site below!


Lastly, this is the website for the Ministry of Education and our Ontario Curriculum.   Follow to the appropriate link(eg. Math, Science, etc.)