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Summer Reading/Math Resources for Parents 2019

At-Home Summer Learning Ideas for CCSD93 Students

Here are math and literacy resources aligned with CCSD93's curriculum that you may consider utilizing this summer to help keep your child on track for school success.   It is important for students to continue to read and reinforce math skills over the summer to help maintain the gains they have made during the school year.   We strongly encourage students to engage in math and literacy activities for 30 minutes a day.  

In addition to these resources,  your child’s teacher may have offered additional  recommendations. Please choose what works best for your child.   

iReady: Math (For students finishing grades K-8)

iReady is an interactive online learning program that helps students build essential skills in mathematics. Click on the link for directions on how to access your child’s personalized learning activities. If your child does not know his/her  login information, please contact your child’s school office or the District Office at (630) 893-9393. Log in through your school website (Innovation Tab) or login.i-ready.com

iReady Parent Guide

Odyssey: Compass Learning (For students finishing grades 1-8)

Compass Learning is an online learning program that can be used at home or school.  Your child has an individualized learning path in both reading and math based on their NWEA assessments.  As students progress through their learning paths, quizzes are provided to check for understanding.   If your child does not know his/her login information, please contact your child’s school office or the District Office at (630) 893-9393.  Log in through your school website (Innovation Tab) or www.thelearningodyssey.com

Public Libraries (For all ages)

Join your public library summer reading program and take advantage of the many online resources.  Check out the website for your town.

Carol Stream Public Library

Bloomingdale Public Library

Bloomingdale Public Library welcomes all CCSD93 students to use their 3D printer over the summer.  Students can create their 3D objects using www.tinkercad.com and then submit the file on the Bloomingdale Public Library page: http://www.mybpl.org/node/544 (see site for costs and more details)

Poplar Creek Public Library

Visit your school’s website-Innovation Center tab to find student links to fun, engaging  and educational websites

If you do not have internet access, please remember that your public library has computer access.