4J School District Math Curriculum

The Eugene School District 4J offers a mathematics website as a primary resource for all things mathematics.

For questions or comments about any of the resources you find here, please contact Maddy Ahearn at ahearn_m@4j.lane.edu.

Information for 4J staff regarding math curriculum is available here.



Great Free Music Websites for Kids K-5:

www.plattscsd.org/oak/smartboard/music.htm (virtualkeyboard)
Kids.usa.gov/music/ (tons of great learning games)
www.classicsforkids.comwww.quavermusic.com (quaver is England’s term for eighth notes)
www.dsokids.com (Dallas Symphony Orchestra)

Upper Elementary:
http://www.metoperafamily.org (great videos backstage, etc.)
http://video.pbs.org/video/2192747338 (Paul Taylor Dancers)



Reading (English)

Online Books




Reading (French)

French Dictionaries

French Practice, from basic to advanced




  • Practicing Math Skills from levels K to 8: http://www.mathwire.com/index.html
  • Generates math worksheets at all levels. Also has math and vocab games: http://superkids.com/aweb/tools/math/
  • Math games from levels K to 12: http://nlvm.usu.edu/
  • Real-world math – In this website, math teacher Thomas Petra shares
    practical math lessons, lesson ideas, examples, and downloads, including
    how to find the volume of the Great Pyramids of Giza, converting currency,
    working with time zones, and tracking a storm’s progress:
  • Khan Academy – In this website you can learn almost anything at your own pace.  There are videos included.  Would be a great tool for TAG students to take advantage of for their extended learning opportunities. http://khan-academy.appspot.com/




Social Studies

  • Seven billion people – Check out this BBC website for some graphics onworld population, including your place in the story: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-15391515
  • Google Art Project – Google continues to branch out. Here’s a new art
    project with extraordinary resources: http://www.googleartproject.com/




  • Khan Academy – more than 3,000 instructional videos ranging from simple math to complex physics, science and history


Click below for Investigations: Online Games & Activities for
Grades 2-3

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