Students receive Kindle Fires


Frederick Elementary students received Kindle Fires with Limeades for Learning stickers from Sonic. Fifth-grade teacher Cari Ripley said she and her students put the codes in the computers and they won. Each fifth-grade classroom has 14 Kindle Fires. Ripley said the students love them and they make learning math facts and other lessons fun for them. They practice accelerated reading and accelerated math and also play learning games on sites like Study Island, where the students earn ribbons for mastering levels in different subjects like reading, math and science.


Kathleen Guill | Press-Leader

Frederick Elementary students received Kindle Fires with Limeades for Learning stickers from Sonic. Fifth-grade teacher Cari Ripley said she and her students put the codes in the computers and they won. Each fifth-grade classroom has 14 Kindle Fires. Ripley said the students love them and they make learning math facts and other lessons fun for them. They practice accelerated reading and accelerated math and also play learning games on sites like Study Island, where the students earn ribbons for mastering levels in different subjects like reading, math and science.

Frederick Elementary students received Kindle Fires with Limeades for Learning stickers from Sonic. Fifth-grade teacher Cari Ripley said she and her students put the codes in the computers and they won. Each fifth-grade classroom has 14 Kindle Fires. Ripley said the students love them and they make learning math facts and other lessons fun for them. They practice accelerated reading and accelerated math and also play learning games on sites like Study Island, where the students earn ribbons for mastering levels in different subjects like reading, math and science.
http://www.press-leader.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_Kindles201711392028565.jpgFrederick Elementary students received Kindle Fires with Limeades for Learning stickers from Sonic. Fifth-grade teacher Cari Ripley said she and her students put the codes in the computers and they won. Each fifth-grade classroom has 14 Kindle Fires. Ripley said the students love them and they make learning math facts and other lessons fun for them. They practice accelerated reading and accelerated math and also play learning games on sites like Study Island, where the students earn ribbons for mastering levels in different subjects like reading, math and science. Kathleen Guill | Press-Leader
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