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Exciting news! Your student has access to Destination Math and Destination Reading programs both at school and at home through the internet. Your child now has additional learning opportunities to practice or review math and reading skills taught at school, or learn and apply new skills aligned to national and state standards.
Destination Math and Reading are highly interactive, with full animation and audio support for each lesson in every unit. The math lessons capture and hold the student’s interest by demonstrating how mathematical issues arise out of real-life situations. The reading lessons include a careful sequencing of reading and writing development so that each new skill builds upon prior learning.
About Destination Math:
• Destination Math’s presentation of mathematics within each course takes full advantage of the dynamic and interactive capabilities of the Web.
• Destination Math addresses number concepts and skills, operations with numbers, geometry, data analysis, and algebraic thinking.
• Destination Math’s print activities provide additional practice opportunities for students.
About Destination Reading:
• Destination Reading provides a wide assortment of age-appropriate fiction and non-fiction text genres.
• Destination Reading was rated “tops” by the Florida Center for Reading Research for the comprehensive way it addresses phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary development, fluency, and comprehension.
• Destination Reading offers a wealth of activities, songs, and word games that keep children motivated, on-task, and eager to return to the program each day.
• Destination Reading is appropriate for K-12 beginning and intermediate level LEP students.
For your child to use the Destination Math and Reading at home, launch Internet Explorer and type https://destination.pinellas.k12.fl.us/lms. Your computer may need additional software such as Flash or Shockwave (available for free from the Resources button on the login screen). Please turn off pop-up blockers on your computer or change pop-up blocker settings to allow the site.
Student login and passwords can be obtained from classroom teachers, the school media specialist or from office staff. each student has a unique login. Each student;s password is the last 8 digits of their Pinellas County school identification number.