Student Links to Learning

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    Find some great websites and learning resources!

    Some of these student resources are subscriptions that require log-in information.  (i-Ready, Reading Plus, Math Expressions Common Core, Learning A-Z, Typing Pal, Wixie, BrainPOP & BrainPOP Jr, WeVideo and World Book).  Click HERE for a guide to accessing these resources.

    Education Learning Tools & Resources

    Reading

    • Readworks Student Log-in
    • Spaghetti Book Club:  Book reviews written by kids, for kids
    • Starfall: Reading program for grades K-2
    • Unite for Literacy: Non-fiction audio picture books supporting beginning readers.
    • Storyline Online: Features professional actors reading notable chidlren's books and extending supplemental activities for each book co-developed by an early literacy specialist. 
    • i-ready: Personalized reading instruction/practice (requires log-in, for licensed students only)
    • Reading Plus: silent reading intervention that helps students gain proficiency by improving comprehension, reading rate, and vocabulary. (requires log-in, for licensed students only)
    • Lexia Core5: Differentiated literacy instruction (requires log-in, for licensed students only)
    • Raz Kids: interactive, leveled e-books (requires log-in)

    Writing/Spelling/Handwriting

    Math

    Computer Science

    ​Creativity/Drawing/Photos/Videos

    • Pixlr: Online Photo App Editor
    • Wixie: Publishing and creativity platform (Requires log-in)
    • School Tube: Upload, share a view videos used in schools
    • WeVideo: Collaborative Video Editing Program (Requires log-in)

     

    Digital Citizenship

    Typing

    Science

    Social Studies

    Research 

    • World Book: Online encyclopedia and research tools (requires log-in)
    • Ducksters: History, Biography, Geography, Science
     
         Kid Friendly Search Engines:
     
    Public Library Resources
    Have you tried Over Drive, Ebrary, Tumblebooks, Zinio, Hoopla, One Click Digital, or Alexander Street Press?  Check out your public library's website for FREE online downloadable resources.  All you need is a free library card to access tons of audiobooks, e-books, e-magazines, music, videos, research databases, and more!
     
     
    Copyright and Fair Use

     

     

     

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