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    Grades 9-12

    DMV Practice Tests

    Evaluating Webpages

    Statesman Journal Newspaper

    Follett Destiny (NSSD School Libraries system)

    Grades K-8


    *The AGE OF LEARNING company has extended their free access to their digital education programs until Sept 7, 2020 and have added a SUMMER CAMP*

    To help families during the school closure, Age of Learning is providing free home access to ABCmouse Early Learning Academy, Adventure Academy, and ReadingIQ grades pre-K through 8th. 

    Established accounts have already been extended until Labor Day (Sept 7). If you haven’t already redeemed the code you received from your school, you can do so until June 30th. If have not received a code, please email to

    ABCmouse Summer Camp 
    To support summer learning and fun, ABCmouse Summer Camp will soon be launching. Summer Camp provides daily learning adventures for ABCmouse students, who virtually visit warm-weather penguins on the Galapagos Islands, see tar pits with Ice Age fossils, and peek into the pyramids of Egypt. Each adventure begins with an episode of the new animated educational series Search and Explore, followed by a set of related interactive learning activities. There are also many offline activities to keep the fun and learning going beyond the screen. 

    By visiting the links below and entering your code, you will have free home access to these digital programs during the period of closure. ABCmouse and Adventure Academy are used while connected to the internet. ReadingIQ can be used in offline mode once your account is created and books are downloaded on to a device. Please check your email for the school access code. If you did not receive an email, you can also request the code by sending an email to

    For Children in Preschool Through 2nd Grade ABCmouse, Early Learning Academy: Please visit and redeem your access code.
    For Children In Preschool through 6th Grade ReadingIQ: Please visit and redeem your access code.
    For Children in 3rd Through 8th Grade Adventure Academy: Please visit and redeem your access code.

    Should you need assistance redeeming this code or have questions about any of the products, please direct them to the Age of Learning Customer Support team at and they will be happy to help. You can find more information on these programs by visiting


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    Children's Storybooks Online




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    Literacy Center

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    Pete's Power Point Station  
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     World Book Web


     Sesame St games


    Cool Math

    Cool Math Games for Kids

    Preschool Games 

    Tic Tac Toe Squares
    Students use the traditional game of Tic Tac Toe to solve problems in addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, squares, cubes, square roots, and all operations.

    Math Baseball
    FUNBRAIN gives a math problem. Enter the answer to the problem and hit the "Swing" button. If the answer is correct, they will get a hit which will be a single, double, triple, or home run based on the difficulty of the problem.

    i-Math Investigations
    i-Math Investigations are online, interactive, multimedia math investigations. All i-Maths are built around interactive math Java applets, and some also include video clips.

    Interactive Math Tools
    Interactive Math Tools are Java applets students can use to explore math
    Find a wide variety of tools such as Bobbie Bear (counting strategies), Cubes, and Fraction Pie.

    Experience Math and Science with Gizmos
    ExploreLearning offers a catalog of modular, interactive simulations in math and science for teachers and students in grades 6-12.

    AAA Math
    Interactive lessons conducive to learning math skills.

    Lemonade Stand
    Play the Lemonade Game-Interactive Math and Challenge Game

    BBC Science
    These Science Clips are aimed at children aged 5-11 years. For each of the 36 units, there is an interactive experiment and quiz. Each unit also has an associated set of teacher resources, which can be found by clicking on the appropriate age group link above.

    The Yuckiest
    This site lets children explore Worm World, Gross & Cool Body, Roach World, as well as games and mad science.

    How Stuff Works
    Students find out how things work in the areas of computers, autos, electronics, science, home, entertainment, health, money, travel, and people.

    Monster Bugs
    Students will have fun making their own virtual bug at the Monster Bugs section of The Magic Schoolbus website. Students select from various wings, legs, and heads to create a virtual bug found in nature or they can put together parts from different bugs to create a fantasy creature.

    Bayer Periodic Table
    Molecule Man introduces students to the Periodic Table of the elements, which features a colorful and intuitive interface. As students interact with the table, they see brief descriptions of the elements. Clicking on the element provides information about the element's history and materials in which it is commonly found.

    Building Big
    This site brings bridges, skyscrapers, tunnels, and dams to the Internet for those who want to learn more about man-made giants that fill our communities. It features introductions to the engineering of structures, interactive engineering labs, building designs challenges, a databank of large structures, and interviews with engineers.

    The Space Place
    At this award-winning site, a joint effort of NASA, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and others, students can learn amazing facts about space, Earth, and technology, view animations that show how the world works, and participate in activities that teach them more about space.