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Student Resources

Visit the AR BookFinder websiteARBookFind.com let students find the AR level of any book in the AR system.  You can search for book titles based on authors, topics, or titles of books.

 

Visit the LearnZillion website nowLearnZillion.com is an online database of short video lessons that address learning topics aligned to individual Common Core standards.  Students need to talk to their teacher about creating an account.

 

Visit the MobyMax website nowMobyMax.com uses differentiated teaching strategies to help students fill in the gaps and catch up to their grade level.  Students need to talk to their teacher about creating an account.

 

Visit the Primary GamesPrimaryGames.com is the fun place to learn and play! Play cool games, math games, reading games, girl games, puzzles, sports games, print coloring pages, read online storybooks, and hang out with friends while playing one of the many virtual worlds found on PrimaryGames. 

 

Art of two books stacked on top of each other with the words Study and Stack printed on themStudyStack.com gives you fun and effective tolls for studying.  Enter your own information or search for existing topics.  No login is required.

 

Visit the Destiny siteDestiny.ccs.k12.nc.us is our school library catalog.  Search all of our books to find what you want to read.  All students have an account and can log-in using their PowerSchool number and six-digit birthdate.

 

Visit the Starfall siteStarfall.com is the place to be to learn and reinforce reading and math skills through exploration and play.  No login is needed, and the site is free for students!

 

 

Visit the Big Universe siteBigUniverse.com is an online library of electronic books (e-books).  All students at WSES have an account.  Students in grades 1-5 log-in with their PowerSchool number and six-digit birthdate.  The group name is WSES.

 

Visit the XtraMath site

XtraMath.org helps students transition from counting or calculating the basic math facts to recalling them.  Students need to talk to their teacher about creating an account.

 

Cover art for FEMA Youth Emergency Preparedness CurriculumYouth Emergency Preparedness Curriculum: Ready Kids – Emergency preparedness curriculum for grades 1-12 that teach kids what to do before, during, and after an emergency while fostering critical 21st-century skills such as problem solving, teamwork, creativity, leadership, and communication.

 

 

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Published by Shannon Marsh on November 21, 2017
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