• Symbaloo Website/Tile Descriptions:

     

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    Log In Information:

     Epic pic

    Epic: a database of books and videos. Great for all grades

    Your student may have used Epic in their classroom and therefore may already have their own personal log in. 

    If not, they are able to log in to Mrs. Roisland’s Class. Email Mrs. Roisland for the code.

     Storyline Pic

    Storyline Online: a collection of books read by different people. Mostly for K-4th grade.

    No login needed

     Destiny

    Destiny Quest: Roosevelt’s library catalog that also has many Ebook options.

    • At the top menu click “Follett Shelf”.
    • Scroll down the page past the “Topics” to find the headings labeled “Interactive Ebooks”, “Ebooks,” or “Lightbox”. These are all Ebooks that students can read online. Anything with a blue infinity symbol in the corner is accessible.
     scholastic

    ScholasticA collection of articles, videos and some games for K-6 students.

    Select a grade level to access materials

     abdo

    Abdo Digital Bookshelf: A collection of Ebooks. Some are also in Spanish!

    To find the Spanish books, click “Advanced Search” and select “Subject” and find “Spanish”

     unite

    Unite for Literacy: A collection of Ebooks. Spanish and Somali narration is available

    To find other available languages, click “Narration” and select language.

     Pebble go next

    PebbleGo Next: Fun modules for 3-6 students.

    Click green “Sign In” button at top.

    Username: engaged

    Password: learning

     capstone

    Capstone Interactive: Interactive books for kids to read!

    Click green “Log In” button at top. 

    Username: continue

    Password: reading

     Typing Club

    Typing Club: Has various levels that kids can complete to learn typing basics.

    No login needed unless your student wishes to save their progress.

     dancemat

    Dance Mat Typing: Begins with homerow and also has harder levels.

    Look on the right hand side for the icon that says, “Play Level 1” and begin.

    Scratch Scratch: Coding games developed by MIT Students can click “Start creating” to develop their own project or “Explore” to see what others have done.
     code

    Code.orgCoding games that students love! Geared towards 2nd-5th grades.

    No login needed unless your student wishes to save their progress.