It is very important to us that we offer our students several ways to learn. With so much being offered online, we have tried to acquire subscriptions to sites that we felt would include the best for our kids. Below, you will find links to the paid and free subscriptions that our students use at school but can also use at home. There is a specific log in for each of these sites; please email Julia Cagle for the information as it can't be shared online.
BookFlix- read fiction and nonfiction books online about lots of different topics
ScienceFlix- take a look at several different science themes
FreedomFlix- take a look at several historical events as they are brought to life more through this site
BrainPop/BrainPop, Jr.- short videos on many of the standards taught in each subject area
IXL- great website for math practice... your student has his/her own log in. Ask their homeroom teacher if you need help logging in.
myOn- online reading
Keyboard fluency is becoming a huge part of learning, as the use of technology continues to grow. Here are some links to some of our favorite typing sites.
Dance Mat Typing- start with the basics and go from there with fun characters and songs
Typing Speed Test- how well can you type?
Typing.com- many classes have their own accounts, please ask your student's homeroom teacher for log in information
While PowerPoints are the most popular, try these fun tools (they're all free, but some may require an email log in).