Happy Summer!!
 
Just because summer is here, that doesn't mean you should stop reading and learning!

The links below will take you to eBooks, audiobooks, videos, interactive websites, and other fun explorations.

[Some of the sites may have passwords--because you are accessing them outside of the school. Check the list you got in May; it has everything you need!]
 

Overdrive (eBooks)


OverdriveBoth our school library and the public library have Overdrive collections of eBooks and audiobooks that you can access through an app on an iPad, tablet, Kindle, Chromebook, or laptop.

Learn more about how to access Overdrive materials on your device.


 


Follett Shelf (eBooks)


Follet This is another (smaller) collection of eBooks. The best way to access this is to go to Destiny, log in (with your school email address and student number for your password), and then do a search. 

Look for the eBook icons on the books you find, and click on that book. It will automagically take you into your Follett Shelf account and to that very book!

 


BrainPOP


Brain popBrainPOP engages students through animated movies, learning games, interactive quizzes, primary source activities, concept mapping, and more.

[You will need the username and password to access this from home. Check the password sheet you received in May!]

 


TumbleBooks


Tumble booksThousands of animated picture books, read-alongs, chapter books, graphic novels, and non-fiction titles. 

 


BookFlix


Book Flix​BookFlix is a Scholastic collection that pairs classic video storybooks with related nonfiction books. An awesome way to hear great stories while learning new things!


 


TrueFlix


True Flix​TrueFlix is an collection of mostly non-fiction books with reading supports and a deep and diverse collection of related videos, images, Web links, and text.



 


Flipster (online magazines)


​Flipster is a collection of online magazines available through the public library system, called Bridges. You will need a public library card to access this and other Bridges materials. Stop by the public library to get one!

[This link should take you to a login screen, then a "kids" collection of Ranger Rick, Sports Illustrated Kids, Boys Life, and others. If it doesn't, just go to the main collection, and click on Kids and Family in the left-hand menu.]