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Home Learning Resources

At Carrollton Elementary School, we want our students to be able to engage in learning from anywhere. This page features some of our favorite resources for continuing to learn from home. 
 
Note: Most links below open an external (non-IWCS) website or document in a new window.
ARC Bookshelf - Students can read digital versions of many books (organized by their IRLA level) Your child's teacher can share your child's unique username and password with you.
EPIC! - Students can read digital versions of many books (some interactive and audiobooks are also included!) Your child's teacher can share your child's code/login information with you.
ST Math (JiJi) - Students can access conceptual math practice, just like they use in school! Each child has a unique, picture-based password.
 
Google Classroom - Third graders have their own username and password for IWCS-based Google accounts. Please contact your child's teacher for more information.

Age of Learning Resources: The Age of Learning company is providing us with free at-home access to their online learning programs ABCmouse, Adventure Academy, and ReadingIQ while IWCS schools are closed. These research-based educational programs include thousands of digital learning activities, and they can help preschool, pre-k, elementary, and middle school students keep learning while schools are closed. All three programs can be used on computers, tablets, and smartphones, and you can add up to three children per account!

For each free program that you wish to provide to your child/children:
1. Click on the link below for each program.
  • ABC Mouse - for children in preschool through 2nd Grade
  • Adventure Academy - for children in 3rd through 8th grade
  • Reading IQ - for children in preschool through 6th grade (Internet access is not needed after Reading IQ is downloaded.)
2. Enter this School Code: SCHOOL7771 .
3. Create an account using your personal email address and a password of your choice.
 
See the linked PDF file below for more information.

Math Card Games from Positive Engagement Project (PEP)

acing_math.pdf

The Positive Engagement Project has a variety of free resources for learning activities that families can do together. The file above includes many games that can be played with a standard deck of playing cards to have fun while practicing math concepts!

 

Cool Math 4 Kids

https://www.coolmath4kids.com/

This is our brain-training site, for everyone, where logic & thinking meets fun & games. These games have no violence, no empty action, just a lot of challenges that will make you forget you're getting a mental workout!


Math Playground

https://www.mathplayground.com/

Math Playground provides a variety of math topics, from problem solving and mathematical art to real world math and thinking games.


Prodigy

https://www.prodigygame.com/

Prodigy is a free, Pokemon-style math game that features content from each of the five major math strands to create deep engagement so students double their math practice time at home.


Math Game Time

http://www.mathgametime.com/grade

Math Game Time provides free math games, worksheets, and instructional videos that combine the fundamental concepts of first grade math with fun and interactive games that kids actually want to play. Play the games and watch the videos online, and download the worksheets to practice at another time

TIME for Kids

https://time.com/tfk-free/

Sign up on this page for FREE access to a library of digital editions of TIME for Kids. There are unique subscriptions for different grade levels! The main page is https://www.timeforkids.com/.

 

Mrs. Haslip's YouTube Channel

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeCKofSejyT8o1_yDHp1OxQ?view_as=subscriber

CAES First Grade Teacher Mrs. Haslip is staying connected using her YouTube channel to post read-alouds, challenges for students, and encouraging words.

 

Storyline Online

https://www.storylineonline.net/

Storyline Online streams videos featuring celebrated actors reading children's books alongside creatively produced illustrations.

 

Learning A-Z

Your Learning A-Z subscriptions give your students full access to literacy resources from home or any place with an Internet connection. We are also offering free access to Raz-Kids (online books) and Headsprout (reading games based on specific needs) to those schools that don’t have these products today.


Scholastic Learn at Home

https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome.html

Books for students to read and ways to talk about them.


Author Kate Messner

https://www.katemessner.com/read-wonder-and-learn-favorite-authors-illustrators-share-resources-for-learning-anywhere-spring-2020/

Chapter and picture books are available to read and interact with online.

BrainPOP and BrainPOPJr.

https://jr.brainpop.com

Tap into your children’s innate curiosity and set them up for success with the best teacher-approved content, games, and tools. BrainPOP's materials and resources empower children from K-12 to build deep knowledge in an engaging and safe space. Your child's teacher has a temporary login and password that our school may use while IWCS schools are closed.

Mystery Science

https://mysteryscience.com/school-closure-planning

National Geographic ignites the explorer in all of us through groundbreaking storytelling from the best and brightest scientists, explorers, photographers, and filmmakers in the world. Kids can explore countries, animals, and engaging games about our world.

 

20 Virtual Field Trips

https://adventuresinfamilyhood.com/20-virtual-field-trips-to-take-with-your-kids.html

Virtual field trips are a great way to expose kids to new places all from the comfort of home: art, zoos, and aquarium, and so much more!

 

National Geographic Kids

https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/

National Geographic ignites the explorer in all of us through groundbreaking storytelling from the best and brightest scientists, explorers, photographers, and filmmakers in the world. Kids can explore countries, animals, and engaging games about our world.

CodeSpark - Hooray! The CodeSpark team has been kind enough to grant our school home access to our school accounts while IWCS schools are closed. To access your account at home, please follow the directions below:
  1. Request a CLASS CODE from Mrs. Pealo. (Please include your child's name and teacher in your email.)
  2. Download the CodeSpark app. (Google) (Apple) (web-no app - computer)
  3. Click on "Schools" in the top left corner of the screen.
  4. Click on "Students," then "Class Code."
  5. Enter the class code that Mrs. Pealo sends to you, and you are in! Please help your child make sure they are clicking on their own name to access their account. 
 
Code.org - The team at Code.org will be hosting weekly webcasts about a variety of computer science topics starting on March 25. Sign up to receive an invite and supplementary resources!
 
Mrs. Pealo has set up student accounts on Code.org with "picture passwords" for all students at CAES. If you would like your child's password, please contact your classroom teacher or Mrs. Pealo and they can share your child's password with you. Click on the link for your child's class below to log in!
 
Kindergarten: First Grade:
(coming soon!) (coming soon!)
   
Second Grade:  Third Grade: 
 
Parents can access the privacy policy for Code.org HERE.
 
Scratch - Third graders have school accounts on Scratch - If you would like your child's password, please contact your classroom teacher or Mrs. Pealo and they can share your child's password with you.
For additional fun and educational resources, look HERE!