Distance learning - Useful links and Tips
- BrainPop login link - Your teacher would have shared the login with you.
- Discovery Education Streaming, World Almanac, and National Geographic learning links are available in Ed1Stop.
- Parents can access free Starfall through Ed1Stop under Archive once they sign in. Unfortunately, we cannot provide our paid subscription for full access to Starfall.
- Student Google sign-in
Some classes have subscriptions to the following:
- Raz-kids - Student login
- IXL - IXL Student login
- Getepic.com - Digital Library for kids 12 & under - it is free for 30 days - Getepic link
- Here are some additional educational websites that can be shared with parents suggested by Commonsense Education.
Students sign in to their Google account using the format: firstname.lastname@example.org
- BrainPop login - Your teacher would have shared the login with you.
- Discovery Education Streaming, World Almanac, Khan Academy and National Geographic learning links are available in Ed1Stop under subscriptions and learning resources.
- IXL login (If your class has access) - Please remember to login in the following format username@audubonele
- Newsela class and reading assignments are via Google classroom
- Tynker, Kodable, and Code.org are some coding programs used. The students can find assignments on the platform's classroom page or in Google classroom.
Digital Citizenship at Audubon Elementary
Our students learn and practice digital citizenship throughout the year. Here are links to some of the resources:
- Digital Citizenship by Commonsense Media
- Be Internet Awesome
- Brainpop Digital Citizenship
- Digital Safety Presentation by our Principals
BrainPop is a repository of educational materials with animated movies, quizzes and other activities for students in grades K-12. The materials are available in various subjects like Math, Science, English, Technology, Health, Arts and Music.
Students may login by clicking on the link - BrainPop Login
Hour of Code
Hour of Code is a global event by Computer Science Education and Code.org to reach millions of students across various countries through a one-hour coding lesson during Computer Science Education week.
Some activities to try:
Read and interpret code with this challenge from Hour of Code - Compute-it Game
Hour of Code 2019 Activities
Watch this: Computer Science for good - Change the World