Below you will find resources that will help keep students connected to the learning process. For students K-8, Moby Max is the easiest way to access curriculum content in math, language arts, social studies and science. Each K-8 Moby Max account has been loaded with grade level content closely related to current topics being worked on in the classroom. For more details about grade level focused material, select the grade level in the left side bar. Be sure to read the sign in directions below the links section.
Khan Academy is another great resource for all grade levels. Once you create your personal account you can search their catalog of lessons. Their content is great for math, science, social studies, and SAT prep. You can sign up as a parent and then add your child to your account OR your child (13 years or older) can sign up directly. Children under 13 must be enrolled through a parent account. The advantage of signing up as a parent with an added child, is that as the parent you can monitor your child's progress in the content they work on.
We have also included some additional links that you will find helpful providing some additional enrichment activities for your children. Xtra Math helps students to work on the math facts (fact families). Setting up an account is quick and easy. The directions are below. Students in Grades 3-6 can use their enVision account to have access to their math book. Please note that this site requires Adobe Flash. The Math Worksheets link takes you to a site where you can download and print grade level math worksheets. Links for Learners is a collection of fun and safe sites for students to visit.
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TumbleBook Library has made their library of great books available to our students. Use this link to get reading!
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Newsela is now providing their content for free while schools are shut down. Newsela is a great resource for giving students an opportunity to hone their informational reading skills while learning about news from throughout the world. Please visit the Newsela subsite for instructions on how to start using this learning platform.
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BrainPOP is now also providing their content for free while schools are shut down. BrainPOP is a very kid friendly, fun way to learn. Please see the BrainPOP section below to see login instructions. For your convenience, we have linked three BrainPOP platforms: BrainPOP (Grades 4-6), BrainPOP Jr (Grades K-3), BrainPOP ELL (English Language Learners). Once you are in BrainPOP search for specific content that is listed on your grade level page found in the left side bar on this page.
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Mystery Science has put together science modules designed for easy use at home. Click in the yellow bar at the top to access units designed especially for an at home experience. Visit the class level pages at the left for units linked specifically to grade level topics.
Maximo Yoga gives young and old a fun way to get moving. Use these videos as a fun family activity. Kids will definitely get a chuckle as parents join in the fun.
Typing Agent is a great way for 2nd - 6th grade students to practice their typing skills. Students have used this software in the Computer Lab during their school day. If they need a reminder on how to log in, see the directions below.
Grade Level Activity Packets are now available from the Genesee Intermediate School District. To eliminate the need for every district to come up with a packet, the ISD put together a great resource to be used county wide. No log in needed. Once at the site, just click on your grade level and print out to do as pencil and paper activities.
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Let's explore your artistic side! Use these Creativity Choice Boards to guide you in exploring in the arts. There is a board for 1st-3rd grade and one for 4th-6th grade. Enjoy!
Scholastic News is a great source for learning about the world around us. We know that you are reading lots of fun books while at home, but informational text reading skills also need to be practiced. Scholastic News is a great way to explore a lot of topics.
Signing in to Google Classroom:
- Link to Google Classroom
- Click the blue Go to Classroom button
- User name is student's school email address: email@example.com (example: firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Password: flsh followed by student number (flsh123456, flsh001234, flsh012345)
Signing in to MOBY MAX for the First Time at Home:
- In the top left corner click on "AS A STUDENT."
- On the right side of the screen above the username box, is the opportunity to select your school. Type your school's name in the box, and select the school for the school year just finished. Click FIND.
- Enter username and password:
- username: firstname.lastname (for example Suzy Smith would be suzy.smith)
- password: student ID number (with any preceding zeros)
- Tip Sheet for more detailed instructions.
Signing in to Typing Agent:
- Username: firstname.lastname (for example: mary.smith)
- Password: student number (for example: 123456, 012345, 001234)
Signing-up for a FREE xtraMath Account:
- Click on the "Sign Up" yellow box on xtraMath's homepage.
- Follow the directions, signing up as parent and creating an account for your child.
Logging into enVision Math:
- username: flsh.firstname.lastname (flsh.mary.smith)
- password: flsh followed by student number (flsh123456)
Logging into Khan Academy: If you don't already have an account, you can either create a parent account and then create an account for your child OR students can create an account on their own.
Once you have successfully logged into Kahn, you can personalize your Khan experience by selecting the courses that you are currently taking at FHS. In addition to the core curriculum areas, there is also an SAT test prep course you can choose.
Signing in to BrainPOP:
- Click login found in the top right corner
- Enter username and password:
- username: raiderpride
- password: raiders2020