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Type of Resource (app, website, extension, etc)Brief Description about the resource
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360 Camera from Nixoncan be used to create cool virtual field trips
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ABC Mousewebsite and appfree for teachers!!
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ABCya.comwebsiteFree online games, sorted by level and skill. easy for kids to click on games that are not appropriate. limited number of games
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Adobe DrawiOS/Android AppStudents can draw, trace, and create within the app. Basics are easy to use.
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Arcademics.com
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Bitsbox
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Bloomz
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BookFlixwebsiteScholastic BookFlix is an online literacy resource that pairs classic video storybooks from Weston Woods with related nonfiction eBooks from Scholastic to build a love of reading and learning. The engaging way to link fact and fiction, BookFlix reinforces early reading skills and introduces children to a world of knowledge and exploration. My Students love this program. It requires a subscription.
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Bookopolis
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Brain Pop Jrwebsite and appProvides educational movies for K-3 students. Homework Help, leveled quizzes, games and activities for kids. Requires subscription. Some free videos.
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Britannicawebsiteexactly what it sounds like. It has different levels for searcing, elementary, middle, and high. Searches show video, text, or audio. Most text can be read to the students, even higher levels. Teachers can create a playlist/collection of articles and videos and share the link with students. Great for sharing things with littles who have may have trouble with a search.
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code.org
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Coding Apps Foos
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Dojo ClassWebsiteClassDojo connects teachers with students and parents to build amazing classroom communities. Helps students grow by sharing regular, positive feedback in class and on their own portfolios.
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Epic Bookswebsiteonline ebooks, free for teacher. Set you student profiles. Students choose books, some are read aloud. Teachers can create and assign collections. I am still trying to find a way to limit the levels and video they can search
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FunbrainwebsiteOnline educational games for kids of all ages. (math, grammar, science, spelling, history)
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Glogster.comwebsite and appDigital Media Posters Yearly subscription $39.99 1 teacher /30 students
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Google Cardboard
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Google Cast for EducationChrome ExtensionAllows students to share their screen to the teacher's computer for projecting.
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GregTangMath
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https://kidblog.org/home/websiteSafe and simple blogs for your students. Full content moderation and user management tools for teachers.
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iReadywebsiteDiagnostic testing and lessons based on testing, purchased site, usually by a district
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KahootwebsiteOnline game-based learning platform (classroom response tool).
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Kodablewebsite and appPreparing kids for their future in the digital world is easy with good resources. Kodable is designed to provide everything you need to teach the fundamentals of programming. My students love this and always ask to use this program. They do it on their own at home.
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Letter Factory
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Lexia
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Libot
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Little Bird TalesiOS appStudents can create books completely inside the app. Students can illustrate with the drawing tools, type, or record their story. Very easy to use.
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My First Clicks
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Myon
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Ozobot
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Padletwebsite/appPadlet is a virtual wall that allows people to express their thoughts on a common topic easily. It works like an online sheet of paper where people can put any content (e.g. images, videos, documents, text) anywhere on the page, together with anyone, from any device. Free and premium versions.
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PebbleGo#ERROR!Non-Fiction, easy to read/understand for young learners or have the info read it to you
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PlickerswebsiteStudents hold a card that shows their answer. Teacher uses device to scan the cards to collect student responses. Answers are viewed and data is collected.
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quadblogging
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Quizlet.comwebsiteMakes simple learning tools that let you study anything. Start learning today with flashcards, games and learning tools — all for free.
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RazKids
website, app (google play and itunes)
Access to levelled reading books. Students listen to the animated book, read it on their own, then complete a comprehension quiz. Rewards and incentives for students. Teacher can assign reading logs and complete running records. Students can record their reading.
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RoomRecess.com
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Safari Montage,websiteusually a district purchase. Large selection of education materials, audio, video, etc.. Some very old. Teahcers and students can view and search the materials. It can be set so that elementary students do not get shown content other than that marked PreK-5. They work with publishers to provide content, we can serch our HMH resources through Safari Montage. Teacher can upload and share materials. Possible avenue to let students watch YouTube videos if they are currently blocked. More to come
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ScratchwebsiteWith Scratch, you can program your own interactive stories, games, and animations — and share your creations with others in the online community. Scratch helps young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively — essential skills for life in the 21st century. Scratch is a project of the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab. It is provided free of charge.
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SeesawWebsite/AppSuper easy digital portfolio with great options for students to edit their photos. Also does video. Kinder friendly. Gives the option to create online classroom blog. Can connect with other classroom Seesaw blogs. Can give parents access to classroom blog or just their child's portfolio. Great for app-smashing, sharing tech projects, and also classroom paper/pencil tasks. Record child's reflection on assignments, share w/ parents & use for assessment.
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Smarty Ants
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SpellingCity.comwebsite and appStudents can use a prepared list or type in their current spelling words to learn and practice their words in a really fun way. Free and premium versions.
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StarfallA systematic approach, in conjunction with audiovisual interactivity which is perfect for preschool, kindergarten, first grade, second grade, special education, homeschool, and English language development (ELD, ELL, ESL). Starfall is an educational alternative to other entertainment choices for children.
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Stick Around Play, design, and share labeling and sorting puzzles! Stick Around comes with an assortment of puzzles, including ordering decimals and classifying rocks. It's the player's job to drag the stickers from the tray to their correct spots on the background before time runs out.
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StorybirdwebsiteWrite your words, use our art and create amazing stories. Simple tools help you build books in minutes. Let the art inspire and surprise you as you write. Readers will encourage you along the way.
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Sumdog.comwebsitemath & reading games; students can compete against classmates. Questions are differentiated based on the students previous answers.
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Symbaloo Edu
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teachyourmonstertoread.comiPad & websiteThree levels: letter sound recognition, word study & sentences; variety of games students can unlock & teacher dashboard w/ data collection
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TouchcastiOS AppEasily create videos using green screen or no green screen. You can easily feature text, picture, or other resources and overlay video/audio.
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Toy Theater
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TumblebooksiOS / websiteanimated books with online or printable quizzes/book reports/info for Accelerated REader- can be free usually with a library card.
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Tux Paintmouse activities/art/drawing/paint/
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Tynkerweb based / iPad
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Vocaroowebsitevoice recording, immediate playback, link or QR code
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www.bighugelabs.comwebsitedesign mag covers and more
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www.infohio.org/
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www.ixl.com/
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www.minimouse.us/
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www.noredink.com/
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www.zaption.comwebsite and appable to put questions on YouTube videos like kahoot but on videos
Looks like this is no longer available.
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xtramath.orgwebsiteFree website for teaching Math Facts starting at addition and going all the way to division. Has great data and the kids think it is fun!
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ZearnwebsiteMath lessons based on common core lessons
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