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App or ProgramDescriptionReviewPrivacy PolicyDate AddedNotesYellow or Green
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Adobe SparkVideo creation tool. Videos are posted online on the Spark Video website.LINKLINKSeptember 1, 2019Settings should be changed to "Not Featured"yellow
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Book CreatorPaid book creation tool. LINKLINKSeptember 1, 2018An excellent tool for home use as well.green
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Class DojoContent delivery and parent communication tool.LINK
LINKApril, 2020Parents need to create an account and link their children. Only one account is needed regardless of the number of children in school. Only one account is needed for the duration of time children are in school.green
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Code SparkApp that helps younger students learn about computer programming.LINKLINKSeptember 1, 2018green
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Code.orgOnline website filled with lots of different activities to learn computer programming. Students can log in with their Google accounts so work can be saved.LINKLINKSeptember 1, 2017Lots of free activities, especially during code week held every year in December.green
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Dogo NewsCurrent events. Paid subscription offered for $3 per student.LINKLINKSeptember 1, 2019grades 3-10yellow
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DreamscapeLeveled reading games.LINKLINKSeptember 1, 2019Teacher requestgreen
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Epic!Online digital library, free at school, low cost subscription needed for beyond the school day and weekends.LINKLINKSeptember 1, 2019Discount codes are available from teachers. Students can join classrooms and teachers can monitor reading choices and amount of time spent reading.green
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Khan AcademyA place to review and practice classroom content.LINKLINKSeptember 1, 2018Grades K-12yellow
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Khan Academy KidsMath, ELA, SEL content for pre K through K.LINKLINKSeptember 1, 2018Ages 2-7.green
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Kids A-ZA classroom reading instruction tool.LINKLINKApril 1, 2020Teacher request.green
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KodableA simple computer programming app for beginners.LINKLINKSeptember 1, 2017See your teacher or tech integrator for the class code.green
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LaliloPaid ELA program for the classroom.LINKLINKOctober 1, 2019This paid program was considered as a lower cost alternative to Lexia. green
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NewsELANews program for grades 2-12. Reading levels can be selected. LINKLINKSeptember 1, 2018grades 2-12yellow
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ProdigyMath practice game.LINKLINKSeptember 1, 2018Teacher request.green
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ReadworksTeacher tool for reading instruction.LINKLINKSeptember 1, 2019Teacher request.
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Scratch Computer programming activities for slightly older students.LINKLINKSeptember 1, 2018Created by MIT.green
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Scratch Jr.Computer programming app for younger students.LINKLINKSeptember 1, 2018Featured on PBS.green
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SeeSawTeacher tool to deliver assignments and collect student work.LINKLINKApril 1, 2020New accounts will need to be created each year. green
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Stop Motion Studio Pro
Purchased app for creating stop motion videos.LINKLINKSeptember 1, 2018Great app for home use.green
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Toon TasticFree app to create animated stories.LINKLINKSeptember 1, 2017Kids have fun creating their own stories.green
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TynkerProgramming app for kids. There are multiple activities to choose from and some are better than others.LINKLINKSeptember 1, 2018Choices are limited in the free version.green
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KidblogSafe supportive blogs boost kids writing skills and digital citizenship.LINKLINKOctober 15, 2020Ask your students to discuss issues such as who can see their blog versus other blogs on the internet. Also, be sure to share with your class clear behavioral norms around acceptable content. Having these discussions is a great way to encourage critical thinking about the ways students interact on the web.yellow
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