• Here are a few useful websites for parents, students, and teachers:

     

    This site offers resources for kids who have questions about or have been targeted by online harassment.

    Cyberbully information

     

    Netsmartz offers age-appropriate resources to help teach children how to be safer online and offline.

    Netsmartz

     

    Safe Eyes protects your family from harmful content and other dangers on the internet.

    Online Safety

     

    Bookopolis is a fun and safe online community where kids can explore new books, share with friends, and earn points.  

    Bookopolis

     

    This site offers video book trailers for grades K-12.

    Booktalk videos

     

    Students can take this quiz to check understanding of copyright issues.

    Copyright Kids

     

    Online dictionary for elementary students

    Dictionary online

     

    To find out more information related to a book you are reading, go to the site below, click on your grade, and type in the ISBN from your book.

    Facthound

     

    Along with reading books in many different languages, ICDL can be used in a wide range of situations.  Children can expand upon the stories to create games, parents can extract themes to help explain important lessons, and teachers can utilize the multicultural nature of the collection to teach languages

    International Children's Digital Library

     

    Newsmap is an application that visually reflects the constantly changing landscape of the Google News in many different countries.

     

    This is just one of the many digital binders found on livebinder to organize your online resources.

    Web 2.0 Tools for Reluctant Writers

     

    Communicate faster by sending real-time messaging to your classroom, school, group, or just a single person. You can also schedule reminders ahead of time.

    Remind