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Other Fun Sites

Starfall - fun beginning reading game and learning videos
Sumdog- a math game site

Edmodo- School Social Network- ask the media center for the OCS Library Groupie Code
BrainPOP- interactive videos and quizzes for all subjects
Sign on: orangecityelem Password: roadrunners
BrainPOPJr.- k-3 interactive quizzes and vidoes.
Sign on: orangecityelem Password: roadrunners

Mrs, Stewart's Blog- Follow what Mrs, Stewart is reading and doing in the library world!

Wordle- create a word cloud
tagxedo- create a word cloud in a shape and save as image
Animoto-a video/photo story video montage creator (You will need an email address-ask mom or dad for help)
Prezi- a presentation tool with a new perspective (You will need an email address-ask mom or dad for help)
Voki- creating a virtual avatar that talks! (You will need a email to save work- or if you do not want to save you can still publish and copy embed code or link.)
Blabberize- create a talking photograph with a mouth!
Glogster- online poster maker

Free Images (copyright free):



Microsoft Clip Art Online

Flickr-check out Creative Commons Agreement before use.

District Resources:

Don't forget to check your grade level resources. On the menu click "STUDENT Homebase"

http://www.proquestk12.com - online databases for research and professional development.

school: 32-39869

password: bigchalk

Public Library Resources:

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• You may make a single photocopy of any material you need to complete your schoolwork, or for your own personal research. You may keep the copies you make as long as you like, but you may not sell them.
• You must respect the copyright of materials you use. You may not modify or change the material nor may you perform or display the material except in conjunction with class work.
• You may use copyrighted material to do your schoolwork, but you must give the author
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• Use of copyrighted materials outside of regular class work requires written permission of the copyright holder. This includes graphic material such as cartoon characters on posters or other sprit or decorative matter.
• You may not copy computer software from the school computers.
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