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Achieve 3000 The ability to read and write in order to meet more rigorous standards is at the core not only of the Common Core initiative, it's at the core of teacher effectiveness, student achievement, and meeting the competitive challenges of a better-educated world.

Your child should have his or her login information taped into their planner.  If not, please ask your child's teacher.
Brain Pop (May be used by teachers and students at home as well!)

http://www.brainpop.com/

Log in via Clever clever.com/in/hawaii
Brain Pop JR (May be used by teachers and students at home as well!)

http://www.brainpopjr.com/

Log in via Clever clever.com/in/hawaii
Encyclopedia Britannica Online
  • On campus, the login is automatic, but from home, students have to enter the username: waikoloaes  and password: waikoloaes
FunBrain FunBrain has over 100 fun, interactive games that develop skills in math, reading and literacy. Plus, kids can read a variety of popular books and comics on the site, including Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Amelia Writes Again, and Brewster Rocket.
Kidbiz 3000 KidBiz3000® is the powerful, proven, differentiated online literacy instruction solution for grades 2-5 that reaches every student at his or her Lexile®/reading level. It's the only solution that delivers truly differentiated reading and writing assignments — using high-quality, non-fiction content based on each student's reading level - and that automatically adapts content via ongoing, real-time Lexile assessment.

Importantly, KidBiz® closely aligns with objectives of the Common Core State Standards to give students the content area literacy skills they need to succeed on the standards and prepare for college and career.

Your child should have his or her login information taped into their planner.  If not, please ask your child's teacher.
Overdrive Overdrive provides eBooks that students may borrow and read. Formats include books, audiobooks, read-alongs, and streaming videos. The Overdrive app is also available for students to use on electronic devices such as phones or tablets. Students will need their Hawaii state ID to login. Please see go to the library and see our Librarian for logon information or additional help.
Starfall
This website is a free resource for young students to practice letters and sounds!  Its phonics-based approach is perfect for PreK, Kindergarten, First Grade & Second Grade.  There are also math games covering a wide arrange of topics.
Tumblebooks Accessible on campus.
Virtual Road Trips
Are you interested in doing a lot of exploring, but don’t often have the opportunity? Let’s face it; parents don’t always have the time to take the family on long field trips. Some destinations, such as other countries throughout the world, may take weeks and can be very expensive. When you can’t go globe-trotting, sometimes you have to get creative and let your mind do the exploring. This is where virtual field trips become a great alternative. These are fun and wonderful websites that will show you different parts of the world, famous landmarks, beautiful works of art, historic marvels, science adventures and so much more!

Thanks to our friend Ella in New York who suggested this resource!