During this transition to online learning, please use these links as needed to supplement classroom teachers' assignments:

*CommonLit
Variety of searchable reading materials (fiction, non-fiction, and poetry) as well as text sets

*Clever Login (use your "waffle" in Office 365)
The Nokesville School/PWCS Clever Login includes links for:
*Brain Pop
*Brain Pop Jr.

*IXL
*Khan Academy
*Newzela - non-fiction and news sources that can be adapted to student reading level to annotate, compose writing, and answer questions
*Typing.com
*Wixie

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Education Opportunities from Home

Spreadsheets of educational opportunities from home include websites and logins if needed

*Free Educational Subscriptions
Article that lists most of educational companies offering free subscriptions due to school closings

*I-Ready at Home
Printable at-home activity packs are designed to provide K-8 students with valuable self-directed exercises and practice during extended absences from school. Each pack is designed to reinforce key concepts for a given grade.

*Kelly Gallagher's Article of the Week
Weekly articles posted to challenge upper middle school students

*Library of Congress
Primary source collections curated by topic, including sources that could be used for visual analysis for grades 3-5 


*MyOn
Personalized digital library at every student’s fingertips and authentic reporting on timely topics and current events now accessible for PWCS K-8 teachers, students, and parents through Clever


*PWCS Library System
Reserve book titles here and have them delivered to your closest library

*Reading Bear

Free online program to support beginning readers’ vocabulary and concept development while systematically introducing all the main phonetic patterns of written English K-3


*Reading Comprehension Worksheets
Includes K-8 reading comprehension practice by literacy skill and grade level

*Reading Quest
Contains graphic organizers and directions for use in literacy and across all content areas

*Read, Think, Write
Reinforcement of all literacy skills; includes detailed lesson plans

*Read Works
Offers a variety of searchable reading materials (fiction, non-fiction, and poetry), text sets, and paired passages; ask your teacher for login information


*Scholastic Book Wizard
Search for books by level or enter book titles and find the books' levels.

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Scholastic Learn from Home
Day-to-Day projects to keep students reading, writing, and learning from home based around a common theme with interactive checks of understanding

*Story Online
Popular books read by celebrity readers

*Teach Your Monster to Read

Learning to read for beginning readers including phonemic awareness, phonics, and basic beginning reading

*TNS Symbaloo
 

The Nokesville School Symbaloo includes literacy links for:
*Wixie
*Reading Eggs
*IXL - 
SOL practice by grade level and subject; student login information will be provided by classroom teachers
*Flipgrid
*SOL Pass - 
SOL practice by grade level and subject; use password nes
*RAZ KidsOnline leveled books for students in grades K-3; student login information will be provided by classroom teachers
*Type to Learn
*Brain Pop
*Brain Pop Jr.
*Typing.com
*Book Flix

*AbcYa Offers educational games and activities for students in grades K-5 to practice spelling, grammar, and parts of speech
*Vocabulary Spelling City
*Story Place
*Tumble Books
*Story Board That

*Starfall A free website offering reading and phonics practice for primary students
*Seussville - Educational activities centered around Dr. Seuss's books

*Unite for Literacy
Offers colorful page turning texts written in either English or Spanish and narrated in over 40 languages for K-2


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VA Reader's Choice Program

Lists of highly recommended books to consider reading at all levels