Student Resources
 

Elementary Online Textbooks and Activities
The following websites allow for “at home” computer access to electronic versions of textbooks and learning activities for the online reinforcement of vocabulary, concepts, and skills.  All programs will provide your child with the opportunity to practice concepts and skills in an innovative and exciting environment.

 

Reading: Grades K-6

 

Math: Grades K-5

  • Go to Think Central
  • Make the appropriate selections from the drop-down lists
  • Enter the username and password on the letter sent home with your child
  • Click the Log-In button

 

Science: Grades K-6

  • Go to www.DiscoveryEducation.com
  • Enter the username and password on the letter sent home with your child
  • Click the Log-In button

 

Social Studies: Grade K-6

 

 

 

The following sites were purchased by the school district for student use. The sites are child friendly, full of current information, and are waiting to be explored!
 


Great website for dictionary and encyclopedia searches and pictures.
Username: flagler
Password: beach

 

Search dictionary and encyclopedia sources and pictures! For young students, click on the NewsBank Kids Page and search by lexile level.
Username: flagler
Password: beach

 

A wonderful user friendly site that covers a wide variety of topics from plants to animals! For young students, click on Kids InfoBits.
Log-In ID: student

 

 


Peruse the New Book of Knowledge and America The Beautiful, both fantastic sites!
Username: flagler
Password: beach

 


A student-specific password is needed. Contact your child's teacher.

 

Multiple resources and educational activities for students and parents.

 
KidsKonnect.com
A safe, internet gateway for kids with educational resources for Pre-KG through 8th grade students.

 


Flagler County Public Library

 


Starfall is a free public service website to help teach children to read with phonics. This website is a great resource for preschool, KG-2nd grade, special education, homeschool, and English language development (ELD, ELL, ESL) students.
 


Middle and high school students can use the FLChoices.org website for career planning and resources. Students will need to get their log-in information from their school.
 


FACTS.org is Florida's Academic Counseling and Tracking for Students. This free online advising website will help students plan and track their education progress from middle school through college.