Educational Websites

Educational Websites
Paginas Educativas

Brain Pop

This will  feature can be accessed through MacKenvia. Please use the following link to access MacKenvia: 


https://www.mackinvia.com/

1. Type in the school name: Ruben Hinojosa Elementary (Sharyland ISD). As you type the name of our school, the names of the schools will pop up. Please make sure that the school name says Sharyland ISD.
2. Type in the username and the password. This will be the same as the AR password. 3. Go to Digital Resources on the menu on the left. 4. There you will have access to many other resources available to you such as BrainHive, Britannica, EBSCO. 

Khan's Academy

This website does not only work for math but for other subjects as well as different grade levels. The website has short videos on different topics such as place value, addition and subtraction within 100, addition and subtraction within 1000,  measurement and data, and geometry. 

https://www.khanacademy.org/

ABCya

ABCya is a free website full of educational games for grades K-5, all of it designed by teachers.  It’s all games, no videos, so kids stay interactive.  Their content is very good—most of it is truly educational.  You do not need to create an account or give out your email address to use the site.  There are ads and they also advertise for-profit related apps.

http://www.abcya.com/second_grade_computers.htm

Starfall 

Starfall teaches reading through phonics and is appropriate for pre-K through 2nd grade.  It’s free, there are no ads, and you don’t have to set up an account.  It’s a great supplement to any early childhood reading curriculum.  They do have a “store” page that sells educational materials and their curriculum.

http://www.starfall.com/