• Kids Infobits


    Password: panthers

    Kids InfoBits is the perfect educational product for today's young learners. It's a content-rich, authoritative, easy-to-use resource featuring age-appropriate, reliable, curriculum-related content covering a broad range of educational topics. It features a new, modern, graphical interface and improved navigation based on feedback from both our existing customers and student users. The design helps kids explore the product and gain comfort with database searching.

    With new full-text proprietary content from trusted sources such as Blackbirch Press®, U•X•L, and more, the information is reliable and geared to fit the needs of today's young learners. Kids InfoBits addresses the way kids learn and conduct research – and makes it fun!


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  • Graphic Organizer for Story Mapping



    Online tool for creating projects and taking notes. 

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  • World Book Online


    User Name: c1stoga

    Password: cougars

    When you need fast, reliable information for homework, reports, or just a lingering question, World Book Online is the place to go.
    • A suite of seven databases geared toward specific age ranges and abilities, from the youngest learners to adults
    • A colorful, approachable look and feel with articles written at your student's level
    • Illustrations and pictures, maps, audio files, videos, games, research tools, ebooks, activities, educator tools, primary source documents, and more
    • Easy access on desktops, laptops, and tablets

    Recommended Age Levels:  

     - Early World of Learning for Preschool

     - Kids for Kindergarten through Third Grade

     - Student for Fourth through Sixth Grade

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  • Book Flix


    User Name: conestoga

    Password: flix 

    BookFlix® is a digital literacy resource that pairs more than 120 animated stories from Weston Woods with a best-selling nonfiction eBook from Scholastic on a similar subject. The fiction and nonfiction pairings are designed to strengthen early literacy skills while exposing young learners to real world concepts.


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