Reading and Distance Learning Resources

Below you will find information and resources for your use at home during our distance learning time. Happy Reading!
  • link to Pebble Go          link to Pebble Go Next          Capstone                       

    Username: kingsgate                  Username: kingsgate                   Username: engaged              

    Password: knights                       Password: knights                       Password:  learning



    link to world book           link to follett

    Username: mediawbaccess

    Password: media

  • Week 3, April 20-24

    K-2 Lesson

    Earth Day is April 22! Watch the video below to hear the book Earth! My First 4.54 Billion Years written by Stacy McAnulty and illustrated by David Litchfield published by Henry Holt and Company, 2017.

    National Geographic Kids has information, ideas, and videos about ways to help Earth. Can you do 1 thing differently this week to save energy, water, or make less trash? 

    Log into Pebble Go with the username: kingsgate and password: knights Click on Social Studies, then People and the Environment, then Helping the Environment. Read an article related to Earth Day!

  • Week 3, April 20-24

    3-6 Lesson

    Watch the video below and visit the links for access to information, activities, and videos related to Earth Day!

    Earth Day Resources:

    Earth Day Activities - printable pages from Teacher Created Materials

    National Geographic Kids - tips for helping our planet and DIY craft videos

    World Book Online - articles about a variety of topics including Earth Day; username: mediawbaccess password: media

    Pebble Go Next - articles, videos, games, and Science, then Earth Science, then Atmosphere, Geosphere, or Hydrosphere to learn about ways to help Earth. 


  • Week 2, April 13-17

    Grades 3-6

    On April 19, 1995 an explosion destroyed part of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City and killed 168 people. The Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum honors those who lost their lives, those who survived, and those who assisted in the aftermath. 

    Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum