• English Language Arts (ELA) Resources
  • BookFlix

    Who?
    K-6 Faculty & Students

    What?
    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.

    How?
    Users should see their building Library Media Specialists for access and support.

    When & Where?
    Access is generally limited to the Wallkill CSD campus via password or computer address authentication.


  • Dreambox Learning

    Who?
    Ostrander Self-Contained 2-3 Students

    What?
    Designed for teachers, by teachers. DreamBox Learning® Math delivers learning experiences and 2,000+ lessons in ways that excite
    students, build confidence, and a lifelong love of math.

    How?
    Monique Bean and Christine Nisa are the Ostrander faculty coordinators.

    When & Where?
    Access is limited to Ostrander Self-Contained 2-3 Classrooms


  • HMH ThinkCentral

    Who?

    K-6 Faculty & Students

    What?

    ThinkCentral hosts the digital courseware for our K-6 HMH Journeys ELA textbook series.

    How?

    Student accounts are created and maintained by Technical Services. Classroom teachers perform rostering, task assignment, monitoring, and reporting.

    When & Where?

    Accessible 24/7 via any active internet connection.


  • Raz-Kids

    Who?

    K-6 Students

    What?
    Raz-Kids' self-paced assignments deliver appropriately leveled books and quizzes for kids to read. Students automatically progress to the next level upon successful completion of an assigned level. With a robust collection of features that empower students to improve their reading while making it fun.

    How?
    Classroom teachers create and maintain student accounts and task assignment.

    When & Where?
    Accessible 24/7 via any active internet connection.


  • Read 180

    Who?
    4-6 Ostrander Students

    What?
    Read 180 is a leading blended learning intervention program buiding reading comprehension, academic vocabulary, and writing skills for struggling students in Grades 4 and up.

    How?
    Read 180 placements are administered by the Pupil Personnel Office, and Joy Kolber is the Ostrander faculty coordinator.

    When & Where?
    Access is limited to Ostrander Room 28 and push-in classroom settings.


  • Spotlight on NY eBooks

    Who?
    K-12 Faculty & Students

    What?
    Founded in 1950, Rosen Publishing has a long history of providing high-quality nonfiction books for children and young adults. Early on, Rosen recognized an urgent need for self-help material written specifically for teens. Rosen's flagship book on venereal disease, the first of its kind for teens, met with acclaim and approval, and marked the beginning of a publishing program for the school and public library communities. Rosen Publishing gained a strong reputation for its sensitive treatment of difficult subjects, accurate age-appropriate information, and reassuring tone.

    How?
    Users should see their building Library Media Specialists for access and support.

    When & Where?
    Access is generally limited to the Wallkill CSD campus via password or computer address authentication.


  • Starfall

    Who?
    K-2 Faculty & Students

    What?
    Starfall has been teaching children to read with phonics for well over a decade. Our systematic approach, in conjunction with audiovisual interactivity, is perfect for preschool, kindergarten, first grade, second grade, special education, homeschool, and English language development (ELD, ELL, ESL).

    How?

    K-2 Faculty create and maintain student accounts.

    When & Where?

    Accessible 24/7 via any active internet connection.


  • TeachingBooks

    Who?
    K-12 Faculty & Students

    What?
    TeachingBooks.net is an easy-to-use website that adds a multimedia dimension to the reading experiences of children's and young adult books. Our online database is developed and maintained to include thousands of resources about fiction and nonfiction books used in the K-12 environment, with every resource selected to encourage the integration of multimedia author and book materials into reading and library activities.

    How?
    Users should see their building Library Media Specialists for access and support.

    When & Where?
    Access is generally limited to the Wallkill CSD campus via password or computer address authentication.


  • Tumble Book Library Deluxe

     Who?
    K-3 Faculty & Students

    What?
    The TumbleDeluxe collection is a core collection for K-3 schools which is used by over 30,000 schools and school districts around the world. There are over 550 titles which include animated talking picture books, books in English, French and Spanish, read-alongs, non-fiction books and National Geographic Videos.

    How?
    Users should see their building Library Media Specialists for access and support.

    When & Where?
    Access is generally limited to the Wallkill CSD campus via password or computer address authentication.


  • VocabularySpellingCity

     Who?
    Grade 3-4 Faculty & Students

    What?
    With VocabularySpellingCity, teachers can implement the research-based vocabulary learning techniques that lead to vocabulary retention and improved comprehension.

    How?
    Grades 2-4 Faculty create and maintain student accounts (automation in progress).

    When & Where?
    Accessible 24/7 via any active internet connection.