Need help, parents?
How to use Clever to access RCISD's online resources
If you would like to pickup Davis Library books for your at home student, we are happy to pull those from the collection for you….Our school library has an online catalog that you can use to select and reserve books for pick up.
The direct link to the Royse City ISD Library Catalog is… https://search.follettsoftware.com/metasearch/ui/27645
Please watch the video linked here to learn more about logging into your child’s library account so that you may reserve books..Your child’s library login should be their email address without @rcbulldogs.net The password is their lunch number.
Please have all requests put in by Wednesday night. It will take time for us to pull and organize books for Friday pick up.
Google Classroom code for Library 6ytkhf4
Online reading sites
Capstone http://www.mycapstonelibrary.com/ click login username - continue password - reading
Pebblego https://www.pebblego.com/ click signin username - engaged password - learning
Junior Library Guild https://www.juniorlibraryguild.com/at-home?utm_term=Learn%20More%21&utm_campaign=FREE%20eBook%20access%20for%20your%20homebound%20readers%21&utm_content=email&utm_source=Act-On+Software&utm_medium=email
Overdrive - for instructions follow this link to a google doc I created https://sites.google.com/rcisd.org/overdrive/home THIS IS GREAT FOR PARENTS' READING NEEDS TOO!
Read aloud videos
Mrs. Oneal’s YouTube read aloud channel https://bit.ly/3a3MCnj
There are many FREE curated collections of approved read-alouds online. For instance, author Kate Messner’s website contains a collection of resources that include everything from first-chapter and picture book read-alouds (shared with permission from publishers) to drawing and writing mini-lessons.
The Story Time from Space website has videos of astronauts in space reading books to the children of Earth. The videos are placed under the heading ”Story Time Videos.”
Storyline Online is a children’s literacy resource featuring the world’s best storytellers reading books aloud. Each video includes an activity guide with lessons for K-5 students to do at home.
KidLitTV has created a virtual library of free read-alouds, drawing and writing tutorials, podcasts, art activities, and reading resources for kids!”