•  Library Links


    Pebble Go

    Click here to access our Pebble Go databases.  Use your school e-mail address and password to log in.
    Not sure what a word means? Want to switch a boring word for an exciting word? Want to find some rhyming words? Click here!
    Click here to access World Book Kids Online.  Username:  exetersd  Password  eagle
    Check out what's new at the public library.
    search engine for students that emphasizes high quality resources evaluated and approved by educators, librarians and research experts.
    Kid-Friendly earch engine
    Story Jumper is a wonderful site that allows children to create their very own books. You can create cover pages, add text, upload drawings or photos to illustrate your story, and you can use the Story Jumper clipart gallery, too.
    NASA Kids’ Club – a place to play games and learn about NASA!
    Educational games for grades PreK through 6 that will keep kids engaged and having fun. Topics include math, reading, typing, just-for-fun logic games
    This game main focus is on code reading. After finishing Compute it, you will have a good practice on how a computer reads some code. It will be a useful skill when discovering code written by other people.
    Shel Silverstein
    Check out this cool website filled with poetry and games from popular children's poet Shel Silverstein.
    One of my favorite poets!  Visit this site to read funny poems and listen to Jack's music!
    Robert Sabuda         
    Want to be a paper engineer?  Visit Robert Sabuda and Matthew Reinhart's websites to see the amazing books they have created.  You can also print out a template created by the talented paper engineers and make your own pop-up!
    Practice getting library books in order by call number.
    This website allows you to create your own wacky stories by having you type nouns, verbs, adjectives, friends names, numbers and more in a list which will be inserted into a story.  Give it a try it and find out how funny your stories turns out!  When you open the link, there will be 100 different stories for you to pick from.  Click a title that you like, and then fill in the information.  After you fill out each blank, click "See Your Wacky Web Tale."  For help, click on "Parts of Speech Help" if you need a review of nouns, adjectives, and verbs.