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ORMOND BEACH ELEMENTARY
100 Corbin Ave.
Ormond Beach, FL 32174
(386) 258-4666
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    Full-time Virtual Instruction Enrollment for 2014-15 School Year Opens April 23

     
     
    Families interested in full-time virtual instruction for the 2014-15 school year should visit www.volusiaonlinelearning.com. See the attached letter for full details on enrollment dates and options for students.
     
     

    Educational Links

    This is for incoming 4th and 5th grade students.  Access through V-Portal or click on link for direct access. 
    Username:  1alpha code
    Password:  birthdate (mmddyyyy)
     

     

     
    Students have a login ID (provided by their teacher).
     
    This is an online math program that most of our students are familiar with at OBE.  It's a great way to practice during the summer!
     
    If your students like The Magic Tree House series (and let's be honest, who doesn't?), they'll love The Magic Tree House website. Students climb up the tree and enter the tree house to find some great puzzles, fun games and quizzes on any of the 45+ MTH books.

     
    Can't afford that summer vacation schlepping around Europe? No worries, just pull up Toporopa on your nearest browser and learn all about the geographical, political, historical and economical aspects of the wonderful continent.

     
    Cool Math is "designed for the pure enjoyment of mathematics." This interactive site features a plethora of fun games, puzzles, calculators and lesson plans.

     
    Science Bob is a fun, interactive site that has several different areas for kids to choose from. There are videos, experiments, science fair ideas and a research help link with many fantastic links to other sites.

     
    Grammaropolis is a fun, interactive site that helps students learn about the parts of speech.

     
    Math Live, a fantastic site for upper elementary students, is full of cartoon math tutorials on subjects like fractions, multiplication, area and perimeter, tessellations, probability, and a variety of other topics. The glossary section is an amazing collection of math concepts animated for more solid understanding.

     
    NeoK12 is a fantastic collection of videos, arranged by subject, that have been individually reviewed by K-12 teachers.

     
    The educational goals of Catch the Science Bug are to increase science literacy and raise environmental consciousness by adhering to national standards and guidelines for content, to use different teaching methods for engaging all types of learners, and to encourage life-long learning by featuring scientists who model this behavior.

     
    ABCya! is a fun site for lots of great games and activities.  There is a nice word cloud generator that you can save as an image directly to your computer (jpg).

     
    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.

     
    A fun site for practicing basic math facts, Mathrun is a simple idea (math problems float up the screen, and you have to tell whether they are correct or incorrect).  Mathrun rates your brain speed and keeps a running total of how many problems you solved correctly. This is a great site to use for independent practice.