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5th Grade Student Resources

5th Grade Student Resources



Username: qr.jsmith@students.srvusd.net   (Ex: John Smith at Quail Run Elementary)

Passsword: ID#123456  (Each student has an individual 6-digit student identification number that he or she will use in the password.)


You MUST type in the @students.srvusd.net as well as your qr.name.


****Some students may have to type a number after their last name, for example, qr.jsmith2, qr.jsmith3 *****




5th Grade's Symbaloo Page for multiple websites that are used.




Math -  We will be piloting different Math curriculum this year. Click Here to read more about what piloting means.


Eureeka/Engage NY Math      -

Starting in January we are shifting to Eureeka Math.

Here are some Family Resources for you to check out.






Social Studies - http://www.ca-hss.com/sf/client/login/login.html - Textbook information

Website Online - LOGIN

Username: eddiejacobson (OR same as Math Pearson)

Password: abc123abc (OR same as Math Pearson)


States and Capitals Practice - USA Geography Online Game

Colony Report - Student Project

Walk Through the Revolution Website - 2013 (last year).

  • Thurs. 12/4 8:00-11:00 am - Williams/ Mearns (in F-2)

  • Thurs. 12/4 11:00-2:30 Kidd (in F-2)

  • Monday 12/8 8:00-11:00- LeMay (in F-4)

  • Monday 12/8 11:00-2:30 - Brown  (in F-4)

  • Friday 12/19 8:00-11:00 Jacobson (in F-7)

  • Friday 12/19 11:00-2:30 - Berry  (in F-7)




www.ed1stop.com - This is a group of websites and resources, including BrainPOP that we have access to. In order to access this you will need a username and password.

Username is: ejacobson_stu

Password: abc123


The "School Help" tab has many resources including BrainPOP. 


Additional Math Resources


For some extra practice in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division head to Fun4theBrain! Please visit: http://www.fun4thebrain.com

A great site for multilication practice, tricks and games is www.multiplication.com!

Scholastic Book Wizard - Level Books

Click here <--- Scholastic has a great tool to use to help find SOME book levels. Students are leveled A-Z by Fontis-Pinel reading levels, this is also called Guided Reading Levels on the Scholastic website.

Additional Geography Resource

Geography Quiz  - Fun for the kids!

Explorer Research Websites for Students


Expectations of the Book - <---- Click Here


http://www.kidinfo.com/American_History/Explorers.html (has links to lots of the links above, but scroll down towards the bottom for links on specific explorers)


http://library.thinkquest.org/4034/hall_of_fame.html (Explorer’s hall of fame – Cabot, Champlain, Columbus, Cook, Cortes, daGama, Drake, Hudson, LaSalle, Magellan, Marquette & Joliet, Polo, Vespucci)


http://www.enchantedlearning.com/explorers/  (small overviews with links to larger articles)


http://ageofex.marinersmuseum.org/  (Go to “The Explorers”. A list of explorers with links to small biographies of each)




http://allaboutexplorers.com/ - This fake website teaches students to filter the information they are gathering and double-check with multiple sources.



When in doubt – add “for kids” to the end of your internet search.