Learning apps…


Posted by jstutz1 | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on December 7, 2018

Learning at Home


Check out these awesome programs, completely paid for by our amazing PTC (parent teacher club). A paper with more detailed instructions will be coming home with your child.


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Clever is an easy way for your child to access all of the learning applications they use at school. It allows them to access all of their learning applications with a single username and password.

Our younger students use individualized Clever Badges login without a username and password. Students can login by holding up their badge to the webcam.  (I WILL BE SENDING HOME YOUR CHILD’S PERSONAL LOGIN BADGE & LOGIN INSTRUCTIONS).

How to login:

  • https://clever.com/in/hpseagles
  • Click on the Clever Badge Log in.
  • You will be asked for permission to use your laptop webcam.  Click yes.
  • Hold QR badge up to webcam.  This will take your child to the CLEVER site.
  • A page will appear with multiple learning sites for your child! 


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One of the apps offered through the Clever service is Moby Max. This is a phenomenal app used in-school grades 1-3 for math fact fluency and phonics/reading skill practice.

Math modules recommended for K:  numbers. 

Reading modules recommended for K: Phonics, Alphabet letters, Alphabet sounds, Phonics Blending, Phonics spelling, Foundational reading, Sight words


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This information was sent home at the beginning of the year with your child’s login information.  Please let me know if you need this information again.

RAZ-Kids is an AMAZING reading app that Georgetown PTC sponsors for all of our classrooms.  This is a GREAT app to download on your phone or tablet for your kindergartener.  It is a great way to give your child exposure to digital literacy skills.

How to login:

  • Download the app: Kids A-Z (also known as RAZ-Kids)
  • Open the app and type in the following username:  jstutz0
  • Find your child’s name from our class list.
  • Your child’s password is their lowercase initials.
  • Once logged in, go to the “Level-Up” section.
  • Now your child can choose any of the stories on the app to listen to, read independently, then answer comprehension questions.
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