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Web Resources

​​​​​​​​​​​Special Features for Learning at Home.  Start Here!


​​​St. Louis County Library ebooks  slcl.org  Use your Rockwood ID with the secret code!  See Classroom for instructions.

St. Louis County Library Databases  slcl.org   Use ​your Rockwood ID with the secret code!  See Classroom for instructions.

History and Science topics John and Hank Green entertain with a vlog on various topics.

Authors and Illustrators share readings, lessons, and insights​

​Free Virtual Tours:​  This list includes NASA, Art Museums, and History Museums that are offering free virtual tours during the Stay-at-Home orders.  

Scholastic ScienceFlix

Scholastic Go! Variety of videos and articles for all subject areas​

Scholastic Learn At Home  To support you, your students, and families, Scholastic has created the Scholastic Learn at Home website. This free resource provides all students exciting learning journeys that span the content areas created by our editors to keep your students actively engaged in learning while school is closed. Students will have access to approximately exciting articles and stories, virtual field trips, reading and geography challenges, and so much more.​

CommonLit​  You can find high-quality reading passages for ELA, social studies, and STEM subjects. CommonLit has something for everyone, with over 1,700+ English and Spanish texts for students in grades 3-12, featuring prominent, authentic, and diverse authors across all genres.​  Teachers can sign up for free and get a class code for students.  

Illustrative Math  Illustrative Mathematics is a non-profit organization committed to creating a world where learners know, use, and enjoy mathematics. Their highly respected authors craft and deliver high-quality, problem-based core curricula and professional learning resources that help teachers and students excel in teaching and learning mathematics.​

​C​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​heck our Destiny home page for additional ​links to helpful resources!​​

  • St. Louis Public Libraryhttp://www.slpl.org/
  • St. Louis County Library Virtual Branchhttps://www.slcl.org/virtual-branch
    All RSD students have a virtual library card which includes to access to databases and eMedia except for Hoopla and Kanopy.
  • St. Louis County Libraryhttp://www.slcl.org/
    Search the library collection or log in to use the databases.
  • Series Searchhttp://www.mcpl.lib.mo.us/readers/series/juv/
  • Series Finding Resourceshttp://nlc.nebraska.gov/ref/booksinseries2.aspx
  • Khan Academyhttp://www.khanacademy.org/
    This is a non-profit site that provides tutorials on a large variety of topics. You’ll find many levels of math (from basic math through Calculus), biology, chemistry, economics, and more. Site connects to YouTube which may be blocked on school computers.
  • Ben's Guide To U.S. Government for Kidshttp://bensguide.gpo.gov
  • Awesome Storieshttp://www.awesomestories.com/
    Awesome Stories is an amazing collection of on-line materials, primary sources, and even sound and video clips designed to enrich students' understanding of various topics in history. The site is searchable and is organized into broad topics that the user can browse for a more specific listing. Topics range from natural disasters to wars, movies, and even religion and famous trials.