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To use an online dictionary/thesaurus click on the following link:



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Educational Links

Math Links

To view the California State Mathematics Common Core Standards for Grades K-12 click on the following link:


A great websites to practice math basic facts are:


JiJi (ST Math)

In ST Math, students play visual math games designed to teach math concepts. Thanks to the homework feature, selected games are also available at home or on any other computer with Internet access. In addition to assigned games from your student's teacher, he or she will always have access to the games already passed. Encourage your student to play those games from home to review concepts and practice skills he or she has learned in ST Math. Your student will access the program just as he or she does at school. Please make sure only the student with the ST Math account plays the games.

Instructions for downloading at home:

1. Enter stmath.com in the address line of your web browser

2. Click on JiJi, the penguin.

3. Only if this is the first time logging in at home, you will be asked to enter this homework activation code: RID7E8-H4Z-K5-M7Q

4. Click "I agree."

5. Click "Allow local data storage."

6. Your student will then see the familiar screen with JiJi. He or she needs to click JiJi and enter the password exactly as in school. If there are no unplayed games visible, click the button at the bottom of the screen with the green cones to access games previously passed.

7. After playing, the student should always use the back-arrow button on the bottom-left of the screen (just like at school) to exit the program and ensure that progress saved.

If you encounter technical difficulties, please contact your child's teacher for assistance. MIND Research Institute is not responsible for technical support of the home use component.


Requirements: iPad 2 or newer running iOS 5.0 or later, Kindle Fire, 7" tablet or larger running Android 3.1 or later

Step 1: Get the app. Search for "ST Math" in the App Store (for iPad), or on Google Play or the Amazon App Store (for Kindle Fire and other Android tablets).
Step 2: Enter your School ID and homework password.
            School ID: RID7E8
            Password: H4ZK5M7Q

On Kindle Fire and Android, if asked for an "Activiation Code", enter:

Educational Websites

Language Arts Links

 CA Treasures Reading Program:


Accelerated Reader Home Connect:

To view the English Language Arts Common Core Standards for Grades K-12, click on the following link: http://www.scoe.net/castandards/agenda/2010/ela_ccs_recommendations.pdf

Students should be reading books that are at their level. Many teachers use the following site to find AR book levels:

Science Links

To view the State of California's Science Standards for Grades K-12 click on the following link:

K-5th Graders may visit http://www.pearsonsuccessnet.com to access their science books. Their username is their student ID number and the password is school. If your child is unable to login, please contact their teacher.

6th Graders may visit http://www.eduplace.com/kids/hmsc to access their science program.

Social Studies Links

To learn about the State of California's Social Studies Standards for Grades K-12, click on the following link:


For 5th graders to access their social studies book, click on the following link:
Students' user names and passwords are the same as their AR log ins.

Link to information/games about the U.S. Constitution: