K-8 Reading Resources

K-2 Reading (English Language Arts-ELA) Resources:

Resource Additional Information with Username and Passwords
Reading Eggs (Practice)
  • Please contact your classroom teacher for the username and password.
Think Central
(Online Student Books and More)

 

Accelerated Reading
(AR-Library Books)
  • Accelerated Reading is a program where students check books out of the library at their appropriate reading level.  After a student reads the book, they take a quiz on the book online to accumulate points.
  • Renaissance Home Connect gives parents and students a snapshot of the student’s Accelerated Reading progress, including average percent correct in quizzes, number of points earned, and ATOS book level.  Parents and students can see all the books the student has read. Clicking a book shows details about it such as book level, word count, points, and more.
  • Once on the site, use the same Accelerated Reading user name and password that students use in school to access their account.
Common Core Parent Information
  • Learn why the Common Core is important for your child.

 

Grade 3-6 Reading (English Language Arts-ELA) Resources:

Resource Additional Information with Username and Passwords
Study Island (Practice)
  • Student Login Information: Student usernames are their student ID number (lunch number)along with @uasd. (Ex: 2001234@uasd) The password is “study”. (Except at Lafayette Middle School, their password is their first and last initial followed by their student ID number.  For example: John Smith’s password would be “js12345”)
Think Central
(Online Student Books and More)
Accelerated Reading
(AR-Library Books)
  • Accelerated Reading is a program where students check books out of the library at their appropriate reading level.  After a student reads the book, they take a quiz on the book online to accumulate points.
  • Renaissance Home Connect gives parents and students a snapshot of the student’s Accelerated Reading progress, including average percent correct in quizzes, number of points earned, and ATOS book level.  Parents and students can see all the books the student has read. Clicking a book shows details about it such as book level, word count, points, and more.
  • Once on the site, use the same Accelerated Reading user name and password that students use in school to access their account.
Common Core Parent Information
  • Learn why the Common Core is important for your child.

 

Grade 7-8 Reading (English Language Arts-ELA) Resources:

Resource Additional Information with Username and Passwords
Study Island
(Practice)
  • Student Login Information: Student usernames are their student ID number (lunch number)along with @uasd. (Ex: 2001234@uasd) The password is “study”.  (Except at Lafayette Middle School, their password is their first and last initial followed by their student ID number.  For example: John Smith’s password would be “js12345”)
Holt McDougal Literature
(Online Student Books)
  • Please contact your classroom teacher for the username and password.
Accelerated Reading
(AR-Library Books)
  • Accelerated Reading is a program where students check books out of the library at their appropriate reading level.  After a student reads the book, they take a quiz on the book online to accumulate points.
  • Renaissance Home Connect gives parents and students a snapshot of the student’s Accelerated Reading progress, including average percent correct in quizzes, number of points earned, and ATOS book level.  Parents and students can see all the books the student has read. Clicking a book shows details about it such as book level, word count, points, and more.
  • Once on the site, use the same Accelerated Reading user name and password that students use in school to access their account.
Common Core Parent Information
  • Learn why the Common Core is important for your child.