EAB's Common Center of Information is our main learning space. Also known as iCommons, this space is a collaborative learning environment designed to support our students in engaging with information. Our collection includes print materials, eBooks, and databases that students can access and use to create new knowledge and understandings. Please contact the iCommons with any inquiries or information needs.
Hours: 7:30am to 4:30pm during normal school days.
Students may check out up to seven (07) books for 15 (fifteen) days. It is always possible to renew materials.
LS iCommons: +55 (61) 3442-9724
eBook collection. Single-access and unlimited access titles are available
Resources to help you with Citations:
- 5 things you didn't know you could cite: Memes and more
- Effective Citing and Referencing. International Baccalaureate Organization, 2014.
- How to cite a Magazine picture
- How to cite a YouTube Video
- How to reference Flickr images correctly
- MLA Format: The Complete MLA Citation Guide
- Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL)
The practically painless guide to citing images from Flickr. University of Melbourne, 2013.
- Audiovisual Citation: learning on screen guidelines for referencing moving image and sound
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Amazon Audibles: children, tweens and teens free audible stories
BrainPOP offers animated, curriculum-based content covering a wide variety of subject areas For the little ones, check BrainPOP Jr, and for the English learners, visit BrainPOP ELL
BrainPOP Jr.: animated, curriculum-based content covering a wide variety of subject areas.
BrainPOP ELL: animated, curriculum-based content covering a wide variety of subject areas.
BRITANNICA ESCOLA: Britannica Escola Online is the Portuguese platform for Britannica School Edition.
BRITANNICA SCHOOL EDITION: encyclopedia articles, multimedia, primary sources, games, and other learning resources.
Epic!: thousands of books, videos and quizzes from leading publishers to help kids everywhere read, learn and grow
On the top menu, choose CLASS CODE and type: bkv2524
Click on "Guest"
EXPLORA Primary Schools: Articles from hundreds of popular magazines and newspapers as well as encyclopedias, biographies, radio and TV news transcripts, primary source documents, scholarly journals, and eBooks.
Flipster: online magazines
Beanz - about learning to code, computer science, and how we use technology in our daily lives
Faces - get an honest and unbiased view of how children in other countries and world regions live
Cricket - quality fiction and classic literature and nonfiction stories on culture, history, science, and the arts
Dig into History - focuses on an archaeological discovery or topic related to the issue's theme
PebbleGO: award winning PreK-3 database for reading and research on Animals, Science and Social Studies. Databases are simple to navigate and offer key reading supports such as read-along audio and word-by-word highlighting.
TUMBLE BOOK LIBRARY: animated, talking picture books which teach kids the joy of reading in a format they'll love.
Brightly Youtube Channel: full-length picturebooks read out loud
Harper Kids Has their read alouds
Indianapolis Public Library: with more than 100 titles
Kate Messner is compiling videos featuring authors and illustrators sharing their work and resources
Kidlit TV has a great compilation
Mo Willems Lunch Doodles: invites you into his studio, doodles, and teaches you how to draw Elephant.
Rivet: A free app with over 3500 free levelled books for young children
Scholastic Learn at Home: 20 days of free resources by grade level
Scholastic Weston Woods: audiovisual adaptations
Storyline online: with some great titles
Storytime with Bill from Little Brown Books
Math Salamander: It looks a bit old school but many of the printable games are very good
Mathematics shed: Check out the PDF of ready to play maths games
Mathsphere: Useful strategy games and simple board games to print
Nrich — Some have printables, some are interactive games, a lot are prompts that can be worked on offline.