4th Grade Textbooks
Most of our books this year include online resources to support learning in class and at home. Some textbook websites require passwords, and these are noted below.
** Suggestion: you may find it easier to right-click on the links to the textbook websites and select "Open in New Window" so you will be able to see this page to refer to the passwords. **
Username and Password given to students by their ELA teacher.
Emergency backup--access to book, but not electronic assignments or activities.
Username: forestlake Password: 4eagles
(Replacement Fee $46.50)
Scott Foresman Social Studies: Building a Nation
You may access the online textbook by going to:
**Please enter the user name "ForestLake" and the password "eagles" (all lowercase).**
**The online edition of the textbook has the Statue of Liberty on the cover. Please select it (red cover, green Liberty) as the chapters are identical.**
Online Social Studies activities based on the textbook
Harcourt Health & Fitness
Online Health activities based on the textbook (Replacement Fee $37.54)
Envisions - Math
Envisions: Online Student Edition (Hardback Textbooks Volume 1 and 2)
State: South Carolina
District: Richland Co School District 2
School: Forest Lake Elementary School
Username: 8-digit student number
South Carolina Science Macmillan/McGraw-Hill
Online Science activities based on the textbook
Online Student Edition Right-click on the link
and "Open in New Window" so you can cut and paste the access code. Scroll down Macmillan's "Online Student Edition" page until you see the cover for our edition. Click on the cover, then enter the access code.
Access Code: BC70FD58E8
(Replacement Fee $46.32)
It is sometimes balky (often if more than a few students are logging in at the same time), so we posted PDF links to chapters at the bottom of each science topic page on the website:
There are also online review games and animations at--
The PDF files download slowly (they are about 25 Mb each), but include text-to-speech support in the upper corners of the pages. Your computer will likely prompt (ask) you whether you trust the file's source before it will play the sound file.