Moreland District Links
Our library catalog is now available over the web.
Go to http://msd-library.moreland.org/.
Click on "George C. Payne" to view the Payne Library catalog.
Have a book report? Don’t forget you can do research at World Book Online.
Enter Username: moreland and Password: moreland.
Everyday Mathematics is the core math curriculum used in Moreland School District grades K-5.
- Visit the website to play games that provide practice of math concepts and skills taught in class.
- View the interactive Reference Book used in class.
Student login information:
Having trouble running the games? For technical assistance visit the Support Site.
All Payne students may play JiJi at home. Teachers have added more activity options for students based on their individual educational needs. Additionally, progress completed at home counts towards overall JiJi progress.
Difficult math concepts are taught using motivating visual games that require thinking multiple steps ahead to visualize and solve problems. Encourage your student to closely watch as JiJi teaches how to do each activity. JiJi shows where to click with a pointing finger. It may take your child 10 or more attempts to master an activity. Please do not help your child solve problems. It is best for children to learn through discovery
Note: Individual student login passwords have been taught at school. If your child is unable to remember his/her password, please contact your teacher and it will be retaught to your child.
*The first time you login, you will need our activation code:
Click here for system requirements and to learn more about JiJi (ST Math).
ST Math for Tablets
1. Get the app-Search for ST Math in the App Store (for iPad) or on Google Play or the Amazon App Store (for the Kindle Fire and other Android Tablets).
2. Enter your School ID and homework password. On Kindle Fire and Android: activation code enter: PAY7C9-HD3-GW-6SH
For the iPad:
Recommended Educational Sites
Visit AAAMath.com to play interactive math games for grades K-8. Select by subject or grade level.
ABCya.com provides educational games and activities for grades K-5. All educational games and activities were created or approved by certified teachers. The games are free and are enhanced to provide an interactive way for children to learn.
Visit Khan Academy and "learn almost anything for free!" With a library of over 3,600 videos they are on a mission to help you learn what you want, when you want, at your own pace.
Visit Multiplication.com to play games and improve your math skills.
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Visit Sheppard Software.com for hundreds of educational activities. Great for practicing US and World Geography!
Students can practice math and grammar skills with fun arcade style games at Arcademicskillbuilders.com. Site focus: math, language arts, vocabulary, and thinking skills.
Visit FunBrain.com Kids Center to play games focusing on numbers, words, the universe, culture, and strategy.
PrimaryGames.com contains fun, educational games for elementary school students in language arts, math, social studies, and science.
Starfall.com motivates children to read with a systematic phonics approach.
FactMonster.com features an online almanac, dictionary, encyclopedia, thesaurus and more. Check it out!
Need help with a math problem? Visit WebMath.com.