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Guides, video tutorials and tips to help students and families get reading on myON.

myON Overview (older students)

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This video provides a complete overview for myON 3.0 that is appropriate for students in upper grades. The video takes students through initial login, assessments, finding books, using the literacy tools, and completing projects.

In Spanish: Bienvenido a myON (Estudiantes Mayores)

myON Overview (PreK to 1st Grade)

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This video provides a quick introduction to myON, specifically geared for younger students (PreK through 1st grade). Students will learn how to login, take the interest inventory and placement Lexile Assessment, and select books. They can even read along with one of our favorite titles.

In Spanish: Mi Primer myON (para Nivel Escolar-Kinder-1er Grado)

Elementary Student Overview - Part 1

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Watch this short video for a quick overview to logging in to myON. Appropriate for students in elementary grades 2-5. The video takes students through initial login, assessments, finding and reading books, and more.

In Spanish: Bienvenido a myON (Parte 1)

Elementary Student Overview - Part 2

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The second part of our elementary video series takes you deeper into the projects, with information about completing tasks, using your journal and annotation tools, and much more. Appropriate for students in elementary grades 2-5. 

In Spanish: Bienvenido a myON (Parte 2)

What's In Our News?

From the Desk of Russell Kahn, editor of myON News: Powered by News-O-Matic
How does myON News decide which articles to post every weekday? It is a big question, and our Editor in Chief gives a great explanation.

Getting Started with myON News

Getting Started with myON News
Getting Started with myON News

Book Annotations (Early Grades)

Students have access to literacy tools such as highlighter, brush, and sticky notes.

Book Annotations (Middle Grades)

Students have access to literacy tools such as highlighter, brush, and sticky notes.

Book Annotations (High School)

Students have access to literacy tools such as highlighter, brush, and sticky notes.