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Using your Nook is a privilege
Using your Nook is a privilege

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in PRR you earn Nook Training for PRR Kids Wake up your Nook Press the nook button Nook home page Swipe the Green circle Nook Home Page To read a book Press n button Tap on Library at bottom of screen ID: 493054 Download Presentation

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Slide1

Using your Nook is a privilege in PRR you earn!!Slide2

Nook Training for PRR KidsSlide3

Wake up your Nook!Press the “nook” buttonSlide4

Nook home pageSwipe the Green circleSlide5

Nook Home PageSlide6

To read a bookPress “n” buttonSlide7

Tap on “Library” at bottom of screenSlide8

Select a bookTap screen lightly on bookSlide9

Some books you read to yourselfTap the right side to turn a pageSlide10

Some books are “Read to Me” bookstap the book Slide11

Book will open and loadSlide12

“Read to me” books load horizontally

turn your Nook sidewaysSlide13

Tap “Read to Me”Slide14

Book opens to first pageSlide15

Turn pageTap right side of screenSlide16

To go back one pageTap left side of screenSlide17

To close a book press “n” buttonSlide18

A window pops upSlide19

Choose Library if you want a new book

Choose

the

Home

picture if you are doneSlide20

This takes you back to “home” Slide21

Nooks are set to go to “sleep”

after

2 minutes of inactivity

Press “nook” button to wake up NookSlide22

To put Nook to “sleep” Tap side buttonSlide23

Apps on Your NookPress the “n” buttonSlide24

Press the App icon at bottom of screenSlide25

Choose your Appby tapping it’s iconSlide26

Play the gameSlide27

When you are done,Press the “n”

button, choose

home

Slide28

Nook Training – PRR WebsiteSlide29

To go to the PRR website press the “n” buttonSlide30

Choose the “web” pictureSlide31

This takes you to the PRR websiteSlide32

Now you can choose a reading linkSlide33

Reading sites read stories to you.Slide34

Choose a storySlide35

The story begins, Enjoy!Slide36

Headphones plug in the little round hole in top of NookSlide37

Plug in headphones as far in as they will goSlide38

To Clean smudges off your Nook screen

use the

dry

black “Nook” clothSlide39

Care for your Nook

Use the black Nook rag to clean the screen gently.

Let the PRR Leader know if your Nook battery is low.

Leave the screen protector in place. Your Nook will last longer and your screen won’t get scratched.

Use your assigned Nook.

Put Nooks and headphones away in correct place when done using.Slide40

Nook User Agreement

Remember, students may only use the PRR website or the apps the PRR Leader has approved.

Some Apps may be for

Funtanstic

Fridays Only!

Enjoy your Nook!

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