Have more questions?
Are there teacher resources available for PebbleGo?

Yes! Click here to find a variety of free lesson plans and activities within the Resources section on PebbleGo.com to help teachers get the most out of your subscription. Additionally, many articles in PebbleGo include an activity related to the article. To print the activity, click on the activity icon just below the article.

Does PebbleGo work with my LMS (Learning Management System)?

PebbleGo can be easily integrated into most LMS applications by using the SQS code on the PebbleGo URL you want to access. Click here for instructions.

Is there a list of the articles included in the PebbleGo database?

Yes, we do.  You can view the list of articles for each module here.

How can my students access PebbleGo at home?

To take full advantage of PebbleGo, it is strongly encouraged that students access this valuable resource at school and at home. To access PebbleGo at home, the students can simply go to PebbleGo.com and type in the username and password for your school. This will allow them the exact same access as in school.

Can I disable or hide articles and/or categories in PebbleGo?

Yes, PebbleGo and PebbleGo Next include functionality to Disable (hide) and Enable (un-hide) individual articles or categories for your students.To do so, log into your admin account and click on the three lines on the top left of the page, then click "Content Management". You can then toggle categories and articles on or off. Click here for instructions.

Can I track usage data within PebbleGo?

Absolutely. As part of your subscription, you have access to an administrative site that provides usage information. Simply log into PebbleGo using your administrator username and password.

Is there a way to configure PebbleGo so my students don’t have to type in their username and password?

Yes. Using your user administrator login, under the “User Access” tab, you’ll find an SQS link, also known as a quick login link. This is a link that you can use to allow students to access PebbleGo without having to type in the username and password.

Note: If you’re posting this link on a school website, make sure that it’s not a website that can be accessed by members of the public, as posting a quick login link where others can find it will violate your license agreement.

How do I set up bookmark for easy access to PebbleGo?

You can bookmark your quick login link to the browser on your school’s computers, or bookmark it to the desktop on your mobile devices so that students can choose it in the same way they choose an application. To do so, copy your quick login link to the clipboard and open the browser. You may be able to directly bookmark a URL without loading the page, however if you don’t see a long series of letters and numbers after the characters “/?sqs=” your quick login link may not work in the bookmark.

Make sure you test your quick login link bookmark after you’ve made it.


  1. If bookmarking the SQS link, copy the SQS link to your clipboard, and then turn off internet connectivity for the device.

  2. Open Safari and navigate to PebbleGo or paste the SQS link into the URL bar.

  3. Hit the Share button at the bottom of the screen in the middle. The share button represents a page with an arrow coming out of it

  4. You’ll see nine icons – three rows of three. The middle icon in the middle row should show the message “Add to Home Screen”. Tap this icon.

  5. You’ll be asked to edit the site’s name, so feel free to modify if necessary, then click the “add” button in the upper right-hand corner of the screen.

  6. If you turned off internet connectivity, turn it back on.

  7. Tap on the link to verify that it brings you to PebbleGo. If you bookmarked the SQS link, your students will be automatically logged in.

  8. The webpage can now act like an app for your students.

Android (instructions may vary based on device)

  1. Open your web browser and navigate to PebbleGo or paste the SQS link into the URL bar.

  2. Tap the menu at the upper right-hand corner of the screen represented by three dots in a vertical column.

  3. Tap the star symbol to create the bookmark.

  4. You will be brought into a menu to edit the bookmark. If you’re bookmarking an SQS link, highlight the URL to the right of the word “Address” and paste the SQS link into this field.

  5. If you see a “save” link at the bottom right, tap that link.

  6. Navigate to your bookmarks in Chrome (an easy way to do this is to open a new tab and tap the “Bookmarks” link at the bottom left of the screen)

  7. Locate the bookmark you just created and tap and hold the bookmark. From there you will see another menu. The bottom option in the menu is “Add to home screen”. Tap this option.

  8. Tap on the link on your home screen to verify that it brings you to PebbleGo. If you bookmarked the SQS link, your students will be automatically logged in.