How to Change Language on Raz-Kids

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You may not understand to know more about Raz-Kids as its original language site is not your language or you probably want to learn Raz-Kids resources in another language, apart from English. As we know, the original language of  Raz-Kids site is available in English.

So, how to change the language on Raz-Kids site in order to be your language? Of course, to change a language on Raz-Kids, it will relate to your browser settings. It means that the ways to change language on Raz-Kids will be different in each browser. Thankfully, we’ll show you how to change language on Raz-Kids in some browsers. Let’s see the ways below!

Changing Language on Raz-Kids Page

When you access a page which is written in a language that you do not understand, Chrome browser can be an alternative for you to translate the page. In fact, Chrome is the most popular browser that you can choose to easily translate the original language of a page.

Here’s how to change language on Raz-Kids on Chrome!

  • Open Chrome on your computer.
  • Go to Raz-Kids site at
  • At the address bar, you will find the ‘Translate’ icon, click on it.
  • Select into which language the Raz-Kids native language would like to be translated.
  • After selecting the language, Chrome will automatically translate the web page into the language you have chosen.

Congratulations! You will get the language site of Raz-Kids in your language.

What if you do not find the ‘Translate’ icon on the address bar of Chrome? Well, if you try to translate the Raz-Kids language into another language, but you do not find the ‘Translate’ icon, you can try to refresh the Raz-Kids page to check if the ‘Translate’ icon appears.

If your way is still not working, alternatively, you can right-click anywhere on the Raz-Kids page. Then, click on the Translate to [Language]. Commonly, the ‘Translate’ icon will automatically appear on the address bar of Chrome.

How to Turn Translation On/Off On Chrome?

With Chrome, you can also control whether Chrome will offer to translate Raz-Kids page in a specific language. Here’s how to turn translation on/off on Chrome!

  • Open Chrome on your computer
  • Click the ‘three dots’ icon and then ‘Settings’.
  • Then, click on the ‘Advanced’ at the bottom.
  • Click on the  ‘Language’ under ‘Languages’ section
  • Click ‘More’ to see what languages are available.
  • If the language is not available in the list, you can add it by clicking ‘Add languages’.
  • After that, tick or untick ‘Offer to translate pages that aren’t in a language you read’ option.

Now, you can control the Raz-Kids page to show another language by turning on/off of the translation offer on Chrome.

How to Change Language on Raz-Kids Page on Mac/ Linux?

Chrome will automatically show in the default system language for your computer either on Mac or Linux.

  • Open Chrome browser on your computer,
  • Then, click on the optio‘three dots’ n on the top right of the Chrome page.
  • Then, choose ‘Settings’
  • Click on the ‘Advanced’ option at the bottom.
  • Under the ‘Languages’ section, click ‘Language’.
  • Click ‘More’ to see what languages are available.
  • If the language is not available in the list, you can add it by clicking ‘Add languages’.
  • Then, click on the ‘Display Google Chrome in this language’ option. However, this option is only available on Windows computers.
  • Last, restart Chrome to apply the changes.

Changing Language on Raz-Kids Books/ Texts

Changing Language on Raz-Kids Page

Raz-Kids Books are available in three languages, they are English, Spanish and French. Sure, you can change the Book language into other languages. As we know, the Raz-Kids Book will firstly show the English Book. So, if you want to learn a Book in other languages either Spanish or French, you can click on the ‘Spanish’ or ‘French’ in the ‘Word Language’ option.

Here’s how!

  • Log into your account in Raz-Kids.
  • Then, go to the ‘Resources’ option.
  • Click on the ‘Leveled Book’ in the drop down Resources menu.
  • Then, you will be taken to the ‘Leveled Books’ page.
  • At this page, you will see an option located on the left page which says ‘Also available in Spanish | French’.
  • Choose the language for the book you want. Click on ‘Spanish’ or ‘French’.
  • After clicking the option, the list of books under the ‘Level’ option will change into the language you choose.

If you see the language in books is changed, you can get started to do activities, listen, read and take a quiz.

It’s important to note, if you want to get access to thousands of leveled book assessments and also other resources in printable, digital, projectable and mobile formats, get yourself a Raz-Plus member.

Customizing the Reading Room for the Students

As a teacher, you can also customize the Reading Room by choosing which reading levels and content categories students can view. In default, the students will have access to books three levels below and two levels above their assigned Learning A-Z reading level.

They also have access to English and Spanish books by default. So, if you want to customize the Reading Room for your students, please follow the multiple steps below!

  • First, you need to access your Classroom Roster by choosing Manage Students and choosing Roster.
  • Choose the Raz-Plus or Raz-Kids tab.
  • Choose the individual student, group of the students or the whole class.
  • Choose the ‘Edit’ icon under the Reading Room column and then choose ‘Customize’.
  • You can also use the pop-up window to customize the Reading Room experience for your students.
  • To save your settings, you can choose the ‘Save & Close’ option.

As you know, the Reading Room is providing a digital library of resources for the students to read for fun and practice. Its dynamic homepage makes it easy for the students to find relevant, high-interest content which excites them quickly.

The students can also favorite books and see popular texts as their reading level based on what other students favorite. In this case, the additional content is organized into categories and presented at each student’s level. It means that the students can see the resources most relevant to them first.

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