Reflex Math is an online program that allows students to practice math facts in a fun way! It helps to develop fluency and measures their progress along the way!
Reading Eggs makes learning to read interesting and engaging for kids, with great online reading games and activities!
Epic is a digital library for kids! Students have access to a large selection of great books and videos!
Brain Pop Jr. is an animated educational site for kids covering content in science, social studies, language arts, math, arts & music, health, and technology,
Starfall is a free site to teach the reading. It features interactive books and phonics games.
PBS Kids provides educational games and videos featuring PBS Kids shows.
ABCmouse.com helps kids learn to read through phonics, and teaches lessons in math, social studies, art, music, and much more.
Animated picture books online. Download free books and the free TumbleReader to enjoy e-books offline too.
ABCYA provides online games for kids in K-5 sorted by grade level. Games incorporate areas such as math and language arts while introducing basic computer skills.
Scholastic provides interactive learning and reading activities for students in grades Pre-K-12.
National Geographic Kids allows students to play games, watch videos, learn about animals and places, and get fun facts.
Students can play the Magic Tree House game, learn about the books, take passport quizzes, read Tree House Mail, and check out the Magic Tree House on Stage.
Math Playground features math games, word problems, worksheets, and puzzles for K to 6th grade students.
PebbleGo is a PreK-3 database for reading and research. PebbleGo offers four databases: PebbleGo Animals and PebbleGo Science, PebbleGo Biographies and PebbleGo Social Studies. Databases are simple to navigate and offer key reading supports such as read-along audio and word-by-word highlighting.
The Math Up app is a great way to practice addition and subtraction facts!
Class Dojo is an app used to communicate academic or behaviroal progress with students and parents.
This app introduces "sight words," the most commonly used words in school, library, and children's books. Kids need to recognize these words by sight in order to achieve reading fluency.
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