Bringing learning into the home is a valuable way for families to deepen and enrich your child’s educational experience. With a variety of educational resources right at your child’s fingertips, learning is engaging and effective. Access your child’s grade-level and skill-level appropriate program below and start your at-home learning adventure!
Raz-Kids is an award-winning teaching product that provides comprehensive leveled reading resources for students. With hundreds of eBooks offered at 29 different levels of reading difficulty, it’s easy to put the right content in every child’s hands.Kids access their leveled text through an interactive learning portal designed to keep them motivated and engaged. Every eBook is available in online and mobile formats, and allows students to listen to, read at their own pace, and record themselves reading.
Students work independently to develop critical reading and language skills through individualized, motivating learning paths.Students have the opportunity to accelerate beyond their grade-level skills, as they are given the ability to demonstrate proficiency in each skill area, and are advanced to the next level in the program if no instruction is needed. For students in need of extra support, Lexia provides a level of scaffolding. If the student still struggles, the program provides explicit instruction on the concepts and rules of the skill, allowing the student to demonstrate proficiency and then return to the scaffolded level and standard-level activities.
eSpark automatically differentiates for your child based on his/her current needs, giving them targeted instruction in reading.Diverse third-party games, videos, and resources spark a love of learning and help your child practice new skills. Within eSpark’s adaptive, self-paced pathways, your child will master new standards, receive immediate feedback, and synthesize their learning along the way.
Frontier taps into student interests and experiences to build confident, engaged writers. Aligned to ELA state standards, Frontier writing projects feature thought provoking guiding questions, curated multimedia texts and resources, and formative assessments.Every Frontier writing project culminates in an extended narrative, opinion, or informational writing challenge that asks students to think critically and apply what they learned while citing evidence from complex texts. As students write, they’re given automated, real-time feedback on their use of purpose, organization, evidence, and spelling and grammar conventions. Once they submit their first draft, students review and provide feedback on the writing of two of their peers.
Over the course of a school year, students solve well over 5,000 interactive puzzles, each one providing animated feedback that adapts to a student’s response. This informative feedback offers an intrinsically motivating learning experience that shows students the mathematical consequences of each answer.Students experience autonomy in ST Math, where action is critical and mistakes are the perfect opportunity for learning.Math concepts are first presented without the use of language and symbols, enabling all students to access the critical thinking and visual problem solving at the heart of mathematics. Symbols are gradually introduced as the puzzles progress, so that by the end of the learning path students are solving the same math problems they would encounter in a textbook or on a standardized test. Through this process, students develop conceptual understanding of abstract symbols and procedures