Scholastice Learn At Home provides grade level appropriate, literature based learning activities. These lessons incorporate both science and social studies into the leveled activitiesWonderopolis
The excitement of learning that comes from curiosity and wonder is undeniable, and Wonderopolis helps create learning moments in everyday life—ones that fit in with dinner preparations, carpool responsibilities, a stolen moment between breakfast and the bus, or within school curriculum and education programs. From the very beginning, Wonderopolis has been lauded for our fresh approach to wonder and learning.Prodigy
Prodigy offers 1,500+ math skills ranging from first- to third-level DOK. On the lower end, students practice fluency and knowledge of basic concepts and routine procedures. On the higher end, they interpret and understand what the question is asking.Math Playground
Math Playground was created in 2002 for students who needed a fun way to practice math facts. Since then, Math Playground has grown to include a wide variety of math topics, from problem solving and mathematical art to real world math and thinking games.Time for Kids
For 23 years, TIME for Kids has published a weekly magazine for elementary school students. With exclusive access to TIME’s award-winning content, TIME for Kids is uniquely positioned to teach kids to recognize and value authentic and trustworthy journalism.
Our magazine provides:
Age-appropriate stories kids are excited about
Information just for kids that explains the world around them
High-quality, trusted TIME journalism that teaches news literacy
Instructional materials that are aligned to Common Core and state standards
At Design Squad Global's online hub, kids can share their engineering ideas and sketches with other kids, play games (like the flood prevention simulation "Don't Flood the Fidgits!"), and take on global challenges (inventing a way to use less water). Fun videos feature kid engineers and hosts/role models Deysi Melgar (future aerospace engineer and professional salsa dancer) and Nate Ball (engineer, pole vaulter, and beat boxer), who draw on their experiences to dispel stereotypes about engineering and inspire kids to explore engineering.Storyline Online
Storyline Online, streams videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations. Readers include Viola Davis, Chris Pine, Lily Tomlin, Kevin Costner, Annette Bening, James Earl Jones, Betty White and dozens more.