What else can I access besides lessons?
1,200+ animated & standard-aligned lessons for ELA, Math, Science, History, and ELD.
These teacher guides break down the state standards into teachable learning objectives. They include tips for teaching each L.O., academic vocab lists, and Writing Checklists.
These resources consist of classroom posters, teacher guides for assessments, student test prep guides, and many other supplemental tools.
What about my students? What resources do you have for them?
Click to download the student version of the lesson and print it. You can also send the PDF file to your students using email or via applications like Google Classroom.
Click to download extra pages for practicing the lesson concept and skill. These can be used for periodic review or homework. You can also send the PDF file to your students using email or via applications like Google Classroom.
After you've taught this lesson, click on the Quiz icon to access 3-4 questions and vocab that indicate student understanding of the concept. Questions are modeled after current College and Career Readiness Assessments.
Click to watch a brief clip of a teacher teaching this lesson. Share video URLs with students and encourage them to watch from home if they need more instruction.
Click to start using unique digital flashcards for building fluency with the lesson skill. Can be for individuals or groups. Most use photos for added interest, and many use multiple choice for enrichment and challenge.
Click to download specially-designed whiteboard inserts, such as times tables, graph paper, number lines, handwriting guides, Yes-No markers, and more. These whiteboard inserts can be slid into plastic sheet protectors for an inexpensive reusable whiteboard.
Click to download and print an 8.5”x11” poster for your classroom wall. Larger poster sizes are available to purchase by calling (800) 495-1550.
Click to view a third-party resource that we felt was worthy of adding to the lessons.
What is the quick menu?
This convenient menu allows you to to pin lessons, share lessons, and preview lesson details on-the-fly.
PIN TO FAVORITES
This function allows you to quickly pin a lesson to your own Favorites section.
SHARE WITH COLLEAGUES
This function allows you to quickly share lessons on social media or via email.
PREVIEW LESSON DETAILS
This function allows you to quickly see the lesson details and aligned standards.
If a lesson is pinned, you will see the pin icon in the top right-hand corner of the lesson cover. To see all of your favorite lessons at once, just click the new Favorites button. If the button is gray that means you haven’t pinned any lessons. If it is bright purple, you can click it to see what you’ve pinned.