Kids visit "reading islands" that organize books by theme (animals, awesome people, and more) and choose books to download to their "backpacks."
Mood Meter offers a visually appealing, engaging tool for tracking emotions. Exploring the grid of words is surprisingly fun as dots expand and contract with a tap.
The Land of Venn – Geometric Defense is a fast-paced game that teaches kids how to use principles of geometry to defeat an evil wizard named Apeirogon and his monsters.
Thrively was created with input from pediatric neuropsychologists, and the site bursts with teacher-contributed lesson plans and ideas.
Dropbox can introduce students to cloud-based file storage, which has become a common way to organize electronic documents in schools and the workplace.
CanFigureIt Geometry is a platform for students to work through geometric proofs using guided instructions or on their own.
Geometry Pad is an interactive workbook that kids can use to create, manipulate, and measure figures.
SAT Vocab by Mindsnacks is a game-based app that helps kids studying for the PSAT or SAT improve vocabulary skills.
Popplets allow kids to share and make sense of their ideas using words, images, drawings, and video.
Students choose research projects that range from transcribing documents from Shakespeare's era to cataloging galaxies through Galaxy Zoo.
Tuva Labs provides access to more than 400 curated data sets on topics as varied as gender identity and atmospheric CO2.
Spiral is a multiuse platform that allows teachers to create interactive learning experiences, pre-planned or on the fly.
5th Grade Math Problem Solver is a comprehensive math tool filled with interactive worksheets aligned to Common Core math standards.
The Stanford History Education Group website provides teachers with document-based curriculum and innovative assessments that are ready to use in the classroom.