Ustyme is a video-call program that allows two users, in two places, to read a story or play a game together.
GoNoodle is a series of web-based videos, games, and activities focused on introducing short bursts of physical exercise in the classroom.
TinyTap is both a tool for creating interactive games and books and a vast library of precreated games and content.
The platform features three project types: Post (social graphics), Page (web stories), and Video (animated videos).
Lab4Physics is an incredibly low-cost way for students to design and conduct physical science investigations.
Storybird is an online social platform (and Chrome app) for storytelling. Students act as authors, pairing their words with site-curated, licensed art.
DIY Lake Science offers watershed-related activities and info for elementary and middle school students via three sections: activities, video clips, and an “Under the Lake” simulation.
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Students can create original videos with dynamic, interchangeable backgrounds using green screen technology.
DragonBox Algebra 12+ is a fun and challenging game that teaches kids how to solve algebraic equations.
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.