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Educational Links

Supplemental Educational Links

PBS Kids: play educational games, watch PBS Kids programs, and find activities like coloring and music.

PBS Kids Cyberchase: helps kids develop math and problem-solving skills. 

StudyJams - math and science concepts with media.

NWEA MAP - parent resources for MAP testing

Georgia Department of Education Georgia Milestones: information about the Georgia Milestones Assessment System. 

Georgia Milestones End of Grade Testing: GCA's webpage outlining state testing requirements and providing resources.

English/Language Arts Resources

ABCya: games sorted by grade level for learning letters, spelling, and making words.

ABC Teach: a free resource for reading passages that also includes multiple choice or written response comprehension questions.

Cando’s Helper: phonics and grammar activities for student practice.

Book Adventure: find a book, take quizzes on what's read, and earn prizes for reading.

Read Write Think: multiple resources for help with organizing thoughts and writing for the different style genres. There are graphic organizers and tools for comprehension, reading fluency, grammar, critical thinking, and spelling.

Super Summary Spelling Guide: spelling strategies, memory aids, and words to watch out for.

Spelling City: spelling practice and phonics games.

Vocabulary.co.il: a variety of games for parts of speech, spelling, and word.

Starfall: phonics games and activities.

Storyline Online: an online streaming video program featuring SAG-AFTRA (Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists) members reading children’s books aloud.

Into the Book: reading comprehension resource for with online interactive activities.

Spaghetti Book Club: a place for kids to talk about books and share their reactions, thoughts, and opinions.

Internet 4 Classrooms: concepts and skills for Language Arts and Reading.

Math Resources

GCA Math Website (K-5): math resources and links for all elementary grade levels.

GCA Math: Fact Fluency Resources: math fact fluency practice for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division including instructional videos, practice quizzes, and fluency games.

Khan Academy

Internet 4 Classrooms: standards based links and grade level "Skillbuilders" to help students practice what they have been taught.

LearnZillion: access short videos and additional teaching resources for K - 5 math.

Multiplication.com: multiple resources including games and worksheets designed to provide practice for learning and reinforcing multiplication facts.

Xtra Math: fact fluency practice.

AAA Math: interactive arithmetic lessons. Unlimited practice is available on each topic.

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