Academic Resources

Educational Websites for Extra Practice


(Pre K – 5th) This is a great site to get kids familiarized with using a computer. It also has tons of educational games encompassing a wide range of subjects including Math, Reading, Logic, and Strategy.

Accelerated Reader / AR Home Connect

Parents are encouraged to monitor their child's reading with AR Home Connect. Home Connect offers the ability to view overall reading progress along with detailed quiz information. You can also sign up to receive an email every time your child takes a test. Your child’s username is the same that he/she uses to log into AR at school for example: ab12345 Password: =SETA225

Brainpop & Brainpop Jr.

Educational games by subject (Science, Social Studies, English, Math, Engineering & Technology, Health, and Arts & Music)

Free resources available to assist with introducing computer science, there are fun Frozen and Angry Birds games that children can actually build by applying programming principles.

Compass Learning

Reading and math lessons designed specifically for your child! Students use their UserID and Password as displayed on the Student Access Cards. Please contact your child's teacher, if you have any questions or concerns.

Cool Math

Educational games, mostly math-based, but contains a wide variety of skill, logic and strategy games as well.

Fast Math

FAST Math uses games and targeted learning to increase fluency through systematic teaching.

FSA Practice Assessments

The purpose of the FSA Portal is to become familiar with the system, functionality, and test item types. Parents can help their child learn more about the types of questions they will see on the FSA by visiting the FSA Testing Portal.

Go Math! Practice & More

Links that provide students with many useful, interactive, and engaging online math tools, games, and extra practice.

Interactive Sites

K-5 interactive, educational games by subject.

LaunchPad - District Application Portal

Allows students to access many of their instructional resources at home. Students sign into with their district username and password.


A series of puzzles which act as a precursor to computer programming. (User must click on Demo Puzzles to access the free content). User inputs commands to a robot to execute certain tasks. Encourages critical thinking and develops the skills necessary to provide incremental instructions to a program or machine. (You can also reach Lightbot from the 3rd, 4th and 5th Grade Skills sections of ABCYa.)

PBS Kids

Contains educational videos and games based upon popular PBS content. Highlights include: Wild Kratts, Odd Squad, and Sesame Street.

Single Sign-On Student Application Portal

District Single Sign-On applications (Compass Learning, Renaissance Place, etc.) as well as sites that use individualized passwords (NG Connect, Think Central, etc.). For Single Sign-On applications, students use their UserID and passwords as displayed on the Student Access Cards.

Spelling City

Fun, interactive Spelling Games, can be used to practice spelling lists.


(Pre K – 2nd) Reading and math games designed for younger children.