Engage New York's Annotated Sample Test Questions can be found here
First In Math is back! Click here to join the learning fun!
It's back and better than ever! Simply use the login info provided by your teacher, click the logo above and start enjoying this powerful literacy resource!
Free online math practice, letters, and other skills for grades K-5. There are also spelling activities on the vocabulary pages. Check it out!
Many Museum School 25 faculty members have recently joined the others and signed up for an eChalk account. This link provides teachers with the beginning knowledge and skills necessary to use the basic features of eChalk. Read more...
By clicking here, you can read the article that answers these questions: Among all the millions of videos out there, how do you find the great ones? How do you evaluate the quality of a video? Who are the great content creators, and what are the best curation sites? Read more...
For Discovery Education, click here.
Did you know you can take a graded Brain Pop Quiz that your teacher makes? Just get the special code and log in here.
Also, don't forget to use the school's code when you visit BrainPop and BrainPop Jr.
Students can get log-in information from their teachers to use this digital mathematics curricula learning and management system to practice their personalized and customized Common Core Mathematics. There are quizzes, games and even digital textbooks and worksheets. Just click here.
Bookflix presents video of children's fiction paired with a readable information text of the same subject. Additionally, students can explore the comprehension activities and other web resources for over 200 titles. Either use the In-School Links or ask your teacher for the user name and password and follow the Home Links below:
Below are links to video tutorials in each subject offered by Discovery Education. Use them as a refresher course to help with those challenging homework problems and concepts. It is also a good classroom resource to fill in some of the gaps caused by absences. Happy Learning!