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Educational Websites


caaspp.pngIn California, all students in Grades 3 through 8 and 11 will participate in the SBAC tests during the Spring, which include both ELA and mathematics content areas. These tests are administered online. Click here to access the the practice and training tests.


AR is a computer program that helps teachers and librarians manage and monitor children’s independent reading practice. Your child picks a book at his own level and reads it at his own pace. When finished, your child takes a short quiz on the computer. (Passing the quiz is an indication that your child understood what was read.) AR gives children, teachers, and librarians feedback based on the quiz results, which the teacher then uses to help your child set goals and direct ongoing reading practice.

Children using AR choose their own books to read, rather than having one assigned to them. This makes reading a much more enjoyable experience as they can choose books that are interesting to them. Use AR BookFinder to search for AR books.

Teachers and librarians help your child choose books at an appropriate readability level that are challenging without being frustrating, ensuring that your child can pass the quiz and experience success. If your child does not do well on the quiz, the teacher or librarian may help your child:

  • Choose another book that is more appropriate.
  • Ask more probing questions as your child reads and before your child takes a quiz.
  • Pair your child with another student, or even have the book read to your child.


In most cases, children really enjoy taking the quizzes. Since they’re reading books at their reading and interest levels, they are likely to be successful. This is satisfying for most children. Best of all, they learn and grow at their own pace.

Click here for Camellia's AR website. Click here for Camellia's AR HomeConnect website. Students need to know their username and password.


abcmouse.jpegStart the learning at an early age with, a site for Pre-K/K/1 kids.(You must purchase a subscription to access the full content. Teachers can access the content for free, but they must register.)


Play educational games at ABCya!, a site with games for children of all elementary school grade levels.

aleks.pngAssess math skills and learn about math with ALEKS using their adaptive assessment by artificial intelligence techniques. (Students must have an account to use this website.)


Teach yourself how to type for free at Dance Mat Typing, an entertaining educational site developed by the BBC for kids.



Channel your child's physical and emotional energies for good at GoNoodle. Free to sign-up!

Check out books, use the computers and do more at the Los Angeles Public Library (LAPL).

Need practice with your multiplication tables? Use the games and techniques at to learn them.

starfall.pngLearn math and reading with phonics at Starfall, a site for Pre-K/K/1 children. (The site has a lot of free content; however, you must purchase a subscription to access the full content.)


Go to Sumdog to learn Common Core math, reading and writing. (The site has a lot of free content with no time limits. Pay only to access the premium features.)

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