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Online Open Source Resources to Support Learning at Home

MAP Resources from Reading and Math (by RIT score)

Reading resources by RIT:  click here

Math Resources by RIT:  click here

Math and Reading Resources:  click here

Reading Resources by RIT:  click here 

List of Skills by RIT:

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Video lessons by RIT

Khan Academy: Khan Academy’s popularity has swelled to include well over 3,200 video lessons in pretty much every topic, reaching out toward pretty much every ability level.  Here the site is searchable by RIT level.  click here

 

General Learning websites:  Primary Grades

 

Starfall: a free website to teach children to read.  Perfect for kindergarten, first grade and second grade.  Contains exciting interactive books and phonics games.  click here

National Geographic Little Kids: National Geographic Little Kids features games, crafts and recipes, science, videos, and animal information. It’s perfect for the 5 and under crowd. click here

Funbrain:  Kids can easily lose hours of their time on one of the most popular websites hosting educational games, interactive books, and plenty more resources featuring their favorite characters and subjects.  click here

National Gallery of Art:  This website gives users art adventures and activities from the National Gallery of Art.  click here

ABCYA:  All educational games are free and are modeled from primary grade lessons and enhanced to provide an interactive way for children to learn.  click here

CoolMath4Kids:  appropriate for ages 3 through 12. CoolMath-Games.com includes math games for preschoolers. click here

Brainzy:  Reading and Math games from kids 3-7  click here

Robert Kramph:  The Happy Scientist Not everything available is free but there are many free, highly informative photos, videos and other resources. click here

You Tube EDU:  Multiple educational institutions from the primary to the college level contribute videos of lectures and lessons about common and some not so common educational fields. click here

 

General Learning websites:  Secondary Grades

Funbrain (Pre-School – Grade 8): Kids can easily lose hours of their time on one of the most popular websites hosting educational games, interactive books, and plenty more resources featuring their favorite characters and subjects. click here

Varsity Tutors In total, they have over 50,000 professionally written problems and thousands of distinct practice tests across 120 subjects. This includes all levels and areas of math, science, English, history, and foreign languages, as well as all the common standardized exams such as the SAT, ACT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT, ISEE, SSAT, and so on. In total, students have taken over 20 million problems on the site. Each question is tagged down to the core academic concept being tested. click here

Cool Math:  CoolMath is geared toward ages 13 and up, with interactive games and lessons.  click here

Shmoop: Shmoop offers an excellent collection of fun and lively study guides created by teachers and education experts. The site provides guides to literature, bestselling books, poetry, Shakespeare, U.S. history, civics, music, economics, and more. click here

Learn For Good: Educational online/ computer games site: Free learning games for high school students, online games for teens/ youth. Fun activities for middle school students, difficult puzzles, challenging online math games. click here

Math Vids: Site featuring hundreds of math instruction videos created used smartboards.  Aimed at Middle School through college.  Must register but is free.  click here

Glogster:  – Glogster makes it easy for middle school students to get creative and express themselves through posters. Site users can create their own online posters using text, images, music, and video. click here

Quizlet:  Quizlet’s flashcards, tests, and study games make learning fun and engaging for students of all ages.  Allows the user to create their own study set or utilize any of hundreds of peer-created study sets on a huge variety of topics.   click here

You Tube EDU:  Multiple educational institutions from the primary to the college level contribute videos of lectures and lessons about common and some not so common educational fields. click here

Robert Kramph:  The Happy Scientist Not everything available is free but there are many free, highly informative photos, videos and other resources.  click here

Khan Academy: Khan Academy’s popularity has swelled to include well over 3,200 video lessons in pretty much every topic, reaching out toward pretty much every ability level.  click here

You Tube EDU:  Multiple educational institutions from the primary to the college level contribute videos of lectures and lessons about common and some not so common educational fields.  click here

QuitDay:  At QuitDay, our mission is to help people add 10 healthy years to their lives. Smoking and tobacco addiction reduces quality of life for millions of people each year. Our team strives to inspire people to quit smoking, and have a positive impact on the lives of their loved ones and their children.  click here

American Lung Association:  The American Lung Association is the leading organization working to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease through Education, Advocacy and Research. With the generous support of the public, we are “Fighting for Air.” When you join the American Lung Association in the fight for healthy lungs and healthy air, you help save lives today and keep America healthy tomorrow.  click here

College Scholarships: The page lists and links to more than 70 no-cost scholarship websites; virtually every such site that exists. click here

Elsewhere on the site click here, you’ll find additional scholarship information and features of value to your website visitors…information which includes an instant GPA calculator, contact information for every college in the United States, a list of colleges which offer comprehensive programs for students with learning disabilities, lists of Christian, Catholic, and woman’s colleges, a list of HBCU’s, and links to more than 2,500 career schools, online degree programs, and colleges.

GoodCall Scholarship Search Engine: one of the largest databases of scholarships on the web. Unlike the others, the GoodCall Scholarship Engine requires no personal information and it’s free to use. click here

Guide to the Best Online Degrees click here

Guide to the Cheapest Online Degrees click here

College study skills guide click here

Ultimate Guide to Reading Comprehension click here

 

High School Standardized Test Prep
(PSAT, SAT and ACT Tests)

 

ACT:  click here

ACT:  click here

PSAT/SAT:  click here

PSAT/SAT:  click here

PSAT/SAT:  click here