Share with the Class
Whether you are homeschooling, virtual learning with your teacher, or part of a traditional school classroom setting, this is a place you can meet up with a network of other learners. Join one of our classes to connect with other students remotely and collaborate with a group. Or you can share your work and give feedback to others who have shared. Let us help you connect and share with other students wherever they might be!
Classes and Groups
Connect with Other Students with a Professional Teacher as your Guide
Remote Study Group
Fourth Grade Math: Division
Virtual study group designed for elementary students in fourth grade who are learning and practicing division. Led by a Math Interventionalist who poses challenging problems and offers guidance in working through solutions.
Virtual Book Club
Second Grade Reading: Small Group
Virtual book club offering assisted literary experience for elementary students in second grade. Guided by a professional classroom teacher who offers suggestions for book choice and provides opportunities for students to explore together.
Brain Break with Friends
Fifth Grade: Recess
Virtual Recess designed for fifth grade students to fit between study and class sessions when a brain break is the best way to change the pace. Led by a former classroom teacher armed with a repertoire of indoor recess games perfect for fifth grade fun.
Virtual Circle Time
Preschool: Song and Story Time
A time for singing songs and interactive short stories for preschool students to enjoy learning and participating with their peers. Led by our licensed preschool educator who comes prepared with visuals, puppets, and fingerplay that students imitate while learning autonomy and beginning math and reading concepts.
Remote Study Group
Third Grade Math: Fractions
Virtual Study Group focused on third grade math fractions. Students work with our Math Interventionalist to solve real-world fraction problems. Teachers know how important it is for students to have a full understanding of fractions in third grade and approaching the concept with an expert educator while collaborating with a team keeps students all in!
Virtual Story Time
Students gather for a remote read aloud story performed by a classroom kindergarten teacher. Interaction and participation is encouraged as the educator asks questions and fully engages the students in the literature.
Show Your Work
Check out some of the work of our amazing students. Then, collaborate, give feedback, or send us some of your work by contacting us below. We can't wait to see what you've been working on!
The same division problem solved accurately using three different methods by one of our clever 4th grade remote tutoring students.
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