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7th Grade - 

 

Students in Grade 7 should use their school login to check their accounts for assignments in each of the following:

 

Supplemental 7th Grade Resources - 

 

7th Grade Humanities - 

  • Listenwise - podcasts for English Language Arts and Social Studies -  
  • Newsela -  data base of current events stories tailor-made for classroom use. Indexed by broad theme, stories are both student-friendly and can be accessed in different formats by reading level. 
  • TEDEd - TED-Ed’s mission is to spark and celebrate the ideas of teachers and students around the world. From producing a growing library of award-winning animated videos about ideas that spark the curiosity of learners everywhere.
  • Nearpod for Social Studies - Student engagement platform where students can access presentations that can contain Quizzes, Polls, Videos, Images, Drawing-Boards, Web Content and so on. They can also access over 7K k-12 standards-aligned lessons.
  • Smithsonian- 
  • Common Lit - A digital tool for increased Literacy. 
  • Digital Writing 
  • Stanford for History 
  • Historic Newspapers - The NYS Historic Newspapers project provides free online access to a wide range of newspapers chosen to reflect New York's unique history.
  • Docsteach - Students can access primary sources  letters, photographs, speeches, posters, maps, videos, and other document types — spanning the course of American history.
  • Icivics - Resources for civic education; to inspire students to want to stay involved in making a difference.

 

7th Grade Math - 

  • Math In Focus 
  • DreamBox - An adaptive learning platform designed to complement classroom instruction and deliver results. Includes resources for teachers, student data reports, and instructive insights. Grades: K–8; cost: Free 90-day trial with subsequent subscriptions.
  • Illuminations - This site, from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM), features complete lesson plans, mobile games for students, interactive activities, and brain teasers. Grades: PreK–12; cost: Free
  • Illustrative Math - High-quality educational resources for teachers and students. Excellent math tasks, videos, lesson plans, and problem-based curriculum modules. Grades: 6–8; cost: Free
  • Khan Academy - Khan Academy is on a mission to give a free, world-class education to anyone, anywhere. Their personalized learning resources are available for all ages. Video learning segments are followed by practice activities.  Grades: K–12; cost: Free
  • Mathletics - Online learning space that is engaging, supportive, and designed to get kids interested in math while teaching state standards. Grades: K–12; cost: Free trial for teachers and families
  • BrainPop - Engaging animated learning videos, games, quizzes, and activities to encourage kids on their unique learning path. Grades: PreK–8
  • Delta Math - A website that allows teachers to assign math practice content to their students. Students get immediate feedback as they complete the problems. 
  • Math Central - Run by the University of Regina in Canada, this site offers free resources for math teachers and their students, including a database where users can search for the answers to math questions. Their Mathematics with a Human Face page includes information about careers in mathematics as well as profiles of mathematicians. Grades: K–12; cost: Free
  • MathHelp.com - In-depth lessons with videos, guided practice, interactive self-tests, and more. Grades: 5–12; cost: Free
  • Xtramath - Xtramath is like a daily math vitamin. An interactive online tool that helps students practice and master basic arithmetic facts, it’s quick and easy to use. Weekly emails provide progress reports for teachers and parents. Grades: K–8; cost: Free

 

7th Grade Science - 

  • Amplify Science 
  • National Geographic Education - This is a must-bookmark site for classrooms across the curriculum hunting for inspiring geography-based resources.
  • National Science Digital Library - An easy-to-use resource for expanding teachers' science and science-adjacent curriculum options for all ages.
  • NOVA - Stellar simulations, teacher guides, and other activities can stand on their own, and they're enhanced with high-quality video content.
  • Smithsonian Science Education Center -  Use the SSEC's site as a stop on your changing-science-instruction path; just be prepared to reach out to them for constructive details.
  • California Academy of Sciences - A perfect companion to (or substitute for) the Academy, this site delivers highly interactive resources and research with a lot of depth.
  • CK-12 Foundation - Making STEM content accessible to kids with different learning styles, CK-12 could be the key to mastery for some students.
  • Defined STEM - Excellent, well-thought-out resources for developing problem-solving skills in the classroom.
  • PhET Interactive Simulations - Massive cache of excellent science and math simulations. Instantly add meaningful lab experiences to math and science classrooms.
  • Zooniverse - Engage in meaningful, relevant research with citizen scientists from around the world.
  • Science Friday - For a weekly rejuvenation of scientific learning, Science Friday is a source of inspiration for both teachers and students.
  • ExploreLearning Gizmos - This powerful and extensive set of math and science tools puts the learning in students' hands.
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