Educational Resources

Educational Games

This language arts activity is best for students in grades 2 through high school. To play, you’ll need a set of alphabet cards, a piece of paper and pen, and a timer. Download the alphabet cards here to print and play at home.

This language arts activity is best for kindergarten students practicing phonics. To play, you’ll need the crazy 8 deck of cards. Download the cards here to print and play at home.

This language arts activity is best for 2nd-3rd grade students practicing synonyms and antonyms. To play, you’ll need the Superhero game board, a die, and some game placeholders. Download the game board here to print and play at home.

This math activity is best for K-2nd grade students practicing addition and subtraction or 3rd-5th grade students practicing division. To play, you’ll need just a deck of cards.

This math activity is best for K-2nd grade students practicing greater/less than. To play, you’ll need the Hungry Hungry Alligator game board, a greater/less than symbol drawn on an index card, an equal sign drawn on an index card, a die, and a couple game placeholders. Download the game board here to print and play at home.

This math activity is best for K-2nd grade students practicing addition or 3rd-4th grade students practicing multiplication. To play, you’ll need a deck of cards, a couple game placeholders, and a die.

This math activity is best for K-2nd grade students practicing addition and subtraction or 3rd-5th grade students practicing division. To play, you’ll need just a deck of cards.

This math activity is best for K-2nd grade students practicing greater/less than. To play, you’ll need the Hungry Hungry Alligator game board, a greater/less than symbol drawn on an index card, an equal sign drawn on an index card, a die, and a couple game placeholders. Download the game board here to print and play at home.

This math activity is best for K-2nd grade students practicing addition or 3rd-4th grade students practicing multiplication. To play, you’ll need a deck of cards, a couple game placeholders, and a die.

This math activity is best for 6th-8th grade students practicing integers. To play, you’ll need the hungry hungry alligator game board, a greater/less than sign drawn on an index card, an equal sign, a couple game placeholders, a die, and a deck of cards. To play, download the game board here to print and play at home.

Tips for working with students

Educational tips

This math activity is best for K-2nd grade students practicing addition and subtraction or 3rd-5th grade students practicing division. To play, you’ll need just a deck of cards.

This math activity is best for K-2nd grade students practicing greater/less than. To play, you’ll need the Hungry Hungry Alligator game board, a greater/less than symbol drawn on an index card, an equal sign drawn on an index card, a die, and a couple game placeholders. Download the game board here to print and play at home.

This math activity is best for K-2nd grade students practicing addition or 3rd-4th grade students practicing multiplication. To play, you’ll need a deck of cards, a couple game placeholders, and a die.

This math video provides you with a refresher on how to add and subtract fractions with different denominators. Boost your confidence in your math skills and learn how to best support your student as they tackle their math assignments with these tips.

This math video talks you through some mental math addition tricks. Learn the mathematics behind adding two-digit numbers and tips to help your students (and you!) add more quickly!

This math video walks you through a Base 10 subtraction problem. It is part of our New Math Resource Guide we’ve developed to help you understand new math methods so you can help your student succeed.

This math video walks you through multiplying on an array. It is part of our New Math Resource Guide we’ve developed to help you understand new math methods so you can help your student succeed.

Behavioral tips

This is the first in a three-part series of videos where we will be addressing some of the top questions we receive about working with students with ADHD or those with high energy. In this video, we address the difference between ADD & ADHD.

This is the second in a three-part series of videos where we will be addressing some of the top questions we receive about working with students with ADHD or those with high energy. In this video, we address some of the best ways to relate to high energy students – show that you’re on the same team, express your vulnerability and be compassionate.

This is the third in a three-part series of videos where we will be addressing some of the top questions we receive about working with students with ADHD or those with high energy. In this video, we share some tips for how to set-up the tutoring hour for high energy students: organize the space, set expectations, lay out the tutoring hour and reduce transition periods, and break things down.

Get tips from one of our students, Luke, on how to give praise that is meaningful to students and helps them become self-motivated learners!