Master Academy - Resources for Parents

Master Academy
Resources for Parents

Resources for Parents

General Education

Edutopia

Explore videos that showcase evidence-based learning practices in K-12 schools, and see our core strategies and key topics in action.

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Open Culture

This collection provides a list of free educational resources for K-12 students (kindergarten through high school students) and their parents and teachers.

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Artful Parent

The Artful Parent is the parent's resource for easy and fun kids art, family crafts, childrens creativity, and process-oriented kids arts and crafts activities.

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Music Learning Community

This website contains hundreds of learning games of varying levels, all carefully planned to gain mastery of the elements of music theory, ear training and rhythmic skills in an exciting, challenging environment.

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Online Music Coach

Free online piano lessons, theory skills and ear training

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Freeality Online Encyclopeida

Single interface for searching 23 online encyclopaedias, with links to a dozen more, plus dictionaries, libraries, thesaurus, English language tools, translation dictionaries, glossaries and more.

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Mad Scientist Network

Fields questions in 26 areas of science. Hundreds of scientists unite in a forum where people can ask questions and learn more about the world around them. Archives holds more than 25,000 answered questions listed according to subject areas and grades (from K-3 to professor)

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Digital Citizenship

Empower students to make safe, smart, ethical decisions online through interactive, free games.

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Learn2

Many step-by-step "2torials" on a wide variety of subjects, from basic skills in daily life (fry an egg, catch a mouse) to dealing with technology. Each of 12 learning "channels" has an associated "Learnlines" discussion forum for questions and answers. Also Survival Guides, collections of tutorials to avoid potential crises. Useful, if not strictly "educational" -- what you didn't learn in school and probably should have.

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Mathematics Support

Art of Problem Solving

AOPS offers hundreds of short, fun, informative videos online for free which cover multiple math concepts from grades 3-12.

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Cliff’s Notes

Math Levels: 2nd-12th (Basic Math through Calculus)
Math topic reviews and quizzes to follow for practice. The site also offers Cliff's Notes Reviews for Chemistry, Government, Biology, Earth Science)

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Hooda Math

Math Levels: K-8th
Tons of fun online games to practice concepts

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Arcademics

Math Levels: K-6th grade
My Favorite Thing: super fun “arcade games” practicing math

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Khan Academy

Math Levels: 3rd-12th+ (basic math through Calculus III) plus ACT & SAT Prep!
Videos galore, easy-to-navigate

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Improving Reading

AdLit

AdLit.org, or All About Adolescent Literacy, supports parents and teachers of students in grades 4–12. Take a look at this site if you have older children, because it offers information on college readiness and awareness. Another highlight is the “Ask the Experts” page, which allows you to submit questions about students and reading so a team of experts can help you find answers.

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ReadWriteThink

The International Reading Association and the National Council of Teachers of English are a couple of the partners sponsoring ReadWriteThink, a website that offers resources for grades K–12. Under the “Parent & Afterschool Resources” tab, visit the podcast section to find book reviews for different age groups. You can also find links to the “Activities & Projects,” “Games & Tools,” “Tips & How-To’s,” and “Printouts” pages.

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Scholastic

In the “Parents” section of Scholastic, look for resources under the “Books & Reading” tab, such as Reading Resources & Help for Ages 8–10. A new feature that stands out is the e-reader app, Storia.

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Angels Reach Academy Donation

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With the support of individuals and corporations, Angels Reach has the ability to touch the hearts and change the lives of the children who study in our School. It is with great pride that we acknowledge and thank our donors and sponsors for their acts of kindness and generous support.