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Explore Learning Product Overview /core/fileparse.php/2122/urlt/SD-1920-Explore-Learning-Product-Overview.pdf

Cambium Assessment is partnering with ExploreLearning to help support schools seeking remote teaching and learning resources during this time of school closures. Their online resources can help students and teachers stay engaged in learning, anytime and anywhere. This document provides an overview for the three new resources available to suppor schools.

Gizmos Parent Guide /core/fileparse.php/2122/urlt/Parents-guide-to-Gizmos.pdf
Gizmos Teacher Guide /core/fileparse.php/2122/urlt/Gizmos-Quick-Start-Guide-2020.pdf
Gizmos Training Webinar
Updated April 16, 2020

Gizmos are online simulations and case studies that excite curiosity and invite interaction. With over 400 standardsaligned simulations, students can get hands-on with math and science—virtually! Inquiry-based lesson plans and activities for each Gizmo help make it easy to get started right away.

For grades 3-12

Reflex Parent Guide /core/fileparse.php/2122/urlt/Parents-guide-to-Reflex.pdf
Reflex Teacher Guide /core/fileparse.php/2122/urlt/SD-1920-Reflex-Guide-for-Teachers.pdf
Reflex Training Video
Updated April 16, 2020

Reflex is the most effective system for mastering basic math facts in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Adaptive and game-based, it’s fun for students to build math fact fluency with Reflex. And with individualized instruction and reports, it’s easy to use for virtual instruction.

For grades 2-6

Science4Us Parent Guide /core/fileparse.php/2122/urlt/Parents-guide-to-Science4Us.pdf
Science4Us Teacher Guide /core/fileparse.php/2122/urlt/Science4Us-Quick-Start-Guide.pdf
Science4Us Training Video
Updated April 16, 2020

Full of fun experiments and exploration, Science4Us helps kids build math and literacy skills as they learn science. It covers foundational science topics with lessons specifically designed for K-2 students. 1000s of online and offline activities (with teacher guides!) take as little as 10 minutes a day.

For grades K-2