What are other educators using right now?
Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to tell us what you need most right now by completing our survey. If you haven't had a chance to share your perspective, we hope you’ll take a moment to do so before Thursday, April 30.

We use what you share with us to recommend resources that align with your requests--and we'll continue to do that! Based on the responses we’ve seen on Twitter, these are the resources your fellow educators are finding helpful right now and we hope you will too!
#1 These day-by-day, grade-specific activities offer students a range of problem types that address conceptual understanding, fluency, and application while also challenging students to explain their thinking.
#2 The ELA Fluency Packets each contain ~40 passages that include a recorded reading of the text to model fluent reading for students working independently.
#3 UnboundEd's free collection of math modules, lessons, and tasks allows you to download and adapt as needed. They include implementation guidance, scaffolding ideas for ELLs, and an explanation of how the materials and activities support standards-aligned learning.
#4 This collection of free resources provides kindergarten and first grade students with foundational skills practice. It includes activities for both independent and educator-guided work.
#5 The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction has curated a list of 35 sites offering free texts! Many offer audio recordings which can be an excellent scaffold for students!
Find more resources like these and connect with fellow educators by following @achievethecore on Twitter.
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