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Online Resources

CAASPP:  Access to the online practice and training tests for the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) System.
 
California Missions Foundation:  The only statewide organization dedicated to the preservation and studies of the California Missions and their related historical sites.
 
Calisphere: University of California's free public gateway to a world of digitized primary sources. Images are selected from the libraries and museums of the 10 UC campuses and more than 30 cultural heritage organizations. Themed collections, lesson plans, and Browse A-Z are specifically designed to support K-12 classroom needs.
 
Clever - Single Sign-On web site to access Robla School District's online student resources including Typing Club, Renaissance Place, Lexia, and more.  Sign in with your District Google account to access your account.  
 
Discovery Education: Offers digital content, interactive lessons, real-time assessment, virtual experiences and professional development. It offers a free math and science game, a science program one day a year and a historical program about the Holocaust.
 
Explora:  A research web site designed just for Robla School District. Available in your school library, Explora includes reliable information on thousands of topics to help you complete research and other class assignments. 
 
Follett Destiny:  Robla School District's online library program.  
 
Internet Archive:  Founded to build an Internet library, with the purpose of offering permanent access for researchers, historians, and scholars to historical collections that exist in digital format. Thousands of digital videos, images, and audio files are available to support a variety of content areas.
 
Kahoot:  An educational platform which brings joy to learning in any subject, through a game-based digital assessment

Khan Academy: Has thousands of free online lessons, games and resources in subjects as diverse as art history and computer programming. 

Kennedy Center’s ArtsEdge: Features lessons and material on using art to teach numerous subjects, including math.

Library of Congress: Offers primary source documents, lesson plans and activities for social studies and English language arts, sortable by grade and standard.

National Geographic: National Geographic Learning offers free activities, lesson plans and videos in geography, social studies and science.

National Park Service: Offers hundreds of student activities, lesson plans and supplemental classroom materials in primarily social studies and science.

PBS LearningMedia: Videos, games, lesson plans and curriculum resources sortable by grade, subject or standard. Also offers free tools for helping teachers build quizzes and lessons.
 
Many of these resources will let you use your District Google account to log in.