How do I access the content for my students based on the curriculum?

How do I access the content for my students based on the curriculum?

When you are looking for some specific content, we recommend using our link to your curriculum located at the bottom of the content list in the "Book" menu.




Once on this page, you can
select the standards to display (your curriculum) as well as the grade you're interested in. Then, just click on the "+" that appears at the end of the line to find the activity you're looking for!




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