What is eSpark?
eSpark provides engaging, standards-based lessons that help K-5 students succeed in reading and math at their own level.
Can I try eSpark in my classroom?
Yes! Teachers can sign up to use eSpark for free with their students.
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What's the difference between eSpark Lite and eSpark Premium, and how can I get Premium for my school?
eSpark Premium includes unlimited Small Group Skills lessons, full access to our progress and activity monitoring, suggested lessons for remediation and intervention, and many other features proven to save teachers time and support stronger student growth. Premium memberships are available at the partial school, whole school, and district levels. Click the link below for a full feature comparison and the next steps you can take to get Premium.
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What devices does eSpark work on?
eSpark works on all classroom devices with an internet connection including iPads, Chromebooks, laptops, and desktops.
How can I use eSpark to support my students?
With eSpark, teachers can:
- Assign leveled small group lessons to easily target specific standards and skills
- Enable students to learn at their own pace on a personalized, adaptive pathway
- Inform your small groups with weekly email alerts and monitor students' progress over time
Which standards is eSpark's curriculum aligned to?
eSpark’s apps, videos, games, activities, and critical thinking assessments fully align to Common Core and many state standards including Next Generation Learning Standards, Ohio’s Learning Standards, Michigan Academic Standards, Illinois Learning Standards, and more.
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