Guided Lessons

Each Guided Lesson, spanning Preschool through 5th grade, features different resources—games, songs, stories, exercises—in a specially designed flow that gradually builds on each activity. Even better, you can easily check in each child's journey with Progress Tracker.
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From practice to perfect

Step-by-step digital lessons introduce and develop new skills.
  1. Start with a song or story
    Guided Lessons often begin with a song or story to help children settle in and learn the skill at hand.
  2. Play while you learn
    With stories and games full of fun, quirky characters, children can fall in love with learning.
  3. Celebrate learning outcomes
    Children develop a growth mindset while progressing towards skill mastery.
Track your child's progress
Guided Lessons integrate seamlessly with our Progress Tracker, a powerful tool that shows parents and teachers precisely where children are as they advance on their learning journey.
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Aligned to standards

Dig into thousands of games, worksheets, and activities that tackle more than 800 key skills aligned with national and regional standards.
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Learn anytime, anywhere

Our tablet app and web browser access lets you confidently hand off your device knowing that your child will be learning as they play.
Download the Guided Lessons app
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Guided Lessons in the classroom

We provide tools for teachers to manage their class as students progress through Guided Lessons. Get an eagle-eyed view into each student's unique journey and identify students who need help—in real time.
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