Massachusetts - Elementary School

Study Island offers rigorous content built from the Massachusetts Curriculum Framework and Common Core Standards to prepare for the MCAS.

Study Island supports the learning process and builds off of your students’ enthusiasm for technology with engaging, interactive lessons and activities. Students can work through the web-based program at their own pace, or teachers can guide students through the program. And with dynamic content, students don’t memorize the answers, they learn the topics.

Standards Mastery

  • PARCC Common Core Benchmarking
    Study Island Benchmark tests assess student progress toward meeting your state standards and provide valuable information to inform instruction.
  • MCAS Preparation
    The Study Island Massachusetts Standards Mastery and MCAS Preparation Program is specifically designed to help elementary school students master the content outlined in the Massachusetts Curriculum Framework and Common Core State Standards. Study Island offers elementary school math, reading, science, and social studies programs.

Extended Learning

  • Elementary School Graphic Novels
    The Study Island Reading: Revisited & Reconsidered graphic novel reading intervention program assists struggling readers, reluctant readers, and English language learners by empowering them to develop the tools for reading comprehension.

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Our Solutions


Our online K-12 solutions are built specifically to your state standards.

Home
Engaging math, ELA, science, and social studies learning programs designed specifically for the home.
Schools
Data-driven math, ELA, science, and social studies programs that result in meaningful formative assessment strategies in the classroom.
District
Robust, district-wide programs for math, ELA, science, and social studies that offer data-driven practice and preparation solutions.

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