1. Teachers use Kiddom Classroom to find teaching and differentiation resources, build lessons and communicate feedback to students.
2. Kiddom’s K-12 library gives you many options to offer students remediation and exploration resources aligned to what they need.
3. Use Kiddom’s K-12 Library to find and assign the best teaching resources from CK-12, Khan Academy, Newsela, and more.
4. Kiddom Classroom works with Kiddom Academy as a school operating system to help everyone support the work happening in classrooms in a more impactful way.
Kiddom Classroom help teachers:
FIND & SAVE STANDARDS-ALIGNED RESOURCES
Search from over 75,000 resources by subject, grade, standard, and/or type. Materials can be aligned to national and/or state standards and even IEP goals. Explore our curated curriculum and lessons designed by curriculum specialists.
PLAN & SHARE ASSIGNMENTS
Assign resources to your class, a group, or individual students. Collect and grade your students’ homework. Share your class with co-teachers to collaborate on classroom management.
OFFER PERSONALIZED SUPPORT
Use reports to act on class and student performance in real-time. Kiddom’s K-12 library gives you many options to offer students remediation and exploration resources aligned to what they need. Share a note when individualizing work to add a personal touch.
BUILD STUDENT OWNERSHIP
Students can use the app to keep track of their progress and assignments. They submit work directly from their mobile or computer and can ask clarification questions on assignments if needed.
CONNECT YOUR FAVORITE TOOLS
Connect Kiddom with Google Drive to share docs, sheets, and more with students. Use Kiddom’s K-12 Library to find and assign the best teaching resources from CK-12, Khan Academy, Newsela, and more.
“Kiddom is great for assessing data and then assigning appropriate work based on individual student performance. I love that it's very easy to attach standards and rubric to every assignment.”
Jackie Curts, Elementary School Teacher
“Using Kiddom has made me stop and ask ‘Am I just letting this student repeat what they already know or am I really challenging them?’”
Ann Leghorn, High School Literacy Specialist
“I can see where my class and any student is at any moment in their educational journey. This way I can take action to assist them to work towards mastery.”
Mr. Albrecht, High School Teacher