The Super Duper Digital Library currently provides hundreds of standards-based learning resources with thousands of activities for parents and educators to use during distance and hybrid/blended learning with children ages 3-12. These educational materials include a host of unique, engaging instructional games, cards, and worksheets. Each item targets a specific skill, such as basic concepts, literacy, grammar, social-emotional skills, critical thinking, sequencing, autism, listening, early skills, articulation, phonemic awareness, memory, fine and gross motor skills, sensory integration, phonics, reading, and more. The Digital Library is particularly ideal for parents looking for materials that their children can use during at-home learning to build their literacy skills. The resources are also good to help children who have speech and language delays, developmental/learning disabilities or autism.
To use the Digital Library parents log in and select from a drop-down menu of topics such as “grammar and syntax” or “memory” to find activities that support the skills they want the child to review. The Library gives users access to digital versions of Super Duper Publications’ most popular print materials like their Fun Decks, Webber Funsheets and Holiday and Seasonal Board Games. As an example, in the Card Deck “Memory Mode,” players turn cards over one-by-one while trying to match the ones with identical pictures. In the “Game Board Mode,” players use the cards to practice a skill, and then spin a wheel to move their custom game pieces along the path of a virtual game board. The Library has many easy-to-understand tutorials to help parents understand how best use these learning tools.
All of the materials in the Digital Library comply with State and Common Core educational standards and can be easily accessed online for use at home or in a classroom. In addition, they are compatible with desktop computers, laptops, digital whiteboards, and mobile devices, such as Chromebooks, tablets and smartphones.
Online Resources (Websites, eMagazines and Blogs)
Age 3 to 4
Age 5 to 7
Age 8 to 10