March 20, 2020 | By Ryan Hovland
eSpark can be used at home for K-5 students to continue to access math and reading content at a level that’s right for them, even if they’re not in the classroom. Learn at home with individualized reading and math activities. Diverse third-party games, videos, and resources help students practice new skills. eSpark can be assigned by a teacher and used independently by students. Students must have internet access – low bandwidth (e.g. for email, web searching, word processing).