Tools for Students, Parents, & Teachers

This page links to other websites that will help with literacy. Whether you’re a parent, a K-12 student, a GED student, or you just want to improve your literacy skills, then there should be something here to help you.

For Students K-12

Brainfuse Live Homework Help


Chattahoochee Valley Libraries offer live online tutoring and various links to help middle school students with homework and projects. Click on the button below to open the link.


IXL Homepage

IXL is an immersive K-12 learning experience that provides comprehensive, standards-aligned content for math, language arts, science, and social studies.

Fun brain


The internet’s first education website for children k-8. Kids , teachers, and parents have been enjoying the fundamental games since 1997.



This is an interactive website, where children have fun learning to read. Starfall is an educational alternative to other entertainment choices for children. There is also an android app users can download and have children learning on the go!

Georgia Milestones


Find out what you need to know about the new state-wide standardized test! The site includes practice test to familiarize students with what to expect one each section. Click on the button below to open the link.

For Parents and Caretakers

Reading to Your Children

How parents read to their children makes all the difference in the development of their children’s vocabulary, comprehension, imagination, and critical thinking skills.
R– Re-read stories
E– Engage and Enjoy
A– Ask “why” questions
D– Do more “create real experiences that relate to what you have read”

Read daily to avoid the summer slide! Also check out our calendar or contact our office to be notified when the Reading Wagon will be out in the community to give away new scholastic books.

Comic Phonics


For parents and teachers that are looking for technics and advice to assist young readers.

Early Moments


Early Moments provides very affordable books for your young children from birth to age five.

Ferst Foundation


Muscogee County Ferst Foundation for Childhood Literacy provides free books to children in Columbus from birth to the age of five.



Lexile measures are a great way to find great books for a reader, but they can help teachers, librarians and parents do so much more. A child’s Lexile range is like a reading safety zone. When parents know their child’s Lexile measure, they know how to challenge independent readers and help struggling readers—without themselves having to read every book in the library.

Reading is Fundamental


Reading Is Fundamental (RIF) is the largest children’s literacy nonprofit in the United States. This site is full of literacy resources.

Khan Academy

Free online learning for all ages! This website allows one to learn at their own pace for free.


This site offers worksheets, games/activities , and lesson plans for educators and parents to use. Please follow the link below.


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