Learning doesn’t just happen in the classroom. Below are a list of resources (mostly free) you can use to help develop your and your family’s learning, whether for General Education Development (GED), English as a Second Language (ESL) skills, or family literacy.

We also offer resources to help develop literacy in the following skills: basic computer literacy, workplace skills, health and nutrition, and financial literacy.

If you have any questions about the resources offered, don’t hesitate to contact us!

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Provides free websites you can use to develop your English speaking and comprehension skills. Remember, just coming to English class is NOT ENOUGH. To really improve your English, you have to PRACTICE!


Duolingo is very popular and very effective. It uses games to help you practice English easily and in a fun way. You can download it on your phone, tablet, or use it on your computer.

Ventures Arcade

This website is part of our textbook: Ventures. It is free for everyone to use. Play fun games for all levels, from Basic English all the way up to Citizenship.

Pronunciation Power App for Apple or Android

This is an app that you can download on your Android phone or tablet or your iPhone or iPad. This app shows you exactly how to pronounce the sounds of English with diagrams and videos. If you are worried about your English pronunciation, download this app and start practicing!


Using HelloLingo, you can connect with other people from all over the world who are learning languages like you. You can practice chatting in English with them, while helping them to practice your language. You can use text chat to practice your spelling and voice chat for pronunciation.

The College Transition Guide for ESL Students

This guide advises students on how to prepare and apply for college, and discusses nine tips for ESL students to be successful while in school.


This site provides resources to help ESL students navigate the tricky aspects of the English language.

Provides free websites you can use to develop your academic and test-taking skills. Try out these GED resources to develop your academic skills and ace the GED test.


This site gives you information on the GED test, including how to apply, what’s on the test, how to get study materials, and more.

GED Practice Test

This site gives you free GED practice tests you can try to see how prepared you are to take the GED test. All questions are updated to cover the same material on the latest version of the GED. 

Test Prep Toolkit

This site is one of the top GED test prep websites today. They offer free practice tests and online courses for all GED subjects.

Khan Academy

Khan Academy provides free videos and practice resources to develop your academic skills.


Newsela is a news website designed to help readers build their reading comprehension through leveled articles, real-time assessments and actionable insights.


ReadWorks is another cool site that helps build your reading comprehension through free lessons.

Provides free websites to develop reading and math skills as well as a list of children’s books in Spanish and Arabic for children to read. Reading is an important way not only for children to do well in school, but for families to come together and support their education. Below are a list of resources that children can use to develop their literacy and have a prosperous education.



Provides exercises for children to practice in order to develop reading and pronunciation skills – Pre-K – Kindergarten


Provides games to help children develop math skills in an enjoyable way



My Garden/Mi jardín by Rebecca Emberley
Número uno by Alex Dorros and Arthur Dorros
El osito polar  by Hans de Beer
Armadillo Ray by John Beifuss
What can I do when it rains?/¿Qué puedo hacer cuando llueve? by Editors of the American Heritage Dictionaries
My Spanish Book of Colors/Mi Libro de Los Colores En Espanol E Ingles by Dalmatian Press
Los monstruos del mar: Sea Monsters (Aventuras de Sally y Sam) by Neil Burden
El Nuevo Niño del Barrio (Vive y Aprende) by  Jennifer Moore-Mallinos


The Mixed Up Chameleon by Eric Carle
My First Words