Ok, I went back to explore Learn Zillion's
new improved website and wow is all I can say. Although, I teach high
school math, there is material in the K to 8 curriculum I could easily
use with my students.

I looked at the 8th grade
math curriculum and the first unit is on transformations which I cover
in most of my math classes. I love the way they listed the key
concepts, needed prior knowledge and future units based on this
material. In addition, there is a link that takes you to the page with
detailed information so you can plan.

Furthermore,
there are 10 individual lessons all focused on introducing students to
transformations. Each lesson is complete with everything needed to
teach it. The lessons I checked even had some form of assessment.
Three of the lessons focus on real world applications for
transformations! Yeah.

I can set up classes such as
geometry, or algebra and then I can add students to each class.
Furthermore, the program generates enrollment codes so that students do
not need an e-mail address and I can attach assignments to the classes
so students know what they need to do. Yes. By the way, the lessons
even have a teaching guide with suggested pacing and questions. At the
end of a lesson is a quiz you can assign to the students.

I
just discovered there is intervention material available should the
students need extra practice. In addition, there is even a list of key
vocabulary. I like this. Later this week, I am going to look through
the 6th, 7th, and 8th grades to see what material I can use in my
classes.

Finally, there is a mobile app for either
apple or google based tablets. So it seems to have developed into
something that is easy to use in class. I'm off to see about setting it
up for my classes.