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How do I find Quill activities and a data report aligned with the Common Core State Standards?
How do I find Quill activities and a data report aligned with the Common Core State Standards?

Learn about Quill's alignment with the Common Core State Standards.

Updated over a week ago

Most of Quill’s 800+ activities (with the exception of Quill Diagnostics) are aligned with the English Language Arts Common Core State Standards. Furthermore, Quill provides the Standards report, which is aligned with the Common Core State Standards.

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Find activities aligned with a Common Core State Standard

To find activities aligned with a Common Core State Standard grade level, please navigate to the Assign Activities page and click the Explore all activities in our activity library card.

Then, use the CCSS Grade Level filter to find activities aligned with the Common Core State Standard grade levels that you have selected.

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Click here to see lists of activities that are aligned with each Common Core State Standard grade level.


Access and read the Standards report (Quill Premium)

Teachers with Quill Premium subscriptions have access to the Standards report that shows a student's proficiency for each standard that they have encountered on Quill.

To access the Standards report, click the My Reports tab in your navigation bar and click the Standards sub-tab.

Click here to learn more about the Standards report.

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If you are unsure about the activities that you should assign to your students, assign a Quill Diagnostic. When a student completes a Quill Diagnostic, Quill creates a plan of practice recommendation activities based on the student's performance on the Quill Diagnostic. Click here to learn more about the Quill Diagnostics/Writing Skills Surveys that Quill offers.


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