Good Morning! AR AIMS has complied resources available to all teachers that can aid in your search for digital materials while we adjust to this new and unprecedented approach to learning.
I created a Google site dedicated to Math Digital Learning materials. It includes the AR AIMS Math Videos for AP Review that teachers have used and loved in the past, new content videos for AP Statistics and Calculus, and pages for lower level and middle school courses as well. The link for the site is

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From Summer McArthur:

I know everyone is worried about finding resources on our AMI days. I created a google site for our AR AIMS teachers with support in AP Calculus AB/BC and AP Statistics, and I thought I would share it with as many teachers as I can around the state.  There are also other links on the Online Resources page that could benefit teachers in any secondary math course.
The link to the Google Site is: