Across the country, schools are preparing for long-term closures. Use these resources below to help students stay on track and parents be sane! We will add to this list hourly. Just leave us a comment with the resource.
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Scholastic Learn at Home:Even when schools are closed, you can keep the learning going with these special cross-curricular journeys. Every day includes four separate learning experiences, each built around a thrilling, meaningful story or video.
Kialo: Kialo Edu is a custom version of Kialo (kialo.com), the world’s largest argument mapping and debate site, specifically designed for classroom use. Its clear, visually compelling format makes it easy to follow the logical structure of a discussion and facilitates thoughtful collaboration
Epic: Epic! is an award-winning subscription service, which gives millions of families and classrooms instant, unlimited access to thousands of books, videos and quizzes from leading publishers to help kids everywhere read, learn and grow. FREE for Teachers and students!
FlipGrid: Flipgrid is simple. Engage and empower every voice in your classroom or community by recording and sharing short, awesome videos … together!
BrainPop: BrainPOP makes rigorous learning experiences accessible and engaging for all.
Vocabulary.com:Vocabulary.com has its roots in the Visual Thesaurus, the interactive thesaurus and dictionary developed by the team at Thinkmap, a software company known for using visualization to facilitate communication, learning, and discovery
IXL Work (Pre-K-12th): IXL is personalized learning. With a comprehensive K-12 curriculum, individualized guidance, and real-time analytics, IXL meets the unique needs of each learner.
Cube For Teachers – Free global sharing community for educators. K-12 OERs shared by educators from around the globe. A great place to find lessons, activities, interactives, etc. All Free. Also, a great place to store links to resources.
LearnZillion – free online math demonstration lessons and explanation videos, some with follow up learning activities. It can be assigned via any online learning platform with a code no sign in required.
BoomWriter is a free writing app that helps teachers inspire and engage students in writing. BoomWriter offers a variety of tools, features, and resources that let teachers conduct fiction, nonfiction, and vocabulary-focused writing assignments. BoomWriter inspires students to write on any subject and integrates easily with the existing curriculum. Try it for ELA, Social Studies/History, Science, and even Math.
WeVideo Used by millions of students in every grade and subject area, WeVideo inspires meaningful learning and creative expression in any subject with video creation for the next generation.
Quizalize Teachers can use Quizalize to assign quizzes, worksheets, videos, and web links for students to complete at home in a real-time digital environment not much different than the physical classroom. Engage your students with fun quizzes while instantly obtaining valuable mastery data. Automatically differentiate learning based on student performance.
Quill: Quill provides free writing and grammar activities for elementary, middle, and high school students.
NoRedInk: NoRedInk builds stronger writers through interest-based curriculum, adaptive exercises, and actionable data.
CommonLit: Access the tools to implement an effective literacy program in your classroom, school, or district.
Fun Brain:Find math games by topic or by grade at FunBrain.
Math Blaster Math Blaster lets your students become intergalactic heroes based on their math operation and critical thinking skills.
Multiplication.com Students can practice their most basic and advanced mathematical skills.
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