On this page you'll find a variety of resources for online learning from reading to math to science! While these resources are broken up by grade, many can be used for any age.
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Resources for grades K-5:
Educational games and videos from Curious George, Wild Kratts and other PBS KIDS shows!
Resources on best practices for teaching reading
ELA activities and supports for students in 3rd-4th grade
Online books for early readers with a read aloud option
FREE content, curriculum, and tools to power teaching and learning from Kindergarten to 12th Grade
Math Practice, Enrichment and Games
Boddle provides adaptive math practice & assessments all through a fun game.
Interactive and engaging math problem solving for all grades. Great activities to continue learning at home. guidance on website on how to use with individual students at home.
Great resources and ideas for teaching during this time of nontraditional instruction. Geared to PreK-5 families
Resources for grades 6-8:
There are downloads, activities, professional development opportunities and general resources including test prep.
This site, hosted by PBS, provides engaging content and activities for use with struggling middle school readers.
Real-world lessons for middle school and high school.
Resources for grades 9-12:
Resources for teaching writing and writing types at all grade levels
A fun site with grammar exercises, handouts, and teacher resources
Provides free access to over 60,000 classic texts online.
CommonLit is a nonprofit education technology organization dedicated to ensuring that all students, especially students in Title I schools, graduate with the reading, writing, communication, and problem-solving skills they need to be successful in college and beyond.
Resources for all ages:
Virtual resources, videos, and lesson plan examples for teachers and parents to use at no cost.
Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. They tackle math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more nonprofit with the mission to provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere.
A website for keyboarding, digital literacy and coding targeted at K-12 students
Code.org provides the leading curriculum for K-12 computer science in the largest school districts in the United States
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published
Travel around the globe on a virtual Field Trip!
Educators at the Kennedy Space Center are hosting periodic live videos about all things space, from daily life as an astronaut to a look at the moon rock collection. Upcoming videos are announced on the Facebook page.
The California Science Center is releasing its Stuck at Home Science! videos weekdays at 1:00 p.m. ET throughout its closure. Each week has a theme like "All Cooked Up!" and "1, 2, 3, Blastoff!" Kids can follow along with science experiments that use easy-to-find household supplies
The Air and Space Museum is one of the most visited museums in the world — and your kids can visit it (and see some of the famous planes and rockets) without leaving the house. They can tour the halls of the museum thanks to Google Arts & Culture. Other interactive exhibits include Geography from Space quizzes for older kids and the Pilot Pals game for younger ones.
The American Museum of Natural History has Ology, an entire website for kids to explore. Each section lets kids choose an "ology" to learn about, like paleontology or archaeology, and includes coordinating games, videos from resident scientists and activities.
The Children's Museum of Indianapolis, the largest children's museum in the country, is hosting Museum at Home, a series of videos and live streams that let kids explore the museum, learn from educators and even sit in on storytime.
Even when we're not social distancing, it's unlikely kids will be able to hop a spaceship to Mars. Thankfully, the Curiosity Rover allows them to join for a virtual ride-along thanks to a partnership with Google, Access Mars and NASA.
KidsQuest is offering daily YouTube streams featuring at-home activities or storytime. Activities are centered around art, math and science. You can see all upcoming videos on its YouTube page.
Kids can learn more about their brains with The Franklin Institute's interactive exhibit. Different modules explore the fascinating ways our brains interpret sound, images and more.
Mo Willems, the current Kennedy Center Education Artist-in-Residence, is hosting Lunch Doodles every weekday at 1:00 p.m. ET. Kids can learn how to draw some of Willems' popular characters, like Elephant and Piggie, as well as some of their own original creations.
If kids need even more inspiration, they can take a virtual tour of the first museum dedicated to art made by children from over 180 different countries. Google Arts & Culture has made a selection of works available that range from sweet to silly to profound.
Your little ones can watch puppet shows, learn more about puppets around the world, and even learn how to make their own puppets as part of the Center for Puppetry Arts' digital learning program. Check out the weekly schedule and tune in on Facebook to watch.
Parent & Teacher Resources:
This resource has collated multiple links for using technology during NTI days
Online collaboration tool. Distance Learning Toolkit complied to assist school communities with non-traditional instruction (NTI). Edmodo is always free
Arizona not-for-profit literacy organization that provides resources for teachers to assist in the teaching of reading.
A comprehensive list of educational resources compiled by the Arizona Department of Education