Resources to Learn From Home
Here is a list of online instructional resources. The first few resources are used daily at our school. Not all students use every resource. If a resource is used, the students have their own username and password for these sites. Please email your child's teacher if you need your child's log-in information.
Hands-on instruction and digital learning in Math.
Elem (K-8) - Reading, Math
Students can access reading and math resources. Adaptive learning delivered in tutorials, practice, challenge, and remediation.
Starting Wednesday, March 18, Great Minds will share—free to anyone—recorded daily lessons in Grades K–12 of Eureka Math®
After clicking on the link, click on Access Free Resources box.
Elem (K-12) - ELA, Math, Writing Coursework: Assigned Login Needed. Students can create a log in to access instructional videos for writing and math.
SPED Resource: Raz Kids (K-5) & Headsprout (K-2) – ELA & Reading
SPED Resource: Zearn (K-5) – Math
SPED Resource: Unique Learning (K-5) - (LEAP Connect Students / Students with Significant Disabilities) – ELA & Math
- Go to the CPSB website.
- Click on Coronavirus Information
- Click on “Online Learning Resources”
- Click on Students with Disabilities
REDEEM CODE: SCHOOL7771
REDEEM CODE: SCHOOL7771
Elem (K-12) - All Subjects
Science mom will offer a science lesson daily at 10am.
Fun Brain is designed for pre-K to 8th grade students to explore topics in math and reading through fun videos and games.
CoolMath.com offers online math games that help students ages 3+ with basic math lessons, including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, decimals, money and more. CoolMath4Kids.com is appropriate for ages 3 through 12 and CoolMath-Games.com includes math games for pre-K students.
Starfall.com is a great online resource that helps pre-K to 3rd grade students with language arts and math lessons. It also offers a parent-teacher resource center for free, downloadable worksheets and more.
THE KIDZ PAGE
TheKidzPage.com is the perfect online resource for parents and teachers who are looking for word games, coloring activities and puzzles to try with their students. Check out their printable section for off-line activity sheets as well.
HOW STUFF WORKS
How Stuff Works is a comprehensive articles-based site that introduces and informs on a variety of topics like culture, science, money, technology and more. Games, quizzes, and videos are also available to supplement the articles.
You can play games, create your own comics, and more. Most importantly, Scholastic features an online discussion board for your students to connect with friends online.
Exploratorium (yes, the same one as the museum in San Francisco) has a website that teaches students about science and art. Help your students go far into the galaxy or deep down to the bottom of the ocean on this site.
BBC HISTORY FOR KIDS
Students can walk through ancient history, or choose specific countries for more deep learning. BBC History for Kids is an adventure through time.
Beyond the television network, Nick Jr. offers many educational printables, games and other activities (yes, it includes Peppa Pig) for students to love.
LEARNING GAMES FOR KIDS
Learning Games for Kids is all about games that can teach students about a variety of topics and subjects. Game lovers will be thrilled.
TIME FOR KIDS
TIMEforKids.com offers interesting articles, photos and videos on topics like politics, the environment, entertainment, sports and health.
Mickey Mouse and friends will keep your students busy for hours with games, coloring pages, videos and more.
Looking for a language learning site with fun games and creative lesson plans? Duolingo offers a rewarding, personalized learning experience in more than 20 languages, including Spanish, French, German, Chinese, and more.
Highlights Kids offers online ways to play, read and craft with animated stories and more. According to their website, they are on a mission to “help children become their best selves by publishing content and creating experiences that engage, delight and foster joyful learning.”