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- Seesaw Activities- Have students sign in through their classlink and add any assignment from my selected assignment board.
- Lexia (For beginning readers)
- Zoo U or Hall of Heroes (social emotional game)/ Each student has an individual log in
- Scholastics, Epic, Tumble books, Raz Kids, Storyline online
- Zearn, Prodigy, IXL, or Kahn academy for additional math practice (located on class link)
- Gonoodle for movment breaks and interactive learning songs.
- BookFlix - Pairs nonfiction/fiction ebooks. (If prompted, username Learning20, pw Clifford)
- Tumblebooks (available through Classlink)- Access to thousands of books, which can be read aloud to students.
- Storyline Online- Children’s Literature read by actors and actresses (like Harry The Dirty Dog read by Betty White).
- Scholastic Learn at Home- articles and activities that are correlated across the curriculum
- Virtual LIVE Read Alouds (and interactive activities) directly from the authors themselves
- Let’s Keep Reading!
- lalio- Class code -ETVSFG
- Lexia- Log on in class link/Each student has an individual log in
- Growingbookbybook.com-online read-alouds, story times, sing-alongs, and illustrating tutorials to do from home for pre-K and young readers.
- Video Writing Prompts Videos provide short intros to a topic and then introduce a writing prompt
- Vocabulary Spelling City Free for the rest of the school year with code VSCFree90
- Book Creator - students can use their learning and creativity by creating a collaborative digital story. Here are some ideas.
- Heggerty- Videos and online tools for Heggerty Phonics
- BrainPop and BrainPop Jr. (available through Classlink)- videos with interactive activities at the end (and they are offering free access for schools moving to e-learning)
- Mystery Science- Mystery Science has made several mini-lessons, videos, and activities available for free to support e-learning
- National Geographic Kids- articles and activities for students to observe and comment on
- Kahoot- Kahoot is offering free premium access to teachers that are engaging in E-Learning. Check out their resources and tools! Instead of hosting live games like you would in the classroom, you create challenges that are student-paced. Try the Pi-Day challenge
- Code.org - Learn to code online! Code.org provides free K-12 computer science lessons and games to help students learn how to code at an earlier age
- Virtual Field Trips
- Smithsonian Virtual Tour
- 20 Wonderful Online and Virtual Field Trips
- Google Arts and Culture Virtual Tours and Collections
- San Francisco Exploratorium
- greatminds.org/math- Starting Wednesday, March 18, free to anyone-recorded daily lessons in Grades K-12 of Eureka Math, delivered by Great Minds’ own teachers and will be viewable on any device. You can use these lessons, in full or in part, however you think best.
- Khan Academy - Khan Academy is a great online learning website for students of all ages. The site offers short video lessons on thousands of topics, and their programs are personalized to allow children to learn at their own pace. To top it off, all videos and resources are free for all users.
- CoolMath - 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.
- Zearn - Assign lessons based on what module and topic you are on. Zearn provides students with fluency practice, video lessons, and practice problems. Students can access on ClassLink
- Prodigy - Engaging, curriculum-aligned math platform.
- GoNoodle- Great for movement breaks. Also has great songs to help students learn.
- Netflix A list of Educational movies and how to set up a space so kids can easily access them.
- Wonderopolis: Lists of wonders that students can read about (or can be read to students) about a wide range of topics including, sciences, math, and arts. Students could find a topic they are interested
- Moby Max - The comprehensive software curriculum spans Math, ELA, Science, and Social Studies for students in grades K-8 and meets the needs of struggling students as well as those working on grade level and beyond.