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Educational Resources

These resources are appropriate or offer material for all grades.
 
Scholastic has done a fantastic job of offering FREE daily lessons to students out of school during the COVID-19 closures.  They are committed to creating 20 days of lessons covering 3 hours per day!
 
K-5 Resources
 
Mystery Science -   Provides engaging inquiry based weekly science lessons https://mysteryscience.com/school-closure-planning This link provides access to a collection of lessons that a perfect for at home use.  You’ll find full lessons and mini lessons to peak your curiosity.    Teachers have access to more lessons and can send parents links to utilize in addition to this list.
 
GoNoodle – Offers fun and engaging videos on movement and mindfulness   https://family.gonoodle.com/
6th-8th Grade Resources
 
GoNoodle – Offers fun and engaging videos on movement and mindfulness   https://family.gonoodle.com/
 
Khan Academy – Go to https://www.khanacademy.org/ click on Courses in the top left corner to access Math, Reading, and Computing.   Teachers can invite students to set up courses to watch their progress too!
 
NewsELA – Provides articles at multiple reading levels on topics from current events, history, science, arts and culture and more.   Go to https://newsela.com/  Click on Join Now, sign up as a student without a course code or your teacher can send you a course link so they can monitor your activity and assign specific articles and assignments.
HIGH SCHOOL Resources
 
NewsELA – Provides articles at multiple reading levels on topics from current events, history, science, arts and culture and more.   Go to https://newsela.com/  Click on Join Now, sign up as a student without a course code or your teacher can send you a course link so they can monitor your activity and assign specific articles and assignments.
 
CK-12 – Offers online resources for Science and Mathematics classes, consider this another resource if you are working from a textbook.  Course provide built in videos and practice checks.  Go to Student Sign Up or your teacher can provide you with access so they can see your progress.
 
Khan Academy – Go to https://www.khanacademy.org/ click on Courses in the top left corner to access Math, Reading, and Computing.   Teachers can invite students to set up courses to watch their progress too!
 
PBS Learning Media – Offers video based resources and activities for high school students.  Go to https://opb.pbslearningmedia.org/grades/high-school/ and click on Discipline to navigate towards videos of interest.  Subjects include science, social studies, mathematics, English language arts, engineering and technology, health and physical education, and the arts.