Put in your teacher's email address to register your device. Then, your child knows their username and password.
Between the Lions Well-known Video resources are among the best!
Age Range: Pre-K - Grade 1
ReadWriteThink Student Interactives, from the International Reading Association and National Council of Teachers of English, are jam-packed with lessons and interactive games for students of all ages learning reading and writing skills.
Age Range: K to 2nd grade
OxfordOWL is another site from the UK. It offers 100 free ebooks that range from simple level-reader stories to more complex titles and layouts, such as "How to Build a Castle".
Age Range: Pre-K to 5th grade
A website for emerging readers.
StoryPlace is an award-winning digital learning library. Age Range: Pre-K to K
The Screen Actors Guild Foundation has a wonderful story read along website, Storyline Online. Well-known SAG actors of all ages read 24 popular children's picture books.
Age Range: K to 3rd grade
More than 600 audio stories, Storynory is a longtime favorite in the UK. It provides a broad range of original titles, fairy tales, myths, world stories, and classic authors. Children listen as they read along with the expressive storytellers. The stories also available via podcast.
Age Range: 2nd - 5th grade
Starfall Education has created an engaging group of games and activities that range from the ABCs to fables.
In WordWorld, words morph into the objects they name. That creates a powerful connection between the letters and the words they represent.
Age Range: Pre-K to 1st grade
Click to find resources in ENGLISH or SPANISH to support families during school closures. These will include math activities families can do at home, and ideas for supporting students as they work on math problems.
- KidsActivitiesBlog.com - This website provides several blog postings with lots of ideas and resources.
- Scholastic - Scholastic is providing 30 days of lesson, activities, and videos. The activities are broken down by PreK-K, 1-2, 3-5, 6+.
- Epic - Epic gives students access to thousands of books to read, listen to, or have animated stories. They have a free 30-day trial at this time if parents would like to setup an account.
- Old Farmer's Almanac Kids - Fun games, riddles, and a wide variety of learning activities.
- 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.
- TIME for Kids - offers interesting articles, photos and videos on topics like politics, the environment, entertainment, sports and health.
- Highlights Kids - offers online ways to play, read and craft with animated stories and more.
- Go Noodle - movement and mindfulness videos created by child development experts.
Use the links below to access YouTube tutorials to help support the use of technology during our distant learning.
|Parent Technology Tutorial Playlist on YouTube
|How to log in and use a school Chromebook
|Keeping Student account seperate from personal accounts
|How to access online programs through one website - Clever