A Culture of High Expectations and Excellence
Distance Learning Resources
Below you will find a list of fun and educational websites/resources that your student can use at home!
The Nickelodeon #KidsTogether campaign provides insight from medical experts and directly answers kids' questions as they cope with social distancing and the evolving impact of COVID-19.
Reading A-Z is a reading website. Ask your child's teacher for login instructions.
Prodigy is a free game based math practice website.
Learn the fundamentals of computer science with drag & drop blocks.
Art for Kids Hub features fun, interactive lessons for kids for drawing, painting, and oragami.
Epic! is a subscription book service offering access to high-quality illustrated books and chapter books for children ages 12 and under. Ask your child's teacher for the class code.
Teacher Your Monster to read is a game-based Pre-K through 1st Grade Reading website. The computer version is completely free!
National Geographic Kids is a collection of science-based games, videos, and educational resources.
Funbrain features educational games for kids of all ages in the subjects of math, science, grammar, spelling, and history.
NASA Kid's Club is a game-based website that stimulates children's interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Henry Anker is a free math, reading, & social studies practice website.
Funology is a website for parents and teachers who are looking for fun activities they can do with their kids in the real world, away from computers, phones, and television screens.
Code Combat is a game-based computer science program where students create real code and see their characters react in real time.
No log in necessary- just click play!
This website created a great list of educational and fun hands-on activities for children.
PBS Kids is a collection of educational games and videos.
My Capstone Library is a collection of audio books.
Art Links for Kids is a collection of fun, educational, and interactive art websites.
Ask your child's resource teacher for login instructions
Math Antics is a series of basic math videos and tutorials.
ReadWorks is a collection of thousands of high-quality, free K-12 articles. Ask your child's teacher for the class code.