This is a compiled list of items that have been shared on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media. Thank you to EVERYONE who have been generously sharing! I will keep this list updated to the best of my ability.
In good health,
Link: A list of all the edtech companies offering FREE premium services (tons of great resources provided!)
Internet companies offering FREE services to families with children without service.
FREE internet from COX
General Resources (for Teachers)
Science and Social Studies
Language Arts & Dual Language
Kim Voge’s Trainings (3/16-20)
Kim Voge’s Trainings (3/23-27)
10am PST daily
Khan Academy schedules by grade level
YouTube Videos: Arts for Kids
The Techie Teacher’s Zoom Guide for Teachers to give students
Ben Cogswell’s Kinder Rockets learning from home
At home learning ideas (Facebook post)
Kim Voge’s Quick Access for Basics - Skills and tools
25 Non-screen activities to do at home (Facebook post)
Draw everyday - webinar - 2pm ET every day
Harvard Edcast Podcast
Alludo Game (sign in required) Earn badges to learn more about COVID-19 and distance learning
Harry Potter Digital Breakout Game
Sample (Facebook post)
Emily Arrow Sing along - every day at 10am PST
K-12 Greatest Hits Podcast
Kat Goyette’s WonderExploreLearn Resources for Remote Learning
Kodable (this is the link for web/computer; you’ll need the free app for mobile devices)
Kids Should See This - compilation of curious things
General French resources
Drawing with Mo Willems 1pm ET daily
Wakelet about the virus (various links)
Teachers Give Teachers Hyperdocs (Account creation needed)
Steve Wyborney’s Esti-Mysteries - estimation and math!
Little Sponges - available in English, Spanish, French, German, Russian, Chinese
New York Times’ The Learning Network’s ideas for remote learning (typically for middle school and above)
Multimedia Text Sets (by subject)
Labster - get virtual science lab experiences!
Elementary hyperdocs set (by subject)
BreakoutEDU Puzzles for all grade levels
Secondary hyperdocs set (by subject)
English: Help Scientists Solve a Mystery! If you see a monarch, take a picture (don’t worry, it can be far away and blurry)! Upload the photo onto instagram and tag @westernmonarchmystery, OR email it to MonarchMystery@wsu.edu.
Spanish: ¡Ayuda a los científic@s a resolver un misterio! Si ves a un monarca, ¡toma una foto! (no te preocupes, puede ser de lejos y borroso). Sube la foto en instagram y haz tag @westernmonarchmystery, o envíela por correo electrónico a MonarchMystery@wsu.edu
They give out weekly prizes to one random winner! Every photo you submit is a contest entry-- visit the link for more information.
Kristan Morales’ HS Math Hyperdoc samples
Building Collaborative Dialogue - Aaron Johnson
Star - Learn from Home Guide (Activities by grade level!)