Chattahoochee-Flint RESA

Distance Learning Resources

(Most of these companies are offering FREE resources during distance learning for educators)

Edtech Resources:

Content Resources:

Each week, teach@home will provide:

Learning Hero Roadmap

Providing an interactive guide for parents on what grade-level math and reading skills look like, along with other subjects, such as social and emotional learning,

Early Learners


Free Online Books for Students:

The Daily Cafe- Reading at Home:

Get Georgia Reading- Free Access to Books:

Reading A-Z- Online Reading Booklets:

Spanish Children's Stories:

Free Kids' Books:

Scholastic Learn at Home Activities:

Online Reading Resources:

Jennifer Serravallo 14 Ideas for Remote Learning:

The Reading and Writing Strategies Community

Join this group on Facebook to collaborate and share ideas with fellow educators.

Jennifer Serravallo posts here frequently.

Florida Center for Reading Resources:

Common Sense Education:  Free Distance Learning Plans:

The National Council for Teachers of English offers lesson plans, student interactives, apps, and other resources free of charge.

Storyline Online: Read Alouds of Popular Children’s Books by Celebrities

Raz Kids is a place students can go to read anywhere, anytime. This award winning website is free for the rest of the school year.

Reading at Home with Gail Boushey: Lessons on helping students practice building independent reading stamina.

Amplify has created a series of K-8 remote learning experiences in reading and science that are free and easy to use at home.

Amplify K-5 Resources

Printable Packets offers a set of text sets with 20 printable articles and questions for at-, below-, or above grade level. Lessons can be printed for packets or downloaded and sent by email.


ActivEd offers free access to “Walkabouts”: web-based lessons that integrate movement with language arts, math, and reading.

Coronavirus/COVID-19 Support

CommonLit | Free Reading Passages and Literacy Resources

Epic is offering free access to their digital library

The National Council for Teachers of English offers lesson plans, student interactives, apps, and other resources free of charge

The Teachers College Reading and Writing Project

Virtual PD Brochure (Free Resources are listed at the end of the brochure.)

Central Savannah River Area RESA Writing Center

National Geographic

Tumblebooks digital library for elementary students

Unite for Literacy digital library for elementary students

New York Times Writing Curriculum (secondary)

Newsela free access to full product suite


K-8 Math Resources-

Mathematics Professional Learning Instruction in Action:

Updated GaDOE Math Website with Instructional Resources:


Ga DOE Science

TRL Public Link

PBS Learning Media Science

Steve Spangler Experiment Library

Siemens STEM Day

Phenomena for NGSS

PHET Science Simulations

Science Buddies

Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

The Lorax Project

Georgia Aquarium

Home Safari Daily




Crisis contacts and helpline numbers.

All things PBIS including some new pieces to help parents and school staff address covid 19

Interventions, data tracking forms, and strategies for all types of behaviors.

All about Covid 19.  Help with online for Special Education, Emotional support for kids, public wifi locations across Georgia,  crisis contacts, and much more.

Ways for adults to recognize and cope with anxiety.  How to recognize anxiety or problems with children and ways for parents to help their children cope.

Ways to help children cope with disasters.  (available in Spanish).

Some free learning from home resources including printables and STEM activity ideas.


10 teaching resources for parents during school closures.

Great article for teachers on taking care of themselves during this time. 

Webinars, blogposts, and podcasts to help teachers deal with online learning and social emotional health/ wellbeing.



Calling all Principals, School Nutrition Managers, School Nutrition Directors and District Superintendents!! GENYOUth is providing grants of up to $3,000 per school to supply much-needed resources for meal distribution and delivery efforts to get food to students during COVID-19. From soft-sided coolers, bags and containers for individual servings, to protective gear for food service sanitation and safety, this equipment will help ensure our children continue to receive the nutritious meals they need.

For immediate access to routine or crisis services, please call GCAL at 1-800-715-4225. GCAL is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year to help you or someone you care for in a crisis. Georgia’s youth can access GCAL’s services via text and chat through an app called My GCAL. 

This website allows users to input their zip code and find assistance in their area, under the broad topics for food, housing, goods, transit, health, money, care, education, work, and legal.,369,268,263,405,580?q=social%20emotional,386,389?q=social%20emotional

Kahn Academy suggestions for daily schedule for students

Here's a padlet with guidance for anti-racism: