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Please give credit where credit is due if you use any of these resources! This list is not fully comprehensive but evolving and hopefully a good starting point. AND I will work to make it easier to sort through and navigate over the next couple days.
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Grade-level/ageContent Area/FocusResource Give credit to...Brief DescriptionPrint, Online?LanguagesFull Link (not just the hyperlink)
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TK-8Primarily ELA and MathLearning Packets for TK-8 (see individual links starting in column I)Education for Change in OaklandA pretty robust set of packets that could be adapted/adjusted and then printed from Education for Change in Oakland. They refer to some online learning, and while some of the TK/K stuff is still relatively straight-forward (#s, letters, etc.) they have some good ideas in the calendars and it’s a pretty solid place to start!Can Be PrintedEnglish, some materials translated in SpanishSee links to each packet for grade/content areas in the columns to the right:TKKinder1st2nd3rd ELA3rd Math4th ELA4th Math5th ELA5th Math6th ELA6th Math7th ELA7th Math8th ELA8th Math
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PK-12Primarily ELA and Math. PK includes play.KIPP DC's Remote Learning ResourcesKIPP DCPackets for printable at-home learning as well as family guidance and health resourcesCan Be PrintedEnglishhttps://www.kippdc.org/remotelearning/
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AllMath, ELA, and ScienceGreat Minds Lessons--coming Wed March 18Great Mindsstarting next Wednesday, March 18, we are going to share—free to anyone—recorded daily lessons in Grades K–12 of Eureka Math, K–8 of Wit & Wisdom, and 3–5 of PhD Science. These lessons will be delivered by Great Minds’ own teachers and will be viewable on any device. We hope you will use these lessons, in full or in part, however you think best.OnlineEnglishLink tbd since these have not been posted, but I believe they'll be via the same as the other Great Minds resources
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Ages 3-13LiteracyInternational Children's Digital LibraryInternational Children's Digital LibraryClick on "Read Books" to access online books in over 50 languagesOnlineOver 50 languages. Website is also available in 5 languageshttp://en.childrenslibrary.org/
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K-3Literacy/ReadingReading Adventure Packets from Reading RocketsReading RocketsPrintable adventure packs with instructions, activities, and bookmarks for you to download and print, for free. Additional materials may be needed, in particular books aligned to each theme, but could be put together to send home with families.Can Be PrintedEnglish, Spanishhttps://www.readingrockets.org/article/reading-adventure-packs-families
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ECE-ElementaryLiteracy/ReadingStoryline OnlineStoryline OnlineWebsite featuring videos of actors reading high-quality children's storybooks.OnlineEnglishhttps://www.storylineonline.net
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PK/KLiteracy/ReadingReadAskChat: Details via the link. Availabe in app storeRead Ask ChatDigital Library of over 30 books in an app that's founded by the National Science Foundation. Use the code: 5RVLD4 to access the full ReadAskChat library.OnlineEnglishhttps://readaskchat.net/
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AllAlmost allKhan AcademyKhan Academy"Created by experts, Khan Academy’s library of trusted, standards-aligned practice and lessons covers math K-12 through early college, grammar, science, history, AP®, SAT®, and more. It’s all free for learners and teachers."OnlineMany--Khan Academy's website has been translated and offers subtitles in different languages as wellhttps://www.khanacademy.org/
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PK-6+AllScholastic's Remote Learning Materials Organized by Grade-LevelScholasticScholastic organized online learning experiences for students and families to use based on grade-levelOnline (mostly)Englishhttp://scholastic.com/learnathome
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PKSTEM, Literacy, Art50+ Learning Activities for At Home Busy ToddlerList of activities sorted by STEM, Literacy, and Art that you can do at home with preschoolersRead through--no printing needed!Englishhttps://busytoddler.com/2019/10/awesome-preschool-activities/
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K-6AllAt Home Learning PlansDallas ISD Vetted offline activities and online resources. Activities and resources are sorted by grade level at the bottom of the page.Read through--no printing needed!English, some materials translated into Spanishhttps://sites.google.com/dallasisd.org/athomelearningplans/home?authuser=0
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ECE, but also works more broadlyAllTwitter thread with ideas for at-home activities across all different content/domainsRachel YoungA list of ideas for activities spanning from math to science, geography, history, art, pe, play and more!Read through--no printing needed!Englishhttps://twitter.com/msrachelyoung/status/1238322791943815169
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Ages 3-6All: Activity-FocusedActivities for Children's House Montessori UnknownSimple activities to do at home with young children. Although Montessori-focused, most activities here are easily done around the home and relate to family life.Read or print to have on handEnglishhttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1O7bWPWOwl_5-GWDjjBgnzEK2mwPCC8vn/view
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Ages 0-9Cross-Cutting (see description)Ready4KParentPoweredReady4K is an evidence-based whole child curriculum that offers fun facts and at-home learning activity ideas for children ages 0-9, all delivered via text message. Implementation is quick and easy, so all of your families can start getting activities within a week. Effective immediately we are implementing several changes to Ready4K to better serve families and partners during this difficult time.
-Additional support messages focused on COVID-19 topics, like hygiene, dealing with pandemic anxiety, and social connection in a virtual world
-Providing a communications system for sharing vital information with your families, including a dedicated messaging number and unlimited messaging through the end of the school year
-Enhanced support for families with more than one child with activities for each child based on age or grade level
Text message--requires some set-upEnglish, Spanish, Arabichttp://parentpoweredpbc.activehosted.com/index.php?action=social&chash=eae27d77ca20db309e056e3d2dcd7d69.412&s=bfd0b852b543ea700d8318cf8ca8a400
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AllAllLearn at HomeYouTubeYouTube learning channels by grade-level (PK, Ages 5 and up, Ages 13 and up)
"As schools around the world close their buildings and families find themselves at home, we want to ensure that learning together continues. So we’re partnering with Khan Academy and other learning creators to bring parents & families resources and activities to make the coming days as educational and fun as possible. Of course, these resources won’t replace any homework assigned by teachers — but they can complement that work."
https://learnathome.withyoutube.com/
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ECE-ElementaryAllPBS Kids Free & Paid AppsPBS KidsOverview of free and paid apps from PBS Kids, aligned to age ranges and subject areas. Visit https://pbskids.org/apps/ for more information.OnlineEnglishhttps://pbskids.org/apps/
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AllAll: Activity-FocusedSimple Activities for Children and Adolescents: No Supplies NeededNational Child Traumatic Stress NetworkOffers activity ideas to parents whose families are being evacuated from their home, sheltering in-place, or who have lost power. This fact sheet outlines activities families can do without supplies to stay preoccupied when dealing with the stress of a major event
Read through--no printing needed!Englishhttps://www.nctsn.org/sites/default/files/resources/fact-sheet/simple_activities_for_children_and_adolescents_no_supplies_needed.pdf
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AllSocial-EmotionalRecommendations and resource links for supporting SEL during this timeCASELCASEL offers recommendations and links to resources to help educators support the social and emotional needs of students and adults during this time.Read through--no printing needed!Englishhttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1HdJPRm8R0LDRQ3JO9NLuVUr0E2gaGH6O/view
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ECE (Ages 0-8+)Outdoor PlayTinkergarten ActivitiesTinkergartenYou'll obviously need some outdoor space for these, but you can find activities sorted by age (0-2, 3-5, and 6-8+) and skill (thinking, social emotional, and body) that you can complete with your kids. Some of these also require a fair amount of materials--but if you have the outdoor space and the materials needed (and the time!), you likely can have a lot of fun with your little ones!Read or print to have on handEnglishhttps://tinkergarten.com/activities?fbclid=IwAR0rSjA5qmqFj3AcnE11CGpgGAtBZhc3cdvYj2wRw-ilCPoaqeXiMViCf78
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AllLanguage and SpeechTips from Kaufman Children's Center to Support Language at homeKaufman Children's CenterThese are great tips if your child is working on language or speech and can be used in tandem with anything in a child's IEP to support at home. Click on the photo and then the arrow to the right to see the tips. In the upper right corner you'll see the corresponding grade-levels associated with the tips (upper el/older students, pre-k and elem, all--there are 3 pages of tips).Read or print to have on handEnglishhttps://www.facebook.com/kaufmanchildrenscenter/photos/a.10151757444317599/10157444818397599/?type=3&theater
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AllMathGreat Minds Eureka Math ResourcesGreat MindsPlease go to greatminds.org/math to find:
• Student materials such as Problem Sets, Application Problems, and Exit Tickets
• Homework Helpers
• Parent Tip Sheets
• Math card games
Read or print to have on hand (downloadable PDFs)Englishhttps://greatminds.org/math?utm_campaign=Knowledge%20for%20All%20%7C%20Coronavirus%202020&utm_source=hs_email&utm_medium=email&utm_content=84728618&_hsenc=p2ANqtz--NccuDsDdvAD58EHGbvyL9zJP60UGDrD_M3FgZDaMKuw5hM7SxZPy63GG2H5Dwct-ripPyNc62Pr-cYRnelDbltqeVjfTM8py91sVrs-g6wlz6BwM&_hsmi=84728618
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ECETalking about CoronavirusThread of articles about talking with young children about coronavirus, things you can do at home like handwashing routines, and communication with familiesKatie Albitz"Child care programs are in a unique position when it comes to #coronavirus: Families rely on them to keep working even in emergencies, but the workforce often lacks healthcare. Here are some resources we have compiled to help #childcare #ECE programs prepare." Thread appears to be being updated soonRead through--no printing needed!Englishhttps://twitter.com/KatieAlbitz/status/1234505713516457984
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AllTalking about CoronavirusMultilingual fact sheets and infographics about CoronavirusColorín Colorado
It's important that schools share accurate information about coronavirus with all school staff and families, including families of English learners. These resources include multilingual fact sheets and infographics. We'll update this page as new resources becomes available.
Can Be PrintedEnglish, Spanish, Chinese, Simplified Chinesehttps://www.colorincolorado.org/coronavirus
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All, esp ECETalking about CoronavirusHow to Talk to Your Kids about CoronavirusPBSQuick article on ways to talk to kids about the CoronavirusRead through--no printing needed!Englishhttps://www.pbs.org/parents/thrive/how-to-talk-to-your-kids-about-coronavirus
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AllTalking about CoronavirusNCTSN: Public Health ResourcesNational Child Traumatic Stress NetworkA range of resources, including fact sheets and advice for understanding the impact of the coronavirus on children's social-emotional health.Read or print to have on handMultiplehttps://www.nctsn.org/what-is-child-trauma/trauma-types/disasters/pandemic-resources
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AllBest Tools for Virtual LearningApps and Tools for Distance and Virtual Learning, Lesson Planning, Communication, etc.Common Sense EducationTools for setting up effective virtual learning environments: communicating and messaging effectively, facilitating discussion, assessing learning, delivering lessons, and more. Note, these resources are probably more useful if you have some foundation/infrastructure set up for virtual or distance learning but could also be put in to place now (just may be a bigger lift)OnlineEnglish, there is a multilingual texting tool that's highlighted https://www.commonsense.org/education/top-picks/best-tools-for-virtual-and-distance-learning?utm_source=%5Btwitter%5D&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=&utm_term=&utm_content=
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AllVirtual Field TripsVirtual Field TripsMrs. FahrneyLinks to fun virtual field trips to museums, Mars, the zoo, and more!OnlineEnglish but it's possible some of them may be available in other languages--I did not click through the linkshttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1SvIdgTx9djKO6SjyvPDsoGlkgE3iExmi3qh2KRRku_w/preview?fbclid=IwAR1BWcibrDYMEJNduO_F_--V_dnOZHa20SftaXB1VAsugYmJvtJVC4h7evQ&pru=AAABcQO6bc0*ThPW0I5Sx56EZ1dmuHl5Kw
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AllFree SubscriptionsEd Companies Offering Free Subscriptions with School ClosingsAmazing Educational ResourcesA long list and robust list of free subscriptions from ed companiesOnline (mostly)Most appear to be English, but I haven't gone through the full list (it's long!)http://www.amazingeducationalresources.com/?fbclid=IwAR2VmPWhaPod15ORKFHL4ycF_kHE1R0ncHiPis7-RQueAxbUDKqsiv7RcXw
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