At-home learning resources

Last Updated: 3/20/2020 7:12 AM

At-home learning

We've compiled a list of at-home, online learning resources that your family can utilize during the school closure. These resources aren't meant to replace classroom instruction, but they may help to cultivate independent learning.

If your go-to resource isn't listed here, please drop us a line and let us know so that we can add it!


Preschool - 2nd Grade

Storyline Online: Free videos of celebrities reading picture books aloud.
 

Kindergarten - 12th Grade

Code.org: Learn computer science: Free coding courses at no cost. No account needed.

Open Middle: Challenging math problems worth solving for every grade level. Includes hints and answers.

Robert Kaplinsky Lessons: Fun and challenging math lessons for all grades.

Scholastic Learn At Home: Day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking and growing. Every day includes four separate learning experiences, each built around a thrilling, meaningful story or video.


3rd - 12th Grade

Code Academy: Take a quiz to tell them what you want to learn, and they'll direct you to the right lesson. Free and pro versions.

Scratch: Create stories, games and animations to share with others around the world.


All ages

Libby: An app for Apple and Android devices that gives access to local libraries' ebooks and audiobooks.

Math Anywhere: Has how-to videos of math games for caregivers, and includes printables with a variety of open-ended math games.