While schools are closed, here are some educational resources to utilize.
www.brainpop.com –has free access during school closures
www.abcmouse.com –use the free code SCHOOL7771
Beast Academy on Facebook:
Beast Academy is a new project from the math beasts at Art of Problem Solving. Beast Academy will provide a full, rigorous, and entertaining curriculum for aspiring math beasts in grades 2-5. Fully illustrated guidebooks and workbooks for aspiring math beasts in grades 2-5, plus an online platform for math learning and practice.
12 Famous Museums with Virtual Tours:
There is a way to get a little culture and education while you’re confined to your home. Google Arts & Culture collection includes the British Museum in London, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, the Guggenheim in New York City, and literally hundreds of more places where you can gain knowledge about art, history, and science. This collection is especially good for students who are looking for ways to stay on top of their studies while schools are closed.
Virtual Field Trips:
Over 30 Virtual Field Trips with Links
Teachers Pay Teachers:
TpT is the go-to place for educators to find the resources, knowledge, and inspiration they need to teach at their best. We offer more than 3 million free and paid resources, created by educators who understand what works in the classroom. Our marketplace is growing every day to meet the evolving needs of the PreK-12 classroom. When educators get the resources and support, they need, they’re best equipped to inspire our next generation of learners.
Amazing Education Resources:
Education Companies Offering Free Subscriptions due to School Closings (Updated) : Amazing Educational Resources
Kids Activity Blog:
Each of these websites will allow you to sign-up for FREE and help your child along with their education. It is perfect for homeschooling which is something we are all needing to do right now.
450 Free Ivy League Online Courses for free:
The eight Ivy League schools now offer free online courses across multiple online platforms. These courses are know as MOOCs or Massive Open Online Courses, of which around 450 are still active. Class Central has made a collection of all these.
Scholastic Offers Free Online Courses:
The educational company has launched a “Learn at Home” website that has daily courses for students from Pre-kindergarten to grades 6 and higher. The courses provide approximately three hours of learning per day, including writing and research projects, virtual field trips, and geography challenges. The website is accessible on any device that has internet and no sign up is required. It will remain free and open indefinitely, Scholastic said.
Students or teachers who fill out an online form using their school email addresses can use the videoconferencing platform for free temporarily (beyond their usual 40-minute trial!) during school closures.