Coronavirus Resources for families & Teachers

Below is a list of online teaching and learning resources for families and educators. For web links, please click on the       under each title and description. Some resources also have tutorial links posted under the resource description.

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K-12 Frameworks

California state teaching and learning frameworks - content and pedagogy (K-12)

PBS/LA Schools

 Free, educational PBS daytime programming for Pre-K through  grade 12

OER Commons

 Free, educational PBS daytime programming for Pre-K through  grade 12

UNESCO

Resources for education in emergencies; learning materials and toolkits

ABC Mouse

Learning program for kids ages 2 to 8

Discovery Ed

Digital K-12 curriculm resources (standards-aligned)

BrainPop

Animated digital learning (various subjects, K-3)

Kahoot

Game-based online learning platform

Pronto

Online learning chat and video platform

BookCreator

Online tool for creating digital books

Google Ed

Classroom tools and resources for teachers

Tynker

Coding games and curriculum for kids

Buncee

Create and share visual presentations across grade, age, learning levels

Pear Deck

Interactive slide presentations creation for learning

Kami

PDF and document annotation for digital feedback and learning

Parlay

Class discussions platform

Elementari

Online platform for reading, writing, coding, sharing, and remixing interactive stories

EdPuzzle

Self-paced learning with interactive videos

Wakelet

Bookmark your favorite web content all in on place

Twinkl

Pre-K through 5 learning resources and materials

Hapara

Description coming soon

Manga High

Description coming soon

ListenWire

Description coming soon

MobyMax

Description coming soon

Go Guardian

Classroom management software

Seterra Geo

Online geography games

We Video

Online video editor

Education Perfect

Teaching and learning platform with curriculum-aligned content and dynamic learning tools

Slido Ed

Add Q&A and polls to Google Slides

Breakout Edu

Digital learning games platform

Microsoft Ed

Online classroom platform

NearPod

Ready-to-teach K-12 lessons and student interaction platform

Scholastic

Daily cross-curricular projects: K-6+

Screencastify

Make your own teaching and learning videos using video and screen capture features

Mystery Science

Elementary-level lessons

Age of Learning

Digital early learning resources p to age 8 (also includes ABC Mouse as one of its programs)

Zoom

Online video conferencing and chat rooms

 

Zoom Tutorial

Monterey Bay Aquarium

Live animal cams

(their website also has curriculum and other ed resources)

30 Virtual

Field Trips

30 virtual trips with links

Soft Schools

 

Pre-K through high school activities, worksheets, and games

National Emergency Library

 

Free access via archive.org to almost 1.5 million titles

Kids Activities Blog

K-middle school education websites and curriculum resources list

Open Library

Free open library site - also has audio recordings

Go Noodle

Movement & mindfulness for kids

Library of Congress

 

Classroom Materials Resources

Activity Hero

 

Live online classes with expert teachers (K-middle school)

Teaching Theatre Online

University level but could be helpful/tailorable for high school students

Padlet

Digital bulletin board-style collaboration space (videos, posts, documents, etc.)

Khan Academy

Personalized online learning platform with daily schedules during school closures for ages 4-18

Lunchtime Doodles with Mo Willems

 

Free onlin drawing lessons for kids, led by artists and illustrators

VitalSource

Courseware to university students and teachers who may have lost access

Plinkit

Child development fundamentals - learn and do (early childhood)

PBS Unschooling

K-8

Learning activities & PBS programming

International Educator Shared Resources

 

An extensive Google Doc with links to Facebook education groups, as well as resources and platforms for sharing and monitoring learning (early  years through high school)

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