Investigate prehistoric times and discover what a fossil dig looks like and design a dig site to find dinosaur bones. Scroll to the end to find Alaska specific content!
A collection of science experiments with instructions that you can do right at home. Great experiments to try as a family!
National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) and Pearson provide temporary free access to Pearson online learning materials (for available titles) through the end of this term.
Activities and worksheets for beginning math, early literacy, and executive functioning skills. Engaging, hands-on tasks that explore foundational concepts. Free, but requires an email registration to access the resources.
Interactive simulations to develop self-regulation, independent living, and social skills. Note: The site is hosted by Australian universities so game characters have Australian accents.
An article detailing techniques for reducing anxiety, including breathing exercises, visualization, and journaling.
Tools for supporting behavior, in the classroom and at home. Activities to practice daily living skills, communication, and prosocial behavior.
Detailed lesson plans, including materials, for building reading skills. Topics include phonemic awareness, fluency, comprehension, and more.
Students are given a placement test assessing their knowledge of the English language. Based on results, students are assigned lessons at their level. Requires a subscription, however it’s currently free.
Each day, Wonderopolis poses an intriguing question like ‘Why didn’t Canada Buy Alaska?’ Great for families that are learning together, or for teachers to provide a daily, low-bandwidth literacy activity.