Bring content to life for students with supplemental videos, animations, and simulations. These multimedia resources allow students to visualize complex concepts.
Interested in playing an astronaut simulation game or reading to discover more about planets? The image of the day offers great inspiration for writing similes and metaphors.
Students choose what they want to learn, how to go about learning it, and how to share their learning. This learning contract was designed for K-4 students and is adaptable.
Education.com offers independent student packets for at-home learning for pre-school-grade 5. They also have online games and weekly boosts to review skills. For those off-line, there are printables available.
Resources you can use with your family to offer comfort and spark playful learning. We hope the resources and activities help you and your family breathe, laugh, and play together!
Day to Day learning resources from Scholastic! Included in the lessons are a short read aloud, an online interactive lesson and many printables to further enhance the lesson!
Lots of fun, educational games and activities for young learners. Alaska’s teachers have full access.
The easiest grab and go resource here are the ‘Daily DE’ activities, organized by grade band. Dive deeper to explore their virtual learning platform or just search for activities.
A resource shared by Alaskan Educator Karyn Fillhart (@Filibuster3): “When schools need to close, online learning is great, but what if your students don’t have technology?
Engaging video lessons that are great for visual learners. One Alaskan teacher said “I’ve integrated these videos with EdPuzzle and my Google Classroom and absolutely love them!”