A wealth of videos, activities, and resources to engage students at home.
Ready for your next outdoor adventure? Each simple activity will help you develop your observational skills, creativity, and a connection to your local ecosystems.
Lesson plans sorted by grade levels, subjects, and duration. As an Alaskan teacher, this site is one of my favorites for learning any content paired with critical/creative thinking skills.
A YouTube channel with entertaining educational videos across many different content areas. Videos include animations to help bring the content to life. Disclaimer: the instructor speaks fast for some learners.
Print a learning contract for students to select what they want to learn, how they want to learn it, and how they will share their product or performance of choice.
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.
Take a brain/study break by engaging with movement and mindfulness videos created by child development experts. Variety from energizing to calming, supporting physical as well as social-emotional needs.
Check out the Mind and Body Calendars, available in English/Spanish, for daily suggestions and at-home fitness ideas. The calendars can be adapted and help track daily physical 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?
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