Distance Learning Resources

In the event that a resource has changed and we have not yet caught it, please feel free to notify your teacher and we will get that changed as soon as possible.

Student 360

Resources that Include Multiple Subject Areas

  • Zoom: How to Use Zoom
  • BrainPOP Jr.
  • TED‐​Ed (k-12)– TED‐​Ed offers a free suite of high‐​quality videos on a variety of topics for learners of all ages, including supplemental materials, discussion questions, and opportunities to probe deeper into areas of interest. Register as an educator and you can help to customize your child’s learning experience, or let your child explore independently.
  • PBS KIDS for Parents offers free resources and family learning activities. You could also tune in to KQED Plus TV programming for educational TV programming.
  • ABC Ya! Practice the alphabet, go on a Multiplication Space Race, or choose activities based on topics of interest.
  • NeoK12 (k-12) - A solid collection of learning activities including educational videos, games, quizzes, puzzles, and more. Click on one of dozens of categories like World War II, laws of motion, allergies, or arts & crafts for tons of learning modules to choose from.

English Language Arts


  • XtraMath website
  • Happy Numbers website
  • Prodigy Math (k-8) – Prodigy is a free, online math program that uses a fun video game‐​style interface to engage learners. Users create their characters and conquer challenges while doing math along the way, tied to their skill level and aligned with core competencies.
  • Khan Academy (k-12) – Offers high quality YouTube instructional videos in a wide range of content areas, including all levels of mathematics, English language arts, science, history and SAT preparation. Content is aligned with state curriculum standards, and parents can view and track their children’s progress. Quick Start Video
  • TumbleMath (K-6) - k6 Math Ebook Database

Science & Social Studies

  • Mystery Science link in Assignment sheet (we can't share here- but will post on assignment sheets)

Visual & Performing Arts

  • Art For Kids Hub
    • Kid friendly directed draw videos. They also have a YouTube channel with more drawings, so chances are, if it’s not a free drawing on the site, you can find it on their YouTube channel.
  • Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems at the Kennedy Center
    • Mo Willems, author of the Pigeon books and Elephant and Piggie books, is the Artist-in-Residence at the Kennedy Center. New episodes will be posted each weekday at 1:00 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PST and then remain online to be streamed afterwards).
    • It’s possible the actual Kennedy Center site is overloaded with traffic. Here is a link to the recorded videos Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems YouTube channel

Physical Education & Movement


  • NASA Kids’ Club (k-5) - There’s so much science to discover here, it will keep kids busy for hours! Try the Space Place, where kids can play games, do online crafts, and more, all relating to NASA.
  • Discovery Streaming (k-12)– Immersive Learning for STEM lessons.
  • Scratch (k-12) - An introductory programming website, where kids can learn to create interactive stories, games, and animations through coding, and then share them with others.
  • Tinkercad (k-12)- This is an awesome website for 3-D design, electronics, and coding.
  • Science Snacks - Hands on science activities from the Exploratorium

Extension Activities, Virtual Field Trips, & Learning Games