Homeschooling during Coronavirus Quarantine

March 18, 2020

Elizabeth Neumann, M.A., BCaBA, our Director of Education and Training, has curated the following list of resources that may be of interest for learning from home. She advises, “Don’t worry about the grade level indicated. Rather, find the resources that seems best suited for the student.”

Boardmaker
Sign up for a 30-day free trial to create visual supports and picture schedules.

Centervention
Social Emotional Learning activities (K-5)

Scholastic
Daily thematic activities (preK-6+)

IXL
Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, and Spanish lessons with assessments (K-12)

Adapted Mind
Reading and Math activities with ongoing assessment to personalize the instructional level (K-6)

CK12
Math, Science, and Social Studies lessons (grades 1-12)

Breakout EDU 
ELA, Math, Science, and Social Studies games (K-12)

SplashLearn
Math games (K-5)

Epic
Sign up for a 30-day free trial to access 35,000 published books with videos and quizzes (K-6)

Lightsail
6,000 published books with assessments and special education modifications (K-12)

Handwriting Heroes
Videos for print handwriting practice

Mystery Science
Science videos and activities (K-5)

San Diego Zoo
Animal information, stories, videos, activities, games (K-5)

Author Mo Willems 
Fans of the Elephant and Pigeon books will enjoy this daily doodling and story time  (preK-4)


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