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.”
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Social Emotional Learning activities (K-5)
Daily thematic activities (preK-6+)
Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, and Spanish lessons with assessments (K-12)
Reading and Math activities with ongoing assessment to personalize the instructional level (K-6)
Math, Science, and Social Studies lessons (grades 1-12)
ELA, Math, Science, and Social Studies games (K-12)
Math games (K-5)
Sign up for a 30-day free trial to access 35,000 published books with videos and quizzes (K-6)
6,000 published books with assessments and special education modifications (K-12)
Videos for print handwriting practice
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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Autism New Jersey is following recommendations from the CDC and state Department of Health and is implementing telework and remote meetings for its employees to help reduce the community spread of the coronavirus.
During this time, our 800.4.AUTISM Helpline will remain open. Please leave a message with specific dates and times you are available for a call-back, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also message us via our website, and we’ll aim to reply promptly.
We remain focused on our mission to be a resource for the autism community. With a fluid situation and great uncertainty, we’ll share relevant, accurate information as it becomes available. We encourage you to regularly visit our central hub of coronavirus resources for the autism community.