Parents’ Guide to Tik Toc Who are the TikTokers that my kids are following?
Open Access to K-12 Resources Free open access to all Kindergarten – Grade 12 resources (most until the end of June 2020). Please Note – you will need the app: VitalSource Bookshelf to download text books.
Current events – Different reading levels Newslea can help students improve their reading comprehension and keep them current with what is happening in our nation and the world. Newsela Social Studies, Newsela Science, and The Newsela SEL Collection are free through the 2019/2020 school year. (Teacher registers first.)
Free eBook Library Oxford Reading: 100 free eBooks for children aged 3–11 years old. Check which level is right for your child with this simple test from Read with Oxford.
Projects: Annotated Bibliography Book Review Collaborative Story Media-Rich Research Paper Super Simple Blog Table Choose Your Own Adventure Story E-Book Magazine Museum Kiosk Short Film Video Tutorial Peer Survey Feedback Form Quiz Data Sets – Visual Representation
Online Books Free online stories until the end of June 2020. (Requires an invitation by your child’s teacher.)
Audio Books & Podcasts Free audiobooks for children while schools are closed.
Exceptional & Practical Content Virtual Field Trips Apps & Websites Digital Citizenship Lessons Free Online Events & Activities for Kids at Home Common Sense Media is a non-profit organization founded in 2013 to “provide education and advocacy to families to promote safe technology and media for children.” (Wikipedia)
Calm App Compatibility: Android & iOS The Calm app offers soothing sounds and music, breathing visuals, and sleep stories. The first 7 days are free. After that, if you want the all of the resources, you have to subscribe. Of course you can continue using the free resources on the app. Also, there are some …