•  Additional At-Home Ideas, Resources and Activities for Students

     

    •  Example Daily Schedule

     

    •  Virtual Field Trips
      • A downloadable PDF from Caroline County Public Schools with links for over 30 Virtual Field Trips

     

     

    • Livestream Doodles
      • Author Mo Willems (Elephant and Piggie) a Livestream doodle every weekday! CLICK HERE to participate

     

     

     

    • TK-6 Free Educational Resources:
      • Before going digital, consider the following options

        • Independent or shared reading
        • Creative writing or journaling
        • Artistic/creative options -- drawing, painting, play-doh, puzzles, legos, music, dress up, etc.
        • Math journal -- what math problems can you create as you look around your house (There are 15 pairs of socks, how many individual socks are there? How many more white than blue?)
      • SmartMusic (www.smartmusic.com) - explore your inner musician
      • Math - San Francisco Unified School District Math Department:  K-5 Lessons for Home Learning  (http://www.sfusdmath.org/)
      • Mystery Science (https://mysteryscience.com/school-closure-planning)
      • Scholastic (https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome.html) - reading activities planned out for parents
      • Listenwise (listenwise.com) - listen & learn! (3rd-12th grade)
      • Libby (https://www.overdrive.com/apps/libby) - use the app or the website in conjunction with your library card to download books and/or audiobooks.
      • TypingClub (https://www.typingclub.com/)- learn to type!
    • 7th - 8th Grade Free Learning Resources

      • Before jumping in to lots of screen time, consider the following options: 
        • Independent or shared reading -- ask about favorite authors or read a book together
        • Creative activities involving music, art, poetry, dance
        • a reading or writing task associated with English or history
        • a teaching opportunity for science (i.e., students teach others a concept or phenomenon that they’ve learned).  
      • Visit these educational websites:
        • Khan Academy  (http://khanacademy.org) - SAT, ACT, AP prep, and content lessons
        • Scholastic (https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome.html)- reading activities
        • Fiveable (https://app.fiveable.me) - AP Reviews by subject
        • Libby (https://www.overdrive.com/apps/libby) - use the app or the website in conjunction with your library card to download books and/or audiobooks.
        • Listenwise (listenwise.com)- listen & learn! (3rd-12th grade)
        • SmartMusic (www.smartmusic.com)- explore your inner musician
        • TypingClub (www.typingclub.com)- learn to type!