This page will continue to be updated as more resources become available.

Please stay tuned for further information!

 

MULTIPLE SUBJECTS / GENERAL RESOURCES

Albert - Middle & High School Core Subjects & Test Prep

🌟🆕🌟 All Digital School - Resources Directory

An online education resource platform that curates lesson plans, materials, educational tech, and comprehensive subject guides for parents and teachers. Use the checkboxes in the left sidebar to filter by category or grade level, and find resources that are free or free during COVID-19.

 

Amazing Educational Resources - All Free!

This extensive list of free educational resources (currently in Google spreadsheet form, website coming soon) is a great one-stop source for learning online with your kiddo(s)!  Check back regularly to learn more, as the page will be updated daily with new finds.

Amazing Educational Resources (Facebook Group)

An educator community to share the good, the bad, and the ugly about the many teacher resources on the internet!

At-Home Learning During School Closure

This website contains recommended activities for all K-12 students to help maintain routine, provide additional practice and keep kids thinking and "doing" during the school closures.  Includes a "BINGO" card that students can fill out to ensure they are getting an appropriate balance of subject material each day.

BrainPop

BrainPOP’s animated movies, assessment resources, and creative tools get students excited about learning and keep them on track with their studies!

High-Impact Strategies for Maximizing Student Learning at Home

IXL Learning

IXL helps students master essential skills at their own pace through fun and interactive questions, built in support, and motivating awards. 

Khan Academy

Khan Academy has a library of standards-aligned lessons covering kindergarten through early college math, grammar, science, history, AP courses, SAT preparation, and more. Students without laptops can access the Khan Academy website or use the Khan Academy app on smart phones.

Khan Academy Kids

Khan Academy Kids (the primary-grades version of Khan Academy) has more than 5,700 activities aligned with first-grade English Language Arts (ELA) and Math Common Core Standards, and more than 80 animated instructional videos.

KiwiCo - At-Home Resources for Kids and their Grownups

Learning Resources, Games. Songs, and Occupational Therapy Activities for Kids

Canadian Children's Therapy is an Occupational Therapy practice run by a former Corvallis resident, Pamela Hood Szivek. Follow her practice's Facebook account as she posts games, resources, and learning tips that are helpful for every child! 

MobyMax

Award-winning MobyMax helps struggling learners quickly catch up to grade level and closes learning gaps for all your students. Find and fix missing skills while keeping your student engaged!

National Emergency Library

A collection of over 1.4 million books that supports emergency remote teaching, research activities, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation while universities, schools, training centers, and libraries are closed! 

Over 30 Virtual Field Trips with Links

Ten of the World's Best Virtual Museum and Gallery Tours

🌟🆕🌟 Varsity Tutors - Virtual School Day

Nearly 200 free, live K-12 classes available all day long intended to help parents fill their children’s day with enriched learning. Some popular classes are "Intro to Spanish for Kids", “Coolest Women in History”, “Java Programming Basics”, and “The Story of Your Favorite Fairy Tales”.

🌟🆕🌟 Varsity Tutors - Virtual Summer Camps

Free half-day summer camps are a week long, with enrichment-based classes in subjects like foreign languages, chess, theater, coding, Minecraft, how to be a detective, photography and more. These live, interactive camps will be taught by expert instructors vetted through Varsity Tutors' platform.

More resources coming soon - please stay tuned!

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