On-line Resources for At Home Learning

Website Ideas for At Home Learning


Reading :

*www.getepic.com (We use this website in the classroom and love it!  The kids can access thousands of free books.)

*Storyline Online (Several kids books are read aloud.)

*Spokane County Libraries



*www.dreambox.com (They have a free trial for 90 days.)

*Khan Academy (You will get information emailed from me soon.  I have signed the class up for this and will send you log-in details.)


*play.prodigy.com (The kids have accounts with me.  Let me know if you need their log-in information.)

*On-line Flashcards

*The Math Learning Center App (They offer on-line tools to help students understand math.  Our math curriculum, Bridges, is created by the Math Learning Center.  You can also look at their website on-line.)



www.totallythebomb.com (Kids can take virtual tours of our National Parks.)

www.climatetypesforkids.com (This is one of our favorites in class!)


The Happy Scientist

Google Earth

Nasa Kids Club

Zoo Virtual Tours (Google this)

Cinicinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden (Virtual Fieldtrip)

Virtual Field Trips

Mystery Doug (Free Science Videos)


Social Studies:

Museum Virtual Tours (Google this)

Virtual Field Trips




www.scholastic.com/learnathome (Awesome website that includes Social Studies, Science, and Literacy)


*Google “Typing Games”

*Google Slides (We just began to use these in the technology lab to create our insect projects.  Your child might want to use this tool for their at home insect project.  It can be an option.)

*Your kids love to research things in our world!  That can also be an option!

*Kennedy-Center.org (Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems- He is the author of “Elephant and Piggy” and “The Pigeon Rides the Bus.”  At 1:00 pm ET or 10:00 am PST he will explore ways of writing and drawing with kids.

*Gonoodle.com (This is a great website we use sometimes at school.  It provides fun movement activities for the kids.)

*Artsforkidshub.com (drawing lessons)