These online learning resources are intended to provide an educational reprieve for parents who are now juggling working from home with schooling their children. These links are in no way a complete curriculum, but we hope they will complement your child’s school studies. *Please defer to your child’s teachers and school administration in regards to all curriculum.
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San Diego County Heatlh and Human Services Agency (HHSA) and Live Well San Diego are partnering with 2-1-1 San Diego to make sure that families have access to internet services. Distance learning and teleworking have made internet access more important than ever!
Many of our students in the CVESD already use this great learning platform for English Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies. If they have a login, this is a great resource that is already being provided by your child’s school district.
From Age of Learning: [We are] offering families at affected schools free at-home access to ABCmouse, a learning resource for ages 2 to 8; Adventure Academy, is open for students ages 8 to 13; and ReadingIQ, a digital library and literacy platform is available for children 12 and under.
*Intended for independent learners in grades 6-12. A myriad of free courses relating to engineering and computer sciences.
Visit educational insights to find printable worksheets, schedule samples, and activities by age group.
Find help, resources, and tips for remote learning with your special needs child/children.
Visit Kate Messner’s site to view a growing resource library for preschoolers through grade 12. Library includes mini lessons, read aloud stories, picture books, activities and more! *site says she will be adding and updating frequently!
The Journal has compiled a list of resources for students and educators with 19 pages worth of links for you and your child to explore.