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Posted On:
Thursday, April 02, 2020
Sites Available During School Closure
The following online resources are additional free resources that students may use at parent’s/guardian’s discretion:

 

PreK-5th Grade Skills Practice

 

http://scholastic.com/learnathome

 

https://family.gonoodle.com

 

https://www.ixl.com/ela/

 

http://nationalgeographic.com

 

https://ixl.com/math/

 

https://khanacademy.org/

 

http://pbskids.org

 

http://www.easttennesseepbs.org/home/

 

www.newsela.com

 

http://abcya.com

 

http://Studyisland.com/pricing/home

 

https://www.teachyourmonstertoread.com

 

www.getepic.com

 

https://adventuresinfamilyhood.com/20-virtual-field-trips-to-take-with-your-kids.htmlfbclid=IwAR3mre1E4JAyAgFXOo1AIkkzwmtJGdnNNFkTV-kcNyCmvEVq5cNyONFZMds

 

http://physed.tv/

 

https://www.home-speech-home.com/twenty-5-minute-speech-therapy-activities-you-can-do-at-home.html

 

https://www.home-speech-home.com/speech-therapy-word-lists.html

 

https://www.kennedy-center.org/education/mo-willems

 

https://www.brainpop.com/

 

https://www.virtualfieldtrips.org/

 

https://www.storyplace.org/

 

https://www.funwithspot.com/

 

https://www.quia.com/pages/havemorefun.html

 

http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/tongue-twisters

 

https://whimsyworkshopteaching.com/directed-drawing-videos/?fbclid=IwAR2rs_8XpNzcFsar8oPmYhqyxBivtFZEpttFbmQBMYMQyeTQn0-mWZ_QzI4

 

https://figurethis.nctm.org/index.html

 

http://www.mathgametime.com/

 

https://www.timeforkids.com/

 

https://www.ducksters.com/

 

https://zensationalkids.com/resources/free-tools-for-students/

 

 

PreK-2

 

www.abcmouse.com/redeem

 

https://readyrosie.com/en/tn/

 

Grades 3-8

 

www.adventureacademy.com/redeem

 

Grades 3-8

 

www.readyIQ.com/redeem

Use Code: school7353

Zearn Math- See directions at the end of the document

 

 

6-8 Grade Skill Practice

 

https://www.ixl.com/ela/

https://www.khanacademy.org/

https://www.commonlit.org/

https://www.multiplication.com/

https://www.readworks.org/

https://tnlearn.pbslearningmedia.org/

https://www.ixl.com/math/

www.freerice.com

http://openculture.com/free_K-12_educational_resources

 www.scholastic.com/learnathome

http://physed.tv/

https://www.kennedy-center.org/education/mo-willems

 https://www.virtualfieldtrips.org/

https://whimsyworkshopteaching.com/directed-drawing-videos/?fbclid=IwAR2rs_8XpNzcFsar8oPmYhqyxBivtFZEpttFbmQBMYMQyeTQn0-mWZ_QzI4

 http://www.mathgametime.com/

https://www.timeforkids.com/

https://adventuresinfamilyhood.com/20-virtual-field-trips-to-take-with-your-kids.html?fbclid=IwAR3mre1E4JAyAgFXOo1AIkkzwmtJGdnNNFkTV-kcNyCmvEVq5cNyONFZMds

Zearn Math- See directions at the end of the document

 

 

Zearn Math:

For students that don't have existing Zearn accounts: We can get them set up in a few easy steps. Follow the instructions below.

 

Creating your Adult Account

Go to https://about.zearn.org/ and click on "Get Started" at the top right of the page. Then select "Sign Up". On the next page, click on the circle labeled "I'm an Adult"

In the form on the next page, you'll enter your personal information. Make sure to enter an email address that you have access to, and that you write down your password. Your email address will be your username in later steps. After entering that information, click "Next"

On the next form, you'll click on the tab labeled "Other", enter your zip code, select "Homeschool" from the dropdown list of schools, and then click on the button labeled "One more thing". Once you read through these you'll move on by clicking on the button labeled "I accept"

Verifying your Adult Account

We'll send an email to the address you entered. You'll want to find this email and click on the blue button labeled "Verify your email" NOTE: You must complete this step to access your account. If you can't find this email please reach out to us at support@zearn.org

Once you click on the verify button, you'll be brought to the login page. Here you'll enter your username (this is your email address) and your password

Creating your Student's Account

After logging in, you'll click on "Roster" found on the top right side of the page. Then follow the on-screen instructions for adding a class, starting by clicking on the "Add Class" button. Name your class and select the grade that your student is in. If you have multiple students, don't worry, you can set them to different grades in a later step. Click "Create class" to continue.

Now that your class is created, you'll want to add your students by clicking on the "Add students" button. In the box shown on the screen, simply type in your student's first and last name. If you have multiple students, just put each one on their own line. On this page, you'll also want to take a note of your Class Code, shown in the circle on the left side of the screen. This 6-character Class Code will be used later

After entering your student information and clicking next, you'll have a chance to set up student usernames and passwords, as well as select different grade levels if you have multiple students. The most important thing is that a student's username and password is easy for them to remember. If the username you wanted is already taken, try adding a number to the end.

Setting your Student's Assignment

On the next page, you'll choose the lesson that your student starts on. Don't worry, we have a list of where students should start based on their grade below. Once you've reviewed the starting point, enter the grade, mission, and topic, and click "Finish"

Kindergarten: Set to the beginning of digital activities.

Grade 1: Use this time to strengthen place value understanding with an introductory mission to place value. Set students to Mission 2, Topic A.

Grade 2: Use this time to strengthen place value understanding with a more complex mission on place value. Set students to Mission 3, Topic A.

Grade 3: Use this to build foundational understanding of multiplication and division strategies. Set students to Mission 3, Topic A.

Grade 4: Use this to develop a more sophisticated understanding of multiplication and division strategies. Set students to Mission 3, Topic A.

Grade 5: Use this to develop a more sophisticated understanding of base ten operations. Set students to Mission 2 , Topic A.

Congratulations! Your student's account is set up. Now all they need to do is navigate to https://www.zearn.org/ and enter the username and password that you set up for them. The very first time they log in, they'll be prompted to enter the 6-character Class Code we wrote down in an earlier step, make sure to have it handy!

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