Brainpop is offering free access to all resources on their websites to schools for distance learning. The school can set up an account or individual teachers can set up their own. This is the link to set up free access https://go.brainpop.com/accessrequest
Quizizz has free gamified quizzes for every subject to play in class and at home. Pick an existing quiz or create your own for review, formative assessment, and more. Free for students and teachers.
Ted Ed has access to hundreds of TED-Ed Animations and TED Talks - designed to spark the curiosity of your learners of all ages. You'll also find thousands of other video-based lessons organized by the subjects you teach. Add interactive questions, discussion topics and more to your favorite TED-Ed Animations, TED talks or any video on YouTube. You can share the lessons with your students online and track the results.
Students practice at their own pace, first filling in gaps in their understanding and then accelerating their learning. Tons of great lessons and resources!
IXL is here to support students, parents, and educators through school closures and beyond. From implementation guides to parent communication strategies, IXL has everything you need to keep students learning from home.
This is a link to the Scholastic website and access to all of their free lessons and resources during this time.
Education.com has free access to resources to help facilitate at-home learning and they will continue to share new educational resources in the coming weeks.
This website has links to virtual field trips and tons of other activities to keep students learning. For use by teachers, parents, and kids: fun websites, games, apps, and hands-on activities to assist and extend the distance learning for students in K-5.