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Parent Resources for Teaching and Learning at Home


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Parent Resources for Teaching and Learning at Home
This is a go-to source for technology resources for teachers, parents and students. Find instructions on how to access school technology, as well as sites that can be explored for supplemental and extended learning. This page has been curated by our Curriculum and Instruction and Technology Departments, so you know it has been thoroughly reviewed for student safety, education, and interactivity.
For information about technology needed to access district resources, please see our FAQ Page. 
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Thanks to our media specialists for compiling these amazing resources for reading, readers, authors, and special events.  Check back frequently for new information. Feel free to look at all levels!
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 Click on Daily Schedule to find a huge range of grade-based activities to occupy kids with everything from math to movement—from the time they wake up 'til bedtime. And to keep things simple, the offerings are all free, all easy to do, and various lengths to fit your schedule. Try the Cookie Boogie first thing in the morning, watch live animal cams in the afternoon, and spend your evening learning to juggle. Get started
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A message and resources from our partners at Challenge Success:
"During these uncertain times with school closures and significant shifts away from normal routines, many people have expressed concerns about the impact on students’ academic journeys. I want to encourage parents, educators, and students in the Challenge Success family to remember the big picture. This is a time to focus on — and be grateful for — your family’s safety, health, and well-being. Make building strong family relationships a priority. Reach out to neighbors, friends, and others in your community to check in, offer support, and connect virtually. We will get through this together.
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Art, Literature, and Media Links
All the Virtual Concerts, Plays, Museums, and Other Culture You can Enjoy at Home:
A Pandemic Journal, with running dispatches from the New York Review of Books writers, documenting the outbreak around the world:
20 of the Best Books on Hoopla Right Now:
A Podcast Playlist to Distract You:
What to Watch, Read and Listen to During Your Coronavirus Self-Quarantine:
#ColorOurCollections, free coloring pages compiled by the New York Academy of Medicine of many libraries, museums, and other cultural institutions (Coloring for Adults):
Kids' Activities Links
Online Coloring Games for Kids:
18 Totally Free Educational Resources for Kids Stuck at Home:
Eric Carle Reads The Very Hungry Caterpillar:
Pete the Cat Club Instagram Live stories:
Exercising Links
Fitness Studios and Gyms Offering Live-Stream Workouts During the Coronavirus Outbreak:
Nancy Sulla an experienced educator who will have great strategies for you to consider to help your home workflow, and letting your students take charge of their learning. Through this link you may participate in webinars to help you as parents make the transition to "home-based learning." 
You can find more information about the 8 Elements of Homebased Learning at