We know we can’t be with you face-to-face, but that won’t stop us from learning!
Below are links to lessons to KEEP LEARNING!
FAMILY / Pre-K-12
Alabama Partnership for Children – Multiple resources for parents including links to activities, nutrition and physical activity, virtual field trips, and YouTube channels.
Birmingham City Schools – Family resources and activities, plus information for parents of children in Birmingham City Schools.
ReadWorks – Free content, curriculum, and tools to power remote learning resources for families.
Books for Kids Who Worry or Have Anxiety – Many kids and adults find themselves feeling anxious and worrying more than usual. One way to help your kids work through these feelings is with books. Includes information about books and link to Amazon to purchase. The website also includes other resources.
StudyCat – Help your child learn languages at home with games, songs, and spelling lessons. Includes Chinese, English, French, German and Spanish.
Chrome Music Lab – Let your creative juices flow! A free website that makes learning music more accessible through fun, hands-on experiments.
Scholastic Books – The folks at Scholastic Books have opened up their online resources for learning at home. A great resource day-to-day activities to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing.
Libby Mobile App – Looking for something for your or your children to read? Let Libby help. Download the app for access to thousands of ebooks and audiobooks through your local library. You can borrow them, instantly, for free, using your mobile device.
Learn at Home with APT – Click here to see what our friends at Alabama Public Television have planned to help your children learn at home. Programs are colored coded to match grade levels from Pre-K through 12.
Story Mentors – Created by our friends at the Barbara Bush Foundation, Story Mentors is a digital classroom focused on early elementary school aged children who are struggling readers.
PBS – Find MORE THAN 125 FUN AND EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES and games that support parents of 3-8 year olds to help their child(ren) boost their literacy. Scroll to the bottom of the PBS Parents’ Page to select age-specific literacy tips and activities for children aged 2-8.
Speech and Language Therapy Resources – Link to an article with great resources for parents with children who receive speech and language therapy in school to help them keep working at home.
New York Times Article for Parents – Great link to an article referencing authors for young readers are reading their work online and offering drawing tutorials.