Free Links Offered to Help Students at Home

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Take advantage of free sources available during this difficult time!

Many companies have offered their services for free to the multitude of students learning at home.  This opportunity opens more doors to what you or your child can learn about, talk about, read or write about. 

PBS: This is Channel Thirteen's website. You can find educational shows, cartoons, newscasts, and anything else you would find on channel 13.

Audible: This is a site with a multitude of stories and books read outloud for your listening pleasure. Give it a look there are many titles available and many interest areas represented

Brentwood Library: This website is open to students with library cards. it has books and other activities you can read or watch.

San Diego Zoo: This is a website just for kids with videos, activities and games.

Canadian Virtual Farm Tour: This website has 11 virtual tours from farms in Canada from: Minks, pigs, eggs, dairy to name a few.

Fun Brain: This is a website with games in math and reading.

Splash Math: You will have to sign up for this but it is free. Practice math problems for grades K through 5

Seussville: Read, play games and hangout with Dr. Seuss. Fun website

National Geographic for Kids: This website has games, animal videos, podcasts and books to read all for elementary students.

Storyline Online:   A variety of stories/books read by celebrities.

abcya:  A website of fun math and reading games.

Mystery Doug:  Pretty cool website where Doug takes questions from students over the phone and answers the question with examples, video, and explorations. Usually followed by an activity.

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