Resources

The Arizona Department of Education (ADE) in cooperation with educators from across the State of Arizona have complied a “Virtual Resource  Hub” to assist you as you plan for non-traditional instruction including synchronous (class groups) and asynchronous (independent) teaching and learning.  Any references obtained from this site to a specific product, process or service does not constitute or imply an endorsement by PESI or the ADE of the product, process or service, or its producer or provider.  The views and opinions expressed in any referenced document do not necessarily state or reflect those of PESI or ADE.   * If these resources are recommended to parents of preschoolers, adults should be encouraged to participate with their child and should limit screen time for young children as much as possible.
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Grade Level Subject Name Description Link Date Added
K-3 General PBS Kids Educational games and videos from Curious George, Wild Kratts and other PBS KIDS shows! Link 3/18/2020
K-12 General PBS Learning Media Virtual resources, videos, and lesson plan examples for teachers and parents to use at no cost. Link 3/25/2020
PreK-12 General Khan Academy Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. They tackle math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and morea nonprofit with the mission to provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere. Link 3/18/2020
K-3 General PBS Kids Educational games and videos from Curious George, Wild Kratts and other PBS KIDS shows! LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 General PBS Learning Media Virtual resources, videos, and lesson plan examples for teachers and parents to use at no cost. LINK 3/25/2020
PreK*-12 General Khan Academy Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. They tackle math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and morea nonprofit with the mission to provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere. LINK 3/18/2020
K-8 General National Geographic Kids   LINK 3/18/2020
K-6 General 100 best Educational Shows to Stream on Netflix 100 best Educational Shows to Stream on Netflix LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 General Typing.com A website for keyboarding, digital literacy and coding targeted at K-12 students LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 General Code.org Code.org provides the leading curriculum for K-12 computer science in the largest school districts in the United States LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 & Higher Ed. General 450 free courses from Ivy League schools A list of a variety of MOOCs offered by major universities. LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 General Virtual Field Trips Several virtual field trips of museums and more LINK 3/18/2020
3-12 General We Are Teachers 26 Must-Watch TED Talks to Spark Student Discussions LINK 3/18/2020
ALL General Open Library What an amazing site! This is the perfect time to pick up a book read for enjoyment! Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. LINK 3/18/2020
All Assistive Technology for Reading and Writing Control Alt Achieve A site that provides guidance on using Google Chrome extensions for text to speech and speech to text. LINK 3/18/2020
K-3 ELA- Reading and Writing Reading Rockets Resources on best practices for teaching reading. LINK 3/18/2020
PreK*-6 ELA- Reading and Writing Scholastic Scholasitc Learn at Home: Resources for teachers LINK 3/18/2020
PreK*-3 ELA- Reading and Writing Starfall Starfall.com® opened in September 2002 as a free public service to teach children to read. Since then it has expanded to include language arts and mathematics for preschool, kindergarten, first grade, second grade, and third grade LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 ELA- Reading and Writing Read Works FREE content, curriculum, and tools to power teaching and learning from Kindergarten to 12th Grade LINK 3/18/2020
PreK*-6 ELA- Reading and Writing ABC Ya ABCya provides over 400 fun and educational games that are aligned with Common Core Standards for grades PreK through 6. LINK 3/18/2020
K-8 ELA- Reading and Writing Learning Heroes Learning Heroes partners with some of the most trusted education and parent organizations to help save you time and bring you the best resources all in one place LINK 3/18/2020
3-12 ELA- Reading and Writing Common Lit CommonLit is a nonprofit education technology organization dedicated to ensuring that all students, especially students in Title I schools, graduate with the reading, writing, communication, and problem-solving skills they need to be successful in college and beyond. LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 ELA- Reading and Writing National Center on Improving Literacy As many places in the US and around the world are worried about school closures and having to stay home to combat the novel coronavirus, here are some resources and activities you can do when your child is unable to attend school. LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 ELA- Reading and Writing PBS Learning Media Access to texts, videos, and resources for teachers of all grade-levels. LINK 3/18/2020
PreK-3 ELA- Reading and Writing Florida Cener for Reading Research The Florida Center for Reading Research (FCRR) is a multidisciplinary research center at Florida State University. FCRR explores all aspects of reading research—basic research into literacy-related skills for typically developing readers and those who struggle, studies of effective prevention and intervention, and psychometric work on formative assessment.

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PreK*-6 ELA- Reading and Writing Scholastic Reading and connected activities. LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 ELA- Reading and Writing NewsELA Provides articles on compelling topics at multiple reading and grade levels. It is a great tool for finding reading assignments and prompts for readers of all grades and ability levels. LINK 3/18/2020
5-8 ELA- Reading and Writing Inspiring Middle School Literacy This site, hosted by PBS, provides engaging content and activities for use with struggling middle school readers. LINK 3/18/2020
3-12 ELA- Reading and Writing Writable Resources for teaching writing and writing types at all grade levels. LINK 3/18/2020
5-12 ELA- Reading and Writing Grammar Bytes A fun site with grammar exercises, handouts, and teacher resources. LINK 3/18/2020
3-4 ELA- Reading and Writing Nouvelle ELA ELA activities and supports for students in 3rd-4th grade LINK 3/18/2020
K-3 ELA- Reading and Writing Make Way for Books Arizona not-for-profit literacy organziatoin that provides resources for teachers to assist in the teaching of reading. LINK 3/18/2020
K-3 ELA- Reading and Writing Unite for Literacy Online books for early readers with a read aloud option LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 ELA- Reading and Writing Maricopa County Library Free access to e-books and audiobooks through the Maricopa County Library system. LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 ELA- Reading and Writing Project Gutenberg Provides free access to over 60,000 classic texts online. LINK 3/23/2020
K-5 ELA- Reading and Writing National Geographic Kids Provides free videos, games, and resources that can be used as informational text and to build background knowledge. LINK 3/23/2020
10-12 (AP English) ELA- Reading and Writing Marco Learning’s Free AP Resources Provides multi-week resources for AP English students. LINK  
K-12 Math Exploding Dots Interactive and engaging math problem solving for all grades. Great activities to continue learning at home. guidance on website on how to use with individual students at home. LINK 3/18/2020
K-5 Math Splash Learn Math Practice, Enrichment and Games LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 Math youcubed Check out the tasks and more. Great parent learning resources as well. Also a ton of great math tasks that students could work on at home. Remember there is a fREE online class for students on how to learn math. LINK 3/18/2020
6-12 Math Mathalicious Real-world lessons for middle school and high school. LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 Math Estimation 180 What a great site to send students to! Building number sense one day at a time. This site has awesome activities that a student could really think about and could really empower their estimation skills LINK 3/18/2020
3-5 Math Bowland Maths Imaginative resources for rich problem solving in secondary school mathematics LINK 3/18/2020
  Math Real World Math Real World Math is a collection of free math activities for Google Earth designed for students and educators. In the virtual world of Google Earth, concepts and challenges can be presented in a meaningful way that portray the usefulness of the ideas. LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 Math Illuminations (NCTM) Interactive lessons LINK 3/18/2020
K-8 Math National LIbrary of Virtual Manipulatives Virtual manipulatives LINK 3/18/2020
K-5 Math Zearn Math Teachers can set up a class. Zearn Math offers “instruction” with a virtual teacher and games and activities. Zearn Math has set up webinars for parents and caregivers. LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 Math Math Teaching Includes lesson plans, games and more LINK 3/18/2020
K-7 Math GregTangMath math games for all grades LINK 3/18/2020
6-12 Math Desmos Free Online Calculators, activities and webinars for teachers. LINK 3/18/2020
3-12 Math Texas Instruments There are downloads, activities, professional development opportunities and general resources including test prep. LINK 3/18/2020
PreK*-5 Math The Math Learning Center Great resources and ideas for teaching during this time of nontraditional instruction. Geared to PreK-5 families LINK 3/18/2020
1-6 Math Boddle Learning Boddle provides adaptive math practice & assessments all through a fun game. LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 Math NRICH Secondary Curriculum, Tasks, PD and more LINK 3/18/2020
Teachers Science Resources STEM Teaching Tools Guidance Supporting Students’ Science Learning During COVID-19 School Closures Guidance for Families: How can families support student science learning at home? Guidance for Students: How can you continue science learning at home? LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 Science Resources NEED energy learning games, activities, videos LINK 3/18/2020
MS Science Resources BSCS Science Learning Materials designed for the classroom that are available for free download. LINK 3/18/2020
K-MS Science Resources Sandbox Fun, and engaging STEM videos Tools work best if you take time to explore each connected resource Site is organized by music, so it can be hard to navigate resources to specific needs LINK 3/18/2020
K-5 Science Resources NASA Climate Kids Toolbox for learning about global climate change LINK 3/18/2020
K-5 Science Resources Mystery Science Students can explore different activities, including videos and games LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 Science Resources PhET Varied topics across contents and grades Great to visualize demonstrations and labs that may require a lot of time and equipment Not as compelling as real-world simulations, many tools require Java LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 Science Resources NOVA Documentaries and supporting activities let students experience science as scientists May need to include a pre-video activity to engage students throughout the whole documentary NOVA’s amount of resources can be overwhelming LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 Science Resources National Science Digital Libary lesson plans, primary sources, activities, homework assignments and more LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 Science Resources National Geographic Geography lessons that are rooted in weather, animal science, history, and culture Resources like activities, videos, photos, interactive maps, guides, etc. Not personaliz-able, no way of tracking visits LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 Science Resources Going 3D with GRC lesson 3-Dimensional Classroom Lessons LINK 3/18/2020
9-12 Science Resources NASA Climate Good for ecology and earth science courses Great site to help students learn how to debate claims by using scientific evidence Actionable resources, clear citations Information can be overwhelming and not easily searchable LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 Science Resources Skype a Scientist Skype a Scientist- matching to families at home Are you willing to talk science with a socially distancing family? LINK 3/18/2020
K-MS Science Resources PBS Kids – Design engineering challenges directions for how to build various machines videos of other peoples’ inventions LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 Science Resources GLOBE Observer an international network of citizen scientists and scientists working together to learn more about our shared environment and changing climate LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 Science Resources Council of State Science Supervisors- English Version Sample learning menu for home learning activities. Consider providing districts with home learning activities that include options that depend on low or no technology that focus on students’ interests and the world around them. LINK 3/23/2020
K-12 Science Resources Council of State Science Supervisors- Spanish Version La estrategia de usar menús de aprendizaje: Considere ofrecer a los distritos recursos educativos que incluyan opciones que dependen poco o nada en el uso de tecnología en el hogar y que se centren en los intereses de los estudiantes y el mundo que los rodea. LINK 3/23/2020
K-12 Science Resources Council of State Science Supervisors- Arabic Version ستراتیجیة قائمة التعلم: ضع في اعتبارك تزوید الأحیاء بخیارات لأنشطة التعلم منخفضة أو معدومة في المنزل التي تركز على اهتمامات الطلاب والعالم من حولهم. یمكن للولایات والمدارس توفیر أنشطة قائمة التعلم كخیارات للطرق لمواصلة الطلاب التعلم في المنزل مع أسرهم وأقرانهم. LINK 3/23/2020
K-12 Computer Science Code.org Learning computer science when schools are closed LINK 3/18/2020
3-12 Computer Science Girls Who Code CS educational activities Girls Who Code at Home 3/24/2020
Teachers Educational Technology Platforms & Resource Lists Ed Tech team This resource has collated multiple links for using technology during NTI days LINK 3/18/2020
Teachers Educational Technology Platforms & Resource Lists Edmodo Online collaboration tool. Distance Learning Toolkit complied to assist school communities with non-traditional instruction (NTI). Edmodo is always free LINK 3/18/2020
Teachers Educational Technology Platforms & Resource Lists Screencastify A tutorial on how to use this Chrome extension to record/speak over your screen. In addition, this link includes a Beginner’s Guide to Screencastify In this link, Screencastify has specific recommendations for creating content LINK 3/18/2020
Teachers Educational Technology Platforms & Resource Lists FlipGrid Students/teachers/parents can share via selfie videos. LINK 3/18/2020
Teachers Educational Technology Platforms & Resource Lists EdPuzzle A way to flip your classroom. Free for teachers, but check the last resource in this category for access to more free features. LINK 3/18/2020
Teachers Educational Technology Platforms & Resource Lists Google Classroom Allows for building interactive lessons and more LINK 3/18/2020
Teachers Educational Technology Platforms & Resource Lists Google youtube Join Jennie Magiera, Global Head of Education Impact, as we outline common challenges, and offer quick tips for implementing distance learning through technology. LINK 3/18/2020
Teachers Educational Technology Platforms & Resource Lists Google Meet Video conference with students during the closure! This video will get you started. LINK 3/18/2020
Teachers Educational Technology Platforms & Resource Lists Edublogs Resources to assist teachers in setting up online learning LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 & Higher Ed. Educational Technology Platforms & Resource Lists Kahoot Game-based learning tool LINK 3/18/2020
Teachers Educational Technology Platforms & Resource Lists Microsoft Teams 3 reasons to use Microsoft teams in your classroom anl instruction (NTI). This is a collaborative platform that helps manage multiple groups and projects. If your district/site has Microsoft Teams, you can include your students to create online instruction. LINK 3/18/2020
Teachers Educational Technology Platforms & Resource Lists WriteReader Students are able to create online books. LINK 3/18/2020
All Educational Technology Platforms & Resource Lists PDF Escape Convert any pdf into a fillable document using “PDF Escape” www.pdfescape.com 3/18/2020
Teachers Educational Technology Platforms & Resource Lists Peardeck Lesson design, quizzes, etc. Works with Google Suite and Microsoft LINK 3/18/2020
6-12 Social Studies iCivics Resources for teaching Civics through interactive games. Requires setting up a free log in account LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 Social Studies Facing History Facing Ourselves Materials for K-12 teacher supporting the shift to distance learning including webinars on how to teach digitally. Site has a full resource library on both History and ELA topics and literature. Link is a teacher launch page. LINK 3/18/2020
7-12 Social Studies Choices Teaching with the News-Resources for teaching World History, Current Issues, and American History LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 Social Studies Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Support for teaching Economics and Personal Finance including the Kiddynomics resource designed for young children. LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 Social Studies EconEdLink Materials for teaching ecnomics and personal finance- includes a great section on using childrens literature for an ELA connection to Economics LINK 3/18/2020
7-12 Social Studies Standford History Education Group Resources to engage students in historical inquiry using primary sources. World and U.S. History supports and materials. Requires a free log in LINK 3/18/2020
7-12 Social Studies COR- Civic Online Reasoning Resources to teach students how to evaluate online information. LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 Social Studies New York Times- The Learning Network Resources to support teachers in teaching students using the New York Times. Great information on teaching visual literacy, blogs and student competitions and contests. Free log in and account set up LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 General Instruction World and Native Languages 6 Top Tech Tools for World Language Classes Edutopia: Technology Integration – 6 Top Tech Tools for World Language Classes – See how to adapt popular apps to get students speaking, listening, reading, and write. By Elena Spathis LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 General Instruction World and Native Languages College Board – Supporting Student Learning during School Closure A one-page overview of how AP teachers can use the free, daily online practice in AP Classroom to check student understanding of each topic and skill in the AP course and ensure that students are well prepared for exam day. LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 General Instruction World and Native Languages Edutopia’s 5-step Guide to Making Instructional Videos Edutopia Blended Learning: A 5-Step Guide to Making Your Own Instructional Videos – Replacing your lectures with self-made videos can boost students’ engagement and free you up to work with them directly. By Kareem Farah, Robert Barnett LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 General Instruction World and Native Languages Temporary Free Access to Zoom for K-12 Schools Zoom is temporarily lifting the 40-minute time limit on free Basic accounts for schools affected by the Coronavirus. Here’s how to get access for your school. LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 Novice World and Native Languages BBC Languages Online videos and activities for novice level learners for multiple languages. LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 Novice Intermediate World and Native Languages Microsoft Digital Literacy Novice to Intermediate digital literacy lessons in multiple languages. LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 Novice Intermediate Advanced World and Native Languages COERLL Language learning lessons in multiple languages and levels all linked from this one page. LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 Cultural Competence World and Native Languages Virtual Field trips and experiences A comprehensive list from CNN of virtual museum tours, concerts, performances, and more. LINK 3/18/2020
K-12 Novice Intermediate Advanced World and Native Languages Arizona Department of Education Archived World Languages Newsletters This link contains all the archived newsletters from the 2019-2020 school year. Each newsletter is filled with resources and links for all levels of language learning. The newsletters also contain activities that can be modified for online learning settings. LINK 3/18/2020
All Special Education- Math Practical Money Skills These important financial lessons are for students wtih special needs. Educators can customize lesson plans to best fit their students’ needs and learning styles.   3/24/2020
All Special Education- Math Chalk Math Chalk Math has five unique sections that allow students to complete their own math assignments without the need to write. LINK 3/24/2020
All Special Education- Reading Rewordify A powerful, free, online software that improves reading, learning, and teaching. This site can intelligently simplify difficult English for faster comprehension, effectively teach words for building a better vocabulary, and help teachers save time and produce engaging lessons. LINK 3/24/2020
All Special Education- Reading Natural Reader Natural Reader is a professional text-to-speech program that converts any written text into spoken words. The free version is functional; the paid versions of Natural Reader have more features. LINK 3/24/2020
All Special Education- Reading Text Compactor This free online summarization tool was created to help struggling readers process overwhelming amounts of information. However, the general approach will help any busy student, teacher, or professional. LINK 3/24/2020
All Ages Special Education- Reading Read Aloud Read Aloud is a Chrome and Firefox extension that uses text-to-speech technology to convert webpage text to audio. It works on a variety of websites, including news sites, blogs, fan fiction, publications, textbooks, school and class websites, online universities, and course materials. LINK 3/24/2020
Beginning Readers of All Ages Special Education- Reading Tar Heel Reader Tar Heel Reader is a collection of free, easy-to-read, and accessible books on a wide range of topics. Each book can be speech-enabled and accessed using multiple interfaces. LINK 3/20/2020
K-4 Emergent Readers Special Education- Reading Storyline Online Storyline Online streams videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations. Readers include Viola Davis, Chris Pine, Lily Tomlin, Kevin Costner, Annette Bening, James Earl Jones, Betty White, and dozens more. LINK 3/20/2020
3-12 Special Education- Writing Google Docs: Voice Typing This is a feature in the Chrome browser that allows you to type and edit by speaking in Google Docs or in Google Slides speaker notes. LINK 3/24/2020
All Special Education- Writing MindMeister MindMeister is digital graphic organizer. It’s a helpful organization tool, as kids can use it to organize ideas with visual mind maps, diagrams, and pictures. LINK 3/24/2020
Special Education- Social, Behavior, Communication Special Education- Writing        
Students of all ages with autism and related disabilities Special Education- Writing CARD Visual Supports Learn why and how to make a variety of visual supports that can be used at home or at school. LINK 3/20/2020
Students of all ages with autism and related disabilities Special Education- Writing PBISWorld Social Script Learn why and how to create social stories to address academic, social, behavioral, and life skills. LINK 3/20/2020
All Ages Special Education- Writing Illinois Autism Partnership School Closure Toolkit This toolkit includes visual supports for children with autism and other disabilities to use during the COVID-19 school closures. LINK 4/7/2020
Students who use or want to learn ASL Special Education- Sign Language ASL Storytelling 20+ signed video read alouds from the Educational Resource Center on Deafness. Stories include the classic favorites: The Snowy Day, Heckedy Peg, Is Your Mama a Llama, The Little Red Hen, and more. LINK 3/24/2020
Students who use or want to learn ASL Special Education- Sign Language Unite for Literacy Unite Books are short, colorful, and easy to understand with picture/text format and narration in many languages, including American Sign Language. Read online or download the app. LINK 3/24/2020
Students who use or want to learn ASL Special Education- Sign Language Center for Literacy and Deafness Songs and Stories Online Center for Literacy and Deafness (CLAD) has created a variety of videos to help young children gain a foundation in American Sign Language (ASL). The videos can be used with all children. LINK 3/24/2020
All Special Education- Sign Language Checklist for Teaching Deaf Students Online From the National Deaf Center, a checklist for teaching deaf students online. This checklist helps educators meet their needs and helps to ensure compliance with the law. LINK 4/1/2020
All Special Education- Students with Significant Disabilities Help Kidz Learn iPad and Android Apps Choice-making; life skills; switch accessible for students with physical disabilities; suitable with students with intellectual disabilities. Many are FREE including a virtual sensory room. LINK 3/24/2020
K-12 Special Education- Students with Significant Disabilities Do2Learn: Educational Resources for Special Kids Do2learn provides thousands of free pages with social skills and behavioral regulation activities and guidance, learning songs and games, communication cards, academic material, and transition guides for employment and life skills. LINK 3/20/2020
7-12 Special Education- Secondary Transition Transition “Starters” for Everyone Articles, guides, and online training for specific audiences: general, parents, professionals, students. LINK 3/25/2020
7-12 Special Education- Secondary Transition The Job Center A website for youth and adults that provides activities relating to employment and independent living. LINK 3/25/2020
7-12 Special Education- Secondary Transition Get Ready for College: A Resource for Teens with Disabilities A free series of online lessons that focus on college preparation, selection, and the disability services process. Appropriate for youth, family members, and professionals. LINK 3/25/2020
7-12 Special Education- Secondary Transition Career Interests Game A game designed to help students match interests and skills with similar careers. LINK 3/25/2020
7-12 Special Education- Secondary Transition Soft Skills to Pay the Bills The Office of Disability Employment Policy curriculum focused on teaching workforce readiness skills. LINK 3/25/2020
All Special Education- Secondary Transition ADE Secondary Transition Resources Padlets A collection of transition assessments and resources for transition planning. LINK 3/30/2020
6-12 Special Education- Secondary Transition Middle & High School Transition Planning The National Parent Center on Transition and Employment website that provides information for families on supporting teens in high school, college planning, and preparing for employment. LINK 3/30/2020
6-12 Special Education- Secondary Transition Career One Stop Source for career exploration, such as self-assessments, career profiles, and videos. LINK 3/30/2020
7-12 Special Education- Secondary Transition Explore Work A website for youth with disabilities to identify careers that are aligned with their interests, preferences, and strengths. LINK 3/30/2020
7-12 Special Education- Secondary Transition Khan Academy College & Career Khan Academy site that provides information and activities related to postsecondary transition LINK 3/30/2020
Middle School Special Education- Secondary Transition Texas OnCourse Texas OnCourse guides educators, students, and their families through the entire process of planning for what happens after high school. LINK 4/1/2020
7-12 Special Education- Secondary Transition Roadtrip Nation Resource for career exploration including videos, documentaries and interviews. LINK 4/1/2020
9-12 Special Education- Secondary Transition My Future Career, college, and military exploration LINK 4/1/2020
All Special Education- Sensory and Motor GoNoodle: Good Energy at Home GoNoodle: Good Energy at Home is a free online resource that provides tons of ways for kids and families to be active, stay mindful, and keep on learning! LINK 4/7/2020
K-6 Special Education- Sensory and Motor Therapy Street for Kids Therapy Streetyour shortcut to finding therapeutic activities to enhance your child’s school occupational therapy program. Follow the “Skill Areas” link where you will see a choice of skills, such as fine motor, crossing midline, handwriting, self help, and more. LINK 4/7/2020
All Special Education- Sensory and Motor OT Mom Lots of resources for creating centers and activies at home to support sensory needs. FREE LINK 4/7/2020
All Special Education- Sensory and Motor Fine Motor/Visual Perceptual/OT Apps This Pinterest Board is a wonderful list of iPad apps that target fine motor and visual/perceptual skills in engaging and interactive ways. LINK 4/7/2020
All Science Resources Arizona Project WET

Arizona Project WET (APW) develops water stewardship and STEM literacy by providing teacher professional development and direct student outreach that delivers or extends classroom learning, and community engagement. Programs have been adapted for classrooms and use at home.

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All General UofA College of Education “Zoom with a Wildcat”  Online interactive zoom activity sessions for parents and teachers.  LINK 5/1/2020
All Science/ELD Lawrence Hall of Science
U.C. Berkeley, CA
Resources from FOSS Next Gen ELD Virtual Seminar July 2020 LINK 7/22/2020
All Science Tree People Science learn at home lesson plans LINK 7/31/2020
All Finance pigly The Kid’s Guide to Emergency Savings LINK 2/24/2021