Field Trips & Online Resource Learning Sites
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Community of Learning - In an effort to provide home-bound students educational content that is fun, interactive and professionally delivered, CILC will begin offering programs from champion Content Providers beginning Monday, March 23rd. Targeted to students in grades K-6, programs will cover topics in STEM, Social Studies, Literacy, and Art/Music from 8:30-2:30 CST. All programs are free-of-charge and will be in webinar format. Most of the programs will be recorded so that students can access them at any time after the live program.
Digital Learning in Special Ed - Mrs. D's Corner
GoNoodle movement and mindfulness videos created by child development experts.
Going Old School - more ideas without using a computer
Happy Numbers - Students can access Happy Numbers from any Internet-enabled device (even a smartphone!). They can start learning remotely today to ensure they don’t fall behind -- in just 15 mins a day, 4 times a week. Sign up for free now.
Kahn Academy - Build a deep, rock-solid understanding in math, grammar, science, history, SAT®, AP®, and more. The very best for online lessons!
Math: 60 Awesome websites for teaching and learning math - this list reflects free and discounted sites with $ indicating a subscription cost.
Mindfulness Class for Kids - Classes will be held on:Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays
10am PDT / 1pm EDT. Sign up for Zoom call-in instructions
We are designing these LIVE online mindfulness classes with K-5 students in mind – AND please know that students and adults of all ages are welcome to participate. We are aware that many families are away from school and work, and we hope this is a resource that families can enjoy together.