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Students in grades K-12 can work on teacher assignments, NWEA MyPath or lessons of their choice. Just click on either PA Programs or US programs found in the menu on the left. Then click on the drop down menu in the program box for more options. If you need your login information just email Mrs. Schwab and she will provide it for you.
Scholastic is helping you keep the learning going at home with special cross-curricular journeys. Every day includes four separate learning experiences, each built around a thrilling, meaningful story or video. Kids can do them on their own, with their families.
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Children's author Mo Willems will share daily doodles for the next two weeks at 1:00. Check this out!
The show’s priority is to identify stories of international significance and then clearly describe why they’re making news and how the events fit into a complex, international society. The show maintains a neutral position. It seeks to provide multiple viewpoints, clear illustrations, and general overviews instead of graphic descriptions.
Steve Spangler has tons of experiments kids can do at home using household items. There are more than a few exciting science lessons to keep students engaged and having fun! Each experiment includes detailed instructions and videos.
While the Cincinnati Zoo is closed and kids are home from school, let us help make your children’s hiatus from school fun and educational.
Join us for a Home Safari Facebook Live each weekday at 3pm EDT where we will highlight one of our amazing animals and include an activity you can do from home.
Don’t have access to social media? No worries! All videos will be posted to this webpage and to our YouTube channel shortly after the Facebook Live ends.
BrainPOP makes rigorous learning experiences accessible and engaging for all. They are offering free, unlimited use of the full BrainPOP suite during the period of our school’s closure.
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Other things you can do to keep your children engaged:
Read to your children and have them read to you
Write letters and create artwork that can be shared with a nursing home at some point
Work on counting money and making change
Play board games
Learn how to juggle
Clean out closets
Go “camping in your house” - build a tent with couch cushions and blankets
Get rid of clothes that don’t fit anymore
Teach them how to make cookies or brownies from scratch
Teach them simple vehicle maintenance (i.e. where the spare tire and jack are, where to add various fluids, how to check the tires, etc.)