Online Learning Resources
To ensure students and their families have access to all resources possible, we would like to share some links that can be used at home to assist with learning in ELA, Math, Science, and Social Studies.
Students can visit our V.H. Lassen YouTube page to see teacher messages and follow along with read alouds of books.
Khan Academy is a free resource for students 4-18 years old.
This is a K-12 learning resource. Students who love interaction, sing alongside, and virtual lessons will benefit from this website.
CoolMath is appropriate for students in 3rd to 12th grade. Basic math lessons and games are included in this resource.
Learn about animals, science experiments, and Earth features at National Geographic for kids. This site will keep kids engaged for hours.
Valuable resource is continuing their education from home with fun and informative experiments (doubly useful for those in quarantine)
Walt Disney Imagineers are inspiring creativity, curiosity, and innovation with “Imagineering in a Box.” This one-of-a-kind learning experience in partnership with the Khan academy gives families a chance to dream, create, and build… right from home!
Mystery Science is providing free science lessons for students during the COVID-19 school closures.
Links to Pre-K to 8th Grade - Roosevelt Curriculum
Find learning opportunities for every moment. HMH promotes student agency by providing a balanced reading approach to learning.
Students can watch science videos at multiple grade levels. The focus is on interactive virtual lab simulations and innovative personalized learning.