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ALEKS - (3rd-8th grades): Access through classlink.


AR (Accelerated Reader) - Students can take tests at home. After students sign-in to classlink have them choose the Renaissance Learning App. Students can also go to this link: https://hosted101.renlearn.com/273741/

Username: Lunch #

Password: student initials

If you get an error message of: "ClassLink Browser Extension not installed or enabled" please click on install and it should work.

ST Math: https://web.stmath.com/entrance/ 

Email the classroom teacher if your child doesn't remember the password.


PBS Resources:





Khan Academy (Math lessons):  https://www.khanacademy.org/

Games with Playing Cards




Log-in: school login

password: school password

Passion Project/Genius Hour - Have your child research something they are really interested in - it could be about science or history...a question they've always had...the ideas are endless. 

This article contains easy steps to get started!


Social Studies - Have your child learn more about history - Here is a link to the standards by grade level: https://www.cde.ca.gov/be/st/ss/documents/histsocscistnd.pdf

Movement, Songs and Brain Breaks:







More links:



Scholastic Homebase-   - https://kids.scholastic.com/kids/games/




 Enrichment Activities - Below are some ideas to do during this "school at home" time:

  • Take Virtual Field Trips - Just google and there are many!  Museums, zoos, 7 Wonders of the World, etc

  • Write Letters to friends and family and mail them!  Write letters to seniors in retirement homes since they can't have visitors right now - mail them!

  • Learn a 2nd language - lots of apps available for you to try! Sign Language is a good one to learn!

  • Have students cook with you - teach them about fractions, reading a recipe, following directions, etc.
  • Learn the basics to run a household - budget, wash clothes, take care of the lawn, balance the checkbook, etc.



Create a Schedule - this will help with everyone's mental health! :)  Your child shouldn't be doing 6-7 hours of academic work.  Break up the learning with a variety of activities to help them focus.

Here is a basic schedule - adapt as fits your family! It will look differently for younger students vs older students.

Wake-up - 9AM - breakfast, silent reading, write in journal

9AM-10AM - chores, make bed, brush teeth, get dressed

10:00-10:45 - outside time/PE Activities - walks, bikes, jumprope, chalk, just dance, gonoodle

10:45-11:45 - Learning Time - math activities, writing, reading activities

11:45-12:15 - Digital Learning Time - lots of choices - go to our website for ideas:

12:15-1:00 - Lunch - help make lunch, set the table, clear the table

1:00-2:00 - Quiet Time - Read to self, play in bedroom, nap

2:00-3:00 - Arts and Crafts/Genius Hour - Make cards, color, work on Passion Project

    Art website: https://www.artforkidshub.com/

3:00 – 4:15 - Learning Time – social studies, science, ST Math, ALEKS (3rd-6th), more reading and math

4:15-5:00 - Outside Time/PE Activities

5:00-6:00 - Board games; activities with family (a great time to do the playing card games)

6:00-7:00- Dinner - help prepare, set table, clear table

7:00-8:00 - Free Time - ipad/device, TV

​8:00-9:00 - Get ready for bed