Distance Learning Resources
SES Distance Learning

Video lessons from PE, Art, Library, Computer, Guidance, Speech, and RTI.

SES Distance Learning Videos

mystery science

Mystery Science has short mini-lessons that are completely digital and full lessons that include an activity. All of the activities are designed to use simple supplies a parent will likely already have at home.

Mystery Science

  

 

PBS Learn at Home

Visit WCTE’s At-Home Learning page where you will find online materials to assist children, parents, families and educators through the school closures due to COVID-19. All online resources are also available to anyone at no charge.

PBS/WCTE At Home Learning

 

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Teacher Created Materials is offering FREE resources for at-home learning! These materials are designed to help students solidify the concepts they learn in school, and equip them for learning at home.

Teacher Created Materials

 

 

scholastic

Scholastic Learn at Home provides 20 days’ worth of active learning journeys designed to reinforce and sustain educational opportunities for those students who are unable to attend school.

Scholastic Learn at Home: Grades PreK-Kindergarten

Scholastic Learn at Home: Grades 1-2

 

 

 

Capstone

This site offers e-books that have AR tests available and have the option of having the book read aloud. Books are available in both English and Spanish. To sort by AR level, select ATOS/AR on the left side. We have temporary access until June 30th using the following log in information:


my on digital library

This is another site that offers e-books that have AR tests available and have the option of having the book read aloud. Books are available in both English and Spanish. We have temporary access until June 30th using the following log in information:

Login page: https://www.myon.com/school/readathome

School Name: Read at Home

Username: readnow

Password: myon

 

 

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    The James Dyson Foundation has created 44 free engineering and science activities for children to try out while at home during the coronavirus pandemic The activities range from making a balloon-powered car to building a bridge from spaghetti. Downloadable Challenge Cards present the 22 science tasks and 22 engineering activities, which children can complete using common household items, such as eggs, string, and balloons.

    Click here to see the challenges

     

    screen-free activities for kids

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    dolly parton

    “Goodnight With Dolly” features Dolly Parton reading a series of Imagination Library books all carefully chosen for their appropriate content at this moment in time.

    Once a week for 10 weeks at 7:00 PM EST/6:00 PM CST The Book Lady will deliver her story with the program available across the Imagination Library, Dolly Parton, World Choice Investments, and Dollywood channels. For more information and to see past episodes, click the link below.

    Goodnight With Dolly

     

     

    ready rosie
    Ready Rosie is an online education tool providing at-home instructional videos you can do with your children. Through a partnership between the department and the Governor’s Early Literacy Foundation, Tennessee families have access to resources for free through September 30.  

    For families with children birth- 3rd grade, these simple and fun activities focus on developing early literacy skills, early math, health, and well-being.

    https://readyrosie.com/tn/#ReadyRosieTN

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    The STE(A)M Resource Hub includes three weekly challenges around design activities, critical thinking, and career exploration that can all be done in the home.

    The three weekly challenges enable students to keep building their STE(A)M skills while learning from home. Each challenge comes with a step-by-step directions for the activity, as well as additional resources to continue exploring the topic. The three types of weekly challenges are:

    ·         #MakerMonday: Resources focus on design activities for students using common objects found around the home to solve real-world challenges. 

    ·         #WonderWednesday: Resources include researching and responding to essay prompts, examining data and drawing conclusions, and/or designing an experiment to answer a question. 

    ·         #FutureFriday: Virtual resources for students to explore STEM careers.  Students will experience virtual tours of STEM workplaces, video interviews of Tennesseans in interesting STEM careers, and explore the world of work. 

     STE(A)M Resource Hub 

     

     

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    The Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago is a great resource for hands-on science activities, videos, and games. On the museum’s Science at Home website, children can keep learning in place and at their own pace with science activities and topics they can access anytime.

    Science at Home

     

     

     

    lego 30 day challenge

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