Online Educational Content for Preschool and Elementary-aged learners

TADL Content

Hoopla Kids – Sign in or create account, then toggle “Kids” mode on.

Kanopy Kids – Sign in or create account, select “Go to Kanopy Kids.”

OverDrive Kids

TumbleBook Library Includes read-along books, games, puzzles, math and more.

TADL Kids Homework Help

TADL ExoLab on the ISS project

Other Content

Amazing Educational Content – Free resources compiled for all ages in your family.

Authors Everywhere – Various kids authors sharing activities to do. Logo is: Write – Draw – Create – Community.

Code.org – Students of all ages can learn to code while completing modules.

Every Child a Reader – coloring pages available from children’s picture book illustrators.

Flannel Board Fun – A Youtube station filled with flannel and felt songs and rhymes.

Jbrary Storytime Songs – Youtube playlists created for various storytime themes.

Kid Lit TV – Videos of authors reading their books.

Michigan e-Library KidsĀ  – dozens of educational resources for elementary and middle school students.

Smithsonian – Free coloring pages available from 100 museums.

StoryBlocks – Songs and rhymes modeled for parents to use at home (multiple languages).

Storyline Online – Famous storytellers and actors reading picture book stories.

Storytimes from Space – Take storytime to another level with stories from astronauts aboard the International Space Station.

Story Preservation Initiative – K – 3 Storytelling Learning Lab.

Tell Me A Story – The KCLS story time companion for parents and caregivers

TumbleMath – K-6 math ebook database (Available through August 2020)

TBA-ISD Remote Learning Toolkit – Content Area Resources

TBA-ISD Remote Learning Toolkit – Parent Resources

The Spanish Experiment – Well-known children’s stories translated into Spanish and read by native Spanish speakers.

Visit the Instagram pages of favorite authors and illustrators reading a new book or conducting a camp.

Older Kids

Amazing Educational Content – Free resources compiled for your family.

Code.org – Students of all ages can learn to code while completing modules.

Instructables – A community of people who like to make things. All ages.

Kate Messner: Read, Wonder, and Learn! – Favorite Authors share their books and activities to do with those themes.

Michigan e-Library KidsĀ  – dozens of educational resources for elementary and middle school students.

PBS Learning Media – FREE, standards-aligned videos, interactives, lesson plans, and more

Skype a Scientist – Get matched up with a scientist that parallels your interests and speak to them right from home.

Story March – Make bits of connected art every day using prompts from the Greater Boston Illustrators Group.

Story Preservation Initiative – Grades 4 – 12 Storytelling Learning Lab.

TBA-ISD Remote Learning Toolkit – Content Area Resources

TBA-ISD Remote Learning Toolkit – Parent Resources

Tinkercad – A free, easy-to-use app for 3D design, electronics, and coding.

Wakelet of free learning resources at home

Drawing

Ben Clanton: Facebook Live, twice per week

Jarrett Kroscoska: YouTube channel, new drawing lessons each day

Grace Lin: YouTube: drawing classes online

Mo Willems: Lunch Doodles (new each day)