Khan Academy

Kahn Academy is offering practice exercises, instructional videos, and personalized learning — is hosting live streams every weekday at 10 a.m. on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitterfor students, parents, and teachers navigating school closures.

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NMPED Families Resource Toolkit

Parents, families, and home guardians play a critical role in learning at home. Since no two families are alike, families can support their children in a variety of ways.

The PED is providing the following resources for use by parents during the temporary closure of the public schools in New Mexico. They can provide practice for students as well as educational support to families to help keep students academically engaged.

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Online Curriculum and Instruction Links

More Educational Resources

Resource Grade Level Description Service Offered
ABCmouse.com Early Learning Academy PreK-3rd Learning activities and games. Online and app versions. Monthly subscription (first 30 days free).
ABCYa K-8 App with a collection of educational games. Monthly subscription for premium
BrainPop K-12 Short animated movies coring various Monthly fee. Ask your child’s teacher if they have a school account.
Breakout Edu K-12 Digital puzzle-based games that students can complete at home. Free puzzles provided during school closures.
Code.Org K-12 Ready-made lessons focusing on computer science skills Support for parents and teachers facing school closures
Cool Math Games K-6 Huge library of digital games that practice problem-solving and math skills Free with ads
Duolingo K-12 An app to learn a new language through interactive lessons Free
Epic PreK-8 Students read digital grade-level books and log progress. Free remote student access by teacher invitation.
Freckle K-8 Practice math facts and drills. Check with your child’s teacher to see if the school has an account
FunBrain PreK-8 A collection of games based on reading and math Free with ads
Google Expeditions K-12 Immersive educational app that allows students to travel the world using Virtual Reality. Usually used with a VR headset, but even without students can access the digital library.
i-Ready K-12 Interactive lessons for math and reading. Ask your child or your child’s teacher if they have an i-Ready account.
Kahoot K-12 Game-based learning platform. Free during coronavirus outbreak
Khan Academy K-12 Videos for all grade levels. Good resource for high school students preparing for the ACT/SAT Free
Lumosity K-12 Games that help improve memory, mental speed and problem-solving. 3-4 free games/day
PBS Learning Media K-12 NMPBS and PBS have curated standards-aligned videos, interactives, lesson plans and more. Free
Prodigy K-8 Pokemon-style game where students review and practice math skills, completing levels as quests. Free
Quizizz K-12 Self-paced quizzes to review, assess, and engage. Free
Scholastic Learn at Home PreK-9 Day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing. Free
ScreenCastify K-12 Record, edit, and share videos. Fre (add to Chrome)
Steve Spangler Science K-12 Science experiments library – one of the most respected resources online today for parents and educators. Free
Tour Builder K-12 Use with Google Maps to create interactive tours around the globe. Free
Tynker PreK-12 Students learn to code by completing and creating digital games. Free, but teachers need to fill out a form to get full access.
Vidcode 6-12 Computer science curriculum and coding platform. Free, but teachers need to fill out a form to get full access.
XtraMath K-8 Targeted practice for learning math facts. Free
Yousician K-12 This is an app that will teach students to play guitar, bass, piano (need instruments) or sing Free trial