These are resources for families to help during an extended school closing. We want to ensure we have ways for students to keep learning if they are out of school. This page will be continue to be updated.
iReady Resources for Grades K-5
Two tools that can help are i-Ready online lessons that provide instruction and practice based on students’ individual needs, and At-Home Activity Packs that provide printable materials aligned to the skills we want them to learn.
Visit i-Ready Personalized Instruction Guidance for Families for more information and tools to support your child at home during this time.
IXL for Math and Reading
IXL helps students excel! With thousands of topics in math. There's always something new to explore. IXL sets a new standard for online learning, offering unlimited algorithmically generated questions, real-time analytical reports, and dynamic scoring to encourage mastery. Released in 2007, it has since become the world's most popular subscription-based learning site for pre-K to high school. With more than 7,000 unique and challenging skills to master, IXL offers a dynamic and enjoyable environment suitable for any learning style. Students who use IXL are succeeding like never before.
To login to IXL, please click on the link: https://www.ixl.com/signin/sayville
Everyday Math Online
Everyday Mathematics is a comprehensive Pre-K through 6th grade mathematics curriculum developed by the University of Chicago School Mathematics Project. It is currently being used in over 185,000 classrooms by almost 3,000,000 students. For more information, click here: http://everydaymath.uchicago.edu/
To login to your account, click here: https://my.mheducation.com/login
GreatMinds has recorded daily lessons in Grades K–12 of Eureka Math, K–8 of Wit & Wisdom, and 3–5 of PhD Science. These lessons will be delivered by Great Minds’ own teachers and will be viewable on any device.
Raz Kids is a leveled reading resource for students K-5. Resources include text-to-speech, Spanish translations, student recordings, quizzes for determining comprehension and instructional needs. Raz Kids
Scholastic Learn at Home -Scholastic Resources
Starfall is a combination of free and paid content that covers ELA, Math, and Social Studies topics in grades PreK-3rd grade. Starfall
Student articles by grade level -Time for Kids
Khan Academy is a non-profit organization that has a library of video lessons, learning activities and challenges, and resources for multiple subjects K-12. Teachers with accounts can set up courses that address specific needs of their learners and can easily assign students an entire course.
Castle Learning includes ELA Curricula from elementary through high school, aligned to New York State standards, including units for literature, reading, language and grammar, and foundational skills. Castle also has ELA Regents review courses. Castle Learning
CK-12 has free resources such as lessons and videos for students, parents, teachers, schools, and districts that can support prior learning (Grades K-12) CK-12
Mystery Science is the creator of the most popular science lessons in U.S. schools. Mystery Science
BrainPop offers over 1,000 short animated movies for students in grades K-12, together with quizzes and related materials, covering the subjects of science, social studies, English, math, engineering and technology, health, and arts and music. Materials are available in Spanish. Brain Pop
Fun Brain offers hundreds of educational games, books, comics, and videos that develop skills in math, reading, problem-solving, and literacy. This website is geared towards students in Prekindergarten – 3rd grade. Fun Brain
ABCya provides free online activities and games to help improve elementary students' reading and math skills. All of the content is accessible online and organized by grade level and topic area. https://www.abcya.com
Illustrative Mathematics: free resources (tasks aligned to content standards) that can be printed and used with students K-12.
National Geographic- https://www.nationalgeographic.org/education/
National Geographic has been igniting the explorer in all of us for 132 years through groundbreaking storytelling from the best and brightest scientists, explorers, photographers, and filmmakers in the world. Free educational games and videos. National Geographic Kids
Smithsonian Education -Various types of science resources are available to explore (video, games, e-books, curriculum) targeting for K-8 students by grade level and by different topics. https://learninglab.si.edu
Read Write Think- http://readwritethink.org
Free Reading Program- https://www.freereadingprogram.com
Literacy Center- http://literacycenter.net
Interactive Simulations for Math and Science- https://phet.colorado.edu
NYC Dept of Education Resources- The materials on the Learn at Home pages are designed to provide supplementary learning resources to students aligned to the content of the learning standards for mathematics. https://www.schools.nyc.gov/learning/learn-at-home
PBS Learning- Social Studies
EDSITEment! from the National Endowment for the Humanities has a collection of classroom-ready lessons and materials for K-12 social studies education.
C3 Teachers/Student Inquiries - C3 Teachers is pleased to publish these inquiries collected at different grade levels in a vary to content topics from around the country.
Annenberg Learner/Social Studies & History - A collection of lesson plans related to teaching a variety of social studies topics.
New Visions Social Studies has developed a strong scope and sequence for Global History and Geography I, Global History and Geography II, and US History and Government. Through the investigation and analysis of primary and secondary sources, students have the opportunity to think critically, and to read, write, and speak like historians, while simultaneously honing literacy and critical thinking skills.
iCivics provides free resources that engage students in meaningful civic learning.
Mapping the World - These modules are a collection of web-based resources for educators at the American Geographical Society Library.
GeoHistory - A collection of GeoHistory lessons from the Arizona Geographic Alliance.
National Geographic - Bring National Geographic to your classroom through lesson plans, maps, and reference resources.
A Free Playlist featuring hours of strategic and safe workouts for you and your family!
Common Sense Media- https://www.commonsensemedia.org
Everfi Wellness Matters -Clearing the VaporEverfi is a health wellness curriculum teaches students to make healthy choices in a safe environment. https://everfi.com/partners/k-12-educators/health-wellness/?fwp_paged=2
Visual and Performing Arts
All Arts – Smithsonian Institute free resources for kids, https://www.si.edu/kids (a variety of different activities on a variety of different topics, including many cross- and interdisciplinary offerings that reinforce the arts across the curriculum)
Musical Arts – www.musictheory.net (free resource, contains a series of interactive music theory lessons for students at all levels, presented in sequence with activities to practice ear training and writing skills)
Visual Art – The Louvre Abu Dhabi collection, https://edition.cnn.com/interactive/2019/11/style/louvre-abu-dhabi-collection/ (an interactive journey through many pieces in the Louvre’s Abu Dhabi collection, which “aims to tell the story of human creativity”)
Theatre Arts – American Theatre Wing, https://americantheatrewing.org/working-in-the-theatre/ (“working in the theatre” is a video series that ATW has produced that guides students through the many components of what it means to work in the theatre, including but not limited to acting, directing, producing, set design, costuming, etc.)