Trying to come up with plans and resources during this crisis shouldn't be something for you to worry about. Here are links to free resources provided by TPT authors and educational websites.
FREE Resources from Easy Teaching Tools
Here's a copy of art and writing activities for the month of March.
March Writing and Art (pictured above)
Earth Day writing and easy art
Ditch the overwhelm and teach online without losing your dang mind! Invest in yourself and join us today in the Easy Distance Learning Program for K-5 teachers
Other FREE resources from my Instagram Story Highlights from other TpT Authors
At Home Learning Calendar (editable) from Teaching in Room 6
40 printable for 1st and 2nd grade
FREE ELA resources from The Engaging Station
Best app to explain math and new learning
Spring Cut and Paste from Especially Education
3 weeks of homework (5 levels) from The Autism Helper
Parent's Guide to Google Classroom from Lit_with_Laura
1st and 2nd grade printables from The Primary Paradise The PASSWORD is: teachingabreeze02 just like that, no capitals, no spaces.
3 weeks of Maker Stations from Brook Brown at Teach Outside the Box
3 weeks of Fluency and Fitness (free sign up for parents) from Tickled Pink in Primary
Home Packets by Breezy Special Ed
25 Page Phonics Review from The Designer Teacher
At Home Reading Challenge from A Teachable Teacher
3 Weeks Kinder Plans To Send Home from A Kinder For Life
Home Learning Choice Board (editable) from Teaching With Kayleeb
Kindergarten Printables for Distance Learning from Glitter and Glue 4 K-2
Daily schedule- Covid 19 (editable) from Leaping Into Learning
Best Websites for Upper Elementary Students by Think Grow & Giggle
I Can Point and Read Passages from Miss DeCarbo
E-learning Activities from History from The Middle
Home Learning (Reading Instructions) from Simply Skilled Teaching
Second Grade Reading Comprehension (Printables) from The Lemonade Stand
Distance Learning? Here are some great websites that can help!
The * lets you know that you'll need to create accounts for your students.
They *can* create a Prodigy account at home for free but you can't assign them tasks by standard.
Loom is a screencast platform that is free for educators right now. I use it to make videos where I can talk and share my screen.
Prodigy Math * Perfect for your students to practice skills. I like to assign them tasks by the standards we are working on as well as previously learned standards for spiral review.
Google Classroom * Perfect to assign work, leave notes, start discussions, and more. I created a FREE Google Form you can assign with Google Classroom to go with any book your students are reading. I created a tutorial for you so you can see how to use this form with your students here.
Vooks -online books, free for teachers and homeschool parents only
Epic– * you can assign books for your students
Online learning games for all subjects You can't assign them but it is something fun that has a great learning component!
Symbaloo- As the teacher, add links to the “tiles” and send the Symbaloo link to students for research. You can send via email or Google Classroom.
I am very thankful for the resources. This has helped me step back and from my overwhelmed feeling and know I have a bunch of strong educators for support. Thank you!!!
We use Google Classroom for kids in kindergarten and I will encourage parents to use it too when kids are sent home because of school closures. Also I send home noprep activities so that parents could use it with kids to practice reading and writing.
Carleen Barletta says
I would love a copy of this. We are going to Google Classroom next week and this would be great.