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Explore fun, social, and safe online learning experience just for you!  Look through our list and find something that interests you most. We hope that our list of resources will help you elevate your learning!  
Mouse Open Projects (Grades 5 to12): Free, no account required, creative STEM, CS and technology activities for students learning from home.
Scholastic Learn at Home Bookstore (Grades Pre K to 8):  Our friends at the Scholastic Store Online have pulled together a boutique of books our editors have picked for special learning journeys at home. 
Home Base
PBS Kid Channel on YouTube (Grades Pre K to 2): Watch videos and full episodes of your favorite PBS KIDS shows on YouTube.
PBS Kids
TED-Ed (Grades 5 to12):  TED’s youth and education initiative that provides a list of videos and lessons for at-home learning.
Ted Ed
Math Antics (Grades 3-8):  Math lessons that are organized by topics.  Great for students who are struggling in Math.  The videos are free to watch.
Math Antics
The Infographics Show on YouTube (Grades 3 to 12): Watch videos and full episodes of infographic videos, made in a fun and entertaining way.
Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell on YouTube (Grades 3 to 12): A collection of animated videos about science. In a Nutshell
You can be a Hero! Melting Piano
Be a Hero!
You can help stop the spread of the virus. Practice social distancing.
Melted Crayon Art
Ever tried using the hairdryer in creating something colorful and unique? Try to melt crayons into a work of art! Don't forget to ask your parents first!
Play Chords on a Piano
Imagine being able to spend time in learning how to play the chords on a piano by yourself!  Wouldn't that be great?
About Chromebooks
Important information regarding our District-issued Chromebooks.
Playdoh Art
Express your creativity with playdoh. You can shape them into blobs, flowers, fruit, pizzas,
or whatever comes
to mind.
Draw What's in Between
Draw. a Fish
Challenge your creativity and imagination.  Draw any animal of your choice, and show what's inside.  You can even draw yourself! Send us your creation through our Facebook page.