Curriculum & Subject Based Resources
- Mikva Challenge – Virtual Action Civics assignment, Teacher Happy Hour, Conversations by Youth for Youth, and more resources
- Hit the Road: A Financial Adventure - This interactive game teaches young people the importance of saving and spending wisely.
- Next Gen Personal Finance, Money Magic - Money Magic is designed to teach basic budgeting principles.
- SPENT - Spent challenges players to survive the struggle of low-income living. Some organizations have developed helpful companion handouts to accompany the game.
- CATCH Global Foundation – free lessons and resources for remote health education, nutrition education, and physical activity.
History & Social Sciences
- CommonLit – Free Digital Lesson Library for Educators
- Scholastic – Learn at Home
- WRiTE BRAiN – Zoom School (K-6)
- Amplify – K-8 Learning Resources
- Coursera – Free Courses for High School Students
- Khan Academy – Daily Schedules for Students Ages 2-18, Remote Learning Resources
- KQED - At-Home Learning, A California Public Education Partnership
- Outschool – Live online classes for ages 3-18
- PBS Learning Media
- We Are Teachers – Resources for Learning at Home (K-5)
SEL & Mindfulness
- CASEL CARES Initiative
- Character Lab
- Coalition of Schools Educating Mindfully Resources
- kid-grit – Wellness for Students, Educators, and Families
- InsideSEL: SEL Resources for Parents, Educators & School Communities Related to COVID-19
- Transforming Education – SEL in a Virtual World
- Art for Kids Hub
- Code.org - Online Learning Platform to Teach K-12 Students Coding and Computer Science
- Creativity Catapult
- Girls Who Code at Home
- Google Arts & Culture
- Illustrative Mathematics – Distance Learning and Free Resources
- RAFT – STEAM Learning Activity Sheets
- Tynker — You can request free access to the entire Tynker platform and curriculum if your school is impacted by, or planning for, a health-related closure.
- Zearn Math – K-5 Curriculum free during COVID-19 Closures