Depending on your district and teacher, your child may have a ton of schoolwork or just an hour or two a day. The amount of support they are receiving probably also varies. In order to supplement your school’s lessons, here are some valuable free resources to check out.
Achieve 3000 offers differentiated literacy instruction that addresses reading comprehension and writing for all grade levels 1st-12th. This service is usually pretty expensive but it is currently free and can be accessed with the site below. This site below has the usernames and passwords to get started for each grade level
Age of Learning offers three programs: ABC Mouse for ages 2-8; Adventure Academy for ages 8-13 and Reading IQ for ages 12 and under.
Carnegie Learning iCulture provides language immersion for Spanish, French and German language learners. , It includes travel videos, day-in-the-life videos, current news articles and songs that are age and school appropriate for students in grades 6-12. https://discover.carnegielearning.com/iculture-for-at-home-language-learning.html
BrainVentures is created by teachers and provides learning adventures that engage students in constructing animations, videos, photo albums and stories while taking them on field trips and having them play games and run simulations.
Discovery Education contains access to 180,000 “assignable, editable” activities, videos, ready-to-use lessons and other resources” for K-12 math, science, social studies, English language arts and health.