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Flexible Learning Options by Grade Level during School Closure

 
If you have a student with an IEP, please feel free to use the online resources for your child that meets your child’s academic learning level. There are not a different set of packets for students with IEPs.  You can also use one of these free resources:
 

Flexible Learning Options for Special Education Students


Preschool Express

  • Preschool education activity resource ideas for early childhood students

Songs for Teaching

  • Large selection of fun songs to help teach preschool and kindergarten students 

Academic Resources

  • List of free academic websites

Free Research-Based Resource Toolkits

  • Two free toolkit bundles for families of special populations students (or any students) that contain research-backed strategies and activities parents can use at home to complete school work, or provide enrichment learning activities 

Open up ELA resources for K-5:  

  • Links to multiple options including online books and curriculum.

Readworks:  

  • Create a free online account and students have access to many ELA lessons:

Funbrain: 

  • Has games, videos and books for kids:

Storyline Online:  

  • Video for many children's books:

Into the Book: 

  • Lesson plans, videos for students on many books:

Reading Rockets:

  • Reading topics A-Z

AdaptedMind:

  • Reading and math resources

Academic Skill Builders:

  • Language arts and math games

Audio Books:


IXL Math: 

  • Access math lessons

Funbrain

  • Math videos, games and books by grade level

AAA Math 

  • Online lessons and activities for math

The Exploratorium:

  • Explore, play and discover website, activities and more

National Geographic Young Explorer

  • Magazine designed specifically for kindergarten and first grade students
  • Children can listen to the magazine being read to them as they follow along with the highlighted text. 


Social/Emotional:

Behavior/Mental Health Resources for Families



Autism:

Information for Parents of Children with ASD


AFIRM COVID-19 Toolkit

  • Supporting individuals with autism through uncertain times



Severely Handicapped:

Do2Learn:


news-2-you:



Additional Resources:

Graphite by Common Sense Media:

  • Online rating and review site to help parents and teachers find helpful technology support for students.  Type in your search and add your filters and you will get a list of the best tech options with ratings including cost:

The Best Ideas for Kids

  • Details indoor crafts, activities, games, and educational activities/ideas

The OT Toolbox

  • At home OT, PT, and ST resources designed to build skills in children through movement and play
 
 
How to log on to Clever?
Many families have asked how they can access their child's CLEVER account.  Here are directions for accessing the account, where more resources and activities can be found.

How to Access Clever (iReady/Dreambox) From Home /
Como Entrar al Clever (iReady/Dreambox) en Casa

Step 1: Direct your web browser to www.ogsd.net and then click on “Student Resources” / Paso 1: Directamente en su computadora use el www.ogsd.net y haga clic en “Recursos de Estudiantes”
Step 2: Click on “Clever” / Paso 2: Haga clic en “Clever”  Step 3: Click “Log in with Google” / Paso 3: Haga clic usando Google”Step 4: Sign in with student’s “@oakgrovesd.net” username / Paso 4: Entre con la cuenta de su niña/niñoStep 5: Select application. Note: This page may change throughout the year with additional applications / Paso 5: Seleccione aplicación. Nota: Esta página puede cambiar durante el año con aplicación adicional. Cuando entre éste es el ejemplo que deben usar y luego entrar su claveLOGIN: _______________________@oakgrovesd.net       PASSWORD: ____________________