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Learn at Home

Material taken from New York City Department of Education website (link opens in a new window): Link to NYC DOE Learn at Home page

Learn at Home

The materials on the Learn at Home pages are designed to provide supplementary learning resources to students in the event that students may need to be home from school. We encourage you to use this time to continue your student’s learning while they are at home. To help students engage in educational material, we have shared the resources below for students in all grades, from Early Learn through elementary and middle school, and for high school. These materials do not replace what your child has been learning at school, but during this unusual time it is important that students continue to read, write, do social studies and science activities, and work on math problems.

The materials on the grade specific pages below include:

  • Suggested daily study schedules

  • Guides and materials for instructional activities

  • Recommended educational television shows

  • Links to a variety of books, magazines, and websites on a wide range of topics that appeal to children at all ages

Links for other resources:

Teacher Recommended

English Language Arts -

Math -

Science -

Arts and Humanities -

Computing -

Online Instruction -

  • i-Ready: Link to i-Ready - Note: Reach out to school for login information if the school has a subscription

Video Conferencing -

  • Google: Link to Google Meet -video conferencing online for Gmail and Gsuite account holders (requires device with camera and microphone)

Quizzes and Games-

Movement -

Library Resources -

Virtual Field Trips -

Other Resources

These websites are created and maintained by independently and are subject to change.

English Language Arts (ELA) -

Math -

Arts and Humanities -

Language -

Mixed subject sites: various resources including children's games -

Games -

Informational sites for students -

Information for Parents -

Corona Virus (COVID-19) Information

Center for Desease Control and Prevention (CDC) -

New York City Department of Education -

For Students -

For Parents -

For Teachers -