Free Online Resources for Schools

The COVID-19 Pandemic has heightened school-level awareness of the need to have readily-accessible virtual learning options. Classroom teachers around the country have worked to understand the ins-and-outs of distance learning and have been on the hunt for free online resources. 

The good news is help is available! Many companies offer teachers free or discounted access to their online learning platforms. We have put together a list of free online resources for schools, educators, and administrators to help them navigate the formation of this new education landscape.

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Whenever you are looking at utilizing a new online learning platform, it’s a good idea to check with your school and/or district to make sure it meets security and confidentiality guidelines. Zoombombing, where uninvited participants interrupt meetings, is prompting many schools and districts to take a closer look at how to protect students’ information. Northwestern University has shared guidelines for their staff to protect their meetings and respond to disturbances that you can apply to your own meetings. Knoji also released this list of tips for Teachers and Parents. If the resources on our list meet confidentiality requirements (FERPA, COPPA, etc.) we have listed that information in the description!

We will continue to monitor and update the resources listed here as new ones become available. Know of a resource we missed? Reach out to us at [email protected] to let us know.

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  • Cisco Webex

    CISCO Webex is a platform that assists you in teaching virtually. You can plan and teach your classes, while keeping students engaged. Your free Webex Meetings plan gives you meetings with up to 100 participants, HD video, screen sharing, and a personal room. Free Services Offered: Free Webex Meetings plan.

  • ClassDojo

    ClassDojo is an online communications tool that has everything you need to stay connected with students and families. As an educator you can send direct messages to families, share lessons/announcements, and assign classwork to students. You can share activities that students can respond to from home via video, photo, journal entry, or drawing. Free Services Offered: Always free for teachers.

  • Classtime

    Classtime is a solution for classrooms that complements in-class teaching with immediate feedback on students' level of understanding. Classtime has an efficient assessment platform that gives immediate visibility of their learning progress, contains a curriculum-aligned question bank, and engages students with collaborative challenges. Free Services Offered: Upgrade to a FREE school license for two months.

  • Flipgrid

    Flipgrid is a social learning communications platform. Educators create grids, which are the meeting place for your class, and then discuss the topics you have uploaded. Your students can share their ideas, stories, and work by recording short videos based on the assigned topics and share them within the app. Free Services Offered: Always Free.

  • Kialo Edu

    Kialo Edu is an argument mapping and debate platform that provides visual representations of discussions and debates in an interactive tree of pro/con arguments. As a teacher, you can start a private discussion with any member of your class and provide feedback to students through the comment feature. Kialo can be used to host classroom debates, assess learning, and share knowledge. Free Services Offered: Always Free.

  • Neo

    Neo is a learning management system (LMS) that makes it easy to create and manage all learning activities such as building online classes, assessing students, enhancing collaboration, or tracking achievement. The platform supports competency-based learning that allows you to track student progress. You can create interactive assignments and utilize the gradebook that is built in for fast grading. Features within the platform can be enabled or disabled to fit the needs of your students. Free Services Offered: Neo is free for schools with up to 400 students, premium support for 14 days while you set up the site, and unlimited teacher/admin accounts

  • Seesaw

    Seesaw is a platform that helps educators engage all learners, transform family engagement, and save time. Students explore a variety of tools to show what they know. Teachers then gain insights allowing them to meet students where they are. Connected families see student work and celebrate progress. Free Services Offered: Always Free

  • enables teachers to create an easy start hub for their classroom. This start hub makes it easy for students to stay organized and access all their educational resources and tools from home. You can share your pages securely with students, parents, and teachers. You build your start pages with links to lesson plans, education apps, games and other online resources. There is the option to embed news feeds, sticky notes or other inspirational videos. With the Free Account you have access to unlimited pages, all essential widgets, the ability to import/export your data, basic sharing, and email support. Free Resources Offered: Free account

  • Ziplet

    Ziplet is a communication platform that allows teachers to collect structured feedback from their students about their learning experience and wellbeing. As a teacher, you can enable anonymous responses, schedule questions, reply to feedback one on one or to groups of students, track changes over time, send announcements, and more. Your free teacher account gives you the ability to create 4 groups with up to 50 students per group. As the teacher, you can create your own questions or access the top 5 questions from the question bank. Free Services Offered: Free teacher account.

  • Zoom

    Zoom is a video conferencing platform that allows for both video and audio conferencing. For students who don’t have access to computers at home, but do have a phone, they can call in to join the meeting! Zoom’s free license allows you to have an unlimited number of video meetings that up to 100 students can join. There is also a chat feature that would allow your students to ask you questions while you are presenting. *Be sure to check to see if Zoom meets security & confidentiality requirements for your school/district* Free Services Offered: Free License.

  • Edpuzzle

    Edpuzzle is a platform that allows you to take any video and make it interactive! As the teacher, you can track if your students are watching the videos you assign and how many times they’ve watched it. You can add your own voice narration and questions to any video (you can use videos from YouTube, Khan Academy, Crash Course, and more). They even have the ability for you to record your own video and upload it. Edpuzzle is FERPA, COPPA, and CSPC compliant. Free Services Offered: The Basic plan is free and allows you access to video lessons, the ability to create your own videos, and storage for 20 videos.

  • Explain Everything

    Explain Everything is a whiteboard for remote learning. You can share video lessons, colalborate, or livecast your whiteboard. The Free plan allows one user to have up to three projects with 1 slide per project; export a video of up to 1 minute; access across devices; collaboration with voice chat; web video link sharing; and 500 MB of cloud storage space. Free Services Offered: Free account

  • Genially

    Genially is a single tool to create all kinds of resources, presentations, games, interactive images, maps, illustrated processes, Cvs, etx. It is ideal for all levels of education and e-learning. Genially allows you to work in groups on a project and share your product. Free Services Offered:Free account wtih unlimited creations, views, and access to free templates/resources.

  • Kapwing

    Kapwing is a free multimedia editor that is designed for classrooms. Kpwing enables students to create videos and GIFs on any device collaboratively by sharing the project editor. It also helps teachers create and edit video lessons, presentations, and materials. You can upload, edit, and share files with a team in a single place. There are over 112 different tools located within the editor! Children under the age of 13 are not allowed to create an account or use the website unless explicitly permitted by a parent. Free account features: no watermarks, 250 MB file upload limit, publish videos up to 7 minutes long, publish up to 3 hours of video per month, edit and store content up to 7 days old, and full access to all tools. Free Services Offered: Free account with full tool access.

  • Loom

    Loom is a video recording tool that helps you get your message across through instantly shareable videos. With Loom, you can record your camera, microphone, and desktop simultaneously. Your video is then instantly available to share through Loom's patented technology. You can choose to record with Loom Chrome Extension or the Desktop App. Free Services Offered: Loom Pro is always free for students and teachers.

  • Nearpod

    Nearpod is an online platform that allows you to create interactive lessons in minutes. You can choose to import existing lessons, add in virtual field trips, create quizzes and polls, and even use matching pairs activities. Nearpod can also add these features to your presentations in Google Slides. As the teacher, you can synchronize and control the lessons across all student devices, evaluate student responses (individually or as a class), generate post-session reports, and even create game-based learning opportunities for your students! Free Services Offered: The Free Silver account level gives you storage space up to 50 MB, session size up to 40, lesson size up to 20MB, and access to all the basic features.

  • Pear Deck

    Pear Deck was founded by educators to help engage every student, every day. With the Google Slides add-on you can create interactive questions and prompts for slideshows. Once you have created your presentatio, you can either control the speed at which you present the material or allow students to move through at their own pace. Pear Deck even offers the ability to publish a notes document that shows the information from the session! Free Services Offered: Basic account is free, giving you: the ability to design interactive lessons, integration with Google and Mcirosoft, control the pace, keep your students in sync, and access ready-to-teach templates.

  • Screencastify

    Screencastify is an online platform that helps with blended learning. You can add the Google Chrome Add-on to recording full or partial lessons, recording assignment solutions & explanations, and provide verbal student feedback. Screencastify also helps your students make their voices heard – great for speech and language practice! You can also save time by recording Professional Development, lesson plans, and parent communication. Screencastify is COPPA, FERPA, and SOPIPA compliant, and integrates with Google Drive and Google Classroom. Free Services Offered: Free Chrome Extension, ability to record up to 5 minutes per video with all recording features included. They do offer education discounts on the Unlimited Plan.

  • VEED

    VEED is an online video editing tool that allows you to create educational videos for your class, including screen recording! VEED includes features such as automatic transcription in over 100 languages, background removal without using a green screen, the ability to annotate your videos, and more. As an educator, VEED is giving you access to a PRO account for free. The PRO account allows you to create unlimited videos of up to two hours in length, automatically add subtitles, and even translate your subtitles! Free Services Offered: Free upgrade to a PRO account.

  • is an online whiteboard tool for teachers and classrooms. Once you create a class and let your student join, everyone gets their own digital whiteboard. You as a teacher can see all of your students’ whiteboards in real time so you can follow your progress, however, your students can only see their whiteboard and the teacher’s whiteboard. No personal information is collected or stored, everything is deleted once you close out your classroom. As the teacher, you have full control of who gets let into the room by using the waiting lobby and locking the room once the class has started. Students can join using a link, room code, or QR code. Free Services Offered: Free temporary room - no registration needed!

  • Book Club for Kids

    Book Club for Kids is a free, 20-minute podcast devoted to middle grade books and readers. There are over 105 episodes! Each show features a trio of students discussing a favorite book, an interview with the author, and a celebrity reading. Some of the podcasts come with curriculum for you to complete with your students. Free Services Offered: Free to download episodes.

  • Checkology

    Checkology is a browser-based platform where middle school and high school students learn how to navigate today’s challenging information landscape by developing news literacy skills. Through the lessons on the platform, students will learn the tools needed to evaluate and interpret information and determine the trustworthiness of news. The platform contains a host of features to help your students learn: Evaluation (educators can see and access all the work that is submitted), Word Wall (glossary of news literacy terms), Co-teachers (educators can assign a co-teacher to each section), Discuss Wall (students can respond to prompts you create), and Messaging (educators can sent three types of messages: announcements, text-response, and multiple choice). The teacher guide comes with national standards alignment! Free Services Offered: Free platform access

  • CommonLit

    CommonLit is a nonprofit education technology organization working to support all students with reading, writing, communication, and problem-solving skills. The CommonLit Literacy Midel is built on a foundation of over 2,000 high-quality free reading passages for grades 3-12, complimented by aligned interim assessments, growth oriented goals, and expert led teacher development. Teachers can assign Mini Units (short, self-paced thematic units for grades 5-12) and Text Sets (relevant reading passages from a variety of genres). Free Services Offered: Free account access for teachers and students.

  • Dreamscape

    Dreamscape is a free game-based learning platform for literacy. The game combines strategy, engagement, and imaginative reading passages to create a fun, curriculum-aligned literacy game! Dreamscape adapts to keep students in their zone of proximal development. Teachers get real time data in their dashboard to monitor progress. Free Services Offered: Always Free!

  • Elementari

    Elementari engages students to write their own story, working at their own pace. The platform provides illustrations to inspire stories, develop analytical thinking, and provide a source of pride for students in their personal writing and coding projects. Elementari is used around the world for writing in students native language and for second language learning. Teachers can review and give feedback on students’ stories remotely. Elementari is FERPA and COPPA compliant and has no ads. Free Services Offered: The Free plan allows you to read/publish unlimited stories, use of the free sounds and graphics, and create one classroom of up to 30 students.

  • English Tools

    English Tools is a collection of over 25 tools designed for English teachers and learners alike; some are also helpful for native English speakers. These tools can help you wtith many things, from alphabetizing sentences to generating word lists. These can be used to help teachers create word lists, cloze activities, sentence jumbles, and more. Free Services Offered: Free access to over 25 tools.

  • Epic!

    Epic! is the leading digital library for kids 12 and under, and it is free for educators. With Epic! you instantly get access to 35,000 of the best books, learning videos, quizzes, & more. The books have a feature that will read aloud the story to your students. Free Services Offered: Always Free for Teachers.

  • Flyleaf Publishing

    Flyleaf Publishing has created an online portal as a free resource to help facilitate online reading instruction and learning. Materials are organized by their Phonics Scope and Sequence (VC/CVC words, CCVCC Words – blends, Compound Words, Multisyllabic Words, Words with Endings, Foundational Skills Consolidation, Consonant Digraphs, Long Vowels with Silent e, Sing Long Vowels & Patterns &soft c and g, R-controlled Vowels, Vowel Digraphs, Variant Vowel Digraphs, Dipthongs, and Advanced Letter-Sound Correspondences). Each book comes with a downloadable homework packet and SMART Board files. Free Services Offered: Free access to books and materials through the 2020-2021 school year.

  • Global Digital Library

    The Global Digital Library collects existing high quality open educational reading resources, and makes them available on the web, mobile, and for print. Resources are currently offered in 43 languages with a goal to provide 100 languages by the end of 2020. The platform will also translate the resources to over 300 languages. Free Services Offered: Always Free!

  • The Indianapolis Public LIbrary

    The Indianapolis Public Library offers over 100 video read alouds from old classics like Where the Wild Things Are to new favorites like Little Jumbo. There are four lists of free video read-alouds: 100+ Free Video Read Alouds, 100 MORE Free Video Read Alouds, 50+ Diverse Video Read Alouds, and Video Read Alouds for Kids in American Sign Language (ASL). Free Services Offered: Free video read alouds of hundreds of books!

  • Lalilo

    Lalilo is an online phonics program that is geared toward K-2 students. The website works on tablets, iPads, and computers. When working with Lalilo, students work on adaptive exercises in phonics, word recognition, and comprehension. As part of the platform, students journey through different worlds, collecting badges and unlocking stories. The vocabulary-rich stories teach students about nature and animals. As a teacher, you can track whole-class and individual progress. If needed, you can also assign specific lessons. Free Services Offered: Always free for teachers

  • Loving2Read

    Loving2Read is an endless library of free children's books! Kids will learn new science, reading, STEM, math, and other skills as they explore books. With the custom dashboard, you can see how many books your child has read. Free Services Offered: Always Free!

  • MetaMetrics - Lexile Word Lists

    MetaMetrics, the developer of the Lexile Framework for Reading, has created a resource of the most frequent science, math, social studies, and ELA words based on textbook programs in grades 1-12. These lists were created to address vocabulary gaps and prepare students for the academic words they will encounter in their learning. You create your own customized and downloadable wordlist in either PDF or Spreadsheet format. Simply select the grade, domain, contents and file format you wish to get and then download your list! Free Services Offered: Free, downloadable word lists of the most frequent words your students should know.

  • NIEA Recommended K-12 Reading List

    The National Indian Education Association has put together a Recommended K-12 Reading List with books by Native Authors and/or with Native Main Characters. This list is broken down by grade level: K-4, 5-8, and 9 & Up. Free Services Offered: Free, downloadable PDF Recommended Reading List.

  • Native American Children's Literature Recommended Reading List

    The First Nations Development Institute has put together a Native American Children's Literature Recommended Reading List. This downloadable PDF document lists books broken up by grade levels: Head Start and Preschool; Early Elementary Grades (K-3); Middle Grades (4-7); High School (8-12); and Comics & Graphic Novels. Free Services Offered: Free, downloadable PDF book list.

  • Quill

    Quill is a non-profit that provides teachers and parents with free, research-backed online tools that support classical writing instruction. The platform offers diagnostic assessments and independent practice activities that focus on grammar and sentence construction. From the diagnostic assessment, Quill generates individualized learning plans that have 10-15 minute activities with instant feedback. As students complete work teachers receive free, in-depth data reports on student performance. There are five writing tools integrated into the platform: Quill Connect, Quill Lessons, Quill Diagnostic, Quill Proofreader, and Quill Grammar. Quill is integrated with Clever and Google Classroom. Free Services Offered: Free teacher account with access to all five writing tools.

  • ReadWorks

    ReadWorks is an online platform with free content, curriculum, and tools to power teaching and learning from Kindergarten through 12th grade. You can use ReadWorks in three ways: Digital Classes (students highlight, annotate, and complete assignments online, teachers can access progress reports & automatic grading), Print, or Projector (project or use your smartboard for classroom instruction). Differentiation is offered through StepReads (less complex versions of original passages), Audio Versions (listen along to texts & questions), and support for ELL, SPED, and struggling readers. Free Services Offered: Always Free!

  • Read&Write

    Read&Write is a software toolbar that helps students create and access content with the literacy support features needed to engage with a personalized learning experience – helping every member of the class meet their full potential. The toolbar includes tools for Reading & Writing such as Text to Speech (reading documents aloud), Text & Picture Dictionaries (provides definitions and displays images to help with comprehension), Talk&Type (turns spoken word into text), and Check It (reviews writing for errors). There are also Researching Tools built into the toolbar such as Collect Highlights (saves highlighting from documents for summarizing/creating bibliographies), Simplify (removes ads/other copy on web pages) and Studying Tools like Audio Maker (converts text into an audio file) and Vocabulary List building. Free Services Offered: Always free for teachers!

  • Stossel in the Classroom

    Stossel in the Classroom is a collection of videos related to subjects like economics, government, and current events designed to encourage critical thinking. The video library currently consists of over 300 videos with new videos being added every month. Many of these videos are paired with comprehensive teacher's guides (including vocabulary, learning objectives, preview activities, viewing guides, discussion questions, post-viewing activities, worksheets, graphic organizers, and more!). Online quizzes are available for your students to take through the website or Google Classroom. If you are looking for an offline resource, free DVDs of the video are available to teachers. The Standards Tool on the website shows you which videos correlate to your state's standards for grades 6-12 across Science, Social Studies, Language Arts, and Health/PE. Free Services Offered: Always free for teachers and students.

  • Write Reader

    WriteReader is an online platform designed for students to create and share books. The books that they create have a spot for student text and adult text for feedback opportunities. WriteReader increases students digital writing skills through easy to use guidelines, inspiration, and tutorial videos. The platform comes with privacy options, teachers’ lock, comment moderation, and user management features. Free Resources Offered: Always Free

  • Conjugemos

    Teach the verbs, vocabulary, and grammar of Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portugese, Korean, and Latin through fun activities and games. This platform has engaging activities for practice and quizzes built right in. The free account will store up to 25 grades in their powerful and easy-to-use gradebook. Free Services Offered: Free accounts for teachers (unlimited access to public activities, up to 5 teacher-created activities, 25 stored grades) and students.

  • Off2Class

    Off2Class is an online ESL tool that was founded as a way to empower independent online ESL teachers as well as institutions teaching online. The tool contains a lesson library of more than 1,000 lessons, complete with homework and a step-by-step curriculum. The tool has a comprehensive placement test, as well as powerful student management features. The free account includes access to 150 lessons & paired homework assignments, the capability of adding up to 20 students for live lessons/homework/tracking, static learning plans, grammar placement test, and community support through their Facebook group. Free Services Offered: Free Account

  • Didax

    Didax has a whole host of virtual manipulatives available online to enhance at-home learning. If you want to use any of the tools within your online learning platform, the tools can be embedded using the iframe command. You can download the iframe texts for each of the tools by following the link on their website. Free Services Offered: Always Free!

  • EquateIO

    EquatIO is software that allows you to create mathematical equations, formulas, and more directly on your computer. You can type, handwrite, or dictate any expression, and EquatIO will convert it to accurate digital math which then can be added into a Microsoft Word doc or G Suite apps with a click. As an educator, you can also create formative assessments and quizzes, facilitate learning through joint problem-solving activities, and accommodates students who have difficulty writing to participate. Features include an equation editor, graph editor, handwriting recognition, speech input, a mobile companion, Chrome workspace, and a screenshot reader (turns any equation across the web into editable math. Free Services Offered: Always free for teachers!

  • Free Math

    Free Math is an online platform that allows students to show their work step-by-step for your to review. Students create their assignments directly from problems in your assigned materials. As a teacher, you can simultaneously review all assignments and analytics show where students struggled. Free Math integrates with Google Classroom, Canvas, Blackboard, and more. Free Services Offered: Always Free!

  • Omni Calculator

    Omni Calculator is a website that has hundreds of custom-built calculators. Each calculator is meant for a specific type of problem - percentages, algebra, arithmetic, coordinate geometry, fractions, linear algebra, trigonometry, 2D geometry, triangle, 3D geometry, sequences, and more! Simply click on the calculator of the type of problem you are solving, enter in the information, and get the answer! With each calculator you will find an explanation of the type of problem, links to other related topics, and a FAQ section. The calculators also come with code that you can use to embed them into your website or presentation! Free Services Offered: Always Free!

  • ORIGO Education

    ORIGO Education is offering a collection of free math learning resources to support teachers, parents, and caregivers as they strive to keep students engaged and continually learning. ORIGO at Home features free weekly, digital plans for home use. These weekly plans contain activities for each day, along with digitally accessible or downloadable resources, designed for delivery by a parent, caregiver or remote teachers. Teachers or caregivers simply choose a grade level and start at Week 1. The lesson plan format provides everything needed for instruction and is written so it can be implemented outside of the classroom. Students can engage in the work on a device or resources can be downloaded for printing. In addition, most of the student resources are available in Spanish. Free Services Offered: 9 Free Weekly Lesson Plans for Pre-K through Grade 6.

  • Prodigy

    Prodigy is an engaging, curriculum-aligned math platform for students and teachers from 1st – 8th grade. The platform encourages self-paced math practice for both in and out of school that is leveled based on your students progress. Prodigy meets ESSA Tier 3 in partnership with John Hopkins University. Your students can work through topics based on their levels or you can assign specific skills for them to complete; all while they think they are playing a game! State test prep is also available to assign. Free Services Offered: Always Free.

  • Tailor-ED

    Tailor-ED provides holistic learning experiences tailored to the needs of the teacher, the classroom, and each and every student. The Teacher Basic Plan is free and includes K-8 standard aligned math resources, smart differentiated lesson tools, and SEL-based exit tickets. You can create up to 4 units with the free teacher account. Free Services Offered: Always Free.

  • Take Charge Today

    Take Charge Today is a program and curriculum with a decision-based approach to personal finance for Grades 7-12. The program provides a consistent framework for thinking through financial choices in order to improve well-being. They provide educators with ready-to-teach, activity-based lesson plans. Free Services Offered: Always Free

  • Zearn Math

    Zearn is a comprehensive math program that supports teachers in creating engaging daily learning where all kids deeply learn and love math. Zearn Math brings together hands-on teaching and immersive digital learning, resulting in multiple pathways into math concepts and more opportunities for support. Zearn has top-rated coherent intervention materials and implementation tools to make Zearn Math work for your classroom. Free Services Offered: The K-5 curriculum is available for free.

  • Certell

    Certell is a collection of forever free social studies content that is created by teachers, for teachers. It is trusted, standards-based, media rich, digitally delivered content at your fingertips across any device. They over everything you need to teach a subject, digitally accessible in one place for economics, government, and American history. Free Services Offered: Always Free Social Studies Content

  • The Daily Bellringer

    The Daily Bellringer is a YouTube channel designed to be a resource for American History educators to use in their classrooms. Each video has questions in the video description for students to answer and includes an EdPuzzle link allowing you to stop the video for the students to answer these questions. These videos could be used as a warm-up activity, homework assignments, distance learning resource, class review, or as a resource to flip your classroom. New videos are added weekly and you can gather more information by joining the email list. Free Services Offered: Free American History videos.

  • HipHughes History

    HipHughes History is a series of upbeat, personable and educational lectures designed for students and lifelong learners. The videos primarily focus on US History and Politics but span across World History and general interest, spanning topics such as US History, Test Review, the U.S. Constitution, Political Science, Supreme Court Cases, Elections, World History, Religion, and Student Skills. The video series also includes “Teacher Talk”, which are videos aimed to help you utilize this resource as well as general classroom engagement/management. Free Services Offered: Free videos on YouTube on a variety of topics.

  • Seminary Ridge Museum

    During this time of digital learning, the Seminary Ridge Museum is offering access to their student-paced digital lessons free of charge. Their educators have developed virtual lessons that harness the power of Nearpod Student Engagement software to create a learning experience rich on subject matter and skill-building activities. Content and assessment are packaged together in Nearpod, creating a seamless experience for teachers and students alike. On the education page, you will find Lessons for High School and Middle School as well as Information for Classroom Educators. Free Services Offered: Free access to digital lessons.

  • Stossel in the Classroom

    Stossel in the Classroom is a collection of videos related to subjects like economics, government, and current events designed to encourage critical thinking. The video library currently consists of over 300 videos with new videos being added every month. Many of these videos are paired with comprehensive teacher's guides (including vocabulary, learning objectives, preview activities, viewing guides, discussion questions, post-viewing activities, worksheets, graphic organizers, and more!). Online quizzes are available for your students to take through the website or Google Classroom. If you are looking for an offline resource, free DVDs of the video are available to teachers. The Standards Tool on the website shows you which videos correlate to your state's standards for grades 6-12 across Science, Social Studies, Language Arts, and Health/PE. Free Services Offered: Always free for teachers and students.

  • The National Constitution Center

    The National Constitution Center offers free online civic learning opportunities, including Scholar Exchanges (live virtual conversations where students learn about the Constitution while interacting with a scholar). Teachers can also sign up for Classroom Exchanges where classes interact directly with other classes across the US to discuss constitutional issues. Interactive Constitution resources, such as videos, interpretations, blogs and podcasts, are also available. Daily live constitutional conversations for middle school, high school, and college students are available through Zoom. Free Services Offered: Free lectures, civil dialogue sessions, daily live constitutional conversations, classroom exchanges, and resources.

  • The White House Historical Association

    The White House Historical Association has put together virtual education resources for learners of all ages to utilize. The resources are broken up into two grade level spans, K-5 and 6-12. They have curated content such as resources packets, reading lists, short educational videos, historical essays, and a digital library of White House and presidential images. They have also made available a virtual tour of the White House. Free Services Offered: Free virtual education resources.

  • Big River Journey Online

    Big River Journey is an amazing science and riverboat adventure field trip, geared for grades 4-5,that has been around for more than 20 years! Now it is available to teachers and students in an online format that can be accessed anytime for free! This highly interactive website was designed in conjunction with Hamline University’s Center for Global Environmental Education and provides students an exciting way to explore the many topics associated with the actual field trip. Highly adaptable to an educator’s curriculum, this site contains all you need for learning more about the science and heritage of the Mississippi River. If you have questions, contact Ranger Lyndon Torstenson ([email protected]). Free Services Offered: Free online science and riverboat adventure field trip.

  • Generation Genius

    Generation Genius is a science teaching resource that brings school science standards to life through fun and educational videos paired with lesson plans, activities, quizzes, reading materials, discussion questions, and more. The videos are filmed in Hollywood, produced in partnership with the National Science Teaching Association, and have been aligned to standards in all 50 states. You can generate a student link for each of the videos, the reading material has built-in read aloud features, and lesson plans/teacher guides are provided. Each video comes with multiple assessment options, such as quizzes (digital and paper) and exit tickets. Free Services Offered: Free access to videos and resources (Note: Using the Google Form format of the quiz does require you to have an account).

  • Living River Online

    Living River is a riverboat field trip program, geared for grades 3-4, that is now available as an interactive online site! Recognized by the National Park Foundation as an easily navigable website for river learners, this site provides students with an understanding of how floodplain forests help support two very important species: mighty mussels and powerful pike! Features of the site include topic video introductions by park rangers, slide deck lessons, interactive games, vocabulary puzzles, activities to encourage outside learning, and a literacy poetry challenge. Teachers can easily adapt the materials to create fun and engaging lessons, and a teacher guide will also be added to this online learning experience in November. For questions, contact Ranger Jim Ford ([email protected]). Free Services Offered: Free, virtual riverboat field trip.

  • Mystery Science

    Mystery Science offers science lessons in English and Spanish for Kindergarten through 5th Grade. There are full and mini-lessons available with out having to create an account. Full Lessons come with a hands-on activity. You can also create a free account to access even more lessons. Free Services Offered: Free trial through June 30, 2022!

  • Omni Calculator

    Omni Calculator is a website that has hundreds of custom-built calculators. Each calculator is meant for a specific type of problem - chemistry, ecology, physics and more! Simply click on the calculator of the type of problem you are solving, enter in the information, and get the answer! With each calculator you will find an explanation of the type of problem, links to other related topics, and a FAQ section. The calculators also come with code that you can use to embed them into your website or presentation! Free Services Offered: Always Free!

  • ASL eBooks and Resources

    This is an ongoing compilation of free resources available online, and this document will be continually updated with new links. New resources will be added to the TOP of the appropriate category for easy visibility. Here are the categories of resources: Temporary Free Resources, ASL Storybook Readings by age, ASL Storytelling, Basic ASL & Vocabulary, Deaf Culture, Preschool – Grade 8 Breakdowns, ASL Songs, Science, Social Studies, ELA, and For Parents. Free Services Offered: Ongoing free list of resources.

  • AssistiveWare Core Word Classroom

    AssistiveWare Core Word Classroom offers a range of resources designed for AAC implementation. The materials provided can be used to teach and model core words throughout the day. You will find materials such as printable core word displays, planners for teaching core words during common activities, Core Word of the Week planners and displays, and resources & references for AAC implementation. There is also a section of the website dedicated to using core words at home. Free Services Offered: Always free

  • Boardmaker

    To help educators, parents, and learners during this time of need, the Tobii Dynavox team has gathered their resources and created Coronavirus materials within them. There are resources for Communicating about Coronavirus: topic pages for Snap Core First, activities and resources, videos to get started, and Hospital Intensive Care Unit Communication Resources. You can also access these resources: Pathways (free Snap Core First companion App), 30-day free trial to Boardmaker Online and Boardmaker Activities-to-Go (free, ready-made activities). Free Services Offered: Communication Materials, Activities to go, and a free trial to Boardmaker.

  • Capti

    Capti is a text to speech anywhere platform. You can sign up for a free account that has the following features: text to speech for reading; speech tracking word by word; fonts, colors, masking, etc.; cross-device sync; screen-reader accessibility; advanced text navigation; and offline use. There is a Chrome Browser Extension that applies these features to any webpage and also allows the import of articles/text/images/documents to Capti. You can save to Capti from links, phone, computer, Drive, Dropbox, Bookshare, Project Gutenberg as rich text format. Free Services Offered: Free Account

  • Center on Online Learning and Students with Disabilities

    The challenge of the Center on Online Learning and Students with Disabilities is to address learner variability by conducting research to make online learning more accessible, engaging, and effective for students with disabilities, for whom traditional forms of education have been only moderately successful and the precipitous growth in online instruction threatens to exclude. To address these issues, the Center will assume a leadership role in conducting research and building a network of research collaborators representing a wide array of disciplines whose expertise impacts learner outcomes. Free Services Offered: Publications and Resources (UDL Scan Tool, VPAT List, State Policy Guide, and Resource Documents)

  • Control Alt Achieve

    This website offers a list of Chrome extensions for students with special needs. The blog lists over 30 Chrome web extensions that can assist students in five main categories: text to speech, readability, reading comprehension, focus, and navigation. Free Services Offered: Free list of Chrome Extensions

  • Coronavirus Social Narrative - Autism Little Learners

    Simple social story to help children understand the changes in their routines, as well as understand the stress and anxiety by the adults around them. This social story is available in English, Spanish, Russian, and Vietnamese. Free Services Offered: Free Social Story

  • Double Time Docs

    Double Time Docs is an online software that helps you write your Pediatric Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy evaluation reports very quickly. You simply answer multiple choice, fill-in and short answer questions and your fully-written report is generated automatically. Double Time Docs recently started offering access to their software completely free for the 2020-21 school year for school district and private clinics. Free Services Offered: Free use of the online platform; unlimited credits for schools; 3 free credits for individuals (more available upon request).

  • Glean Start Coaches Newsletter

    List of resources to help special education students and families during home learning. Resources are available in the following categories: visuals & social stories, parent guides, language arts & reading, math, additional academic resources, and social skills/social emotional skills. Free Resources Offered: Free read!

  • Guide to starting Home Learning for Parents of kids & teens with autism

    The Teachers Pay Teachers account Curriculum for Autism, run by Kristen who is a single mom to a young adult with autism, has a free guide to starting home learning for parents of kids & teens with autism. This guide provides support and reassurance as parents start having to educate their child/children at home. Free Services Offered: Free Guide

  • Helperbird

    Helperbird is a browser extension that gives you features to help make websites accessible. The extension includes features such as dyslexic fonts, an immersive reader layout, changing of font sizes, screenshots, reader mode, Google Translate (over 23 languages), color blindness underline, and color blindness text stroke. Works on Chrome, Firefox, and Edge. Free Services Offered: Free download of the extension.

  • Special Education with Pat

    Pat Noonan is a special education teacher from Methuen, MA, who has launched a YouTube channel dedicated to putting out weekly videos for students with autism and intellectual disabilities. The videos incorporate Boardmaker pictures into a familiar TV show format that students enjoy (think Blue’s Clues, Dora the Explorer, Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, etc). Each video comes with 3 companion worksheets that are linked in the video description. Free Services Offered: Free videos and downloadable worksheets.

  • Special Needs for Special Kids

    Special Needs for Special Kids is a website run by a mom-turned-teacher. She develops and sells curriculum material online to teachers - and offers access to some of her resources for free! The Free Resource Library contains social stories, content resources, digital resources, and other free resources. You will need to sign up to receive the password for the library.

  • Stages Learning Language Builder ARIS Curriculum

    Stages Learning is giving free lessons, materials, activity sheets, data tracking sheets, behavior management tools, and a basic overview of how to use the system to those who are working with children with autism or other special needs at home. These materials are a sampling of lessons and are 100% free to families. Free Services Offered: ARIS Emergency Home Education Program Overview, Language Builder ARIS Manual – Abbreviated for Home Use, 34 Downloadable Lesson Plans for Early Autism Education, and 56 Language Builder Picture Cards for Download.

  • Tar Heel Reader

    Tar Heel Reader is a collection of free, easy-to-read, and accessible books on a wide range of topics. Each book can be speech enabled and accessed using multiple interfaces, including touch screens, the IntelliKeys with custom overlays, and 1 to 3 switches (instructions are available online). You can also write your own books using pictures from the huge collection in the platform or that you upload. The website is available in multiple languages. Free Services Offered: Free, accessible books.

  • AVID Open Access

    AVID Open Access provides practical, bite-size tips and grab-and-go lesson plans and teaching resources. The platform offers easy-to-use, standalone STEM activities for various grade levels as well as subject-specific and grade-level appropriate examples that illustrate how teachers can meaningfully embed digital tools in lessons to meet their learning objectives. These resources show teachers how to engage with both technology and people, so that students get more out of instruction. Free Services Offered: Free access to collaboration tools, videos, and class activities.

  • CMU CS Academy

    CMU CS Academy is a curriculum to introduce your students to Python programming. The curriculum is a free online, interactive high school computer science curriculum. Daily webinars are provided for educators interested in learning more. Free Services Offered: Always Free

  • Full Steam Ahead

    MIT has created Full STEAM Ahead, a website to help educators teach online. They have created K-12 Learning Packages are a set of resources designed around a theme to inform, inspire, and activate the minds of learners from elementary through high school. Each package has activities broken down into K-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12. The packages are available on the site, but contain a combination of materials that can be used offline and online. Free Services Offered: 10 Weeks of STEAM packages

  • Numerade

    Numerade hosts the largest STEM video library in the world – over 200,000 step-by-step solutions to the top STEM textbooks across secondary and postsecondary education. The explanations are listed by textbook, simply find your book and choose the section you would like help with. Students can also access full length courses with conceptual content videos covering every topic within the subject. For Educators, Numerade allows unlimited posting of video lectures for your students to access in a “remote classroom setting”. The platform allows you to create and post a video in less than 10 minutes. Free Services Offered: Free step-by-step solutions to popular textbook questions, full length courses, and a free “remote classroom setting” where you can post videos of lessons for students to access.

  • PCS Edventures - Blocksmith 3D Coding & Design

    PCS Edventures instills a passion in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics in students in grades K-12. Blocksmith 3D Coding & Design is a tool for students to explore 3D modeling, animation, programming, and video game design. Students in grades 4-12 explore topics in technology, robotics, and coding. The free trial includes Blocksmith administrator account setup where you can manage and oversee the progress of unlimited student accounts, free BlocksmithXR Builder app for unlimited device downloads (online access is available), and access to 4 chapters of the Classic Games Quest with opportunities for team or classroom collaboration. Free Resources Offered: Blocksmith 3D Coding & Design Trial (through June 15, 2020) & downloadable STEM/STEAM activities!

  • Penjee

    Penjee is a place where you can learn how to code with the python language. Start right away with the tutorial. Whenever you solve a challenge, a green button will be shown. Click it to move to the next step. Each task is guided with hints, directions, and solutions if you get stuck! Free Resources Offered: Free access for the remainder of the school year in 2020 (through at least July).

  • STEM from the START

    STEM from the START is a curriculum resource for teaching STEM content to PreK-2 students. Blending animated adventures with guided activities, these free lessons are engaging, effective, easy to prepare and aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards. Discovery Breaks are questions posed directly to students where the video is designed to be paused to engage and explore with activities found in the Discovery Guide. Free Services Offered: Always Free!

  • Vidcode

    Vidcode is a computer science curriculum and coding platform. The courses teach computer science, object-oriented programming, web programming, design, & JavaScript. Learners can upload photos, illustrations, videos, and audio – and manipulate them with code right away! This allows tweens and teens to connect computer programming to the media they interact with every day. Webinars are available to help you get started. Free Services Offered: Full platform and Curriculum for free until May 2020.

  • Actively Learn

    Ready-to-go ELA, science, and social studies assignments, curriculum units, premium features, and more are free! Teachers can upload unlimited content and easily create engaging assignments, give students real-time feedback, quickly set up student collaboration, use Extra-Help scaffolds for struggling students, assess student progress, and more. And now students have access to a new independent reading library, too. The articles can be translated into over 100 languages and progress monitoring tools allow you as the teacher to easily see what supports are being used and provide feedback.Our experts are giving free webinars every day to answer questions. Free Resources Offered: Register for your free account today!

  • Boom Cards

    Boom Cards are self-grading exercises that are gamified for students and provide the data teachers want. The store has decks of cards that have been created by teachers. Some of the decks are free, while others cost “points”, which you can purchase through the site. The free Starter membership plan includes unlimited Fast Play, 1 section of 5 students, the ability to make 5 decks, and play sounds. The decks provide instant feedback, and you can generate “Fast Pins” links (note, Fast Pins do not store progress for later review and are better suited for practice and whiteboard use). Hyperplay links allow you to link Boom Cards assignments into your current management system. Exportable reports are created when your students play a deck that contain their average, time on the score, and best/most recent scores. Free Services Offered: Free Account

  • Curriki

    Curriki is building an OPEN and Free content development environment, toolkit, and ecosystem for a tech-first generation of learners. It is bringing the most engaging, innovative, and impactful digital learning experiences to students. Free Services Offered: Library of free learning resources.

  • EverFi

    EVERFI empowers educators to bring real-world learning into the classroom and equip students with the skills they need for success. EVERFI's digital curricula empower teachers to bring critical skills education into the classroom. The interactive, game-based lessons help prepare students in the following topics: Financial Education, STEM & Career Readiness, Social & Emotional Learning, Health & Wellness, Cultural Literacy and Summer Learning. Free Services Offered: Always free for educators.

  • Facts4Me

    Facts4Me is an online reference tool for primary readers of English. This site is written by teachers and is committed to offering high-quality, educationally-sound information in an ad-free, child-safe environment. Teachers can have elementary students look up information for research projects here! Free Services Offered: Always Free!

  • Fiveable

    Fiveable is a social learning platform for AP students to learn collaboratively. They can learn through live reviews, live trivia games, and study guides. There is a team of teachers, exam readers, and rockstar students who produce interactive content every week. As a teacher, you get a free dashboard that allows you to add students and assign live or pre-recorded events. Free Services Offered: All of the content is free!

  • Freckle

    Freckle empowers teachers to differentiate instruction across Math, ELA, Social Studies, and Science. Students automatically work on the Math, ELA, Social Studies, and Science lessons that are perfect for them. That way, they are always engaged and challenged, never facing material that is too difficult or easy for them. You know exactly how they’re doing – With Freckle’s easy to use reports, you can quickly see how all of your students are performing across standards and skills. Freckle offers content for the following subjects and grade levels: Math K-9, ELA K-12, Social Studies K-12, and Science K-8. Free Services Offered: Always Free for teachers.

  • Gamilab

    Gamilab is an online platform where you can find and create easy, fun and educational games. You can create fun quizzes or full curriculum learning games by using over 40 different interactive content types, 30,000 questions from the question bank, adding your own questions, or importing your Quizlet sets. As the teacher, you share your game with your students through a custom playcode. You also receive feedback on player performance! Free Services Offered: Free for schools and individuals.

  • GoNoodle: Good Energy at Home

    GoNoodle is a company focused on engaging kids with movement and mindfulness videos created by child development experts. As an educator, you have free access to 100s of movement and mindfulness videos for the classroom! For the summer, GoNoodle has released a free online resource called "Good Energy for Grownups" with free videos and activity ideas that can be accessed on their website. Free Services Offered: Free Educator account

  • Izzit

    Izzit offers free, high-quality educational materials to educators. All of the videos come with additional resources - Teachers Guides, activities, quizzes, and more! There are also two Current Event lessons each school day with vocabulary words and discussion questions. Free Services Offered: Always free!

  • Kahoot!

    Self-paced challenge mode is a free feature that’s already available for all educators. Students can complete self-paced games by themselves at home, on a mobile device, or computer. Teachers can use advanced reports to facilitate formative assessment and adjust instruction based on student performance – even then they cannot attend school. Kahoot! Premium also lets teachers put together a bank of school-wide educational games and collaborate with other teachers in their school. Free Services Offered: Free account

  • KET's PBS Learning Media

    PBS Learning Media has curated a special collection of resources organized by grade and subject area. Find videos, lesson plans, and activities that support learning at home. Teachers can create a free account to save and organize the content. You can plan and adapt the lessons in creative ways, using the Lesson Builder tool, Google Classroom, Remind, and more. For early educators - there are assembled packets of printable activities to download and share. Free Services Offered: Free Resources sorted by grade and subject.

  • Legends of Learning

    Legends of Learning is an online, game-based learning platform for middle school & elementary classrooms. There are over 2000 math and science games and simulations for grades 1-8 across 350+ learning objectives. Elementary and Middle School teachers can find a game for every lesson that meets national and state standards. There are two main types of games: content mastery and question based. You can create custom playlists for individuals and groups within your class, allowing you to differentiate learning. The games will give you real-time analytics through the dashboard. The free teacher account gives you unlimited access to games, randomized assessments, ability to share assignments with colleagues, student-level data, and Google integration! Legends of Learning is COPPA and FERPA compliant. Free Services Offered: Free account for you and your students.

  • National Indian Education Association Digital Learning Activities

    The National Indian Education Association (NIEA) has partnered with IllumiNative to create and disseminate digital education tools, lesson plans, and resources. Resources are available for free and downloadable, segmented into goups by grade level: PK-2, -5, and 6-12. These lessons combine learnig the history of Native Americans with subjects such as math, reading, science, physical ed, music, and art. Each activity comes with a description, estimated time to complete, and a downloadable PDF lesson plan. Free Services offered: Free digital lessons & tasks

  • Rock Hall EDU

    Rock Hall EDU is a free digital learning platform that is full of resources and activities that use the power of rock & roll to engage students of all ages. Within the platform you’ll find professionally developed lesson plans, activities and downloadable activity sheets, presentations, videos, playlists, and digitized primary source materials from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Library & Archives. All materials are searchable by subject, grade, decade, or media type. These resources have been developed and curated by the award-winning Education team and meet national and state learning standards in a variety of subject areas. Free Services Offered: Free account with access to all learning materials.

  • SplashLearn

    SplashLearn is a premium game-based learning program that intelligently adapts to each child’s skill level and helps them master appropriate skills for Math and Reading at their own pace. SplashLearn is Common Core curriculum-aligned and covers PreK through Grade 5. The program comes with a separate parent/teacher dashboard which allows them to track children’s progress and identify areas of need. SplashLearn is FERPA and COPPA compliant. Free Services Offered: Free for teachers and schools.

  • Varsity Tutors - Virtual School Day

    Varsity Tutors offers free large group classes taught by subject-matter experts from a huge range of topics such as ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies, Art, Technology & Coding, and Test Prep. They also offer Self Study options that are free tools and resources to help your student learn at a pace that works for them. In the Self Study section you will find a list of critical skills per grade, free adaptive assessments to determine where students have needs, and you can create a free Learning Lab account for lessons to target those skills. Free Services offered: Free large group classes, lists of skills by grade level, content assessments, and Learning Lab accounts.

  • Wide Open School

    Wide Open School brings together big names across education, technology, and media to create a free, one-stop shop site for education resources for K-12 students, teachers, and parents. The site has an interactive daily schedule customized to your student’s age range, a list of live virtual events (such as story times and concerts), and links to materials for every school subject. All the materials are free and vetted for quality by Common Sense. There are Spanish materials available. The website also offers resources that can be used offline as well as lists of sites that are accessible on cell phones. Free Services Offered: Free resources, materials, daily schedules, and lists of live virtual events.

  • Better World Ed

    Better World Ed has put together a free Coronavirus Learning Unit for educators and students. This learning Unit discusses why learning about the virus matters, offers videos & resources, has reflection questions, suggests ways to involve your students, and provides a reading list. Free Resources Offered: Free Learning Unit

  • Canva for Education

    Canva for Education is a creativity tool that you and your students can use for project-based learning and creating presentations, infographics, websites, reports, worksheets, posters, flyers, and signage! Canva for Education was created to be easy for students to use, it is a drag and drop platform. Canva is optimized for Chromebooks, works with Google Classroom rostering, and is COPPA/FERPA compliant. Free Services Offered: Canva for Education is free for educators!

  • Common Sense Education Digital Learning Agreement

    Common Sense, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of all kids and families, has created and shared a Digital Learning Agreement. This agreement was created for parents and/or teachers to use to set a positive culture of digital citizenship for distance learning. The form can be copied or downloaded, and it is editable so you can add or delete the items to fully match your learning environment. Available in English and Spanish. Free Services Offered: Free, editable form in English and Spanish

  • Conscious Discipline

    Conscious Discipline is trauma-informed, evidence-based social emotional learning curriculum. The curriculum is based on four essential components: conscious discipline brain state model, seven powers for conscious adults, creating the school family, and seven skills of discipline. Conscious Discipline is offering access to virtual professional development, trauma webinars, free premium resources, and a free resource membership. Free Services Offered: Webinars, digital SEL (social-emotional learning) library memberships, SEL how-to articles, family management tips and resources, and digital/printable student activities (including coronavirus 101 materials).

  • COVID-19 Educational Resources

    This is a master resource list that is updated continuously. The GLIDE tool appears like an app, however it is a web-based tool. Within the GLIDE you can search for specific resources by typing in the search bar or utilize the categories. Educators from around the world have been sharing and submitting resources to this tool. If you have resources to share, you can also add them by using the + sign at the top of the tool and filling out the form.

  • Curriculum Rocks!

    Curriculum Rocks! was started by two teachers and sisters to provide entertaining and educational music for parents, teachers, and children. This song, "Ready, Set, Let's Get Started!" was created to help students embrace the challenges of distance learning (and remember the guidelines). Free Services Offered: Free video & lyrics are provided in the description on YouTube.

  • Teaching Children About Money: Resources for Promoting Financial Literacy

    FiscalTiger has put together a list of resources to help you teach financial literacy and money awareness. The list is broken down by age: Toddlers, Elementary School Students, Middle School STudents, and High School Students. For each age group there are financial literacy activities, a list of apps, and a list of resources. Free Services Offered: Free list of activities, apps, and resources.

  • Global Educator Collective

    This is a facebook group of over 46,000 educators created to support each other in planning distance or online learning due to school closures for COVID-19. There are tons of ideas and resources shared in an ongoing manner, and many teachers are linking up to collaborate from across the country. From this group, a number of break-out groups focused on specific content areas/roles have been created.

  • Emotional ABCs Classroom

    Emotional ABCs Classroom is a teacher-led, research-based Social Emotional Learning curriculum that provides teachers (K-3) with 20 sequential Workshops, support materials, and a flexible structure for classroom instruction. The curriculum aligns with all 5 of CASEL core competencies of Self-Awareness, Social Awareness, Self-Management, Responsible Decision Making, and Relationship Building. The flexible Workshop format easily combines with other lesson plans and any related Common Core Standards are listed! Free Services Offered: Free program access for teachers!

  • The Epic eBook of Web Tools & Apps

    The Epic eBook of Web Tools & Apps is a free, crowdsourced guide by educators for educators. This guide was created as a “go-to” resource for educators as they integrate technology into their classroom. Right now, there are 90 different resources included in the eBook. Each resource has pages of information that will help you get started, including a summary of what the tool does, how to set it up, tips, and ideas on how to use it! Free Services Offered: Free eBook access.

  • Excel Easy

    Excel Easy is a website that offers free, easy to follow tutorials that walk you through different functions and commands in Microsoft Excel. The tutorials are broken up into sections: Introduction, Basics, Functions, Data Analysis, and VBA (Visual Basics for Applications). The step-by-step examples include picture references so that you can see where you should click and what your spreadsheet should look like. Free Services Offered: Free examples and tutorials.

  • Google App Teacher Tutorials

    Teacher Tutorials is an excel spreadsheet that has tutorial links for all of the Google Apps, as well as 11 additional apps. You will find links for tutorials for just about anything that you need to do! At the top of the spreadsheet is a link to Parent/Student tutorials that you can share with your students and their families! Free Services Offered: Free tutorials

  • KwikSurveys

    KwikSurveys is an online assessment tool that allows you to create and easily distribute customized quizzes. The platform offers features such as a quiz timer, custom messaging to students based on scores, and tracking for completion. You can also utilize A/B split testing if you would like. Students can respond on any device they have access to. The quizzes are automatically scored, and the data is compiled as charts and graphs in a professional digital report. Free Services Offered: The Pro plan is free for schools and teachers for 3 months.

  • Learn Everywhere

    Yes. Every Kid. has put together a Facebook group called Learn Everywhere. This is a community of resources, of support and access. Whether you’re a parent with a child at home, an educator in search of material, or a curious student, this group will let you share ideas, solutions and find learning materials. Free Resources Offered: Free Facebook group.

  • OTIS for educators!

    Teq is a platform that evaluates and delivers produces and services for the educational environment. They are dedicated to providing PD and instructional support to educators. Right now, Teq is offering educators free access to OTIS for educators! PD courses. Individual teachers can sign up for a free basic account to register themselves, schools can set up for their entire school. Free Resources Offered: Access to OTIS for educators! PD courses

  • Remark Test Grading Cloud

    Remark Test Grading Cloud allows busy teachers to quickly create and grade tests in the cloud so they can get more accomplished with less. With just a few clicks of the mouse, teachers can create an online test or a printable test answer sheet to be distributed to their students. The link to the online assessment is emailed directly to the students for completion. Completed tests are automatically graded using the answer key you create and the built-in analysis reports show student, class, and test item performance. You can also export the scores to your gradebook or LMS. Free Services Offered: Free access to the platform through the end of 2021.

  • Training and Access Project (TAP)

    TAP is an initiative within Boston Children’s Hospital Neighborhood Partnerships that offers high quality professional development and consultation services. TAP is developing a series of free online courses for educators and school communities. Each training is composed of easy-to-follow videos on key topics related to social-emotional learning and behavioral health. Free Services Offered: 5 Online Free Trainings (You will need to create a free account)

  • Wakelet

    Wakelet is the easiest way to capture, organize, and share multi-media resources. With Wakelet, you can bookmark anything (articles, resources, videos, social media posts, podcasts, and more!), organize and curate your collection (add your own notes, images, videos, and PDF's), and collaborate and share (invite others to contribute). You can then present your information! Free Services Offered: Always Free

  • BrainPOP Espanol

    BrainPOP is a learning resource supporting core and supplemental subjects, reaching millions of learners worldwide through learning made visible through tools that challenge students to reflect, make connections, and engage in deeper, curiosity-driven learning. The videos on the website also come with engaging learning games, animated movies, and activities. There is a specific Spanish Brain POP website that offers all materials and videos in Spanish. Free Services Offered: A selection of content is available for free covering social sciences, math, health, technology, art and music, and Spanish.

  • Children's Library

    The International Children’s Digital Library was founded to support the world’s children in becoming effective members of the global community - who exhibit tolerance and respect for diverse cultures, languages and ideas - by making the best in children’s literature available online free of charge. The Foundation pursues its vision by building a digital library of outstanding children’s books from around the world and supporting communities of children and adults in exploring and using this literature through innovative technology designed in close partnership with children for children. Books are available in Spanish, and you can sort the books by length, age & topic. Free Services Offered: Free access to books.

  • CommonLit

    CommonLit is a nonprofit education technology organization working to support all students with reading, writing, communication, and problem-solving skills. The CommonLit Literacy Midel is built on a foundation of over 2,000 high-quality free reading passages for grades 3-12, complimented by aligned interim assessments, growth oriented goals, and expert led teacher development. Teachers can assign Mini Units (short, self-paced thematic units for grades 5-12) and Text Sets (relevant reading passages from a variety of genres). Passages are available in Spanish. Free Services Offered: Free account access for teachers and students.

  • Engaging Every Student

    This website offers a list of Dual Immersion Spanish Resources. You will find links for Spanish Langauge Games, Spanish Portals, Spanish Language E-Books and More for Emerging Readers, Spanish Language Reference Websites, Spanish Learning Activities to Print, Apps for Kids/All Ages, Software/Apps for Adults/Teens, Spanish Language Theater, and More! Free Services Offered: Free list of websites offering Spanish Resources.

  • Khan Academy

    Khan Academy offers free courses of all grade levels to help students master subjects and accelerate their learning. Through these courses, Kahn Academy allows students to personalize their learning and learn at their own pace. Khan Academy is available in more than 40 languages! Free Services Offered: Free standards-aligned lessons ranging from Kindergarten to advanced math.

  • Resource Guide for Spanish Immersion Students During School Closures

    This is a blog post from a former Spanish teacher turned bilingual blogger who has curated a list of foreign language resources in reading, writing, speaking, listening and grammar - plus resources for parents who don’t speak Spanish. Free Services Offered: Free list of foreign language resources to help with Bilingual/Spanish education

  • The Fable Cottage

    The Fable Cottage is a website that has a host of bilingual tales for language learners. These stories are available in English, French, Italian, Spanish, and German. There are 10 stories on the site, and you have the option of listening to the text or watching the video that goes with the story. The text of the story is available right on the page so your learners can follow along! Free Services Offered: 10 stories available in 5 languages each!

  • The Spanish Experiment

    The Spanish Experiment is a website that has well-known children’s stories translated into Spanish and spoken by a native Spanish speaker. You can read along in Spanish or English. The website also contains free online beginner Spanish lessons with audio. Free Services Offered: 5 free stories with audio and text & 15 free beginner Spanish lessons

  • SALSA: Spanish for Children

    SALSA blends puppets, animation, live action, and music to create a unique experience for first-time learners of Spanish language and culture. SALSA spices up learning by creating visually exciting production, complete with funny characters that children can enjoy, in situations they can quickly recognize and understand. SALSA also portrays the rice variety and heritage of Hispanic culture. You can share episodes of this show directly to Google Classroom as an assignment, and support materials/standards alignment are provided on the page for each episode. Free Services Offered: Free access to 42 episodes of the show, standards alignment, and supporting materials.

  • Smithsonian Educational Resources

    The Smithsonian Institution has curated a list of educational resources that are bilingual and in Spanish in the following content areas: Art and Culture, History and Social Studies, and Science and Nature. These resources are available for families, caregivers, teachers, and students. This spreadsheet breaks down the activities by grade level, topic, name of the resource, URL, and notes about the resources (language description, etc.). Free Services Offered: Free catalog of Spanish Resources from the Smithsonian Institution

  • Unite for Literacy

    Unite for Literacy has developed a platform, publishing tools, and systems-based strategies to change the literacy landscape of communities and optimize the future for all young children. The Unite online library provides free access to more than 400 original picture books, one fourth of them written in Spanish. The digital books provide audio narrations in more than 40 languages, spoken by native speakers in warm, expressive voices. The languages of narration include indigenous and endangered languages along with languages most widely spoken in the US. Free Services Offered: Free digital books in Spanish with narration.

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