Distance Learning Resources

COVID-19 has forced us to stay home so we can be healthy. Learning from home can be hard, but there are many resources that can help make things easier (maybe even fun!) during distance learning.

Academic Resources

Resources for Multi-Subject Learning Practice

Resources for Reading Practice

Resources for Math Practice

Resources for Science, Art, PE, Hmong Practice

Library Go

Guidance for Using Local Public Libraries


Podcasts

Fun Learning Podcasts

Radiolab for Kids: A science focused radio show from WNYC. (Grades 5-12)
Brains On: An award-winning science podcast for kids and curious adults from APM.
(All ages
)
Wow in the World: A podcast about the latest news in science and technology from NPR. (All ages)
Tumble: A podcast about fascinating science topics that a love of science.(All ages)
But Why?: A podcast for curious kids inspired by curious kids from NPR. (All ages)
KidNuz: News for kids offering 5 mins of the day's top stories, politics, science, entertainment, sports and more. (All ages)
The Past & Curious: Interesting, little-known stories from history. (All ages)
Stuff You Should Know: A podcast explaining the ins and outs of everyday things. (Grades 6-12)
Pickle: A podcast that explores life’s trickiest questions with curious kids. (All ages)
Book Club for Kids: A biweekly podcast features middle schoolers talking about a popular YA books. (Grades 6-8)

Storytelling Podcasts

All ages.
All ages.
All ages.
All ages.
All ages.
All ages.
All ages.
For Grades 2-5.
For Grades 2-5.
For Grades 4-6.
For Grades 4-6.
For Grades 4-6.
For Grades 2-6.
For Grades 7 and up.
For Grades 7 and up.
For Grades 7 and up.