Remote Learning Resources
The resources below can be used to help keep your scholar busy & learning during this time of remote learning.
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General Online Resources
Start by focusing on making and sticking to a routine. Kids are used to following a schedule at school, so making a blueprint for the day will be helpful during this challenging time. Start by mapping out how the days will look at home to match how they learn at school. The goal is to keep kids busy and learning while allowing you to get other things done too.
Start with their school routine
Dedicate time for play
Schedule in some easy indoor activities
Build in reading time
Make a screen time routine
School Community Network | Take a look at these free online resources made for school and family engagement during this time
Switch Zoo | Watch listen, and play games to learn about amazing animals
Fun Brain | Play games while practicing math and reading skills
PBS Kids | Hang out with your favorite characters all while learning
Into the Book | Go “into the book” to play games that practice reading strategies.
Star Fall | Practice your phonics skills with these read-along stores
Seussville | Read, play games, and hang out with Dr. Seuss and his friends.
Story Online | Have some of your favorite stories read to you by movie stars!
ABC YA | Practice math and reading skills while play games
Highlights Kids | Read, play games, and conduct online science experiments
khan Academy & dreambox
Khan Academy Information
Khan Academy is a free online resource that allows students to learn anytime, anywhere, with material that is uniquely appropriate for them. Students can explore new topics and strengthen their skills by doing practice problems and tutorials. As students learn, their activity feeds into reports that show important information such as strengths and weaknesses in a particular concept.
To join your join your child’s Khan Academy class follow these steps:
Go to khanacademy.org/join
Enter your class code and press “Add”. Add all 4 class codes before moving on to the next step.
Find your child’s class codes on your Individualized Reference Sheet
Click “Create a new account”
Select your birthday Month, Day and Year
Select “Continue with Google”
Enter your DREAM student email and password.
Find your DREAM email and password in the Individualized Reference Sheet
We have purchased DreamBox Learning, a K-8 digital math program that independent studies have found to raise student achievement and better prepare children for future success.
To Access DreamBox on a Browser
Go to https://play.dreambox.com/login/jcru/dreamcs
Enter username and password
Find your child’s login information on your Individualized Reference Sheet
Click “Log In”
To Access DreamBox on an iPad
Go to https://www.dreambox.com/ipad, or search for "DreamBox Learning Math" in the App Store. If you already have the app installed, you’ll want to make sure the latest version of the app has been installed so your student receives the most current experience and lessons.
When prompted in the app, enter this school code: jcru/dreamcs