Resources for Teachers
Links to External Resources for Educators
Unique Learning/News To You: ELA and current events curriculum for students with moderate-intensive needs. Providing free access to their tools for any educator right now.
Don Johnston: ELA and online accessibility tools for students with moderate-intensive needs. Providing free trials of their products for the coming month.
Reading A-Z: PDF and interactive books across a variety of reading levels, many with aligned activities and worksheets. Provides a free, one-month trial.
Listenwise: An online library of listening comprehension activities. Offering a free 90-day trial during the school closures.
Raz Kids: An online reading platform for students in elementary grades. Also offers a free, one-month trial.
Newsela: Articles across a variety of topics that can be adjusted in terms of reading lexile.
Time for Kids: Articles and activities for students in grades K-6. Currently offering their digital library for free until June.
Scholastic Learn at Home: Projects and activities for students in preschool through grade nine.
EngageNY: A complete curriculum for ELA and math created with universal design principles in mind. Free to access and use.
MobyMax: Online probes, activities, and games aligned to ELA and mathematics.
Other Districts' Responses to COVID Closures
- San Diego Unified School District has created an instructional resources website with many materials for educators. Click here to access.
- New York City Schools has published instructional materials across all grade bands and has a section of their website dedicated to recommendations and resources for students with special needs. Click here to explore.