AFRIM

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This resource provides free resources for online learning for parents and teachers working with children who have autism spectrum disorder. This gives parents 7 tools and tips for teaching their ASD child at home, along with resources that may help them in their remote education experience.

You Dance / We Dance

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1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Elementary, Kindergarten, Middle school

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Health, health education, physical education

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You Dance, We Dance is a website that focuses on celebrating movement in daily life. The videos are choreographed by the professional contemporary dance company Pilobolus, founded in 1971. The landing page presents you with two options: the monthly challenge or the daily movement theme. When you click “You Dance” in the upper left corner of the page, it takes you to the monthly challenge page where you can view the current challenge and all previous challenges.

Mathsticks

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Mathsticks was originally set up as a library of ideas, strategies and resources for trainee and Newly Qualified Teachers. This site offers to support teachers, students, parents, carers and children develop their mathematical teaching and learning. The materials, strategies and activities here are based on the need for children to be fully involved in their learning; to have fun, and to enjoy and achieve while developing their mathematical skills. 

Visualizing Emancipation

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4, Elementary, High school, Middle school

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economics, geography, history, political science, Social Sciences

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Visualizing Emancipation is a map of slavery’s end during the American Civil War. It finds patterns in the collapse of southern slavery, mapping the interactions between federal policies, armies in the field, and the actions of enslaved men and women on countless farms and city blocks. It encourages scholars, students, and the public to examine the wartime end of slavery in place, allowing a rigorously geographic perspective on emancipation in the United States.

DariaMusic

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art, dance, ethnic studies, geography, Humanities, music, Social Sciences, theatre

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Award-winning multicultural performer DARIA (Daria Marmaluk-Hajioannou), has traveled the globe performing, collecting and studying music in over 18 different countries. Her website was given a Parent’s Choice Award for its role in sharing global culture with kids!