Math-Play

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Learning games

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Elementary, High school, Middle school

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algebra, arithmetic, geometry, Mathematics, mathematics, trigonometry

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The website provides free interactive math games for students in grades 1-8. This website provides practice and mastering math skills that the student might be having in a remote setting or in the classroom setting. This website allows students to explore different math topics and skills to master throughout their grade level and math skills level.

Amaze.org

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Middle school

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Health, health education, Humanities, physical education, Sports

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Amaze is a site designed to help kids learn about sexual education, their changing bodies, and positive relationships. Sexual topics are covered in an informative way, without sensationalizing content. Registration isn’t required to use this video-centric site. Users can’t comment on videos that are housed on the site, so there’s little chance kids will see foul language or inappropriate banter.

Sesame Street Art, Music & Dance

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Video library

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PBS
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1, Elementary, Kindergarten, preK

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arithmetic, art, dance, ELA, Humanities, Languages, Mathematics, music

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Entertaining videos featuring some familiar celebrity faces teaching students about letters, numbers, patterns, colors, and more through music and dance. Students can also explore music of different cultures. These educational resources are brought to you by Sesame Street.

Sesame Street Health

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PBS
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1, Elementary, Kindergarten, preK

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Health, health education

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Entertaining videos featuring some familiar celebrity faces teaching students healthy habits and why they are important. Documents available include The Healthy Habits for Life Child Care Resource Kit which gives child care providers the tools they need to teach children about eating right and being physically active so that they can establish healthy habits for life. Also, Food and Drink to Grow On and Everyday is a Healthy Day. These educational resources are brought to you by Sesame Street.

Young Scientist Lab

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1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Elementary, Kindergarten, Middle school

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astronomy, biology, chemistry, Earth science, geology, Natural Sciences, physics, science

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Videos such as “Land: Earth’s Important Resource” may not seem very interesting, but the site packs key concepts into two-minute clips, providing kids with the information they need to participate in engaging activities such as “Developing Possible Solutions — Slippery Soil.” For high school and middle school kids, student modules make attempts to connect with students’ real lives. For example, “Taking the Energy Challenge” has kids compare the energy uses of two teenagers with realistic lifestyles. A few virtual labs are structured so students explore, plan, and experiment, mirroring NGSS scientific practices and encouraging students to think about designing their own investigations.