KaiXR

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KaiXR
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Elementary, High School, Middle school

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Art, Astronomy, ELA, Health, Health Education, Humanities, Natural Sciences, Physical Education, Science, Social Emotional Learning, Social Sciences, Technology

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Explore SEL with social emotional learning online games for free.

Emotional ABCs

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Emotional ABCs
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1, 2, 3, 4, Elementary, Kindergarten, Pre-K

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Education, Health, Health Education

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A Social Emotional Learning (SEL) program for children aged 4-11 that is free with registration for full-time teachers at brick-and-mortar public and private schools. The program gives kids practical tools for dealing with impulse control, frustration, and acting out. Emotional ABCs teaches children how to figure out what they’re feeling, why they’re experiencing that emotion, and how to make better choices for lifetime emotional resilience. Includes a curriculum of videos and 100+ online and offline activities, divided into 10 units.

Generation Genius

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

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Mathematics, Natural Sciences

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Generational Genius offers at home learning for math and science. This website allows access to educational videos, reading materials, quizzes, games, and DIY at home activities. All of the materials are separated by subject and grade level, which makes it very easy for teachers, parents, and students to find the resources that will be most beneficial.

Generation Genius, a public benefit corporation, produces the content on the website jointly with the National Science Teaching Association. Users must subscribe at either an individual or school level. There are no free options but pricing seems reasonable for the volume of material available. There are no advertisements on the site. Users may purchase math only lessons, science only lessons, or both.Resources include lesson plans, DIY activities, vocabulary lessons, discussions, paper and online quizzes, and teacher guides. This resource merits approval despite its lack of a free option. (MSF, 20220108)

Tynker

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1, 2, 3, 4, Elementary, Kindergarten

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Computer Science, Data Science, Technology

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Parents need to know that Tynker is a web-based course collection that teaches kids the logic of programming using visual blocks of code as well as actual coding in Javascript, Python, HTML and CSS. Kids can try a handful of courses for free, or parents can subscribe one child or create a family accounts. Free use of the website is enough for kids to get their foot into the coding door. Kids can share the programs they create online and view programs written by other kids.

Code Monkey

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Elementary, Middle school

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Computer Science, Data Science, Technology

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CodeMonkey provides practice coding with a real programming language to solve a variety of puzzles. The game’s developers have worked hard to make the puzzles accessible and provide the right guidance at the right time. But parents should expect kids to get stuck, requiring some encouragement and, depending on their age and ability, some help to get past some of the more challenging levels. There’s no offensive content to be found on the site or in the puzzles, so parents can focus on helping their kids learn how to code. Under the CCPA law, you have the right to protect your personal information.