Alternative Learning Resources

During this time, there are so many resources out there that it may be overwhelming to navigate. We encourage you to use any free resources you are comfortable with, but to narrow down resources to the ones that students and teachers may be familiar with, we're providing the following links to help with the success of your students. Teachers will be recommending resources through various platforms as well.

Though Pre-K through third grade students are participating in paper based instructional activities given by their classroom teachers, most of these online resources are available for their use as well.

Please contact your child's teacher for any needed login information or email Mrs. Alvarado at sam.alvarado@ph325.org.

Students may login in take AR tests using their username and password provided to them by their teachers.

Practice language arts, math, social studies and science (and Spanish if enrolled in a Spanish class) and see recommended learning or assignments from your teacher.

Most teachers grades 4+ will be utilizing Google Classroom in some capacity. Students should login with their school Google credentials.

K-4 have access to the math and ELA resources using login information provided by teachers.

This is a great resource for tutorials and practice on a variety of topics. No login information needed.

These sites have explanatory videos and activities on a variety of cross curricular topics.

Username: PH325 Password: 325325

Have your child practice basic math facts on this platform. You can use a login provided by the teacher or sign up for your own account.

Get a free family account for ABCMouse, Adventure Academy and ReadingIQ until June using the school code: SCHOOL2547 to create an account.

A complete list of resources to provide instruction and enrichment to your children at home. These include virtual field trips, movement, and social/emotional learning activities.

A great list of books read aloud for extra reading practice.