Links

Ms. Liebling's TOP 5!

Epic! (Reading) You should have received an email from me with login information

BrainPOP Jr. (Math) username: liebling password: reiche1

Mind Yeti: Mindfulness for Kids

Mystery Science

Lunchtime Doodles with Mo Willems (can be watched anytime)

All of these sites should be FREE. If they are not, please tell me.

Other sites:

Literacy:

Portland Public Library: Kids & Families (follow their link to access TumbleBooks for free)

Open Library (free digital books)

PebbleGo (Email me for username and password)

Unite for Literacy (books in different languages)

Storyline

The Spanish Experiment: Spanish Children's Stories

Free Zoey & Sassafras eBook!

Many authors are reading books to kids online, here are some lists:
Kidlit Quarantine: authors and illustrators providing entertainment for stuck-at-home readers
Interactive Read-Alouds by Author
Kate Messner: Read, Wonder, and Learn! Favorite Authors & Illustrators Share Resources for Learning Anywhere
Book Reading Recordings

Math:

Khan Academy (Math)

Zearn Math

SumDog

Other

Starfall (free from a computer, not tablet/iPad)

ABCya (free from a computer, not tablet/iPad)

Brain POP Jr

Social-Emotional Learning:

Guide to Mindfulness for Kids from NY Times

Science:

Wow in the World (podcast)

Maine Audubon: Connections

National Geographic Kids

Cincinnati Zoo Live Safari - Weekdays at 3pm

50 Bird Species and the Sounds They Make

The Deep Sea

Georgia Aquarium Ocean Viewer Webcam

Live Video Streams From the Monterey Bay Aquarium

Social Studies:

Time for Kids

Google Earth

Arts:

Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems (1pm daily)

Yo-Yo Ma plays Dvořák – "Going Home”

Virtual Museum Tours

How to talk to your kids about Coronavirus:

Coronavirus student guide: Virus explainer and news updates (BrainPop)

How to talk to children about the coronavirus

Talking to Teens and Tweens About Coronavirus

Speaking Up Against Racism Around the New Coronavirus

Other:

Children's Museum & Theater of Maine: Online Learning

Worksheet packets by grade level (credit: Education For Change, Oakland)

Scholastic Learn at Home Resources