Kennard ISD Online Learning Center

Kennard ISD is committed to inspire, empower, and educate all students for success, even during school closure due to the COVID-19 virus outbreak. With the support of teachers reaching out to students, either online or by paper packets, our students will continue to grow and be successful. As a support to our students, parents, and community we are sharing this valuable online learning center.

Please access any of these websites for free or with a school account. If you need help gaining access to any of these resources please contact your child's teacher.

In no way do these websites replace the teacher to student instruction, however, during unprecedented times, we are hoping these resources allow your child to practice skills learned at school prior the shutdown.

Supplemental Resources for all Grades

Grade ELAR Math Science Social Studies PreK -K

  • Read aloud any book of choice for at least 10-20 minutes.

  • Reread favorite books

  • Support children in reading and understanding environmental print such as restroom signs, stop signs, restaurant signs labels on milk and/or juice containers, cereal, etc.

  • Practice counting 1 to 30.

  • Place items around the house in a row to count.

  • Sort objects that are the same and different into groups. Use language to describe how the group is the same and different

  • Read a book and point out the animals and other living things in the story.

  • Ask children to describe a variety of natural and human-made materials using their sense of touch, smell, sound, and sight.

  • Read a book and point out things that are alike or different.

  • Discuss daily routines and events with children

Grade ELAR Math Science Social Studies K-2

  • Read any book of choice for 20 minutes.

  • Listen to someone read a book.

  • Practice reading sight words.

  • Write and illustrate stories.

  • Scholastic story starters and Scholastic Learn at Home

  • Websites to download free books on Kindle

  • Practice counting to 100 to a family member.

  • Count sets of items around the house.

  • Practice math facts.

  • Identify three ways math is used in the home.

  • Look and listen for living things in stories and books read.

  • Walk through the Boston Children’s Museum thanks to Google Maps!

Grade ELAR Math Science Social Studies 3-4

  • Read any book of choice for 20 minutes.

  • Listen to someone read a book.

  • Read and respond to Newsela articles.

  • Write a daily journal entry about daily activities.

  • Complete one activity per day on Quill.

  • Scholastic story starters

  • Time for Kids (free articles)

  • Websites to download free books on Kindle

  • Practice adding and subtracting all numbers without a calculator.

  • Spend 20-30 minutes per day refining math skills.

  • Create a Diffy Box.

  • Practice skip counting.

  • Create a timeline of family birthdays.

  • Play an online science game at PBS Science Games.

  • Read books on science topics.

  • Play an online social studies games Texas Law Related Education Games

  • Walk through the Boston Children’s Museum thanks to Google Maps!

Grade ELAR/SLAR Math Science Social Studies 5-6

  • Read a book of choice for 20 minutes.

  • Write a paragraph with thoughts, questions, comments, and concerns about the events that are unfolding.

  • Scholastic Learn at Home

  • Read and respond to Newsela articles.

  • Time for Kids

  • Free books on Kindle

  • Read Write Think (click Parent/After-school Resources)

  • Practice adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing all numbers without a calculator.

  • Spend 20-30 minutes per day refining math skills.

  • Create a Diffy Box.

  • Read books on science topics.

  • Play an online science game at PBS Science Games.

  • Play an online social studies games Texas Law Related Education Games

  • Read a biographical book or a biography online.

Grade ELAR/SLAR Math Science Social Studies 7-8

  • Read a book of choice for 20 minutes.

  • Write a paragraph with thoughts, questions, comments, and concerns about the events that are unfolding.

  • Scholastic Learn at Home

  • Read and respond to Newsela articles.

  • Free books on Kindle

  • Spend 20-30 minutes per day refining math skills.

  • Practice adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing all numbers without a calculator.

  • Read books on science topics.

  • Play science related games for 10 minutes at Middle School Science games.

  • Play an online social studies games Texas Law Related Education Games

Grade ELAR/SLAR Math Science Social Studies 9-12

  • Read a book of choice for 20 minutes.

  • Write a paragraph with thoughts, questions, comments, and concerns about the events that are unfolding.

  • Scholastic Learn at Home

  • Read and respond to Newsela articles.

  • Free books on Kindle

  • Spend 20-30 minutes per day refining your math skills

  • Practice adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing all numbers without a calculator

  • Algebra I: Khan Academy for Algebra 1

  • Geometry: Khan Academy for Geometry

  • Continue coursework in Edgenuity

  • Algebra II: Khan Academy for Algebra 2

  • Precalculus: Khan Academy for Precal

  • Review biology topics at Khan Academy.

  • Review chemistry topics at Khan Academy.

  • Review physics topics at Khan Academy.

  • Review anatomy topics at Khan Academy.

  • Review various science course topics at Khan Academy.

  • Review Government topics at Khan Academy Gov't. ● Review World History topics at Khan Academy WH.

  • Review U.S. History topics at Khan Academy US.

  • Review World Geography topics view National Geographic.

  • Play an online social studies games Texas Law Related Education Games