Learning Tools for All Grades and subjects in one place…
Writing Distance Learning Tools
- Albert: 100% free grammar course with over 3,300 original practice questions and explanations. Includes contemporary, informative and engaging texts and aligns to Common Core, Regents, and TEKS standards.
- Draftin: Simple site that allows you to have students share drafts with easy version controls. Good for those who may not want to use Google Docs and wants to emphasize focus in writing. Has a free version.
- Grammarly: Free browser extension or desktop tool that detects tone, typos, and helps build cleaner writing skills.
- Hemingway: Similar to Grammarly, provides annotations to help make student writing bolder and more clear. Free.
- Quill: Free writing and grammar activities for K-12. Includes lessons for teachers to lead writing instruction as well as diagnostics.
- Scholastic Story Starters: Tool focused for K-6 to help students brainstorm ideas for writing a fictional story. Prompts for adventure, fantasy, and sci-fi are included.
Math Distance Learning Tools
- Albert: Hundreds of free questions and explanations in Foundations of Algebra and Algebra 1. Aligned to Common Core, Regents, and TEKS standards.
- DeltaMath: Interactive math practice for middle and high school students. Accounts are free for teachers and students.
- Desmos: Free online graphing calculator that includes digital activities for students from 6th to 12th grade. Teachers can create accounts to assign student activities.
- Free Math App: A platform where teachers can assign, review, and leave feedback on student work.
- Geogebra: Online tools for graphing and geometry. Classroom resources and activities are free.
- Illustrative Mathematics: Free math curriculum and resources for grades K-12 with a focus on creative word problems.
- Mathigon: An interactive math textbook where students can learn and practice new concepts. Targeted towards high school students.
- Mathletics: An adaptive, interactive math platform centered on math challenges and quizzes that allow students to “compete” with one another. Schools and home users can try a 30-day free trial.
- Mathsonline: A collection of math tutorial videos, questions, and summaries. Accounts are required, but students, teachers, and parents can get a free trial.
- Mathspace: An adaptive mathematics platform including practice questions and interactive textbooks.
- Myimaths: Math lessons and homework assignments for students ages 11 to 18. Schools can sign up for a 30-day free trial.
- National Association for the Education of Young Children: Activities that parents and guardians can do with young children (elementary and below) at home.
- National Council of Teachers of Mathematics: Resources and activities for student exploration of mathematics.
- The Math Learning Center: Free games and activities for students in Pre-K through 6th grade.
- VirtualNerd: Math video support in middle school, Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and Geometry.
- Youcubed: Inspirational math tasks, films, and textbooks to help students develop a growth mindset.
- Zearn: Digital lessons and printable activities aligned to EngageNY and Eureka Math. Resources are free and targeted towards grades K-5.