Distance Learning Links
Please make sure you have accepted your child’s teacher’s invitation to Class Dojo. Staff members will be following up with parents that have not completed this process, so you may see an odd phone number on your cell...it’s us! Learning Packets provided by Baltimore City Public Schools will continue to be available at meal sites. You can also find them here. Do you need a computer or help using the various online tools your teachers are using (Google Classroom, Blackboard etc)? This page on the BCPSS website provides the number to call as well as a survey to complete if you need a computer. Stay safe!
Clever Portal - Has your student logged onto the BCPSS Clever Portal yet? There are tons of resources available here including Google Classroom, Class Dojo, Khan Academy, Prodigy, Teach Your Monster to Read, BrainPop, Code, Typing, ABCya, PBSkids and more. All students in 1st-5th grade can log in as follows:
Username - Your child's student
Password - Govans213
PreK-K log in the same way, but their password is GEstudent19
ELA Wit and Wisdom lessons and Eureka Math - Eureka is providing knowledge-building resources here—written materials for math (Grades K–12) and daily instructional videos for English language arts (Grades K–8), math (Grades K-12), and science (Grades 3–5). They will post new video lessons and update content daily.
Scholastic Learn at Home - This website is free for everyone and can be accessed on any device. Their lessons are designed to limit the need for printing and allow students to learn independently.
STEM! STEM! STEM! - Wondering how you can engage students with at-home in STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math)? LET'S GO Boys and Girls is here for you during this time of school closures. Follow this link to discover dozens of FREE remote STEM learning tools.
Free Online Library - ABDO offers free online access to books for every reading level.
Eureka Math Parent Support - You probably didn't learn math the way it's being taught now. These resources will ensure parents are confident with helping during homework time and more comfortable with this new type of learning.
Code.org - Do you need a break from packet work and online learning? Try an Hour of Computer Coding. Some of these activities will even teach your child how to make an app to download onto your phone.
Draw something! - InspirARTion allows you to make kaleidoscopes and beautiful drawings on your computer.