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Wide Open School
Common Sense - Wide Open School

Wide Open School is a free and open collection of online learning activities for PreK-12th grade students and families. It includes the subject areas of Science, Math, Social Studies, Reading, and Writing.

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ASU for You
Arizona State University

ASU for You has a wealth of resources for learners of all ages.

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Junior Achievement of Arizona Parent & Student Resources
Junior Achievement of Arizona

Junior Achievement has taken their proven curriculum and converted it to an online learning experience for students K-5th grade. This is a great tool for teachers and parents to use to help students at home. In addition to their new online programs, they have lots of great digital learning resources for all ages, including adults.

Mind Full of Brilliance
Mind Full of Brilliance

The goal of Mind Full of Brilliance Facebook group is to connect as many people as possible to educational resources for PreK, K-12 and college. The more people that join, the more we can pool our resources and collaborate.

Studies Weekly: Fort Jefferson at the Dry Tortugas National Park
Studies Weekly

Take a trip to Fort Jefferson at the Dry Tortugas National Park in this exclusive video from Studies Weekly.

Arizona Game and Fish Department: Focus Wild Arizona Wild Kids - State Symbols 1 (Cactus Wren)
Arizona Game and Fish Department

Arizona’s state bird is the cactus wren.

Mathalicious: Seeking Shelter

In this lesson, students write linear equations to model the homeless populations in New York City and Los Angeles and discuss what they can do to aid people experiencing homelessness in their communities.

Mathalicious: As the World Turns (HS)

In this lesson students use rates, arc length, and trigonometry to determine the speed at which points on the Equator, Tropic of Cancer, and Arctic Circle travel due to the Earth’s rotation.

OLogy: Being a Zooarchaeologist - Sandra Olsen
OLogy (American Museum of Natural History)

Find out from a zooarchaeologist how humans have tamed and bred horses

OLogy: What's This? Early Humans
OLogy (American Museum of Natural History)

What animal bones did early humans used to build huts? Take a guess!

Real World Math: Measurement - Tsunami Warning
Real World Math

In this activity the students will calculate the speeds these killer waves took across the ocean using Google Earth. 

Illluminations: History of Populations
Illuminations (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics)

The activities at this level focus on studying a series of circle graphs that report the population of the United States and of selected states–Massachusetts, New York, and Pennsylvania–in fifty-year intervals from 1800 to 1950.

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