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Engaging Resources for Remote Learning

Creativity and innovation come to mind when looking at what educators are creating for remote learning. Below are some wonderful resources to invigorate & support your efforts.

To support 3-8 math teachers during this time, Math in the Fast Lane will be open access.  30 students can be online with a teacher’s login at one time.  If a school needs additional logins, hit the contact button for support.  Go to www.mathinfastlane.com  & click “Getting Started.”

For SS, STEM, and thinking skills, Todd Stanley has wonderful resources, such as Creating a Political Party, Building a Better Mousetrap, and some super fun puzzle packs. https://myedexpert.com/vendor/twosox21/

Many teachers are utilizing video story time for remote learning.  Literacy/STEM author Carolyn DeCristofano has wonderful resources for many picture books for upper elementary.  https://myedexpert.com/vendor/bhstemed/

The fabulous Angela Stockman has so many treasured resources on our site.  Favorites for remote learning include her micro writing prompts for different grades and purposes.  https://myedexpert.com/vendor/angelastockman/  

Thanks for all that you do – and stay well!

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