Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, we have switched to distance learning. To stay connected with the students we have prepared the following documents below.
- Google Classroom Codes for Art
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- 5th Grade: wepcldo
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- Tour Our Virtual Exhibits – students can travel through time and through the skies exploring all our museum galleries have to offer from planes to pilots, there’s so much to explore.
- Ask an Educator – Ask an Educator those challenging STEM-related homework questions and get some help from our Education team!
- Learn with #EducatorTom – We’re bringing edutainment online through short videos on the history of ingenuity and innovation in aerospace.
- Make an At-Home Activity – an opportunity for families to use household items to use their imagination and test their STEM skills (available in dual language)
- Virtual Scavenger Hunt – Can you find the hidden message in our virtual scavenger hunt? Explore our website to find the clues and reveal the hidden message in this PDF based scavenger hunt!
- Curator’s Choice Video Collection – Cradle of Aviation Museum Historian and Curator, Josh Stoff, curates interesting short YouTube videos and provides commentary.
Cornel is offering bird Watching this Friday April 10 at 1:30…..check it out LIVE! -Mr. Signorello
- Have parents register through zoom. Students will be able to ask questions live in the chat during Q&A portions of the hangouts. Please make sure that parents use their emails when registering to protect student identities. We highly suggest this if you’ve got engaged students who want to join the conversation!
- Tune in via YouTube. Because this event is designed for kids YouTube won’t allow comments on the video, but students who attend via YouTube can still ask their questions through other means! Questions for each day’s guest can be asked via the YouthAstroNet forums in advance, or in real time using social media (with parental guidance of course) using the hashtag #AstroChat. We’ll be monitoring both facebook and twitter.
Thursday 10:00am – Xiaohan Wu
Many of the resources below will require accounts to be created to access, however all the resources are free to and families.
A series of online games designed to immerse students in grades 6 and up, in American history.
Looking for fun ways to help kids develop math skills. Hands-on activities and games from Cyberchase offer simple ways to get kids engaged in math learning.
LabLearner Discussionsare designed to discuss science topics with students. Each slide contains rich content to stimulate intelligent discussion with students regardless of their age.
Big History Project
Big History Project is a free, online social studies course that emphasizes skill development as students draw mind-blowing connections between past, present and future.
Online Free Spanish
This site was created to offer free Spanish lessons. There are different lessons for each age, and everything is designed to make learning fun.
The White House Historical Association
The Rubenstein Center for White House History offers a wide variety of educational resources for learners of all ages. Content includes classroom resource packets, reading lists, virtual tours of the White House, short educational videos, historical essays, and a digital library of White House and presidential images.