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Student Remote Learning Resources

KIPP SoCal is committed to supporting student learning through various remote learning channels during the school closure caused by the COVID-19 virus. This hub will be updated regularly throughout the closure with materials to continue supporting the academic growth and development of our students during the closure. Check back for updates and more resources. Follow KIPP SoCal on FacebookTwitter, & Instagram for the most up-to-date news on the current closure. 

Educational Resources

Camp Galileo: Weekly imaginative activities for kids
Amazing Educational Resources: Comprensive List of Online Learning Resources
PBS: At-Home Learning Resources
The New York Times: Daily Set of Learning Activities for Children and Updates for Adults
Mystery Science: Free K-5 Online Interactive Science Activities
Brainpop: Free Online Access to Learning Materials (all subjects)
Khan Academy: Home Teaching Schedule with Links to Lessons for All Grades
Kahoot: Free K-12 Remote Learning Tools
Prodigy: Curriculum-Aligned Math Program
Lil Libros: Worksheets for Kids
MIND Institute: Free K-8 Math Instructional Program
Scholastic Online Learning: Experiences for Kids of All Ages
Zearn: Highly regarded Math site, builds off Common Core
Great Minds: Math & Science instructional materials & videos
Quill. Self directed grammar and writing lessons.
Taproot: Free Effective K-12 Social/Emotional Learning Tools
Calm Classroom E-Book: Techniques for pre-school-12th grade students and adults

KIPP SoCal Family Resources

Question or Concern?

Student, Team & Family safety is our top priority. If you have a question, concern or comment about any health or safety issue, please let us know.

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Additional Resources

There is a lot of information circulating about COVID-19. Here are a few links that provide accurate information:

Addressing Children’s Questions Regarding Coronavirus