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2020 Alderwood Learning Resources


Literacy Resources

E-books, audio books, and video read-alouds:

Audible Stories


Capstone Interactive Library

Core5 My Lexia

EPIC! Books

Pebble Go

Pebble Go Next


Storyline Online

Unite for Literacy


Research Resources

Pebble Go

Searchable database for beginning readers with carefully leveled text with visual and audio support. Includes subjects: Animals, Science, Biographies, Social Studies in English and Spanish. Dinosaurs in English.

Pebble Go Next

Searchable database for intermediate students. Includes US States, Science, American Indian History, Social Studies and Biographies.

Culture Grams

Cultural information includes customs, attitudes, religion, language, dress, diet, lifestyle, government and more. Includes images, recipes, video clips, and articles.

Kids Discover

An award-winning library of over 2,000 science and social studies articles for elementary and middle school learners

Worldbook Online


Math Resources

Remote Learning Resources

(images and content courtesy of The Math Learning Center)

Number Rack
Number Pieces
Number Frames
Number Line
Math Clock
Pattern Shapes
Money Pieces


National Library of Virtual Manipulatives: check out many math tools for students!

All-Math: basic online flashcards for practicing addition, subtraction, multiplication and division

Sum Dog: multiplayer games to help improve math fact fluency

Splash Math: fun Math Practice for Kindergarten to Grade 5

Xtra Math

1st Grade Padlet

2nd Grade Padlet

3rd Grade Padlet

4th Grade Padlet 

Bridges in Mathematics Websites by Unit

Grade 1
Grade 2
Grade 3
Grade 4
Grade 5

Maths at Our House

A collection of ideas for talking about mathematics in the home using everyday experiences

(For PreK-5th grade)

You Cubed

Great set of activities for home. Includes a range of resources from outside activities to digital.

(For PreK through 5th grade)

Recommended for 2nd – 5th Grade:

Zeno Math Card Games

Fill the Stairs


Science Resources

Common Threads Farm

Local partners Common Threads have gathered some resources around gardening and food.

STEM Teaching Tools

UW Institute for Science and Math Education resources for how families can support science learning at home (multiple languages)

NYSCI At-Home Resources

Explore all the fun, free resources for all ages available on the New York Hall of Science website

NSTA Daily Do

Each weekday, NSTA will share a sensemaking task teachers and families can use to engage their students in authentic, relevant science learning. 

Pacific Science Center

Ignite your curiosity at home with streaming live science shows, hands on STEM activities, and more.  These resources are for all ages.