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Links to Enrichment Resources for Students and Families

At-Home Learning

  •—Access millions of public domain books, songs, TV shows, magazines, and more.
  • Stories—Kids can instantly stream a collection of stories (including titles across six languages). Free to stream on desktops, laptops, phones, and tablets.
  • Computer Science Resources—support for parents and teachers.
  • Curriculum Associates—Provides printable at-home packets, online math, and reading content.
  •—(for Pre-K–12) Parenting resources include stories, videos, tips, interactive tools, and worksheets.
  • iTunes U App—Allows iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch users to learn from a large collection of free education content in public courses from leading schools, universities, museums, and cultural institutions.
  • Kahoot! Study at Home—(for Pre-K–8) Learning games.
  • Khan Academy—Lessons covering kindergarten through early college math, grammar, science, history, AP courses, SAT preparation, and more. Content is available in 40 languages. Accessible on laptops and smartphones.
  • KVIE At-Home Learning—Schedules for educational TV programs and more.
  • Learning Geni—Communication tool used by the Early Childhood Education program and participating families.
  • Museums That Offer Virtual Tours—Collection of virtual tours.
  • My Storybook—Students can practice authoring stories, drawing, and adding text and backgrounds.
  • Outschool—(for ages 3–18) Classes range from "Beginning Multiplication Made Easy" to "Forensic Science."
  • PBS At-Home Learning—(for Pre-K–12) From 6 a.m.–6 p.m., KVIE will offer California standards-aligned content on its KVIE–2 channel. Website has listings for specific cable systems.
  • Sacramento Public Library—(for Pre-K–12) All the great resources the library has to offer.
  • Scholastic Learn at Home—Courses provide approximately three hours of learning per day, including writing and research projects, virtual field trips, and geography challenges.
  • Starfall—(for Pre-K–3) Activities and games.
  • Swift Playgrounds—Learn coding on Mac or iPad.
  • Tips for Reading Out Loud to Your Child—Tips in multiple languages.

Reduced Cost/Free Internet Access

  • Charter Communications—Free Access to Wi-Fi for 60 days. To enroll, call 1-844-488-8395. Installation fees will be waived for new student households.
  • Comcast Internet Essentials—Cost is $9.99/mo. Internet Essentials will automatically increase speeds (from 15/2 Mbps to 25/3) for all customers in response to emergency measures associated with COVID-19. Features: no contract, no credit check, no installation fee, in-home Wi-Fi, 25 Mbps, two months free service. Once an Internet Essentials customer, there is also an option to purchase a laptop or desktop computer at a reduced price (currently $149).
  • Xfinity Wi-Fi Hotspot Access—Xfinity Wi-Fi hotspots across the country will be available for free to anyone who needs them at no cost. Once at a hotspot location, consumers should join the “xfinitywifi” network from the list of available hotspots, then launch a browser.

Social-Emotional Wellness

Virtual Field Trips

  • Virtual Field Trip Apps and Websites—Common Sense Education offers a collection of field trip tool resources to get students out into the world. Offerings range from interactive slideshows and videos on subjects ranging from the arts to science.