Online Curriculum & Enrichment Activities

We hope you enjoy this new section


Free Online A-G Classess
Not every highschool in California offers the full A-G curriculum that a student needs to complete to be elegible for the CSU or UC admissions requirements. now offers these high school classes online for students to complete. Read more about it here

AP Classes
Watch free Advanced Placement (AP) classes, get updates on AP Exams

Arts At Home
Stay creative from your couch with art contests, museums, art games, digital arts, and more.

For as long as schools are closed, Audible is offering free instant streaming of a collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help kids continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids. All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet.
Educational games for grades PreK through 6

Book Harvest
A roundup of resources for learning at home

This K-8 site provides students with informational videos that explain everything from science and social studies to art, music and health in great detail, all while introducing subject-specific vocabulary.

California State Parks
In response to the COVID-19 disruption in school instruction, PORTS will be offering our new broadcast-style Home Learning Programs for K-12 students from various park locations across California.

Common Sense Education
Remote teaching resources, family education materials, and research-backed strategies to support transitions to online and at-home learning.

Science experiments for youth

Curriculum Associates
The i-Ready curriculum from Curriculum Associates has created printable at-home activity packs to help students focus on math learning.

Millions of youth working together for good.
Free daily math and writing workbooks for elementary students.

Free science activities and materials that address public health topics around COVID-19 in addition to general science support activities and materials.

Inside Social and Emotional Learning
Social and Emotional Learning Resources for Parents, Educators & School Communities Related to COVID-19

Khan Academy
Khan Academy is hosting daily (weekdays) 9 am PST/12 EST live streams on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter for students, parents, and teachers navigating school closures, and has created several guides for parents and teachers.

National Center for Families Learning
Numerous free resources for out-of-school time.

National Geographic
This curriculum, normally reserved for teachers and behind a paywall, is now free for parents, giving access to videos, interactive maps and activities that encourage students to explore everything from ecology to geography.

Oceans Initiative
Virtual marine biology camp livestreams

Open Culture
Free online university courses in all subjects

PBS LearningMedia
PBS is offering numerous education resources through PBS LearningMedia for PreK-12 educators. Virus Information & Prevention Collection teaches the nature of viruses, including the coronavirus, how they are transmitted and the healthy habits to prevent their spread. Distance learning resources are searchable by grade level, curriculum area, and state and national standards. These free teaching resources can be integrated with Google Classroom and Remind.

The engaging, curriculum-aligned math platform for 1st to 8th grade, loved by over 50 million students, teachers and admins. No cost, ever.

Remote learning resources for parents and educators and K-12 reading comprehension content.

Users from K-12 can choose a grade level and then gain access to activities and projects, games and tools, tips and how-tos, printouts and more to focus on reading and writing.

The Real-Time Curriculum Project
Real-Time Curriculum Project: The Real-Time Curriculum Project is providing free daily curricular resources based around current events.

Scholastic Learn at Home
Scholastic offers special cross-curricular journeys. Every day includes four separate learning experiences, each built around a meaningful story or video. Kids can do them on their own, with their families, or with their teachers.
This K-6 online curriculum platform for social studies and science is free for all teachers and students whether or not they are current customers. The online platform includes all student and teacher editions, lesson plans, ELA integrations and customizable assessments.

TED Talks
11 inspiring talks for high school students

The Tolerance Project
Teaching Tolerance has a bank of resources that can be adapted for take-home or online learning. Their Student Text Library has more than 500 texts (including readings, read-alouds, images and videos), filtered by grade level, subject and social justice topic. Their film kits include student-friendly documentaries and discussion guides.

The Tolerance Project - Do Something
34 “Do Something” tasks designed to allow students to apply their knowledge to real-world issues. Most are adaptable to distance learning and homeschooling. They are designed to allow students to apply their knowledge to real-world issues.

Virtual School Activities
A collection of websites, live webcams, virtual tours/trips, and other miscellaneous fun academic sites.

Free, science-based tips and tools help parents and caregivers give children a great start in life today—and an even better future.

Zearn is an engaging math site with classroom lessons gamified and adaptive to the user. Tutorial webinars are provided on how to navigate the site.

ZOOM Tutorial
Joining a ZOOM call for the first time? Here is a wonderful tutorial