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K12 Remote Teaching & Learning Resources

STEM resources


Bring Science Home

MIT Full STEAM ahead

Boolean Girl

PHET Interactive Simulations


Girls Who Code

The Partnership in Education

Humanities resources

Memorial Art Gallery Lesson Plans & Remote Learning Resources


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National Emergency Library

Internet Archive

Can Teachers Read Books Out Loud Online? Actually, Yes.

Online Math & English Language curriculum sets

Engage NY

OpenUp Resources

  • Open Up Resources began as the K-12 OER Collaborative, a 13-state initiative to address quality gaps in the curriculum market. We partner with leading curriculum writing experts and technologists to provide the best curricula available via traditional print and state-of-the-art digital platforms.>

Curriculum Associates >

Homework and activities

Curriculum Associates


Free Research-Based Activity Toolkits

More places to search for curriculum and resources




OER Commons

Filterable guide to temporary free access to sites and services for COVID remote teaching

200 Free Kids Educational Resources: Video Lessons, Apps, Books, Websites & More

Resources list from Jackson Hinds Library System

50 Resources Schools & Teachers Can Use During COVID-19 Closures>

Virtual field trips

Eastman House Virtual Tours

Strong Museum of Play Online Exhibits

Zoo projects from Seneca Park Zoo

Arizona State University’s "Virtual Field Trips," which provides 18 virtual trips with photos, explanations, short videos and maps. While the trips can be viewed on a computer, they really come to life through a virtual reality headset that allows for 360-degree viewing.

Watch amazing animals with livecams from the San Diego Zoo, or Monterey Bay Aquarium

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Museum of Modern Art

Brooklyn Museum

The Cooper Hewitt

The Frick

The Museum of the City of New York

The Whitney Museum

New York Historical Society

New York Public Library

New York Transit Museum

Tenement Museum

Musée d’Orsay, Paris

National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea

The Louvre

MASP, São Paulo

Special guests in your class

WXXI’s I Can Be What?!

Arizona State University’s "Ask an Anthropologist" and "Ask a Biologist." Activities include teacher toolkits with lesson ideas, podcasts with transcripts and videos showing the scientists in action, articles, puzzlers, experiments and the ability for students to ask experts questions.

Free kid lit virtual author visits and read alouds and other learning resource

Jaime Casap, Chief Education Evangelist at Google will speak in your virtual classes for free!:

High School & AP resources

OpenStax Highschool collection

OpenStax AP collection

SAT Practice Tests

Resources for teachers & parents

Distance Learning During School Closures


3 Tips for Humanizing Digital Pedagogy

Supporting Families During COVID-19

Ideas for offline learning 

Memorial Art Gallery Sculpture Park Scavenger Hunt

Strong Museum of Play’s Play at Home idea list

250+ Creative Ways to Keep Your Family Sane During the COVID-19 Crisis

Pro-social offline activity ideas list

Copyright guidance

Public Statement of Library Copyright Specialists: Fair Use & Emergency Remote Teaching & Research

Virtual Storytimes and Fair Use

Penguin Random House OKs Online Storytime, Read-aloud Videos

TEACH Act Checklist

The TEACH Act Factsheet

Fair Use Evaluator

Education Continuity License: Copyright Permissions for Educational Use