Chandler USD offers enrichment resources to parents during coronavirus-related school closures

Schools in Arizona are closed through March 27, and districts are offering online resources so students can stay engaged with learning from home. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Schools in Arizona are closed through March 27, and districts are offering online resources so students can stay engaged with learning from home. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Schools in Arizona are closed through March 27, and districts are offering online resources so students can stay engaged with learning from home. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Chandler USD officials sent an email to parents and guardians March 19 to provide students and families with educational enrichment resources while schools remain closed through March 27 due to a statewide mandate from Gov. Doug Ducey and Superintendent Kathy Hoffman due to concerns surrounding the spread of the coronavirus.

Parents and students can use Google Chrome to access the provided links. These links are also available online at www.cusd80.com/Enrichment.

"We are currently developing options for those that do not have access to technology," read the email. "More information regarding our distribution process for hard-copy instructional resources will soon be provided to our Chandler Unified families. Thank you for your partnership as we continue to focus on the safety and health of our community."

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ACT Academy


Grades: K-12

Description: Individualized practice

Albert

Grades: 7-12

Description: Individualized practice

Be Active Handouts

Grades: K-6

Description: Activities with household items

Education.com

Grades: pre-K-5

Description: Worksheets and printable practice

Khan Academy

Grades: K-12

Description: Individualized practice

Mensa for Kids

Grades: K-6

Description: Activities for the gifted learner

Playful Learning

Grades: K-8

Description: Playful lesson resources

Foreign language

Duolingo

Grades: K-12

Description: Learn 25 different languages

Language arts

Free Children Stories

Grades: pre-K-5

Description: Language Arts - Original stories for children

Funbrain

Grades: pre-K-8

Description: Language Arts - Educational books and games

Scholastic Learn at Home

Grades: pre-K-6

Description: Language Arts - Lessons aligned to literature

Starfall

Grades: pre-K-3

Description: Language Arts - Phonics support

Storyline Online

Grades: K-3

Description: Language Arts - Books for children

Teach Your Monster to Read

Grades: K-3

Description: Language Arts - Reading fluency

Math

Mathscore

Grades: K-8

Description: Math - Computational knowledge practice

Physical education

Go Noodle

Grades: pre-K-6

Description: Movement activities

Science

Mystery Science

Grades: K-5

Description: Science visuals and activities

Technology

code.org

Grades: K-8

Description: Coding coaching and application

Scratch

Grades: K-8

Description: Coding coaching and application
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