Early Childhood

It is important to keep consistency for your student during these challenging times. We recommend creating a daily routine for your student. The schedule can be flexible to meet the needs of your family. The resources below may be helpful to incorporate into a daily routine.

 

Suggested Activities

 

We highly encourage parents and guardians to read the terms and privacy policies before creating an account for any of the following resources.

Resources

Abdo is an online digital library that is offering a free trial and is accessible via library.nsd.org.

Subject(s): Reading

Grade(s): Early Childhood, K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-10, 11-12

Use: District Owned (access via library.nsd.org) or they are offering a free trial, family has the option to subscribe

For as long as schools are closed, Audible is available. Kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids.

Subject(s): Reading

Grade(s): All

do2Learn provides a wide variety of tools including visual schedules, picture cards, communication prompts and more!

Subject(s): Special Education

Grade(s): Early Childhood, K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-10, 11-12

Access thousands of short video tutorials on a variety of subjects from "making a spreadsheet" to "social emotional learning".  Log in with your student account information.

Subject(s): All

Grade(s): All

Through a free membership to King County Public Library you can access Tumblebooks, a digital library that reads books aloud. While not a substitute for in-person reading, it can be a fun activity!

Subject(s): Reading

Grade(s): Early Childhood, K-2 and 3-5

Living Well with Autism has several resources for families of students with special needs.  This specific page has visual schedules to help with daily routines such as morning and evening routines. 

Subject(s): Special Education

Grade(s): Early Childhood, K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-10, 11-12

Access thousands of ebooks and audiobooks right from our own Libraries!  Find your school library and log in with your student id and password.  Then search for your next favorite thing to read!

Subject(s): All

Grade(s): All

OSPI has had content experts curated online and offline resources to support continuous learning for student with disabilities during school closures. The list of resources can be filtered to show parent and student resources, as well as online and offline activities.

Subject(s): Special Education

Grade(s): Early Childhood, K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-10, 11-12

PBS Kids provide interactive games for preschool and kindergarten ages students!

Subject(s): Social Studies

Grade(s): Early Childhood and Kindergarten

We encourage students of all ages to create an activity log to track their daily activity. Students can choose an activity they find enjoyable (e.g. walk, jog, jumping-jacks etc.). Depending on age, students benefit from different amounts of activities, but at least 30 minutes a day is a good starting point. 

 

Subject(s): Movement

Grade(s): All

Students have the unique gift of time right now to explore their own interests and engage in create problem solving. This brief guide helps explain what Project Focused learning could look like.

Subject(s): All

Grade(s): All

Starfall.com® opened in September 2002 as a public service to teach children to read. Since then it has expanded to include language arts and mathematics for preschool, kindergarten, first grade, second grade, and third grade. 

Subject(s): Reading, Math

Grade(s): Early Childhood, K-2, 3

Use: Starfall contains some free resources while others may be purchased.  Free resources are located under "Parent-Teacher Center" and the "Free Resource" tab"

Storyline Online provides videos of books read aloud. While it is not a substitute for in-person reading, it can be a fun activity!

Subject(s): Reading

Grade(s): Early Childhood, K-2, and 3-5

The Virtual Calming Room is a place for students and families to find tools and strategies for managing emotions and feelings. Northshore School Counselors want you to know they are here to support you! They also want you to know that your feelings are valid, no matter what they are. You might feel scared, confused, overwhelmed, angry, alone, grateful, or completely calm. Your feelings are normal; the situation is not.  Don't forget to take care of yourself and the ones you love.

Subject(s): Social Emotional

Grade(s): All