Dear Parents/GuardiansYour child should have received a packet of resources from his/her school/teacher. If your child was absent on Monday, March 16th, the resources may be picked up from your child’s school from March 17th to March 19th between 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The resources are also available inside your child's Clever account. Middle and high school students should know their Login information (e-mail username and password). Elementary students should have brought their CLEVER badge home to login. If you need assistance with usernames and/or passwords please email TeachMe@peachschools.org and we will respond to you within 24 hours. When emailing requesting student information please include the following:
Student's name, grade, date of birth, and student number if available. Please also include your name (guardian) and a good phone number that we can use to reach you in case there are any questions.
Peach County's Clever URL is: https://www.clever.com/in/peachschools
Below is a sample schedule that you may use to guide your elementary students through the day. Providing expectations in the same way teachers do can be beneficial to kids and can help with structure and routines for your child. We've also included a list of links to websites that provide resources for your child to practice skills.
Free Learning Websites for Kids
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Sample Daily Schedule
To ensure that students have at-home learning opportunities during this time of school closures, Get Georgia Reading and Renaissance are partnering to provide readers free, anytime/anywhere access to digital books and news with myON. Unlimited, 24/7 access makes it easy for students to continue reading and learning at home. Students can read online using any Internet-enabled device, or read offline with free mobile apps.
PBS Kids Writers Contest 2020
The deadline for GPB Education’s 2020 PBS KIDS Writers Contest has been extended to April 10. This is the perfect writing activity for students in K-3 to engage in while they’re learning at home.
This collection of e-books and audio books is for kids in pre-K through fourth grade. A mix of fiction and nonfiction titles can be downloaded onto computers, tablets, and smartphones.
With over 2,000 leveled books for kids in K – 2, quality reading practice has never been easier. The app features an engaging, kid-friendly interface and reading support on every page.
The Georgia Preschool Association sponsors resources to help teach your child to read.
Words2Reading brings families, caregivers, and teachers the best resources in developing early language skills and reading readiness from birth to age 8. Grow your young reader through easy-to-follow videos, links, downloadable documents, e-books, and audio clips all available online.
The Háblame Bebé app, available for both IOS and android, supports Spanish-speaking parents in delivering abundant language nutrition to their infants and young children.
The OrganWise Guys
Access a wide array of engaging activities such as coloring sheets, short videos, recipes, and more to get kids excited about healthy living. Here are some video resources to help our kids stay healthy:
This award-winning children’s literacy website streams videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations.
Scholastic Learn at Home
Even when schools are closed, you can keep the learning going with these special cross-curricular journeys. Every day includes four separate learning experiences, each built around a thrilling, meaningful story or video. Kids can do them on their own, with their families, or with their teachers. Just find your grade level and let the learning begin.
Teaching Our World: The Coronavirus—Scholastic
Scholastic created this collection to help you ease children’s fears and empower them with age-appropriate information. These teaching resources were carefully prepared to help your students understand what is being done to keep them safe and how to prevent germs from spreading.