Secondaria - Middle & High School
Lectoescritura & Literacy: Bilingual Recursos
Bilingual Chapter Book Read Aloud- Bilingual Pride on Youtube reads chapter books to the kids!
Audible K-12- offers an array of books in multiple languages!
Español – Recursos en Español
Duolingo- helps learn a language and you can choose which language to set the website to.
Free Spanish E-Books- list of 22 editorials offering free e-books for every age!
Podcast en Espanol - Con ellos podrás mejorar tus habilidades de comunicación en español. Aprender un idioma escuchando a nativos y usando transcripciones es, probablemente, el método más poderoso que existe para conseguir fluidez al hablar y comprender correctamente a los nativos.
Walking Tour of Latin American Capital Cities - this blog post includes a downloadable observation sheet from Pura Vida Moms a former High School teacher.
English – Literacy Resources
Teen Writing Classes with Kelly Yang- teaches teens the different areas of writing a story through videos!
NoRedInk- helps improve grammar and spelling.
Milwaukee Public Library Digital- lets kids read e-books, listen to audio books, and much more.
Hogwarts from Home- a free online collection of child-friendly activities, videos, puzzles, illustrations, quizzes, creative ideas, articles and much more to encourage reading!
Free Journalism Resources- this is a collection of lesson plans, activities, and resources to break down journalism techniques and formats.
Matemáticas – Recursos en Español
BrainPOP- has a Spanish website and an English website that helps in every category of math.
Khan Academy- offers help with every subject including honors, now in Spanish!
Math – Resources in English
Khan Academy- offers help with every subject including honors!
HippoCampus- breaks down to every category of math. Their course includes a warm-up, examples, textbook lesson, practice, and review.
Virtual Dissections and Labs- here's a list of sites where teens can do online dissections and different labs!
People Historian's Online Classes- includes a presentation, small group conversation, and more.
National Museum of the U.S. Air Force- this is an educational virtual field trip through the museum where they can get additional information with videos, audio, or links to other resources!
The Body Coach- offers workout video to keep teens active.
Girls Who Code- is offering free coding activities at different difficulty levels and features a woman in tech weekly.
Harptoons Drawing Lessons- has video tutorials on how to draw more advanced cartoon characters!
Winchester Mystery House- you can take a video tour and learn about this interesting place!
The White House- a virtual tour of the building and each floor guided by Mr. and Mrs. Obama.
Virtual Sign Language Class- Jennifer Delora, a deaf woman, is offering free sign language lesson to people of all ages.
EduHam at Home- Through EduHam, students study primary source documents from the Founding Era, learn how Lin-Manuel Miranda used such documents to create the musical Hamilton, and create their own original performance pieces based on the same material.
Gilder Lehrman Institute Program- offers study guides for AP US History and other exams, online exhibits, primary source documents, lectures by major historians, and much more!
Virtual Tour of Frank Lloyd Wright Homes- you can now tour 17 different homes designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Disney's How to Draw- Disney is posting a "How to Draw" series on their Youtube. Older kids can watch the videos and have fun drawing some of the characters they grew up with.
Pixar in a Box- Through Khan Academy learn how animators do their jobs from special effect to lighting, to drawing the actual characters.
The Lion King Experience- Disney is offering a program called "The Lion King Experience" which is an immersive arts education program that introduces students to many different aspects of theater-making through the lens of The Lion King through an online class for ages 12-15!