Welcome to the North Learning Site. This page was created to help parents and students continue their learning during the shutdown. Resources have been gathered together so they are easy to find and you only need to remember one address Click ‘blog’ on the navigation bar/drop down menu and to access all of the postsContinue reading “Start Here”
Making sure to stay physically active is important. This post contains opportunities to get moving at home. Kidz Bop will have daily dance breaks at 3 pm ET. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKE0Xnj818IDaHvIcRiq0Bg YMCA has on-demand videos: https://ymca360.
Here are some links to different sites that will teach you how to draw specific characters. Draw with Rob- http://www.robbiddulph.com/draw-with-rob Art for Kids Hub- https://www.artforkidshub.com/how-to-draw/ Everett art teacher Mrs. Schumacher provides art lessons on her youtube channel. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXFPEuOrf8a0Hvl8-25SyNw Sparketh- Need parents to sign up for a 30 day free trial: Provides video lessons in aContinue reading “Art Resources”
The sites listed here provide instruction not just practice. Practice sites are great for reviewing skills and there are many of them provided throughout the posts. These sites are designed to teach your child. You will need to make an account and to assign lessons to your student. Please reach out if you have questions.Continue reading “Virtual Learning Sites”
The Continuity of Learning Plan has been approved. Families with children in the Lansing School District should have received a call to coordinate the pick up of necessary supplies. If you have not heard from a representative from your child’s school please contact them. For more information and a detailed description of the plan withContinue reading “District Provided Resources”
When students are not in school they often go without lunch. Many groups and organizations are working to help families during this difficult time. Please reach out if your family has needs not met by the following groups. If you know of a group providing food for families please leave the info in the comments.Continue reading “Lunches for Students”
Many museums and zoos have virtual field trips. You can visit their websites to see the displays or animals. Here are some fun virtual field trips to take while keeping yourself safe and healthy- 12 museums from around the world-://www.travelandleisure.com/attractions/museums-galleries/museums-with-virtual-tours Smithsonian Natural History Museum- https://naturalhistory.si.edu/visit/virtual-tour 10 Best virtual field trips- https://www.eschoolnews.com/2013/04/07/ten-of-the-best-virtual-field-trips/3/?all 3 Social Studies FieldContinue reading “Virtual Field Trips”
Here are a number of resources that may help you as a parent. If there is something you are looking for please leave a comment. Article providing suggestions- Remember that your support at home is not going to look just like a regular school day: https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/16/health/homeschooling-during-coronavirus-wellness/index.html Day to Day suggestions- Scholastic is providing free dayContinue reading “Parent Resources”
There are many on-line learning sites that teachers use in the classroom. During their time out of school students are encouraged to access these sites to continue their learning. Students should have their login information. If your child does not remember their login information email their teacher. Read 180 (6th and 7th grade) – https://idp-awsprod1.education.scholastic.com/idp/Continue reading “Sites used in Classes”
Many resources are becoming available to help parents and students access learning during their time away from school. These sites have not been used in school but are being made accessible to families. You may need to set up a parent account first before your child can use them. This is a document that hasContinue reading “New Learning Opportunities”
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