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Try these activities with your preschooler.
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Worksheet

Preschool

Save, Spend, and Share

Join Elmo and friends as they learn about three important things people do with money.

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Preschool

Magical Letter T

Go on an adventure with the magical letter T. Follow the whole series to learn about all 26 letters.

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Activity

Preschool–grade 2

Forever Flowers

Use some art supplies to create a bouquet of flowers for a family member. Write a note or draw a picture to go with it.

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Trace, Draw, and Color an Octopus

Trace and color the first octopus. Then draw the second one yourself. Make sure to add your own creative touches!
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Daily Plan

Explore activities and build new skills. Now showing selections for grades K–2.

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grades 2–4

Add the Animal Shoes

Figure out how many shoes you need for the animals. Try to do it without counting each foot.

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grades 2–5

What's a "True" Place?

Find out how a published author comes up with ideas and gets her stories down on paper. How does she keep going when she's stuck?

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Video

grades K–3

Your Amazing Brain

Watch this video to learn how to grow your brain's power by sticking to things and calming down when you get frustrated.

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Trace, Draw, and Color an Octopus

Trace and color the first octopus. Then draw the second one yourself. Make sure to add your own creative touches!
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Explore these activities and build new skills.
Now showing selections for grades 3–5.

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Worksheet

grades 3–5

Emily's Dream Party

Practice setting a budget with this fun and creative math exercise. Make careful choices to plan a party Emily can afford!

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Activity

grades 3–12

A Little Love for the Lonely

Handwrite a letter to an elderly person who can't currently visit family. Though you won't get a letter in return, you'll know you're giving back.

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grades 5–9

Why Be Grateful?

Watch this video to find out why being grateful makes us happier. Then take a minute to focus on the things you're thankful for.

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I'd Like to Toast …

The next time your family gets together, take a minute to toast each other. What specific things do you appreciate about each person?
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Explore these activities and build new skills.
Now showing selections for grades 6–8.

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world's tallest building

Article/Ebook

grades 5–10

World's Tallest Building

Find out about the architecture, materials, and process used to create the world's tallest building. Then explore the math problems and social justice activities.

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Activity

grades 3–12

A Little Love for the Lonely

Handwrite a letter to an elderly person who can't currently visit family. Though you won't get a letter in return, you'll know you're giving back.

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grades 5–9

Why Be Grateful?

Watch this video to find out why being grateful makes us happier. Then take a minute to focus on the things you're thankful for.

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I'd Like to Toast …

The next time your family gets together, take a minute to toast each other. What specific things do you appreciate about each person?
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Explore these activities and build new skills.
Now showing selections for grades 9–12.

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world's tallest building

Article/Ebook

grades 5–10

World's Tallest Building

Find out about the architecture, materials, and process used to create the world's tallest building. Then explore the math problems and social justice activities.

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little love for the lonely

Activity

grades 3–12

A Little Love for the Lonely

Handwrite a letter to an elderly person who can't currently visit family. Though you won't get a letter in return, you'll know you're giving back.

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grades 9–12

The Great Thanksgiving Listen

Interview an elder or loved one in person or virtually, and share your own unique oral history with the world.

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Family & Teacher Center

Make sure everyone is set up for success. These resources can help make distance learning easier and more effective for students, families, and teachers.

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About Wide Open School

Wide Open School helps families and educators find trusted resources to enrich and support distance learning. Every day students can access free, high-quality learning activities across subjects, all in one place. More than 75 partners and supporters have come together to meet the change in learning needs of students, teachers, and families due to the coronavirus pandemic.