Daily Plan

Try these activities with your preschooler.
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Preschool

What Shape Is That?

Sing and dance as you learn about a shape with four equal sides. Look around you. Where do you see squares?

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Preschool

The Hungry Letter E

Find tasty treats with the hungry letter E. Follow the whole series to learn about all 26 letters.

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Preschool–grade 5

Mindful Moment

What do you see, feel, hear, and smell where you are right now? Quiet your mind and focus on your senses.

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Money, Money, Money!

Print, color, and cut out multiple copies of this play money. Will you play toy store, ice cream shop, bakery, or ... ?
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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

Fraction Strips

Print out these fraction strips and cut them up. Then experiment with them in different combinations to see which fractions make up a whole.

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grades 2–5

Advice from a Favorite Author

Listen to the author of Click, Clack, Moo talk about her writing process and what to do when you feel like you have nothing to write about.

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grades 1–12

Yoga for the Heart

Take some time to focus on how your feeling and do something for yourself with the help of this beginner-friendly yoga video.

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The Perfect Password

Come up with strong -- but memorable -- passwords with capital and lower case letters, numbers, and keyboard symbols.
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Explore these activities and build new skills.
Now showing selections for grades 3–5.

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grades 4–5

Agrinautica

Build your math skills by terraforming a planet. Each plant, animal, fungus, and mineral you add represents a unique mathematical expression.

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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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grades K–3

Finding Your Yeti Body

Learn how to slide into your yeti body to get you better prepped to practice mindfulness, meditate, or just chill out.

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Explain Empathy

What does it mean to have empathy? Write a poem, create art, or make a picture book that expresses your point of view.
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Explore these activities and build new skills.
Now showing selections for grades 6–8.

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grades 6–8

Curse Reverse

Lift a curse by returning stolen treasures in the least number of moves. Along the way you'll learn a bit of algebra.

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grades 6–12

Teaching Enrique's Journey

Get handouts and teaching strategies along with a webinar that explores the young adult version of Enrique's Journey, a biography written by journalist Sonia Nazario.

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grades 3–8

Meditation for Kids

Guided meditations and mindfulness games designed to help kids calm themselves, focus, practice kindness, fall asleep, and wake up.

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Explain Empathy

What does it mean to have empathy? Write a poem, create art, or make a picture book that expresses your point of view.
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Explore these activities and build new skills.
Now showing selections for grades 9–12.

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grades 5–10

Stone Kites?

Learn about these mysterious stone structures in the western desert of Saudi Arabia. Then, try out some of the math questions.

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grades 6–12

Teaching Enrique's Journey

Get handouts and teaching strategies along with a webinar that explores the young adult version of Enrique's Journey, a biography written by journalist Sonia Nazario.

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grades 9–12

Finding Your Balance

Pay attention to how you feel after you've been using a screen for a while. Write about what you notice. What's a good balance for you?

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Check Your Settings

Take a minute to check and adjust the settings on your favorite apps or devices. Is it using your location? Can anyone send you a message?
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Videos & Events

Discover live events and videos sorted by subject and grade band.

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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.