Free Learning Resources for Students


We have collected some of the very best, free online learning options and we hope these will support our students to continue their learning at home.

Our students can also access our district’s Clever Platform to use additional educational resources. This is also a great time for students to do independent reading. 


Common Accommodations and Modifications for Students with Disabilities can be found here.


Free Online Resources

Resources can be accessed through district curriculum and/or online platforms.

Content Area Grade Level Description
ELA/Math/ELD K-12 Clever – Students can login into their ELA/ELD and math curriculum materials using their Clever student information. This will allow access to SCUSD curriculum resources and activities. New addition: MATHia skills practice and
Math 6-12 (Up to Integrated Math 3) At Home Learning Library - On-demand collection of Carnegie Learning math lessons, skills practice resources, and at-home learning videos. Because we are in the latter part of the school year, you’ll find the latter part of content for each grade level first. We’ll be releasing new videos and adding new lessons every day.
Math K-5 Math Learning Center - free math apps
Math K-6 Math Playground – math games for skills practice
Math PreK-8 Math Games - math games for skills practice
Math PreK-8 Prodigy - math games to learn and practice math skills
Math 4-12 Stanford Online Learning Course
Math PreK-Calculus IXL Math – gain fluency with Math skills
Math K-12 Illustrative Mathematics – rigorous math tasks by grade level and domain. Click on the “Free Resources” tab to access
ELA K-12 Storybird – reading, writing, and creating your own book or comic. 
ELA K-12 Teaching Books - engaging set of resources that bring books to life. 
ELA K-12 ReadWriteThink – resources to help students read and write
ELA PreK-8 Literacy Ideas – multi-day reading and writing activities
ELA K-5 Parent Question Stems for ELA – standards-based reading questions (for both informational and literary texts) that parents can discuss with their children after reading
Science K-5 Mystery Science – engaging full and mini lessons
Science K-5 Lawerence Hall of Science – a variety of games and activities
Science K-12 – coding projects that students can create at home
Science 1-12 Scratch – create stories, games and animations with coding
Science 1-12 Environmental Curriculum - Several environmental curriculum choices,
with lesson plans to use at home.
Science 1-8 Ingenium - online game focused on the
environment and sustainability
Science 1-8 Climate Kids - online game focused on the
environment and sustainability
Science 1-8 Energy Kids - online game focused on the
environment and sustainability
Science 1-8 Learning for Sustainability - online game focused on the
environment and sustainability
Science 1-8 Ollie’s World - online game focused on the
environment and sustainability
AP Courses 9-12 AP Students – practice on AP content (requires College Board student login)
World Languages 9-12 EMC School – get connected with foreign language learning (1. Watch the video 2. Use login password: J4GSNUQ2)
VAPA 9-12 Met Kids – explore everything the Met museum has to offer virtually

Additional Online Resources

Below are free educational websites that can be used to further support learning for all grades. 

Khan Academy (PreK-12) – Click the blue tab at the top for guidance for learning during school closure.

Scholastic Learn at Home (PreK-8) – Day-by-day projects students can enjoy at home.

Sacramento Public Library (PreK-12) – All the library has to offer. 

Kahoot! Study at Home (PreK-8) – Learning games 

PBS Kids (PreK-6) – Daily activities and games 

Starfall (Pre K-3) – Activities and games 

Social Emotional Learning Online Resources

Mindfulness and Breathing Exercises

Available in both English and Spanish

Grades K-5

Grades 6-12 

Social Emotional Learning

Curated resources on SEL that may be helpful to you and your family during these challenging times.

Download the Learning Resources PDF.