Government & Economics
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Khan Academy has lessons for World History, U.S. History, Government, Micro-Economics, Macro-Economics, and Art History
The Library of Congress offers lessons and resources to help students use primary sources from the Library’s vast digital collections.
March 30–April 3
April 6–April 10
April 13–April 17
April 20–April 24
April 27–May 1
May 4–May 8
May 11–May 15
May 18–May 22
May 25–May 29
Programs include: Nature Cat (Science/Nature); Curious George (Math/Engineering); Peg+Cat (Math); Daniel Tiger (Social Science); Sesame Street (Basic Reading); and Wild Kratts (Natural Science).
Free daily instructional video lessons for English language arts (Grades K–8), math (Grades K–12), and science (Grades 3–5), as well as weekly resources that feature early readers called Geodes® (Grades K–2), plus written materials for math (Grades K–12).
Code.org offers step-by-step instructions to help students learn about a variety of computer science concepts.
Disney's Imagineering in a Box allows students to explore different aspects of theme park design, from characters to ride development.
Pixar in a Box is a behind-the-scenes look at how Pixar artists do their jobs. You will be able to animate bouncing balls, build a swarm of robots, and make virtual fireworks explode!
Scratch is a block-based coding language created by MIT's Lifelong Kindergarten Group. It can be used online or downloaded and used without an internet connection.
Mission San Juan Capistrano has launched a new Distance Learning at Home page to their website, and they continue to develop new content for our teachers, parents and learners.