Explore enrichment resources and summer activities that you and your child can do from home!
PBS SoCal is offering programming and resources for continued at-home learning. Click the logo to visit their website, or tune in to your television on the following channels:
- PBS SoCal (5am to 5pm)
- KLCS-TV (6am to 6pm)
Khan Academy Kids
Khan Academy Kids features a huge database of activities that address learning themes from Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework and Common Core standards.
Zearn is an online math curriculum for grades 1 through 5, with supplemental skills practice activities for kindergartners.
GoNoodle’s YouTube videos focus on introducing short bursts of physical exercise at home or in the classroom
RCOE’s Arts Lesson Plan Bank offers lesson plans in Art, Media Arts, Theater, Music, and Dance and are standards-based, simple, and readily accessible for school or home use (during COVID-19 school closures).
Week 1 ELA
Week 1 Math
Week 2 ELA
Week 2 Math
Week 3 ELA
Week 3 Math
Now on KVCR (Prek–3rd)
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).
Now on KVCR (4th–8th)
Programs include: History Detectives; Huell Howser’s California Missions; and Nature.
Now on KVCR (9th–12th)
Programs consist of a variety of shows including NOVA; American Experience and Masterpiece.
Great Minds (From Eureka Math)
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.
Imagineering in a Box
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
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
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.