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By Junior Achievement USA The Our Neighbors is video series that introduces K-5 students to careers, entrepreneurship, and an understanding of money through the involvement of guest hosts and at-home activities. This virtual program is designed to build a foundation of key terms and concepts, so students are better prepared to engage with the Junior Achievement neighborhood of elementary and middle school programs.
Types Activities and Curriculum,Article or Guide
Focus Areas Programming
Topics Career/Job Readiness,Family and Parent Engagement,Financial Literacy
More Info
By Math Playground Math games for grades K-6, several math and logic games, as well as arcade-based activities and math videos. A small number of games require a paid subscription.
Types Activities and Curriculum
Focus Areas Programming
Topics STEM
More Info
By PBS Kids Blast Off! In this activity kids lauch a straw rocket using only air power.
Types Activities and Curriculum
Focus Areas Programming
Topics STEM
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By Education.com Education.com's Practice, Play and Prepare for K-8th includes games, worksheets, activities and stories that allow instructors to explore several summer activities.
Types Activities and Curriculum
Focus Areas Programming
Topics Literacy,Designing Curriculum for Instruction,mathematics
More Info
By Venturelab This online activity inspires creativity through play and curiosity. Consider two different ordinary objects, then combine them to make a brand new product!
Types Activities and Curriculum
Focus Areas Programming
Topics Virtual Instruction,entrepreneurship
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By Arcademics Try this award-winning educational website that offers free multiplayer games, arcade math games, language games, and more. The games adhere to Common Core math standards and span topics such as shapes, math functions, integers, fractions, and algebra. Grades 1st-6th
Types Activities and Curriculum
Focus Areas Programming
Topics Designing for Curriculum and Instruction,Literacy,mathematics
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By Kahoot Interactive game that presents multiple choice questions to students in the same classroom. This learning tool offers free and paid plans. Teachers can search for premade questions and answers in a variety of subjects, or they can create their own (paid). Questions are projected on a screen in the classroom, and students select the answer on their devices. The highest scoring students are displayed before the next question, creating a fun, competitive atmosphere.
Types Activities and Curriculum
Focus Areas Programming
Topics Designing for Curriculum and Instruction,Virtual Instruction
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By Ismartboard Find fun Smartboard Games, Smartboard Activities, and Smartboard Lessons!
Types Activities and Curriculum
Focus Areas Programming
Topics Designing for Curriculum and Instruction,Virtual Instruction
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By Smart Exchange Helps teachers find thousands of fun lessons, and they are organized by grade level. Many of the activities and games are submitted by teachers who are already using them in the classroom. Includes Arts & Music, English Languarge Arts, Foreign Languages & Culture, Health PE & SEL, Library & Media, Mathmatics, Science, Social Studies, Technology & Coding for Grades Pre-K-12.
Types Activities and Curriculum
Focus Areas Programming
Topics Health and Nutrition,Literacy,Virtual Instruction
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By College to Congress College to Congress is now offering C2C-U, a self-paced, online curriculum, resource hub, and intern placement accelerator designed to help college students and recent graduates secure and succeed in paid internships on Capitol Hill. College students and recent graduates can enroll for FREE in C2C-U’s online courses, Interning on Capitol Hill 101 and COVID-19 Resources for College Students.
Types Activities and Curriculum
Topics Career/Job Readiness,College Readiness,Virtual Instruction
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By The Mott Foundation Mizzen by Mott inspires, engages and sparks learning in young people. With activities from premier organizations like Jazz at Lincoln Center and powerful management tools, this new app can help you strengthen your afterschool program. Supported by the Mott Foundation, Mizzen is available at no cost to afterschool professionals!
Types App
Focus Areas Programming
Topics Designing for Curriculum and Instruction,Virtual Instruction
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By Texthelp Ltd. Company A tool for creating mathematical equations, formulas, Desmos graphs, and more on computers or Chromebooks. The product seeks to digitize mathematics by simple input methods. EquatIO is free for teachers. Paid licenses are available for other types of users and groups.
Types App
Focus Areas Programming
Topics STEM,mathematics
More Info
By sumdog.com Sumdog is an adaptive learning tool for teaching math with technology to students in grades K-8. Free and paid plans available.
Types App
Focus Areas Programming
Topics STEM,mathematics
More Info
By Money Think Help your students choose a high quality, affordable college with confidence. DecidED is a student-centered college affordability comparison tool. DecidED removes the guesswork from selecting a college by empowering students to make clear and informed decisions.
Types App
Topics College Readiness,Financial Literacy
More Info
By National Afterschool Association You’ve used the basic guidelines for integrating youth choice and well-informed decision-making in OST. Now what? Let’s look at a model for teaching young people about the decision-making process and how to make thoughtful choices. ABCD Decision-Making focuses on the steps involved in the decision-making process. When used repeatedly, kids will begin to go through the steps as part of their normal thought process.
Types Article or Guide
Focus Areas Programming
Topics Behavior Management,Life Skills,Youth Leadership Development
More Info
By National Afterschool Association Beyond having a positive attitude and an openness to learning, there are three primary keys to OST professionals integrating youth choice into afterschool programs.
Types Article or Guide
Focus Areas Programming
Topics Youth Leadership Development,Diversity,Equity,and Inclusion
More Info
By Tatiana Morand The Ultimate Social Media Guide for Nonprofits
Types Article or Guide
Focus Areas Administration
Topics Organizational Communications and Marketing
More Info
By Junior Achievement USA The Our Neighbors is video series that introduces K-5 students to careers, entrepreneurship, and an understanding of money through the involvement of guest hosts and at-home activities. This virtual program is designed to build a foundation of key terms and concepts, so students are better prepared to engage with the Junior Achievement neighborhood of elementary and middle school programs.
Types Activities and Curriculum,Article or Guide
Focus Areas Programming
Topics Career/Job Readiness,Family and Parent Engagement,Financial Literacy
More Info
By Erika Petrelli for the National Afterschool Association We have historically focused on developing “hard skills”-- we call many of our trainings “skill-based,” or give merit to fact-building. But only in recent years have we given the “soft skills” the stage they deserve. Using Social Emotional Learning for Employee Development will show you how you can build your team today with those soft skills in mind.
Types Article or Guide
Focus Areas Leadership and Professional Development
Topics Organizational Human Resources,Organizational Leadership Development,Social-Emotional Learning
More Info
By Tatiana Morand Tik Tok for Nonprofits: The Beginner’s Guide provides examples of nonprofits that are excelling on TikTok, tips for success on the social media platform, and more!
Types Article or Guide
Focus Areas Administration
Topics Organizational Communications and Marketing
More Info
By Georgia Statewide Afterschool Network The Georgia Afterschool & Youth Development Quality Standards (ASYD), the Program Quality Assessment (PQA), and the Afterschool Program Assessment System (APAS) are quality improvement systems designed to help youth development programs ensure continued growth and impact. This comparison will help you decide which tool(s) is the best fit for your program and your quality improvement goals.
Types Article or Guide
Focus Areas Administration
Topics Designing for Curriculum and Instruction
More Info
By The National Center for Community Education in collaboration with the Afterschool Alliance This sustainability workbook focuses on three fundamental elements: 1. Building Collaboration 2. Advocating for Support 3. Finding Funding.
Types Article or Guide
Focus Areas Leadership and Professional Development
Topics Advocacy and Policy,Fundraising
More Info
By Wild Apricot The Beginners Guide to Nonprofit Marketing includes tips on how to get started, website marketing, email marketing, social media usage, and much more!
Types Article or Guide
Focus Areas Administration
Topics Organizational Communications and Marketing
More Info
By You for Youth This guide has ideas and information 21st Century Community Learning Centers programs can use to build the basics of financial literacy into program activities. Use the guide to spark discussion among staff about ways to tweak what you’re already doing, add something new, or identify relevant local school and community resources.
Types Article or Guide
Focus Areas Programming
Topics Financial Literacy
More Info
By Georgia Statewide Afterschool Network (GSAN) and GUIDE, Inc. Check out this 2-page reference guide that accompanies Georgia's Afterschool and Youth Devleopment Quality Standards!
Types Article or Guide,ASYD Standards
Focus Areas Quality
By Junior Achievement USA The Our Neighbors is video series that introduces K-5 students to careers, entrepreneurship, and an understanding of money through the involvement of guest hosts and at-home activities. This virtual program is designed to build a foundation of key terms and concepts, so students are better prepared to engage with the Junior Achievement neighborhood of elementary and middle school programs.
Types Activities and Curriculum,Article or Guide
Focus Areas Programming
Topics Career/Job Readiness,Family and Parent Engagement,Financial Literacy
More Info
By Math Playground Math games for grades K-6, several math and logic games, as well as arcade-based activities and math videos. A small number of games require a paid subscription.
Types Activities and Curriculum
Focus Areas Programming
Topics STEM
More Info
By PBS Kids Blast Off! In this activity kids lauch a straw rocket using only air power.
Types Activities and Curriculum
Focus Areas Programming
Topics STEM
More Info
By Education.com Education.com's Practice, Play and Prepare for K-8th includes games, worksheets, activities and stories that allow instructors to explore several summer activities.
Types Activities and Curriculum
Focus Areas Programming
Topics Literacy,Designing Curriculum for Instruction,mathematics
More Info
By Venturelab This online activity inspires creativity through play and curiosity. Consider two different ordinary objects, then combine them to make a brand new product!
Types Activities and Curriculum
Focus Areas Programming
Topics Virtual Instruction,entrepreneurship
More Info
By Arcademics Try this award-winning educational website that offers free multiplayer games, arcade math games, language games, and more. The games adhere to Common Core math standards and span topics such as shapes, math functions, integers, fractions, and algebra. Grades 1st-6th
Types Activities and Curriculum
Focus Areas Programming
Topics Designing for Curriculum and Instruction,Literacy,mathematics
More Info
By Kahoot Interactive game that presents multiple choice questions to students in the same classroom. This learning tool offers free and paid plans. Teachers can search for premade questions and answers in a variety of subjects, or they can create their own (paid). Questions are projected on a screen in the classroom, and students select the answer on their devices. The highest scoring students are displayed before the next question, creating a fun, competitive atmosphere.
Types Activities and Curriculum
Focus Areas Programming
Topics Designing for Curriculum and Instruction,Virtual Instruction
More Info
By Ismartboard Find fun Smartboard Games, Smartboard Activities, and Smartboard Lessons!
Types Activities and Curriculum
Focus Areas Programming
Topics Designing for Curriculum and Instruction,Virtual Instruction
More Info
By Smart Exchange Helps teachers find thousands of fun lessons, and they are organized by grade level. Many of the activities and games are submitted by teachers who are already using them in the classroom. Includes Arts & Music, English Languarge Arts, Foreign Languages & Culture, Health PE & SEL, Library & Media, Mathmatics, Science, Social Studies, Technology & Coding for Grades Pre-K-12.
Types Activities and Curriculum
Focus Areas Programming
Topics Health and Nutrition,Literacy,Virtual Instruction
More Info
By College to Congress College to Congress is now offering C2C-U, a self-paced, online curriculum, resource hub, and intern placement accelerator designed to help college students and recent graduates secure and succeed in paid internships on Capitol Hill. College students and recent graduates can enroll for FREE in C2C-U’s online courses, Interning on Capitol Hill 101 and COVID-19 Resources for College Students.
Types Activities and Curriculum
Topics Career/Job Readiness,College Readiness,Virtual Instruction
More Info
By The Mott Foundation Mizzen by Mott inspires, engages and sparks learning in young people. With activities from premier organizations like Jazz at Lincoln Center and powerful management tools, this new app can help you strengthen your afterschool program. Supported by the Mott Foundation, Mizzen is available at no cost to afterschool professionals!
Types App
Focus Areas Programming
Topics Designing for Curriculum and Instruction,Virtual Instruction
More Info
By Texthelp Ltd. Company A tool for creating mathematical equations, formulas, Desmos graphs, and more on computers or Chromebooks. The product seeks to digitize mathematics by simple input methods. EquatIO is free for teachers. Paid licenses are available for other types of users and groups.
Types App
Focus Areas Programming
Topics STEM,mathematics
More Info
By sumdog.com Sumdog is an adaptive learning tool for teaching math with technology to students in grades K-8. Free and paid plans available.
Types App
Focus Areas Programming
Topics STEM,mathematics
More Info
By Money Think Help your students choose a high quality, affordable college with confidence. DecidED is a student-centered college affordability comparison tool. DecidED removes the guesswork from selecting a college by empowering students to make clear and informed decisions.
Types App
Topics College Readiness,Financial Literacy
More Info
By National Afterschool Association You’ve used the basic guidelines for integrating youth choice and well-informed decision-making in OST. Now what? Let’s look at a model for teaching young people about the decision-making process and how to make thoughtful choices. ABCD Decision-Making focuses on the steps involved in the decision-making process. When used repeatedly, kids will begin to go through the steps as part of their normal thought process.
Types Article or Guide
Focus Areas Programming
Topics Behavior Management,Life Skills,Youth Leadership Development
More Info
By National Afterschool Association Beyond having a positive attitude and an openness to learning, there are three primary keys to OST professionals integrating youth choice into afterschool programs.
Types Article or Guide
Focus Areas Programming
Topics Youth Leadership Development,Diversity,Equity,and Inclusion
More Info
By Tatiana Morand The Ultimate Social Media Guide for Nonprofits
Types Article or Guide
Focus Areas Administration
Topics Organizational Communications and Marketing
More Info
By Junior Achievement USA The Our Neighbors is video series that introduces K-5 students to careers, entrepreneurship, and an understanding of money through the involvement of guest hosts and at-home activities. This virtual program is designed to build a foundation of key terms and concepts, so students are better prepared to engage with the Junior Achievement neighborhood of elementary and middle school programs.
Types Activities and Curriculum,Article or Guide
Focus Areas Programming
Topics Career/Job Readiness,Family and Parent Engagement,Financial Literacy
More Info
By Erika Petrelli for the National Afterschool Association We have historically focused on developing “hard skills”-- we call many of our trainings “skill-based,” or give merit to fact-building. But only in recent years have we given the “soft skills” the stage they deserve. Using Social Emotional Learning for Employee Development will show you how you can build your team today with those soft skills in mind.
Types Article or Guide
Focus Areas Leadership and Professional Development
Topics Organizational Human Resources,Organizational Leadership Development,Social-Emotional Learning
More Info
By Tatiana Morand Tik Tok for Nonprofits: The Beginner’s Guide provides examples of nonprofits that are excelling on TikTok, tips for success on the social media platform, and more!
Types Article or Guide
Focus Areas Administration
Topics Organizational Communications and Marketing
More Info
By Georgia Statewide Afterschool Network The Georgia Afterschool & Youth Development Quality Standards (ASYD), the Program Quality Assessment (PQA), and the Afterschool Program Assessment System (APAS) are quality improvement systems designed to help youth development programs ensure continued growth and impact. This comparison will help you decide which tool(s) is the best fit for your program and your quality improvement goals.
Types Article or Guide
Focus Areas Administration
Topics Designing for Curriculum and Instruction
More Info
By The National Center for Community Education in collaboration with the Afterschool Alliance This sustainability workbook focuses on three fundamental elements: 1. Building Collaboration 2. Advocating for Support 3. Finding Funding.
Types Article or Guide
Focus Areas Leadership and Professional Development
Topics Advocacy and Policy,Fundraising
More Info
By Wild Apricot The Beginners Guide to Nonprofit Marketing includes tips on how to get started, website marketing, email marketing, social media usage, and much more!
Types Article or Guide
Focus Areas Administration
Topics Organizational Communications and Marketing
More Info
By You for Youth This guide has ideas and information 21st Century Community Learning Centers programs can use to build the basics of financial literacy into program activities. Use the guide to spark discussion among staff about ways to tweak what you’re already doing, add something new, or identify relevant local school and community resources.
Types Article or Guide
Focus Areas Programming
Topics Financial Literacy
More Info
By Georgia Statewide Afterschool Network (GSAN) and GUIDE, Inc. Check out this 2-page reference guide that accompanies Georgia's Afterschool and Youth Devleopment Quality Standards!
Types Article or Guide,ASYD Standards
Focus Areas Quality
More Info