Computer Technology - St. Joseph School  

Resources & Tools for Families During School Closure 

All Subject Areas

 Funbrain: Online educational games for kids of all ages. (math, grammar, science, spelling, history) Offering a free three 

week subscription.

Brain Pop: Great for all subjects with videos and activities.

Username - sjspenfield

● Password – penfield1 

ABCya: Learning games for PreK-6 in all subject areas, including letters, numbers, and other skills.  


WXXI - Learn at Home TV. Click on this link for a schedule of weekly events. 


 Fluency & Fitness: Educational brain breaks combine learning and movement! Videos for Kindergarten, 1st grade, and 

2nd grade to review literacy and math. Offering a free 3 wk. subscription.

Khan Academy​-personalized math lessons that move at your child’s pace

Prodigy​- Help 1st through 8th grade practice math at home with an engaging game format. 

Math is Fun​- Explains math concepts AND provided at-home activities

IXL: Math, Science, & Social Studies:  (Student logins already provided)

iReady:  (Student logins already provided)


 Nat Geo for Kids: Learn all about geography and fascinating animals!

 Switch Zoo you can make new animals, play animal games, build a biome, learn about animals, and hear animal music.

Highlights Kids: Read, play games, and conduct cool science experiments!

NASA Kids Club: Learn about space from home!

National Weather Service: Learn about the weather with a fun owl!

RMSC: Visit the Rochester Museum and Science Center online to view weekly schedule of activities.


Language Arts


 Scholastic Learn at Home: Offering 20 days of exciting articles and stories, videos, and fun learning challenges.

Storyline Online: Streams videos featuring your favorite movie stars reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations.  

Poetry: Students can practice creating a wide array of poems utilizing Poetry Machine option found here.

PBS Kids: Educational games and videos from Curious George, Wild Kratts and other PBS KIDS shows!

PBS Kids Science:​Learn about science and play games with your favorite PBS KIDS characters like Sid the Science Kid, Dinosaur Train and the Cat in the Hat!

Epic! The leading digital library for kids offering unlimited access to 35000 of the best children's books of all time.

Tumble Books:

Tumble Math:

LearnZillion: A site with resources for teaching Math & ELA



Saint of the Day: Your number one resource for information on beloved Catholic saints and holy people. 

Minute Meditations: A moment of quiet in your busy day. Minute Meditations follows the footsteps of Christ and the spirit of Saint Francis. 

Study Break


Home Base Game from Scholastic- Your destination for characters, games, stories, and your fellow fans. Make new friends as you explore islands from the books you love.

Seussville: These activities, crafts, and printables provide hours of Seussian ideas to engage your child in playful learning.

Cosmic Kids: Mindfulness and relaxation exercise for kids. Interactive adventures which build strength, balance and confidence.

Free Typing Games: practice your home row skills right here

Hour of Code: coding for all ages


Sample Schedule


Before 9:00

Wake Up

Eat breakfast, make your bed, get dressed, pick up room, brush your teeth


Morning Fresh Air

Walk, play ball in the yard.

Yoga if it’s raining.


Academic Time

Classroom assignments, Soduku books, flashcards, read, journal


Creative Time

Building toys,  drawing, crafting, make music, cook or bake






A- Wipe down table and chairs

B- wipe all door handles, light switches, and desktops

C- Wipe both bathrooms- sinks and toilets


Quiet Time

Reading, puzzles, nap, quiet independent activities


Academic Time

Electronics okay

tablet/iPad games, Prodigy, educational TV show (PBS kids)


Afternoon Fresh Air

Ride your bike, walk the dog, play outside





Free Time

Bath time, family games, maybe some television