En Español Resources
For parents and caregivers across the country, recent school closings have created a “new normal” with new challenges. One of those challenges is finding ways to support children with homework packages that schools send home. To help, we have compiled free, interactive, and age-appropriate resources that will help families help their students learn in the areas of English / language arts, math, STEM, and wellness. The sites below specifically provide Spanish support for students.
Want to find great books and stories that will appeal to all the young readers in your house? MyON® can help with that. We have worked with Renaissance to provide myON® Reader at no charge to families for a limited time. Renaissance myON® Reader is an online reading platform with over 6,000 books available. Students can also download up to 20 books at a time and read offline. Titles are matched to each student’s interest, grade and reading level.
School Name: Berea College Partners for Education Reads
Student Username: reads
Student Password: reads
If you have questions about myON® Reader or need additional support please contact: [email protected]
Spanish language stories for students in elementary school. Click the button “Start Listening” then select “Para escuchar en español” at the top right of the page.
Provides websites, videos, worksheets and activities for K-12th grade translated to Spanish.
For each student, each classroom. Real results. We are a non-profit organization with the mission of offering a first-rate education, for anyone, anywhere.
The Bedtime Math app for iPhone/iPad or Android, available in both English and Spanish, is a great way for families with kids ages 3-9 to have fun with math together! Download the App Store or from Google Play.
Fill out the FAFSA form. ®Use the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form to apply for financial aid to pay for undergraduate or graduate college.
Save the Children has been focused on giving children a healthy, supported start in life for decades. During the Coronavirus outbreak, they have continued their work to ensure that families still have the resources that they need, even if it is virtually. This website not only provides learning activities (separated by age, grade and subject), but also shares tips for increased well-being, having kid-friendly Coronavirus conversations, and additional suggestions for ways to stay connected to friends and family during these times of social distancing. *Spanish language available for most aspects.