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Last Updated: 4/14/2020 2:42 AM

The Office of Curriculum and Instruction at Carrollton Schools is pleased to provide the best resources for educators and families during this time of extended remote learning. This site will be updated continuously throughout the next several weeks.*

Teachers: If you have any resources you'd like us to share, please email Stephanie Glasure at

Communicating with students: We encourage our staff to use the Remind App! There can be security issues with other platforms. Have questions? Email the tech department.

Online Core Curriculum Resource Links                                   


Universal School Library

Universal School Library has been established to offer FREE access to a huge array of thousands of books - including many for reading assignments for today’s distance-learners - suitable for use by students of all ages. Gifted ed students, of course, could read higher-level books.
Direct link to the Universal School Library Collection

The National Emergency Library
The National Emergency Library:
NPR story about the National Emergency Library:

Pearson MyPerspectives ELA 6-12                    

 Link to myPerspectives Students have access to their online accounts and their student workbooks.

Wonders K-5 ELA

Same as above.  Below are padlets sent from Becky Ferrell, our consultant.

Corona Virus Support for K-5 Educators

Corona Virus Support for K-5 Students/Caregivers

These Padlets share information about all our K-5 solutions for Ohio in ELA, Math, Social Studies, Science and Music with short (4 to 7 minutes) videos under each resource title to support distance learning. 

The two Padlets are fluid and additional content will be added. 

In addition to this personalized support for our Ohio schools, McGraw-Hill has created a distance learning website. Support for Remote Learning This site is fluid and will be updated daily.

K-5 Go Math Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Access to the online learning platform and workbooks if they were sent home.

6-8 Math McGraw Hill, National Glencoe Math

This is downloaded on all student iPads

Google Meet Tutorials by Eric Curts SPARCC

District Supplemental Resources                                                  

We would encourage you to use the resources that we already use, again to reduce stress on students and you having to learn how to use new resources.

  • IXL

  • AR K-5

  • Discovery Ed

  • Nearpod

  • Learning A-Z

  • Edulastic

Stark County ESC Remote Learning Supports LiveBinder

ELA Resources for School Closures

MS/HS Science LT LiveBinder

Elementary Science LT LiveBinder

STEM LT LiveBinder

Teaching from Home 
A temporary hub of information and tools to help teachers during the Covid-19 crisis from Google.

Epic for Teachers
Free books to read and also audio ones also

PBS Resources for Emergency Closing PBS LearningMedia producers and educators have come together to curate a special collection of resources organized by grade and subject area. Find videos, lesson plans, and activities that support learning at home. Create a free account to save and organize content.
Common Sense Media


Subject Specific Resources

Computer Science                                                                               
  • CS Coloring Book - an unplugged option for learning about computer science topics - grades K-12
  • Unplugged Activities - CS activities that don’t require a device - grades K-12
  • at home:
  • Girls Who Code at home:
  • Scratch - 
    With Scratch, you can program your own interactive stories, games, and animations — and share your creations with others in the online community.
  • ScratchJr  -

    ScratchJr is an introductory programming language that enables young children (ages 5-7) to create their own interactive stories and games. Children snap together graphical programming blocks to make characters move, jump, dance, and sing. Children can modify characters in the paint editor, add their own voices and sounds, even insert photos of themselves -- then use the programming blocks to make their characters come to life

Gifted Resources
  • 35 Pages of Logic Puzzles, Math Bafflers, and More.
  •  Byrdseed is a website dedicated to understanding gifted learners with information about how to differentiate lessons, teach across content areas and appreciate gifted kids' unique social and emotional needs
  • Hoagies’ Gifted Education -  Welcome to Hoagies' Gifted Education Page, the all-things-gifted site, full of resources, articles, books and links to help and support parents, teachers, and gifted children alike. Pick your path, and explore them all! Parents. Educators, Counselors, Administrators. 

Gifted Extension Menus:

  • Daily Read Aloud of Wonders by RJ Polacio
  • Free Online Books
  • Lit to Go
  • Storyline Online - available 24 hours a day for children, parents, caregivers and educators worldwide. Each book includes supplemental curriculum developed by a credentialed elementary educator, aiming to strengthen comprehension and verbal and written skills for English-language learners. - grades PK-8
  • NewsELA - authentic content from the world's most trusted providers turned into learning materials that are classroom-ready - grades 3-12.
Fine Arts
  • Which One Doesn't Belong - A website dedicated to providing thought-provoking puzzles for math teachers and students alike. There are no answers provided as there are many different and correct ways of choosing which one doesn't belong. Enjoy! - grades PK-12
  • Estimation 180 - Building number sense one day at a time. - grades PK-12
  • Bedtime Math - posts daily math problems for families to build mathematical literacy. Just 5 quick minutes of number fun for kids and parents at home. Read a cool fact, followed by math riddles at different developmental levels so everyone can jump in! - grades K-6
Physical Education
  • OPEN - Online Physical Education Network (activities and PD) - grades K-12
  • Move Your Way - Help your kids get more physical activity. Use this tool to find ways to fit more activity into their day. - grades K-12



* Many educational companies are providing limited-time free access to educational programming. This website shows a collection of such resources with a description. These resources have not all been vetted by Carrollton Schools, nor should this be considered an endorsement. Educators should be mindful of digital resources that require teachers or students to create online accounts. Please check with *district policies and consider HIPAA, FERPA, and COPPA laws with regards to student privacy BEFORE implementing any of these resources.

 *District Policy: