Online Learning Resources
This is the most direct way to contact PS/IS 157 Staff and how we will contact you. It allows us to text your phones and send messages to your emails if provided. If you do not already have Parentsquare, you can download it from the Apple Store or google play.
Think of Google Classroom (GC) as your child's digital link to learning.
Teachers use GC to share assignments, homework, newsletters, and much more with students and parents. It also allows for students to communicate with teachers and each other on a daily basis. Teachers will post the daily assignments each school day on GC and take daily attendance.
Students will only be able to access online learning materials through their franklinmagnet.org account.
IO Classroom (Skedula/Pupil Path) is where students access their progress and grades. Please contact your child's homeroom teacher for login inquiries or login information.
3-K & Pre-K Resources
Google Learning Center with Training Videos on Google Classroom
Khan Academy is a free online curriculum strong in areas of Math, Science, and Social Studies
Amplify Science online curriculum
NewsELA is free and provides leveled and content related reading resources, short responses, and discussion questions.
NYC DOE Lesson Resources:
Scholastic Free Curriculum
Engage NY/Eureka Math is an online curriculum, this will supplement Khan Academy as they are aligned to one another and can be used daily for models, classwork, or assessments.
Fundations/Wilson support for parents:
Learning Games for PreK and K
Heggerty Phonological Awareness Curriculum Downloads:
Free daily phonological awareness activities that parents can do with children orally. Wilson Language Training - Fundations Resources:
*UEN - Utah Education Network - K-2 Student Interactives:
A series of 25 to 30-minute science related informational podcasts designed by the National Science Foundation (NSF) for children in grades Kindergarten through Second.
But Why - A Podcast for Curious Kids:
A series of 15 to 30-minute science related informational podcasts for 2nd grade students and older designed by National Public Radio (NPR).
A group of actors, comedians, and musicians who adapt stories written by children into sketch comedy and musical theatre. These stories range from 10 to 45 minutes.
Smash Boom Best:
A debate show for kids and families from the makers of the award-winning podcast, Brains On! Every episode takes two “cool” things, discusses each, and lets you decide which you think is best. For example, Cats versus Dogs.
Beautiful storybooks read aloud with expression by famous actors, courtesy of The Screen Actors Guild.
International Children’s Digital Library:
A selection of books in multiple languages.
Kids Learning Tube:
Educates kids through music and animation in a fun and unique approach to learning
Streams imaginatively produced videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations, helping to inspire the love of reading in children.
A very large collection of beautiful, animated books read aloud.
Videos that teach the letters of the alphabet and sight words
Virtual Field Trips:
Discovery Education: https://www.discoveryeducation.com/community/virtual-field-trips/
12 World-Class Museums You Can Visit Online: https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/75809/12-world-class-museums-you-can-visit-online
Virtual Tours of Museums: https://www.travelandleisure.com/attractions/museums-galleries/museums-with-virtual-tours
Animal Adaptations: https://kids.sandiegozoo.org
15 Virtual Field Trips for Kids of All Ages: https://www.tripsavvy.com/virtual-field-trips-for-kids-3129414