Integrated School Resources

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All Children Reading A resource library on inclusive education and education technology projects, including knowledge products developed with USAID support.
Bedtime Math An engaging way for families with kids ages 3 to 9 to learn math and explore numbers in real life, accessible on their website and via the App Store and Google Play Store.
Bloom An open source bookmaking platform that makes it easy to create simple books and translate them into multiple languages, it is also a digital library with thousands of multilingual reading materials accessible for free, a partner of USAID’s ABC+ project.
Book Dash A collection of African storybooks produced by volunteer creatives that anyone can freely print, translate and distribute, accessible on their website and through their mobile app downloadable from Google Play Store.
Bookshare An online library that provides access to over 800,000 ebooks in easy-to-read formats including text, audio and braille, free for people with reading barriers.
CANVAS Beautifully illustrated children’s books by renowned Filipino writers and visual artists produced by the Center for Arts, New Ventures and Sustainable Development (CANVAS), all accessible for free on their website.
Dav Pilkey at Home Friday art sessions with children’s book author and illustrator Dav Pilkey based on characters from his graphic novels “Dog Man” and “Captain Underpants”.
DepEd National Reading Treasury A collection of live storytelling videos featuring DepEd teachers reading original teacher-made stories in different languages, all accessible on YouTube.
EmilyReads Emily Draws A live storytelling and drawing session with bestselling children’s book author and illustrator Emily Gravett.
Eskuwelaro A fun virtual classroom on YouTube featuring teachers from The Raya School that takes children on an engaging routine of kumustahan, kantahan and kuwentuhan; each episode includes a virtual story reading and an animated phonics video complete with suggested activity sheets that can be downloaded online.
Every Child a Reader A literacy nonprofit that provides free resources such as bookmarks and activity sheets by top children’s book illustrators and partners like Sesame Street.
Global Digital Library An open-source platform of multilingual storybooks from around the world developed by the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad) as part of All Children Reading: A Grand Challenge and the Global Book Alliance.
Global Reading Network A compilation of evidence-based practices on early grade reading programs curated by donors, practitioners, government officials, national and international civil society organizations with support from USAID.
Google Arts and Culture Virtual field trips to up to 2,000 museums and cultural sites.
Harry Potter at Home A virtual hub full of magical treats, craft videos, articles, quizzes and puzzles to introduce and reacquaint readers of all ages to the wizarding world of Harry Potter.
Khan Academy Kids Free, fun, educational app designed to inspire young children to become learners for life; children ages two to seven can access original content from its extensive library of digital stories with themes on nature, animals, math and socio-emotional development; includes engaging videos, fun games and activities; some contents are even accessible offline.
Kita-Kids Video clips of different guest readers, including children reading and performing Filipino stories on Facebook.
Knowledge Channel A television channel that offers educational content aligned with the DepEd curriculum, some videos are accessible on their website and YouTube channel.
LEGO Foundation Offers a wide knowledge base and resources about building meaningful learning experiences through play, empowering children to become creative, engaged, lifelong learners.
Let’s Read at Home A multilingual website full of book collections and reading activities with themes on STEM, health and resilience; part of The Asia Foundation’s Let’s Read initiative which builds meaningful reading opportunities in homes, a partner of USAID’s ABC+ project.
Mga Kuwentong Chikiting Animated videos of Filipino children’s books with story narration hosted on Facebook and YouTube.
NASA Kids’ Club A fun site to play games and learn about NASA for children pre-K through Grade 4; games support national education standards in STEM.
Netflix The world’s leading streaming service offering free educational documentaries about nature, wildlife, art and other topics available on YouTube for the duration of school closures.
PBS Kids for Parents A virtual playground full of games and activities on literacy, math, science, arts, social skills, emotions and self-awareness for children ages 2 to 8.
Pratham Books’ Story Weaver An online platform that connects readers, authors, illustrators and translators to create free stories for children around the world; openly licensed stories available in over 60 languages and can be easily downloaded from multiple devices.
Read Aloud with Peter H. Reynolds on Facebook A virtual read-aloud and drawing session with author and illustrator Peter H. Reynolds featuring books that boost children’s socio-emotional development.
Reading Rockets A literacy-focused website with resources for parents and educators on teaching kids to read and helping those who struggle to read.
Room to Read’s Literacy Cloud Digital Library A free digital reading platform with 200 quality storybooks produced by local authors and illustrators that help children learn about life across the globe and reflect on their shared experiences; titles are customized by reading level, language and interests; supported by a grant from Google.org.
RTI International An extensive library of books, scholarly articles and teaching and learning materials authored by experts and developed by RTI projects around the world.
Scholastic Learn at Home A comprehensive site that combines Scholastic’s teaching and learning content with four weeks’ worth of developmentally appropriate lessons for pre-K to Kindergarten, Grades 1–2, Grades 3–5 and Grades 6–9; all lessons are literature-based, using thematically paired fiction and non-fiction texts as natural springboard to bridge learning-to-read and reading-to-learn, complete with reinforcement activities that engage kids to think deeper and have fun while learning.
Sesame Street An online hub filled with child-friendly content including videos and playful learning activities to help families stay physically and mentally healthy; download the “Sesame Street Family Play” app to access games and other resources that families can do together.
Stay at Home Storytime with Oliver Jeffers Videos of award-winning and bestselling children’s book author and illustrator Oliver Jeffers reading his books on Instagram and uploaded in his website; in each episode he gives viewers a peek behind the creation of each book.
Storyline Online An award-winning children’s literacy website and app by SAG-AFTRA Foundation that stream videos of famous personalities reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations; stories come with supplemental curriculum materials.

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