Montana PBS: Montana PBS online learning resources, apps and videos.
Scholastic Learn at Home: Day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing. The site will be updated weekly until 20 days of content is available.
BrainPop: Typically not free, but the company is offering free access during closures!
TED-Ed: Education Videos including topics: Arts, Language & Literature, Math, PE/Health, Science, Social Studies, French, Spanish, Special Education
Newsela: Free access for the remainder of the year
CommonLit: The digital Lesson Library is free for teachers.
Learning A-Z Raz-Kids: Through this link, you can access a free trial through June 13th. (They also have readers in Spanish and French!)
Book Creator: A list of ideas for using Book Creator for remote learning – ideas that you can put in place today to help keep kids engaged whilst unable to attend school.
Epic!: Free for teachers, parents can get 30-day free trial
Montana EdReady : Montana EdReady has created a guidance document for support. They are here to help!
Dreambox: Adaptive, online K-8 math program. Usually fee based. For a limited time, parents can get a 90 day FREE trial so children can learn at home.
ST Math: Free digital accounts for parents and school districts.
Estimation 180: Building number sense one day at a time. This site has awesome activities that a student could really think about and could really empower their estimation skills.
Khan Academy: Khan Academy has provided some guidance on how to use their resources for remote learning during school closures.
Desmos: Free Online Calculators, activities and webinars for teachers.
Statistics in Schools: Free, Census data explorations for students, parents and teachers.
: Free access to the Davis Digital platform through June 30th, 2020.
Missoula Art Museum
: Museum as Megaphone includes video tours, an interview with artist Lillian Pitt, lesson plan resources about contemporary art, and a guide for an at-home art-making project all through remote learning.
Chrome Music Lab
: A collection of interactive "experiments" for elementary students
ColorinColorado: COVID-19 resources for multilingual families and those who work with them. (fact sheets, infographics, lesson plans, and more)