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Use Padlet for student participation and engagement. They can create a video, soundclip, drawing, or write their responses. Drawback: Currently, only 3 Padlets are free per person.
Use Flipgrid for student participation and engagement. They can record videos of themselves, respond to one another, and you have complete administration rights-- all for free!
Curate resources to share with your students, and have them collaborate with you and each other. Bookmark sites and media, add your own notes or instructions, and you're off! It integrates with Google Classroom and Drive, and a teacher's guide is available at the link destination.
You can find daily lessons and activities here, including weekly news quizzes, articles and reading sets, student contests, and teacher resources organized by subject.
Scholastic Magazine is curating article sets and complementing activities to keep students engaged during closures. They are adding to the daily sets weekly, and plan to offer 20 days' worth of content.
Video clips for every scenario... good ones, too! The link will take you to the sign-up for premium access due to COVID-19
If you've used this in your classroom, you know the students love it. The image is linked to the free premium access page.
Sign up at the link for free access to Britannica LaunchPacks Social Studies and LaunchPacks Science.
Articles and text sets for ELA, Social Studies, Science... a good alternative to Newsela.
Book Creator is offering 90 days of their premium subscription. This opens real-time collaborative options. The link will also bring you to a page of ideas for coursework, organized by department.
Kids Discover Online purports to "provide a cross-curricular experience for the modern classroom." You can sign up for the free 30-day trial without offering any personal information, and they are offering schools and districts free access during the closure should you need a longer period of time.