The Woodburn School District provides a
world class education to 5,600+ students
in grades K-12 across four elementary,
two middle and five small high schools.

Elementary English Supplemental Online Resources

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Woodburn School District compiled strategies and educational activities that families can use to keep students engaged in learning in the event of a school closure. Remote learning activities are organized by grade level and contain options across multiple subject areas, including consideration for student physical and mental wellness. Our goal is to provide a structure for at-home learning, so families have some activities to prevent regression and learning loss during an extended break. At this time, there is no expectation that teachers or parents provide extended resources, communication, or assess students during the closure. Students are not required to participate in remote learning but are encouraged to access the resources provided.

Online Supplmental Learning Resources View Updated Google Shared Document




Tumble Books provides reading resources at kindergarten and first grade reading level. Sora: Trial app for accessing electronic and audio text, K-12 

EPIC Storybooks Online: Trial subscription for online digital library in English and Spanish

Reading A to Z: trial page for digital library of leveled readings, in English and Spanish

Math Before Bed: K-5 prompts for math inquiry and discussion

Greg Tang Math:  Variety of math activities Reading and math games 





Scholastic Story Starters: Prompts for creative writing, students can write these on paper or in their google docs 

AACLanguage Lab: For students who use augmentative & alternative communication methods 



NASA TV: Search NASA’s database to see their entire collection of images, sounds, anad videos from space.

Ada Twist Scientist Home Extension: Scientific process and activities

Highlights Kids: Online activities, articles, and videos

Nat Geo for Kids: Online activities, articles and videos

Bringing the Universe to America’s Classroom: Online science activities and lessons

GoNoodle: Short fun videos that encourage movement for children Health and Fitness Videos for a variety of ages 

Social Studies



Newsela: K-8 database of science and social studies articles at different reading levels 

  • Sign in with your school Google account 

Scholastic News

Brainpop: Educational website with over 1,000 short animated movies covering the subjects of science, social studies, English, math, engineering and technology, health, and arts and music.

Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems: Engage in some lunchtime drawing with author and illustrator, Mo Willems Online learning games

Clever: Access various programs through the district's clever portal. Use your school gmail username and password to access. Programs include:

  • Freckle

  • Myon

  • Dreambox

  • Imagine Learning

  • Khan Academy

PBS Kids: online learning games and activities